Duffle bag v3

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This duffle bag is the perfect companion for every occasion—take it with you when traveling, running daily errands, or going to the gym. The bag is spacious and will keep all your stuff neat and organized with its multiple pockets, including one with a zipper for your most valuable possessions. Adjust the padded shoulder strap when the bag’s helping you carry heavier things, and continue your daily run without a worry!

• 100% polyester with black interlining
• Fabric weight: 9.56 oz/yd² (325 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
• One size: 22″ × 11.5″ × 11.5″
• T-piping for stability
• Adjustable and removable padded shoulder strap
• Dual padded handles with hoop&loop fasteners for easy carrying
• Mesh side pocket
• Multiple inside pockets
• Blank product components sourced from China
The primary purpose of a flower is Repreproduction. Since the flowers are the reproductive organs of plant, they mediate the joining of the sperm, contained within pollen, to the ovules — contained in the ovary. Pollination is the movement of pollen from the anthers to the stigma. The joining of the sperm to the ovules is called fertilization. Normally pollen is moved from one plant to another, but many plants are able to self pollinate. The fertilized ovules produce seeds that are the next generation. Sexual reproduction produces genetically unique offspring, allowing foradaptation. Flowers have specific designs which encourages the transfer of pollen from one plant to another of the same species. Many plants are dependent upon external factors for pollination, including: wind and animals, and especially insects. Even large animals such as birds, bats, and pygmy possums can be employed. The period of time during which this process can take place (the flower is fully expanded and functional) is called anthesis. The study of pollination by insects is called anthecology. India is the land of colors and diversity. It is reflected well through the range of flowers, which is found from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Attock to Cuttack from Ganganagar to Itanagar and from Leh to Lakshadweep.