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Parts of Flowers

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Michael Voit

on 16 April 2015

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Transcript of Parts of Flowers

Flower
Stem
Functions:
support
for and elevation of leaves, flowers and fruits
transports fluids
between roots and the shoots, and the xylem and phloem
storage
of nutrients
produce new living tissue
Leaf is a specialized organ of the plant and always located closest to a light source above and around the stem.
Sepal
These green outermost part of flower.
These
protect the petals
and the flower itself.
Located inside the flower.
Reproduction
,
pollen producing
organ of the flower.
Structure consists of two parts
filament
anther
Stamen
Carpel (Pistil)
Ovule and seed producing
reproductive organ.
Consist of three organs
stigma
pistil
ovary
Stems are the structural part of plants. Found in the center of plants, a stems strength determines the height of the plant.
Function:
Photosynthesis
to make food from minerals, water, CO2, and Sunlight
Storage
of nutrients
Seed
The Roots
The root is beneath surface of soil, but is better defined as the part that bears no leaves
Functions:
Absorption
of water and inorganic nutrients
Anchoring
plant into the ground and supporting it
Storage
of food and nutrients
Vegetative Reproduction
(Tubers)
Leaf
Petal
Often brightly colored or shaped unusually to attract pollenators.
Found near and above leaves.
Function:
Attraction
of

pollinators
Reproduction
by producing seeds.
Located in the Carpel after fertilization and flower has fallen away.
The seed carries the embryo that
becomes a new plant
.
Another Big Fish Production
Parts of Flowers
Flower Part Identification
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