File:Ilex paraguariensis - Köhler–s Medizinal-Pflanzen-074.jpg

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Deutsch: Mate-Strauch. A männlicher Zweig. B weiblicher Zweig. C Fruchtzweig. 1 männliche Blüte. 2 dieselbe im Längsschnitt. 3 weibliche Blüte. 4 dieselbe im Längsschnitt. 5 Frucht. 6 dieselbe im Längsschnitt. 7 dieselbe im Querschnitt. A, B, C etwas verkleinert. 1—7 vergrössert.
Latina: Ilex paraguariensis.
Русский: Падуб парагвайский. A — ветвь с мужскими цветками; B — ветвь с женскими цветками; C — плодущая ветвь; 1 — мужской цветок; 2 — то же в продольном разрезе; 3 — женский цветок; 4 — то же в продольном разрезе; 5 — плод (костянка); 6 — то же в продольном разрезе; 7 — то же в поперечном разрезе.
Source List of Koehler Images
Author Franz Eugen Köhler, Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen
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