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Bulbous spring plants

Bulbous spring plants

This animation demonstrates the anatomy of tulips, daffodils and snowdrops.

Biology

Keywords

bulbous plant, spring, snowdrop, daffodil, tulip, flower, stem, onion, fibrous root system, parallel-veined leaf, cold tolerant, tepal, sessile, stamen, carpel, plant, monocot, biology

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