Contact: John Burke
University of Georgia
Caption: The most common, wild-type sunflower variety is shown in box A, and its florets are shown in B. Box C shows a double-flowered mutant variety, with its florets shown in D. Box E shows the tubular variety, with its florets shown in F. The arrows in box G indicate the double-flowered mutants depicted in van Gogh’s Still Life: Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers.
Credit: John Burke/University of Georgia
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