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    1. The Organic Components of Plants 3

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    1. “Black Sheep” of the Owl Family

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    In some plants this is accomplished by the anthers being just above the stigma, and when the pollen is ripe and the ovule ready, the stigma is found to be covered with a sticky substance. As the falling pollen grains touch the stigma, they are caught in…
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