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How Plants Grow- Hyper Media Discussion

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  • 1. • The stamen is the male reproductive organ. It consists of a stalk called the filament and an ovoid structure at its tip called the anther. The anther bears the pollen grains.
  • 2. • The pistil is the female reproductive organ found at the center of the flower. It consists of the ovary, style, and stigma. An egg cell is formed in the ovule. The ovules, after fertilization, will develop into seeds and the ovary surrounding it becomes the fruits in most plants.
  • 3. Self Pollination When pollen from plant’s anther is transferred to that same plant’s stigma is called self-pollination