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Label the Flower
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|anther - the anther is the tip of a flower's stamen ( the male reproductive organs of the plant) - it contains the pollen.
filament - the filament is the part of the flower that holds the anther (and part of the stamen, the male reproductive organs of the plant).
ovary - the ovary is a female reproductive organ in plants that produces ovules. It is at the base of the pistil.
petal - a petal is one of the leafy structures that comprise a flower. Petals are often brightly-colored and have many different shapes.
|sepal - the sepals are small leaves located directly under a flower - they are the outermost part of a flower.
stem (also called the peduncle) - the stem supports the plant.
stigma - the stigma is uppermost part of the pistil, the female reproductive tissue of a flower. The stigma receives the male pollen grains during fertilization, when they travel through the style to the ovary.
style - the style is part of the pistil, the female reproductive tissue of a flower. The style is a long tube on top of the ovary, and below the stigma.
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