Parts of Flowers Form 1 Science

Parts of Flowers Form 1 Science

Plants are like any other living organism. They need to reproduce. Male reproductive organ of flowers are filament and anthers while female reproductive are stigma, ovary ovule. Students  must learn how to label and determine the function of each part.

Structure Function
Sepals Protect the unopened flower
Petals May be brightly coloured to attract insects
Stamens The male parts of the flower (each consists of an anther held up on a filament)
Anthers Produce male sex cells (pollen grains)
Stigma The top of the female part of the flower which collects pollen grains
Ovary Produces the female sex cells (contained in the ovules)
Nectary Produce a sugary solution called nectar, which attracts insects

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