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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 3s or multiples of 3s Dicots Have floral parts arranged in 4s or 5s...
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