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 Where is the anther of a flower located?

Answer the middle of the flower near the stigma
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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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What holds up the anther in a flower?

What is the purpose of the anther of the flower?

The anther is where pollen is produced and stored.
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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 »
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