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 Female reproductive part in a flower?

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Which part of the flower contains the female reproductive system?

According to the University of Arizona Extension manual for Master Gardeners, the pistil of a flower contains the female reproductive system. The pistil is a long structure in the center of the flo... Read More »
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What is the female part of a flower called?

The female part of the flower is called the pistil. The pistil consists of four parts: the stigma traps the pollen, the style is the stem that connects the stigma to the ovary, the ovary hold the ... Read More »
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How to Distinguish Between the Male & Female Part of a Flower?

Flowers shapes, sizes and colors vary widely by plant species. However, most flowers do contain recognizable male and/or female reproductive parts. A single flower can have a mix of male and female... Read More »
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Reproductive System of a Flower for School Children?

Flowers are the reproductive organs of some plants. Flowers have both male and female reproductive organs. The male reproductive part is called the stamen, which includes the anther and the filamen... Read More »
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