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Flower Parts

sepal Outer part of bud that protects and surrounds the bud before it opens.
petals Surrounds the inside parts of the flower after it opens. Brightly colored to attract insects.
stamen The male part of the flower. It includes the anther and the filament.
anther The top part of the stamen which produces pollen.
filament The bottom part of the stamen which holds up the anther.
pistil The female part of the flower. It includes the stigma, style and ovary.
stigma The sticky part at the top of the pistil.
style The tube that connects the stigma and the ovary and it is part of the pistil.
ovary The female reproductive part of a flower that contains the eggs / seeds.
embryo The pollinated egg (baby seed).
pollen The powdery material that is made by the stamen and is used in reproduction.
pollination The pollen transferring (moving) from the stamen to the pistil.
seed The pollinated egg. It can grow into a new plant.
spore A single cell that can develop into a new plant. Usually found on the back of leaves.
Created by: tinaclarke