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Parts of a Flower Flip-Book Notes
Petal Carpel / Pistil 2. Stamen 5. Stigma -Anther -Filament 6. Style 3. Sepal 7. Ovary -Ovule
Petal Colorful part of the flower Used to attract insects
Stamen The whole male part of the flower
Anther Contains pollen The male reproductive organ
Filament Supports and holds up the anther
Sepal Protects the flower while it develops from a bud
Carpel / Pistil Whole female part of the flowerIncludes: stigma, style, and ovary
Stigma Sticky part of the flower Receives pollen during fertilization
Style Tube on top of the ovary
Ovary Female reproductive organ Protects the ovule
Ovule (Egg) Once fertilized, the ovule will become the seed
the reproductive structures of plants
Parts of the Flower Lawrence Cox Spring 2006.
In brief: Insects are attached to the petals of a flower. As they investigate the flower, they rub up against the flowers Anther. This causes the insect,
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