Flowers with both stamens and carpels.
Flowers with either stamens or carpels but not both,.
The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the carpel in flowering plants.
A fertilization process that requires two sperm to fuse with two other cells.
An ovule with a protective coating, encasing a mature plant embryo and a nutrient source.
A mature ovary that contains a seed or seeds.
The sprouting of the embryo out of a seed; occurs when the embryo resumes its growth.
The pollen-producing (male) reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of an anther and a filament.
The seed-producing (female) reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of the stigma, style, and ovary.
The stem that holds the flower.
The term we get from the Greek words "botane" (plant or herb) and "boskein" (grazing).
The swelling on the end of the pedicel that (1) holds that flower bud as it develops and (2) supports the flower after it has opened.
A flower that is actually made up of several individual flowers, each with an ovule.
A plant ovary that has a single chamber containing many seeds.
A plant ovary that has a hard, woody covering around a single seed.