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seeds and plants

Angiosperms are flowering plants that produce flowers and seed inside fruits.
The flower is the reproductive structure of the plant. They come in all shapes and sizes. A complete flower has both male and female structures.
Complete flower has sepals and petals, stamens , and pistils
The sepals are leaf-like structures that protect the flower when it is vary bud.
Petals are colorful leaf-like structures and they vary from plant to plant. In fact, not all flowers have petals
The stamens are the male reproductive structures which include filament[thin stalk] and an anther[produces pollen; located on top of stalk
The pistils are the female reproductive structures which include a stigma[sticky top], style[a slender tube that connects the stigma and ovary], and an ovary[contains egg that becomes a seed
Created by: Mary Kate3