plant_parts_dominoes

plant_parts_dominoes - shape. All of the parts of a flower...

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Petal Sepal Nectaries Carpel Stamen Receptacle A special type of leaf; they form a ring  around the petals. They protect the flower  whilst it is still a bud. Usually green or  brown. Collectively known as calyx. This is where the flower makes nectar. Nectar is a  sweet substance that gives insects energy. These are  usually right in the centre of the flower. Insects have  to reach deep into the flower to find nectar, and as  they do this, the pick up pollen. The female part of the flower where  seeds are made. It has three parts; the  stigma, style and ovary. These are the male parts of the  flower. These make pollen. Each  stamen has two parts; an anther and  a filament. The top part of a flower where the parts of  a flower are attached. It is often rounded in 
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Unformatted text preview: shape. All of the parts of a flower are attached here. A sticky part of the female organ in the flower. It is at the top of the carpel and catches grains of pollen. Stigma Style Ovary Pollen travels down here to the ovary. The pollen joins with ovules and seeds are made. This is called fertilisation . The top part of the male organ. This is where the pollen is found. Bees and other insects collect pollen from here and travel to other plants and drop it on the stigma of other plants; this is pollination. Anther Filament A long, thin part of the male organ in a flower. It holds up the Anther. Brightly coloured to attract insects such as bees and butterflies....
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