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  • 1. Androecium Androecium is composed of stamens. Each stamen which represents the male reproductive organ consists of a stalk or a filament and an anther. Gynoecium Gynoecium is the female reproductive part of the flower and is made up of one or more carpels.
  • 2. Pedicel • The flower stem
  • 3. Receptacle • The place on the stem where floral organs attach and originate.
  • 4. Sepals • Usually green; leaflike structures that protect the flower, as it forms and emerges.
  • 5. • Sometimes sepals are colorful
  • 6. Calyx • The group of sepals on a flower
  • 7. Petals • Located just inside the sepals • Leaf-like and often very colorful • Attract pollinators
  • 8. Corolla • The collection of petals on a flower
  • 9. Stamens • Male reproductive parts of a flower • Arranged around the female parts
  • 10. Anther • Part of the stamen • Produces and holds pollen
  • 11. Filament • Stalk that holds up the anther
  • 12. Stigma • Found at the end of the pistil • Has a sticky surface to catch pollen
  • 13. Style • The neck of the pistil
  • 14. Ovary • Part of the pistil that contains the ovules
  • 15. Ovule • The part of the flower in which the eggs are produced and seeds develop
  • 16. Pollination
  • 17. Cross pollination
  • 18. Bee goes into flower
  • 19. Bee transports into another flower
  • 20. Cross-Pollination • Insects other than bees may also cross-pollinate such as: Butterflies Mosquitos Caterpillars
  • 21. Self-pollination
  • 22. Self Pollination • Bees and other animals bring pollen from the flower’s own anthers to its stigma.
  • 23. The bees collect the pollen from the Anther and then gives it the Stigma
  • 24. fruits There are two types of fruits 1:fleshy fruits –wall of ovary becomes flashy and bulky in some fruits are called fleshy fruits e..g. mango lemon 2:dry fruits: the wall of ovary becomes dry in some fruits at their maturity e.g . Pea , green gram
  • 25. Fleshy fruit
  • 26. Dry fruits