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Unformatted text preview: Megaspores – Produced in seed cones, develop into female gametophytes. 4 Whorls 1. Calyx- Outer Whorl, composed of sepals 2. Corolla- Consists of bright colored petals 3. Androecium-Consist of stamens 4. Gynoecium-Innermost whorl, composed of the pistils or carpels. Sepals – Green leafy structures that enclose the flower prior to opening Petals – important in attracting pollinators. Stamens – Where pollen is produced. Dioecious – Angiosperm which produce flowers of only one gender. Monoecious – Angiosperm which produce flowers of both genders. Inferior Ovary – When a flower have the calyx and corolla originating above the ovary Monocots – Have floral parts in 3’s or multiples of 3’s Dicots – Have floral parts arranged in 4’s or 5’s...
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- Fern, Flowering plant, Gametophyte, sporangia, Calyx- Outer Whorl, Marchantia Mnium Equisetum Polypodium Pinus