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Flower Parts cl

Stamen Male reproductive part of flower; contains filament, anther, and pollen.
Filament Raises anther up to pollinators.
Anthers Produce pollen grains; the pollen grains rest on the anthers.
Pistil Female reproductive part of flower; contains ovule, ovary, style, and stigma.
Ovule Produces the plant's egg.
Ovary Swollen base of pistil, where ovules are formed.
Style A hollow tube connecting the stigma and ovary: raises stigma so flower's own pollen won't get on its stigma.
Stigma Catches pollen from another plant's flower using a sticky substance.
Petal A leaf that is colorful so that it attracts pollinators.
Sepal A special leaf that protects the bud, and later the underside of the flower.
Created by: CharlieL