BSA Online Image Collection, Angiosperms - Megagametogenesis

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Lilium ovary x.s. showing megasporocytes Lilium ovule m.l.s. showing integuments, nucellus, micropyle, megasporocyte Lilium 1st 4-nucleate stage – 4 megaspore nuclei Lilium 1st 4-nucleate stage – migrating nuclei
       
 
Lilium 2nd 4-nucleate  stage – note size difference between micropylar and chalazal-end nuclei Lilium mature embryo sac – eight nuclei, 7 cells Lilium mature embryo sac – eight nuclei, 7 cells  

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