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English: Ovary (botany): Tulip ovary in cross-section, showing locule and ovule, with the placenta in the lower right hand corner. Optical microscopy technique: Differential interference contrast (Nomarski). Magnification: 120x (for picture width 26 cm ~ A4 format).
Čeština: Semenník: Příčný řez; tulipán. Mikroskopická technika: Diferenciální interferenční kontrast Nomarského. Zvětšení: 120x (při šířce obrázku 26 cm ~ A4 formát).
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