Presentation on theme: "Parts of the Flower Lawrence Cox Spring 2006. What Is A Flower???"— Presentation transcript:
Parts of the Flower Lawrence Cox Spring 2006
What Is A Flower???
Reproductive Part of a Plant
Parts of a Flower Stamen Pistil Petals Sepals
MALE Part of the Flower STAMEN
Filament- Supports the Anther Anther- Produces Pollen Grains
FEMALE part of the Flower PISTIL
Ovule- Develops into a seed Ovary- Surrounds the ovule later becomes a fruit Style- Supports the stigma Stigma- Receives the pollen grains
Other Parts of the Flower Receptacle- the enlarged part of the flower stalk to which all the floral of the flower attach. Sepals- the outer protective part of the flower buds. Petals- The colored part of the flower used to attract insects
Types of Flowers Complete Flowers- have both male and female parts Incomplete Flowers- have either male or female parts but not both.
Monoecious Plants- Have both male and female Dioecious Plants- plants have male and female parts on different plant
Pollination - is the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma.
How Are Plants Pollinated Bees Birds Wind Animal Humans