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Chapter 29, Problem 1CT, Label the parts of the nower shown above.

Label the parts of the nower shown above.

Summary Introduction

To label: The parts of the flower.

Concept introduction: Flower is a reproductive part of a modified thick shoot of an angiosperm plant. In order to carry out the sexual reproduction, it involves the conversion of the shoot apical meristem into floral meristem. There involves various parts that make up the structure of flower.

Explanation
The structure of flower involves various parts. The four main structures are- stamen, carpel, petals and sepals as shown in Fig.1.

  • Petals - The largest part of a flower which is brightly colored are called petals. They consist of corolla which is the ring of petals.
  • Sepals – The outermost part of the flower which protects the developing bud are called sepals. They are the leaf-like structures, which consist of calyx, the ring of sepals.
  • Anther – Anther is categorized under stamens, which is the male reproductive part of the flower. Anthers help to produce the pollen grains.
  • Filament – Filament is categorized under stamens, which is the male reproductive part of the flower. Filaments will hold up and support the anther for the production of pollen grains...

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