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PBHS Flower

Parts of a Flower

Collective term for all of the petals corolla
Calyx collective term for all of the sepals
stamen male structure
"spores" or the "sperm" of a flower pollen (pollen grains)
female structure pistil
stigma top, sticky part of the pistil
anther top part of the stamen that contains the pollen
"neck" of the pistil style
ovary is the bottom part of the pistil
"stalk" of the stamen filament
complete flowers contain male and female structures and sepals and petals
incomplete flowers missing one of the 4 major structures
perfect flowers male and female parts
imperfect flowers male or female
Cell that can be fertilized to become a seed ovule
A fertilized ovule is a/an seed
leaf-like structure directly beneath the petals sepal
stem directly attached to the sepals (flower) peduncle
pollen is contained and produced by the anther
When the peduncle branches out to smaller flowers instead of one, each branch of the peduncle is a pedicel
Created by: gkarlish