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    PARTS OF THE FLOWER PARTS OF THE FLOWER Presentation Transcript

    • Flowers
    • Parts of a Flower
      • These are the main parts of a flower.
    • Petals
      • Petals attract insects and help to protect the other parts of the flower .
    • Sepals
      • Sepals protect the flower while it is still a bud.
      • Sepals are usually green or brown.
    • Nectary
      • The nectaries make nectar.
      • They are in the centre of the flower.
      • Nectar is a sweet substance, which insects drink to give them energy.
    • Carpel
      • The carpel is the female part o the flower where seeds are made.
      • It has three parts: stigma, style and ovary.
        • The stigma is sticky to catch the pollen.
        • The style holds up the stigma.
        • The ovary contains the ovules (or “eggs”).
      FEMALE
    • Stamen
      • The stamens are the male parts of the flower.
      • Stamens make pollen .
      • Pollen is a yellow powder that is needed to make a new plant.
      • Each stamen has two parts: the anther and the filament :
        • The anther produces the pollen.
        • The filament holds the anther up.
      MALE
    • Receptacle
      • The receptacle is where the parts of the flower are attached .
    • What’s this?
    • Nectary
      • The nectaries make nectar.
      • They are in the centre of the flower.
      • Nectar is a sweet substance, which insects drink to give them energy.
    • What’s this?
      • Carpel
    • Carpel
      • The carpel is the female part o the flower where seeds are made.
      • It has three parts: stigma, style and ovary.
        • The stigma is sticky to catch the pollen.
        • The style holds up the stigma.
        • The ovary contains the ovules (or “eggs”).
      FEMALE
    • What’s this?
      • Stamen
    • Stamen
      • The stamens are the male parts of the flower.
      • Stamens make pollen .
      • Pollen is a yellow powder that is needed to make a new plant.
      • Each stamen has two parts: the anther and the filament :
        • The anther produces the pollen.
        • The filament holds the anther up.
      MALE
    • What’s this?
    • Sepals
      • Sepals protect the flower while it is still a bud.
      • Sepals are usually green or brown.
    • What’s this?
    • Receptacle
      • The receptacle is where the parts of the flower are attached .