Pantograph Pistil II
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Pantograph Pistil – II

Geranium sp.

Magnification: 50:1

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A pistil is formed from the stigma (tip), style (elongated part) and the ovary (bottom part; not visible). Small pollen (male reproductive cells) reache the female ovary by attaching on the stigma, growing inside the style and entering the ovule.