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Life Cycle of Plants

rick strimbeck gstrimbe at moose.uvm.edu
Wed Apr 24 12:56:04 EST 1996

There are these things called books, found in places called libraries.
They're made of paper, with words and pictures, kind of like what you see
on your screen, only they don't disappear when the power goes out.

Try searching under "Angiosperm morphology".

By the way, do flowers cycle?

In article <4lguod$m9g at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, bonethugss at aol.com
(Bonethugss) wrote:

> I want the life cycle of flowers.  You know, the anthers, stigmas, pollen
> and the rest of the things that go with that

Rick Strimbeck
University of Vermont
School of Natural Resources
Burlington, VT

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