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Petals ◦ Often the most colorful part of the flower. Stamen ◦ Thin stalk with a knoblike structure at the end. ◦ Produces the pollen Pistil ◦ The part of the flower that receives the pollen.
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Receives pollen = Contains seeds = Has pollen = Contains stored food = pistil fruit stamen cotyledon Worktext p. 45
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