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Master of Science (MS)
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Botanists have long been interested in the manner of "sex expression" in plants. Some plant shave perfect flowers, that is, both sexes are expressed in a single flower, with no variation from this condition within the species. Other plants have flowers in which only one or the other sex is expressed, while still other plants occur in which "pure staminate or pure carpellate and all intermediate degrees" occur.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Plants, Sex in
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South Dakota State University
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Ulvin, Gus B., "Abortive Stamens and Carpels in Lychnis Alba" (1930). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1915.