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EXPLANATION OF PLATES
Fig. 6 and 7. Seed capsules
8. Section of seed capsule
9 and 10. Seeds
Plate IX. Facing page 32
Fumitory—Fumaria officinalis (page 33)
Fig. 1. Var. major, leaves and flowers
2. Leaf
3. Flower
4. Sepal
5. Ovary
6. Fruit
7. Seed
8. Var. minor, leaves and flowers
9. Leaf
10. Flower
11. Sepal
12. Fruit
Plate X. Facing page 32
White Mustard—Sinapis alba (page 34)
Fig. 1. Flowering plant (reduced)
2. Root-leaf
3. Flower (upperside)
4. Flower (lowerside)
5. Petal
6 and 7. Stamens, pistil, and calyx (natural size and enlarged)
8 and 9. Short and long filaments
10 and 11. Pistil
12. Unripe pod
13. Part of pod and spines (magnified)
14. Ripe pod
15. Open pod
16 and 17. Seeds
Plate XI. Facing page 34
Woad—Isatis tinctoria (page 34)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2 and 3. Flower (natural size and enlarged)
4. Flower without petals (much enlarged)
5 and 6. Calyx (underside)
7. Closed pod
8. Open pod
9. Transverse section of pod
10. Longitudinal section of ovary
11 and 12. Seeds