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Flowers the reproductive structures of plants
4 parts of a plant Roots Stems Leaves Reproductive (includes flowers and fruits)
Flowers have 4 different parts Sepals Petals Stamens Pistil
Receptacle The place on the stem where floral organs attach and originate.
Sepals Usually green; leaflike structures that protect the flower, as it forms and emerges.
Sometimes sepals are colorful
Calyx The group of sepals on a flower
Petals Located just inside the sepals Leaf-like and often very colorful Attract pollinators
Corolla The collection of petals on a flower
The reproductive parts Found at the center of the flower
Stamens Male reproductive parts of a flower Arranged around the female parts
Anther Part of the stamen Produces and holds pollen
Filament Stalk that holds up the anther
Pistil The female part of the flower
Stigma Found at the end of the pistil Has a sticky surface to catch pollen
Style The neck of the pistil
Ovary Part of the pistil that contains the ovules
Ovule The part of the flower in which the eggs are produced and seeds develop
Complete flowers Have all 4 basic parts: Sepals, petals, stamens and pistil
Incomplete flowers Flowers that are missing one of the four basic parts
Perfect Flowers Flowers that have both male and female parts
Imperfect flowers Flowers that lack one of the sex structures
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