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Ginkgo Embryo

Ginkgo Embryo

The ginkgo is a dioecious gymnosperm that produces microstrobili and ovules on separate trees in the spring after maturity is reached. The male reproductive structures are similar in shape to small catkins and the female structures are naked, possess a fleshy integument, and occur in pairs. They both can be found on short spur shoots located at the bases of leaves.

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