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10025 Models of plants useful in Agriculture; 1001 (SB). Wheat Specimens - Model of wheat spikelet - diagrammatic section of wheat grain (LC10025). Pea Pod (Leginosae) (LC20025a). French Beans - germinating Seedlings (leguminosae) (LC10025b). Rye - germinating Ovule (Gramineae) (LC10025c).. Click to enlarge.

Models of wheat specimens

    Models of plants useful in Agriculture; 1001 (SB). Wheat Specimens - Model of wheat spikelet - diagrammatic section of wheat grain (LC10025). Pea Pod (Leginosae) (LC20025a). French Beans - germinating Seedlings (leguminosae) (LC10025b). Rye - germinating Ovule (Gramineae) (LC10025c).

    Summary

    Object No.

    10025

    Object Statement

    Models of plants useful in Agriculture; 1001 (SB). Wheat Specimens - Model of wheat spikelet - diagrammatic section of wheat grain (LC10025). Pea Pod (Leginosae) (LC20025a). French Beans - germinating Seedlings (leguminosae) (LC10025b). Rye - germinating Ovule (Gramineae) (LC10025c).

    Physical Description

    Models of plants useful in Agriculture; 1001 (SB). Wheat Specimens - Model of wheat spikelet - diagrammatic section of wheat grain (LC10025). Pea Pod (Leginosae) (LC20025a). French Beans - germinating Seedlings (leguminosae) (LC10025b). Rye - germinating Ovule (Gramineae) (LC10025c).

    Source

    Credit Line

    Purchased 1885

    Acquisition Date

    19 August 1885

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