Androecium
Androecium is composed of
stamens. Each stamen which
represents the male
reproductive organ consists of a
stalk...
Pedicel

• The flower stem
Receptacle

• The place on the stem where floral organs
attach and originate.
Sepals

• Usually green; leaflike structures that
protect the flower, as it forms and
emerges.
• Sometimes sepals are colorful
Calyx

• The group of sepals on a flower
Petals
• Located just
inside the sepals
• Leaf-like and
often very
colorful
• Attract
pollinators
Corolla

• The collection of petals on a flower
Stamens

• Male reproductive parts of a flower
• Arranged around the female parts
Anther
• Part of the
stamen
• Produces and
holds pollen
Filament

• Stalk that holds up the anther
Stigma
• Found at the end
of the pistil
• Has a sticky
surface to catch
pollen
Style

• The neck of the
pistil
Ovary
• Part of the
pistil that
contains the
ovules
Ovule
• The part of the
flower in which
the eggs are
produced and
seeds develop
Pollination
Cross pollination
Bee goes into flower
Bee transports into another flower
Cross-Pollination
• Insects other than bees may also cross-pollinate
such as:
Butterflies

Mosquitos
Caterpillars
Self-pollination
Self Pollination
• Bees and other animals bring pollen from
the flower’s own anthers to its stigma.
The bees collect the pollen from the Anther
and then gives it the Stigma
fruits
There are two types of fruits
1:fleshy fruits –wall of ovary becomes flashy
and bulky in some fruits are called fle...
Fleshy fruit
Dry fruits
flower and fruit for 8th
flower and fruit for 8th
flower and fruit for 8th
flower and fruit for 8th
flower and fruit for 8th
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flower and fruit for 8th

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