Studying the main parts of a flower, Biology

Studying the main parts of a flower

Study specimens of large easy flowers such as tulips or lilies. Count the stamens and observe how they are arranged about the central pistil. Make large diagrams of the necessary organs. Label the parts of the pistil (stigma, style and ovary).Label the parts of the stamen (filament and anther).

 

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