The Parts of a Flower Alexa Rahrle Petals

The Parts of a Flower Alexa Rahrle Petals

The Parts of a Flower Alexa Rahrle Petals Anther Filamen t Sepal Ovary Stigm

aStyl Ovul e e Now, each part of a flower has its own function! Lets see what each part does! l u f

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p e t c Th a r t t a y e h

t d n a ! s t c inse The style kee ps the stigma away from the ovar

y to decrease chances of pollen cont amination! o t y k c i t s

s i a m g i t ! n The s e l l

o p t c e l l co The ovule will become the seed once its fertilized! The ovary protects the ovule and will eventually become the fruit!

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e poll flower! The filament is the stalk of the anther! The se p al prot flower ects th when i e

ts dev from b e l oping eing a bud! Which part of the flower will eventually become the fruit? A. Sepal B. Petals

C. Ovary D. Stigma Sorry, thats incorrect! Click the butterfly to go back and try again Thats right! You got it! Click the butterfly to continue on to the next question!

What part of the flower is colorful and attracts insects? A. Pistil B. Petal C. Ovule D. Anther Sorry, thats incorrect! Click the butterfly to go back and try again Thats right! You got

it! Click the butterfly to continue on to the next question! What part of the flower contains pollen? A. Filament B. Style C. Anther D. Stigma Sorry, thats

incorrect! Click the butterfly to go back and try again Thats right! You got it! Click the butterfly to continue on to the next question What part of the flower is sticky to collect pollen? A. Stigma

C. Style B. Ovary D. Sepal Sorry, thats incorrect! Click the butterfly to go back and try again Thats right! You got it!

Click the butterfly to continue on to the last question! What part of the flower is the stalk of the anther? A. Ovule B. Ovary C. Petal D. Filament Sorry, thats incorrect!

Click the butterfly to go back and try again Congratulations! You finished! Now you know all about the parts of a flower and their functions!

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