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    Brighten up your collection with the refreshing aroma of fresh flowers.

    C30 in cheeky pink with floral labels. Each cassette different to the last.

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The easy way to describe this album would be to simply call it an an album of some sexy, thumping EDM. 6 house tracks that take elements from techno, trance and progressive. A record that would be equally at home playing quietly in the background or pumping out through a PA at a sweaty club. But to put it this simply does it a terrible disservice.

The parts of each track relates to the flower reproductive system. This flower consists of four main parts:
Sepals: They are the green leaf-like structures which protect the flower in the bud stage which eventually form into rythmic percussion sounds.
Petals: They are the coloured structures. They are the most beautiful part of the flower that attracts the bass linage.
Stamens: They are the male reproductive parts. Stamens consist of two parts – anther and filament. Anther is a swollen part of the stamen. The filament is a long, slender stalk which attaches the stamen to the flower. Pollen grains are formed inside the anther which produces the male gametes.
Pistil or Carpel: It is the female reproductive part of the flower. It consists of three parts – stigma, style and the ovary. The stigma is at the top of the pistil. It receives the pollen grains during pollination. The style is a long, tube-like structure which passes the pollen grains to the ovary. The ovary is the swollen part present at the basal part of the pistil. The ovary consists of the ovule which bears the female gamete.
Bear in mind that the flower world is non binary, and there are Uni-sexual and Bisexual Flowers. Flowers can be of two types depending upon whether both the sexual parts – male and female are present in the same flower or different flower.
Bisexual flowers: Flowers which contain both the stamens and the pistil are known as bisexual flowers. For example- Mustard.
Uni-sexual flowers: The flowers which contain either the stamens or the pistil are known as unisexual flowers. For example- Cucumber.
Transfer of pollen grains from the anthers to the receptive stigma is known as pollination. Pollination is of two types:
Self-pollination: In this process pollen grains from the anthers pollinate the stigma of the same flower. Self pollination is never frowned upon in the flower community and is common practice for stress relief.
Cross-pollination: In this case pollen grains of one flower fall on a different flower of either the same plant or another plant. flowers form social groups that meet to cross polinate across different flower types, usually to house music. sexual reproduction. The stigma is sticky in the flower community and often not spoken in public situations.
Wind-pollinated flowers are mostly small and not showy. We do not judge these and they have every right as any other flowers. They produce lightweight pollens in large number and do not produce nectar.

If all this seems irrelevent then then keep reading as it will all make sense probably.

The endgame for this entire monologue is Sexual reproduction - Fertilization in relation to bubonic and technotronic photosynthesis.
Fertilization is the fusion of male and female gametes. This is always done to a solid 4/4 repetitive rhythm in order to ensure well ordered polination. Once it hit's it groove, it results in the formation of single-celled zygote. The pollen grain develops pollen tube through the style and reaches the ovary. It enters the ovule from a small opening. Pollen tube carries the male gamete. Male gamete fuses with the female gamete to form the zygote. this has been captured on camera using timelapse photography and sold illicitly on the dark web to the highest bidder. Plants can be bought and sold on these sites as if they have no worth.Following changes take place in the flower after fertilization. The fertilized zygote grows into an embryo. The embryo has two parts – plumule which grows into shoot and radical which grows into the root.

The ovary grows into fruit.
The other parts of the flower fall off.
The ovule develops into a seed.
The seed contains the embryo covered by the seed coat. Cotyledon present in the seed helps in the nourishment of the developing baby plant on germination of the seed.

This probably helps explain the album from a deeper perspective.

Have you been paying attention? Questions For You.
Q1: Which of the following statements is/are true for sexual reproduction in plants?

a - Plants are obtained from seeds
b - Two plants are always essential
c - Fertilization can occur only after pollination
d - Only insects are agents of pollination

Solution at bottom of page.


released March 26, 2019

all album and music credit to flowers.

available as digital download or limited edition beautiful floral cassette.

For more information on the artist, type 'flowers' into a google search.

(solution - statements A and C are true)


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