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Bio Flower Lab

Carolina Lugo Ines Varela Liesl Collazo

Liesl Collazo

on 17 May 2011

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Transcript of Bio Flower Lab

receptacle: center of the flower; it holds all the components together
sepal: green circle of leaves that encloses the flower bud and later opens along with the mature flower
petals: the next layer after the sepal, which attracts animal pollinators with its bright colors
stamen: is composed of the filament and the anther and can be seen surrounding the carpel
anther: a sac at the top of each filament that contains pollen grains
filament: structure that holds the anther
stigma: a sticky structure at the top of the carpel on which pollen grains land for fertilization
style: a tube connecting the stigma with the ovule
ovary: a structure that encloses the ovules and is directly connected to the receptacle. our flower
the Madonna Lily petal length stamen anther filament carpel stigma style pollen grains ovary stigma style anther filament receptacle sepals petal estimation: 4 inches flowers are an important part of plant reproduction for several reasons:
They attract animal pollinators with their bright colors.
Their shape is often adapted to the needs of a specific pollinator.
Their structure is built to facilitate fertilization and the spread of pollen grains as well, as anthers easily give off grains when touched.
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