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What is a 3D object?
A 3D object is a structure made of triangular polygons that suggests the shape
of a complex plant part. 3D objects are used to represent
leaves (including first leaves),
flower buds (drawn in a circle to make a flower bud),
flower petals (drawn in a circle to make a flower),
fruit sections (drawn in a circle to make a fruit),
buds (drawn in a circle to make a bud), and
root top sections (drawn in a circle to show the part of the root you can see above the ground, as in a carrot).
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