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Anatomy of a Flower Plant Sex
A -Petals Colored leaves Attract insects “bud” when closed
B Filament Stalk supporting the anther C B
C Anther Top end of stamen Produces the pollen
draw in Stamen -Contains the filament + anther-Male reproductive structures
D - pollen Male sex cells
E- Ovary Contains ovules Becomes the fruit after fertilizationZucchinni –ripened ovary
Fruit = mature ovary
F Style Style holds the pollen tube Between stigma and ovary
Draw in Carpel (also called pistil) -Contains: stigma + style +ovary-Female reproductive structures
#9 G Stigma Top of pistil Sticky to catch the pollen
H = Ovules -Egg cells -Become seeds, fruit, nuts after fertilization
I = Pollen Tube Tube that transports the pollen to the ovulesPollen Tube in Plants Pollen tube you tube
ADD J = SEPAL green petal-like parts at the base of the flowerhelp protect the developing bud J
the reproductive structures of plants
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