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Camellia grijsii Hance is used as a woody edible oil tree in the South of China. The oil contains tea polyphenols and camellia glucoside, which can effectively improve cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease, lower cholesterol and glucose. However, it is particularly prone to erratic fruit set showing very low and have little work on the reproduction biology. In order to verify whether there was any obstacle of sexual reproduction in C. grijsii, the megasporogensis and development of thefatcat:4xhu5xfvgfecrk64rzuan3mcne