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Dandelion Floret

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Dandelion Floret
In the outer florets of the dandelion inflorescence there are five petals joined together to form a tube at the base, but flattening out at the top. The sepals are reduced to a whorl of fine hairs. The five anthers are joined together and grouped round the style, which has a forked stigma. There is a single ovule in the ovary.

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