Apr 7, 2017 - Image 1379021 is of plant(s). It is by Zelimir Borzan at University of Zagreb. 1. Branchlet with young shoots, male (a, b) and female (c, d) inflorescences. Typically several female flowers develop with each long, slender peduncles. - 2. Branchlet with mature shoots and almost ripe fruits (acorns). - 3. Ripe acorn, at the end of the first season. - 4. Peduncle with empty cup (a) and aborted fruits (b, c). - 5. Winter-branchlet; buds are egg-shaped, roundish at the top. After Hempel \u0026 Wilhelm, 1889. Photos and explanations from the book: Zelimir Borzan.