Inside out flowers

Jane Dorweiler dorwe001 at MAROON.TC.UMN.EDU
Fri May 17 21:28:04 EST 1996


I am very intrigued by this.  I seem to recall that one person confirmed the 
recollection, but still don't know to which family this might refer.  Any 
additional info would be appreciated.  Jane

In message <8619.199605100819 at clover.csv.warwick.ac.uk> Barry Meatyard writes:
> >
> >To:plant-ed at net.bio.net
> >From:Barry.Meatyard at warwick.ac.uk (Barry Meatyard)
> >Subject:Inside out flowers
> >
> >
> >I seem to remember reading somewhile ago of the discovery of a new family of
> >flowering plants in which the carpels encircled the stamens rather than v.v.
> >as generally accepted. Can anyone shed any light on this or was I dreaming 
> or
> >standing too close to something in my greenhouse that was giving off a 
> strange
> >vapour?
> >
> >Thanks in advance,  Barry
> >
> >Dr.Barry Meatyard                       Tel: 01203 524228 Fax: 10203 523237
> >Institute of Education                  Email: barry.meatyard at warwick.ac.uk
> >University of Warwick
> >Coventry
> >CV4 7AL
> >UK
> >


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