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  • 1. Parts of a flower How plants reproduce
  • 2.  
  • 3. Carpel or Pistil
    • The carpel or pistil is the female part of a plant.
    • It is made up of four parts:
      • Stigma
      • Style
      • Ovary
      • Ovule
    • The ovary are where the seeds end up.
  • 4. Stamen
    • The stamen is the male part of the flower.
    • The stamen consists of two parts:
      • Anther
      • Filament
    • Pollen grains are produced on the anther.
    • Insects brush the anther and have pollen deposited on them.
  • 5. Receptacle
    • This is what attaches the stalk to the flower.
    • Sometimes, it becomes the fruit.
  • 6. Pedicel
    • This is the flowers stem.
    • Taller flowers are more likely to attract the bees attention.
  • 7. Sepal
    • This forms part of the bud.
    • It protects the flower.
    • All the sepals form the Calyx
  • 8. Corolla
    • Also known as the crown of petals.
    • It is brightly coloured to attract the interest of passing insects.
    • Ultra violet lines often guide bees further inside the petal.