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EXPLANATION OF PLATES
Fig. 10. Ripe open seed capsule, enclosed below by calyx
11. Ripe open seed capsule, without calyx
12 and 13. Seeds.
Plate XVI. Facing page 42
Soapwort—Saponaria officinalis (page 42)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2. Flower (natural size)
3. Petal with two scales at the base
4. Petal of an unopened flower, stamen
5. Calyx
6. Stamens and pistil
7. Seed capsule enclosed in the calyx
8. Denuded seed capsule
9. Section of seed capsule
Plate XVII. Facing page 44
Corn Cockle—Agrostemma Gilhago (page 43)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2. Flower (slightly reduced)
3. Calyx
4. Petal and stamen
5. Pistil with 5 stamens
6. Capsule enclosed in calyx
7. Capsule (uncovered)
8. Section of capsule
9 and 10. Seeds
Plate XVIII. Facing page 44
St. John's Wort—Hypericum perforatum (page 46)
Fig. 1. Plant (much reduced)
2. Transverse section of stem
3. Leaf
4. Flower (natural size)
5. Pistil
6. Style and stigma (enlarged)
7. Stamen and anthers (enlarged)
8. Calyx
9. Seed capsule
10. Section of seed capsule
11 and 12. Seeds
13 Section of seed