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 What holds up the anther in a flower?

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Where is the anther of a flower located?

What is the purpose of the anther of the flower?

The anther is where pollen is produced and stored.
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Parts of a Flower: Anther?

The anther is part of a sophisticated reproduction system in angiosperms or common flowering plants. The common flower is generally an hermaphrodite and contains both male and female parts. The ant... Read More »
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How many pollen cells are present in each anther?

The amount of pollen cells (also known as diploid microsporocytes) that are present in each anther vary from one anther to the next, but they are numbered in the thousands.References:"Umanitoba.ca"... Read More »
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