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We know he had been for many years interested in the ovule, and he made a number of important discoveries respecting it.
We must recollect that the comparative morphology of the ovule (in the wide sense) was not attempted.
When at Malacca Griffith interested himself among many other problems in the ovule and the development of the seed of Avicennia.
Interest in the structure of the ovule and the nature of fertilisation was widespread at the time Griffith worked.
The ovary is free, and the carpels, one or more in number, contain each a single ovule.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Nicholaus Venette ascribes the difference of sex to the earliest phases of the life of the ovule.
But, on the other hand, our influence has the effect of producing a male ovum out of the ovule ready to be fructified.
The mingling of the contents of a male (pollen) and female (ovule) cell.
MICHIGAN TREESCHARLES HERBERT OTIS
St. Hilaire of an erect and suspended ovule in the same ovarium, but perhaps this hardly bears on the point.
The pollen came from one parent and the ovule, which after fertilization swelled up into the seed, came from another.
THE MEANING OF EVOLUTIONSAMUEL CHRISTIAN SCHMUCKER

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