THE REPRODUCTION of PLANTS
Most plants have flowers. The reproductive organs of a plant are in the flower. The reproductive organs of a flower are:
Parts of a flower
THE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS OF A PLANT ARE:
The stamens: they are the male reproductive organs. They are long and have round ends. They make pollen. They are formed by filament and anthers. The pistil: it is the female reproductive organ. It is formed by the stigma, style and ovary. Its shape looks like a bottle and it has ovules inside.
REPRODUCTIVE PROCESS Grains of pollen form on the stamen and reach the ovary by air or by insects. This is called pollination. When the ovary is fertilized a seed is produced. This is called fertilization. Seeds begin to grow inside the fruit.
The petals fall off and the flower begins to change into a fruit.
Finally, the fruit falls to the ground, is eaten by an animal or carried by the wind and a new plant grows from the seed. This stage is called germination.
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