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Oil Palm (Elaeis sp) fruit showing one split with kernel, northern Sumatra, Indonesia  -  Thomas Marent
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00450087 Oil Palm (Elaeis sp) fruit showing one split with kernel, northern Sumatra, Indonesia© Thomas Marent
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seed in soil, prior to germination and growth, above and below ground. Sequence 1/5.
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90824446 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seed in soil, prior to germination and growth, above and below ground. Sequence 1/5.© Nigel Cattlin
Chestnut mandibled toucan (Ramphastos ambiguus swainsonii) in tropical rainforest canopy with beech almond fruit. Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
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90758343 Chestnut mandibled toucan (Ramphastos ambiguus swainsonii) in tropical rainforest canopy with beech almond fruit. Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica© Jack Dykinga
Hazelnut Weevil (Curculio nucum) larva emerges from Hazelnut after feeding on the kernel, England  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00415866 Hazelnut Weevil (Curculio nucum) larva emerges from Hazelnut after feeding on the kernel, England© Kim Taylor/ npl
Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) infected ripe wheat ear with bunt balls cut open to show spores replacing grain.
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90842159 Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) infected ripe wheat ear with bunt balls cut open to show spores replacing grain.© Nigel Cattlin
Cotton bollworm / fruitworm (Helicoverpa spp.) larva feeding on and damaging a peanut / groundnut (Arachis hypogea) kernel, North Carolina, October
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90837647 Cotton bollworm / fruitworm (Helicoverpa spp.) larva feeding on and damaging a peanut / groundnut (Arachis hypogea) kernel, North Carolina, October© Nigel Cattlin
Exposed ripe cob of sweetcorn (Zea mays) cut across to show structure and attachment of kernels, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828429 Exposed ripe cob of sweetcorn (Zea mays) cut across to show structure and attachment of kernels, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Exposed ripe cob of sweetcorn (Zea mays) cut across to show structure and attachment of kernels, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828428 Exposed ripe cob of sweetcorn (Zea mays) cut across to show structure and attachment of kernels, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Partly exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828427 Partly exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Poorly and unevenly pollinated exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays), undeveloped and partly fertilized, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828426 Poorly and unevenly pollinated exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays), undeveloped and partly fertilized, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Exposed mature  Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828424 Exposed mature Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Exposed mature  Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828423 Exposed mature Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Exposed mature  Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,
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90828422 Exposed mature Exposed kernels on a ripe cob of sweet corn (Zea mays) grown in a vegetable garden, Berkshire, England, UK, September,© Nigel Cattlin
Deformed Sweet corn (Zea mays) tassel ear that has produced kernels which are not protected by a husk, the plant also produces a normal cob. Berkshire, England, UK, August.
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90828418 Deformed Sweet corn (Zea mays) tassel ear that has produced kernels which are not protected by a husk, the plant also produces a normal cob. Berkshire, England, UK, August.© Nigel Cattlin
Sweetcorn or corn (Zea mays) silk exposed above the husk on the cob shrivelled and brown after fertilization from wind blown pollen. Berkshire, England, UK, August.
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90828417 Sweetcorn or corn (Zea mays) silk exposed above the husk on the cob shrivelled and brown after fertilization from wind blown pollen. Berkshire, England, UK, August.© Nigel Cattlin
Sweetcorn or corn (Zea mays) silk exposed above the husk on the cob and receptive to wind dispersed pollen from the male tassels. Berkshire, England, UK, August.
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90828408 Sweetcorn or corn (Zea mays) silk exposed above the husk on the cob and receptive to wind dispersed pollen from the male tassels. Berkshire, England, UK, August.© Nigel Cattlin
English Black Walnut (Juglans regia) kernel nut exposed in shell, native to Southern Europe and Asia  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90056372 English Black Walnut (Juglans regia) kernel nut exposed in shell, native to Southern Europe and Asia© Philippe Clement/ npl
Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) female with seed kernel in beak, Northumberland, United Kingdom  -  Roger Powell/ npl
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90003860 Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) female with seed kernel in beak, Northumberland, United Kingdom© Roger Powell/ npl
Popcorn or popping corn as sold in health food shops grown in China  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80116046 Popcorn or popping corn as sold in health food shops grown in China© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) infected ripe wheat ear  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80112789 Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) infected ripe wheat ear© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Corn, sweetcorn, maize cob with the outer leaves drawn back to show the grain  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80111550 Corn, sweetcorn, maize cob with the outer leaves drawn back to show the grain© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) grains replaced by black bunt balls in a wheat ear  -  Nigel Cattlin/ FLPA
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80104908 Bunt or covered smut (Tilletia tritici) grains replaced by black bunt balls in a wheat ear© Nigel Cattlin / FLPA
Cultivated Apple (Malus domestica) 'Ashmead's Kernel', dessert apple variety, fruit on tree in orchard, Shropshire, England  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80061886 Cultivated Apple (Malus domestica) 'Ashmead's Kernel', dessert apple variety, fruit on tree in orchard, Shropshire, England© Richard Becker/ FLPA
Cultivated Apple (Malus domestica) 'Ashmead's Kernel', dessert apple variety, fruit on tree in orchard, Shropshire, England  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80061885 Cultivated Apple (Malus domestica) 'Ashmead's Kernel', dessert apple variety, fruit on tree in orchard, Shropshire, England© Richard Becker/ FLPA
Seeds and flower from large tropical almond, sea almond, beach almond (Terminalia catappa) against black sand, Sulawesi beach, Indonesia
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90719959 Seeds and flower from large tropical almond, sea almond, beach almond (Terminalia catappa) against black sand, Sulawesi beach, Indonesia© Jurgen Freund
Sunflower seed in its seed coat or pericarp below soil surface with root or radicle developing (series number 2)
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80190749 Sunflower seed in its seed coat or pericarp below soil surface with root or radicle developing (series number 2)© Nigel Cattlin
Sunflower seed in its seed coat or pericarp below soil surface before germination and growth (series number 1)
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80190748 Sunflower seed in its seed coat or pericarp below soil surface before germination and growth (series number 1)© Nigel Cattlin
Sunflower seedling with cotyledons expanding but retaining the seed coat or pericarp
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80190746 Sunflower seedling with cotyledons expanding but retaining the seed coat or pericarp© Nigel Cattlin
Sunflower seedling with cotyledons still trapped inside the seed coat or pericarp after germination
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80190745 Sunflower seedling with cotyledons still trapped inside the seed coat or pericarp after germination© Nigel Cattlin
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