How do plants reproduce? How is pollen dispersed and how does it develop into a seed? Discover the vital role flowers play in plant reproduction.
- Flowers are the reproductive part of most plants.
- The stamen, filament and anther are male reproductive parts.
- The stigma and style are the female reproductive parts.
- After pollination and fertilisation the flowers produce fruit and die.
Flowers are the most attractive elements of a plant.
They contain the parts a plant needs to reproduce.
Most plants have both male and female reproductive organs.
The male part is called the stamen.
They are made of thin hairs called filaments with a bulbous end – the anther.
The anthers produce the pollen.
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