Question

 Where in a flower are male gametes located?

Answer The male gametes are located in the pollen of the flower. Hence, the new growth of flowers through the process of pollination.-----------------In general it is located in the stamen region of the f... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_in_a_flower_are_male_gametes_located

Top Q&A For: Where in a flower are male gametes located

Where is the pollen located on a flower?

Pollen is produced by the male part of the flower. The pollen is found on stalk-like structures in the center of the flower, called anthers. Anthers grow in sets of two and are more commonly known ... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2022100

Where is the anther of a flower located?

A flower with male organs only?

These types of flowers are known as an imperfect flower with either fertile male or fertile female organs, but not both, on the same flower. Spruce, pines, ash and maples have imperfect flowers. G... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/A_flower_with_male_organs_only

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 »
http://www.ehow.com/how_6384457_distinguish-male-female-part-flower.html


feedback
loading