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Plant structure

survival The struggle to remain living by adapting (changing) to one’s surroundings
reproduction The production of new plants, asexual or sexual
defense A set of plant traits (characteristics) that help them to survive and reproduce
perfect flower Flowers that have both male AND female parts
imperfect flower Flowers with either male OR female parts
pollination When pollen moves from male parts to female parts by a pollinator such as bees, birds, wind, humans, or other organisms. Fertilization then occurs where a seed and embryo develop
petals The colorful parts of a flower, the first whorl surrounding the reproductive structures
sepals Petallike structures, often green, at the base of a flower. Protect the bud while developing
stamen The male reproductive structures (includes anther, filament, and pollen)
anther The structure located at the top of the filament, carries the pollen
filament A threadlike structure that holds up the anther
pollen Male sex cell that donates half of its DNA (traits) to make a seed. Usually a yellowish powdery substance that is carried by a pollinator
pistil The female reproductive structures (includes stigma, style, ovary, ovule)
stigma Sticky substance on top of the Style, it traps and holds pollen
style Tubelike structure that holds up the stigma
ovary At the bottom of a flower that holds the ovules. The ovary turns into the fleshy fruit we eat
ovule Female sex cells that donate half of its DNA (traits). Ovules develop into seeds when fertilized by pollen
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