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Modified Leaf Bilobed Stigma Style Ovary Flowers with Anthers Ready to Release Pollen Pollen Internal and Immature Flower Anther Tubular Corolla Tubular Corolla Ovary STIGMA LEAVES OR FLOWERS? All flowers are modified leaves with bright colors and attractive forms that carry out a very specific function: attracting pollinators. STYLE RACEME The flowers develop on short stalks, called pedicels, along an unbranched axis. SPIKE The flowers form directly from the stem instead of from pedicels. HEAD The flowers sit on a broad, shortened axis.

ROOT In monocotyledons all the roots branch from the same point, forming a kind of dense hair. They are generally superficial and short-lived. 2-2 mm) he orchid, whose scientific name Ophrys apifera means “bee orchid,” is so called because of the similarity between the texture of its flowers and the body of a bee. Orchids' flowers are large and very colorful, and they secrete a sugary nectar that is eaten by many insects. The orchid is an example of a zoomophilous species; this means that its survival is based on attracting birds or insects that will transport its pollen to distant flowers and fertilize them.

FILTER Centrifugal machines are now used. The oil obtained is separated from the other solid residues, impurities, and water. Since antiquity, this process has been carried out by decantation, which requires letting the oil sit undisturbed after it comes out of the press. Today it can also be carried out with vertical centrifugal machines. 6 Storage RESIDUE can be used to obtain other oils. STAINLESS STEEL HOPPER The residues are decanted at a temperature that is low, but not too low: oil crystallizes between 32° and 36° F (0°-2° C).

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