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Madonna Lily Dissection

By: Fabiola Villamil and Nahomi Morales

fabiola villamil

on 17 May 2011

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Transcript of Madonna Lily Dissection

Dissection of a Madonna Lily Receptacle Petal Stamen Carpel Receptacle: the enlarged upper end of the stalk of a flowering plant, on which the flower parts grow

Stamen: The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower, usually consisting of a filament and an anther.

Carpel: One of the structural units of a pistil, representing a modified, ovule-bearing leaf.

Petal: ne of the often brightly colored parts of a flower immediately surrounding the reproductive organs anther filament 76.2 mm 88.9 mm 12.7mm Pollen
grains stigma style ovary Stigma:the sticky tip of a flower's carpel, which traps pollen grains

Style: supports the stigma

Ovary: the basal portion of a carpel in which the egg-containing ovules develop ovary very small ovules about 20.3mm Our flower :) Importance of flowers in plant reproduction
The most important function of flowers in plants is to aid in their reproduction. Without flowers, a plant would be a boring green organism, but flowers attract animals that then aid in pollination. They move the pollen from the stamen to the stigma. Also, the flower contains all the reproductive organs, both male and female, the plant needs to reproduce.
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