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Structure of a Flower

Structure of a Flower

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Tags: science   biology   plant   rst.6-8.4   rst.9-10.4   rst.11-12.4   high school   common core   ngss   hs-ls4-1   ls4-1   hs-ls2-1   ls2-1  

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Flower
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the reproductive structure of some seed-bearing plants
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Petals
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colored and often scented modified leaves that attract pollinators
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Stigma
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sticky upper end of the style that captures pollen grains
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Style
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tube-like structure that connects the stigma to the ovary
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Ovule
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structure that contains the embryo sac and develops into seeds after fertilization
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Ovary
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structure that contains the ovules and develops into fruit after fertilization
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Embryo sac
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the female gametophyte of a seed plant in which the embryo develops
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Nectary
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gland that secretes nectar
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Nectar
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sugary fluid that attracts pollinators
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Sepal
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an outer structure of a flower that covers and protects the flower when it is a bud
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Pedicel
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stalk that supports a single flower
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Filament
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long thin stalk that supports an anther at the tip
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Pistil
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the female reproductive organ of a flower
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Stamen
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male part of the flower
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Microsporangium
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structure within the anther that produce microspores
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Microspores
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spores that eventually develop into pollen grains
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Megaspores
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spores that develop into female gametophytes
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Anther
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the part of the stamen in flowers that produces and carries microspores
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Pollen grains
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the immature male gametophytes of seed plants
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Gametophyte
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the gamete-producing phase of a plant characterized by alternation of generations
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