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Deutsch: Echter Galgant. A B Theile der Pflanze in natürl. Grösse; 1 Blüthe, vergrössert; 2 oberer Theil des Staubgefässes mit durchlaufendem Griffel, desgl.; 3 Querschnitt des Filaments mit Griffel, desgl.; 4 Antherenquerschnitt mit Connectiv und Griffel, desgl.; 5 Fruchtknoten im Längsschnitt mit dem einen drüsenartigen, unfruchtbaren Staubgefäss, desgl.
Latina: Alpinia officinarum.
Русский: Альпиния лекарственная. A, B — части растения; 1 — цветок; 2 — верхняя часть тычинок со столбиком; 3 — тычиночные нити с столбик в поперечном разрезе; 4 — пыльник со связником и столбиком в поперечном разрезе; 5 — завязь в продольном разрезе, со стерильной тычинкой.
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Author Franz Eugen Köhler, Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen
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