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5 . Ovule initiation in Gnetum. ( A , B ) Longisection of young female strobili; the dotted portion indicates the position of meristematic tissue which later gives rise to ovules. ( C ) Portion marked C in figure Β enlarged to s h o w details of the meristematic tissue. ( D - F ) Progressive stages in the differentiation of ovule and sterile cushion from the meristematic tissue, (cu) Sterile cushion; (int) integument; (nu) nucellus. Gnetum africanum (after Waterk e y n , 1 9 5 4 ) in figures A to C , Gnetum nemon (after Sanwal, 1 9 6 2 ) in figures D to F .