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Vegetal biology



Structure of a flower: part of the plant that contains the reproductive organs.
Stigma: part of the pistil that receives the pollen.
Style: central part of the pistil.
Ovary: lower part of the pistil which produces eggs.
Pistil: the set of female parts of a flower.
Receptacle: part of the flower to which the other parts are attached.
Pedicel: the stalk supporting the flower.
Sepal: each parts of the calyx of a flower.
Petal: each parts of the corolla of a flower.
Filament: male reproductive organ of a flower.
Anther: part of the stamen that produces the pollen.

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