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Plant reproduction

TermDefinition
StaMEN The male reproductive parts of a flower
Pollen A powder that contains male reproductive cell
Pistil The female parts of a flower are located
Ovary The parts of a flower in which seeds develop
Pollinator Animals that transfer pollen are
Pollination The transfer from the male parts of a flower
Embryo Each seed contains a tiny new plant
Cotyledon The stores food is in parts of seed bean
Germination The seed sprouting of a new plant from a seed
Pollen tube Grows from a pollen grain to an ovule
Filament The stalk part of the StaMEN
Anther Where pollen grains form
Flower Contains the reproductive of an organism
Sepals Small green leaf like parts that cover flower buds
Ovules Where the egg of gymnosperms and angiosperms
Style The parts of the pistil between the ovary and StaMEN
Created by: Kyndal05