What is the purpose of flowers?
Reproduction occurs when?
Pollination goes down into flower, when pollen is in the ovule it is than fertilized.
what are the female parts of the flower?
Pistil is the->stigma, style and ovary(ovule)
What is the ovule?
the ovule is the seed in the ovary( whichis the fruit)
what are the male parts of the flower?
Stamen -> anther and filament
what is the purpose of the anther?
the anther release pollen.
pollination occurs by what?
Wind or bees or bugs
what is the purpose of petals?
To attract pollinators
what is the corolla?
All petals together
What are the sepals?
3-5 leaflike, which are collectively refrerred to as the calyx.
The calyx purpose is?
TO protect the flower bud.
What is the perianth?
all petals and sepals together.
what is the receptacle, and what does it sit on?
all parts sit on the receptacle which is attached to the peduncle.
What is a complete flower?
The flower has all of its parts.
A perfect flower includes what?
Pistil and stamens
what does an imperfect flower miss?
pistil or stamens
a pistillate flower
only has pistils, Female
a staminate flower
only has stamens, Male
when flowers are perfect the are called?
when flowers are imperfect they are called
diclinous, some female and some male
What are the inflorecence?
a group of flowers on a common flower stem.
Monoecious plants are
(one house) female and male parts
one plant is female and another is male.
Ovule + pollen =
fertilization, which leads to seed development.