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Above the stem plate is the storage organ consisting of bulb scales, surrounding the previous flower stalk and the terminal bud. The scales are of two types, true storage organs and the bases of the foliage leaves. These have a thicker tip and a scar from where the leaf lamina became detached.
The innermost leaf scale is semicircular only partly enveloping the flower stalk semisheathed. The bulb may contain a number of branched bulb units, each with two to three true scales and two to three leaf bases.
Each bulb unit has a life of about four years. After some years, the roots shorten pulling the bulbs deeper into the ground contractile roots. The bulbs develop from the inside, pushing the older layers outwards which become brown and dry, forming an outer shell, the tunic or skin.
Up to 60 layers have been counted in some wild species. While the plant appears dormant above the ground the flower stalk which will start to grow in the following spring, develops within the bulb surrounded by two to three deciduous leaves and their sheaths.
The flower stem lies in the axil of the second true leaf. The stems are upright and located at the centre of the leaves. In a few species such as N.
The stem is hollow in the upper portion but towards the bulb is more solid and filled with a spongy material. Leaf colour is light green to blue-green. In the mature plant the leaves extend higher than the flower stem, but in some species the leaves are low hanging.
The leaf base is encased in a colourless sheath. After flowering the leaves turn yellow and die back once the seed pod fruit is ripe. Umbellate species have a fleshy racemose inflorescence unbranched, with short floral stalks with 2 to 15 or 20 flowers, such as N.
Prior to opening, the flower buds are enveloped and protected in a thin dry papery or membranous scarious spathe. The spathe consists of a singular bract that is ribbed, and which remains wrapped around the base of the open flower. As the bud grows, the spathe splits longitudinally.
Narcissus flowers are characterised by their, usually conspicuous, corona trumpet. The three major floral parts in all species except N. Section Tapeinanthus are; i the proximal floral tube hypanthiumii the surrounding free tepalsand iii the more distal corona paraperigon, paraperigonium. All three parts may be considered to be components of the perianth perigon, perigonium.
The perianth arises above the apex of the inferior ovaryits base forming the hypanthial floral tube. The floral tube is formed by fusion of the basal segments of the tepals proximally connate.
Its shape is from an inverted cone obconic to funnel-shaped funneliform or cylindrical, and is surmounted by the more distal corona. Floral tubes can range from long and narrow in sections Apodanthi and Jonquilla to rudimentary N.
Like many monocotyledonsthe perianth is homochlamydeous, that is undifferentiated into separate calyx sepals and corolla petalsbut rather has six tepals. The three outer tepal segments may be considered sepalsand the three inner segments petals.
The transition point between the floral tube and the corona is marked by the insertion of the free tepals on the fused perianth. Rarely the corona is a simple callose hardened, thickened ring.
The corona is formed during floral development as a tubular outgrowth from stamens which fuse into a tubular structure, the anthers becoming reduced. At its base the fragrances which attract pollinators are formed. All species produce nectar at the top of the ovary.
The colour of the perianth is white, yellow or bicoloured, with the exception of the night flowering N.James Baldwin’s stunning first novel is now an American classic. With startling realism that brings Harlem and the black experience vividly to life, this is a work that touches the heart with emotion while it stimulates the mind with its narrative style, symbolism, and excoriating vision of racism in America.
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