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plants

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Sepals Protect the developing flower.
Petals Attract pollinators.
Stamens The male reproductive part.
Filament A thin stalk that makes up the stamen.
Anther Makes pollen.
Pistils The female reproductive part.
Stigma The sticky tip of the pistil.
Style Connects the stigma to the ovary.
Ovary Protects the seeds as they develop.
Sporophyte When the plant produces spores.
Gametophyte When the plant produces sperm and egg cells.
Annual Plants that complete a life cycle within one growing season.
Biennial Flowering plants that live for 2 years.
Perennial Flowering plants that live for more than 2 years.
Fertilization Occurs when the sperm cell unites with the egg cell.
Zygote The fertilized egg.
Cone The reproductive structure of a gymnosperm.
Ovule A structure that contains an egg cell.
Fruit A ripened ovary that encloses one or more seeds.
Created by: KBui