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Parts of a flower and their functions.

These are the parts of a flower and their functions. This will show what it does to the flower or to help the flower.
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Christina Pitman

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Parts of a flower and their functions.

Stigma
Pistil

Anther
The pistil is the
female part of the
flower. It is made
up of the stigma,
style, and ovary.
The anther is the part
of the flower that
holds the pollen.
Filament
The filament holds up the anther.
It is the anther's support.
The stigma is a part
of the pistil. It is where
the pollen lands and starts
to fertilize.
Style
The style is part
of the pistil. It supports
the stigma.
Ovary
The ovary is part
of the pistil. It is where
the seeds collect and
grow fruit that we eat.
Ovules
The ovules is the part of the
flower that
becomes the
seed.
Petal
The petals are the
colorful part of the
flower that attract
the insects.
Sepal
The sepal protects
the flower before
it opens.
The receptacle is the
part of the flower
where their parts are
attached.
Receptacle
The stamen is the male
part of the flower. The
anther and the filament
make up the stamen.
Stamen
Pollen Tube
The pollen tube
is made up of the
ovule, pistil, stigma,
style, and the ovary.
Parts of a Flower
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