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The Parts of a Flower. Sixth Grade Science Mrs. Taylor. A flower is made up of rings The outermost ring is made of SEPAL The next ring inside of the sepal are the PETALS Inside the petals are a ring of STAMEN And last, in the CENTER of the flower is the PISTIL. The Parts of a Flower.

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the parts of a flower

The Parts of a Flower

Sixth Grade Science

Mrs. Taylor

the parts of a flower2
A flower is made up of rings

The outermost ring is made of SEPAL

The next ring inside of the sepal are the PETALS

Inside the petals are a ring of STAMEN

And last, in the CENTER of the flower is the PISTIL

The Parts of a Flower

Click on the underlined words above to learn more about that part of a flower.

the sepals
The Sepals
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

the petals
The Petals

Fun Facts about Petals:

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

Petals attract pollinators.

  • Petal
the stamen
The Stamen

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Click here to learn about the parts of a Stamen

the parts of a stamen
The Parts of a Stamen

The stamen is made of two parts the Anther and the Filament.

Filament

Anther

The Filament is a stalk like structure that holds up the Anther.

The Anther produces the pollen cells.

the pistil
The Pistil

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Click here to learn about the parts of a Pistil

the parts of a pistil
The Parts of a Pistil
  • The pistil is made of three parts the Stigma, the Style, and the Ovary.

The Stigma is the sticky surface at the top of the pistil.

The ovary is at the base of the pistil and holds the ovules.

Graphic taken from http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case4/c4facts1a.html

The Style is the tube like stalk that holds the stigma up.

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now it is time for your quiz
Now it is time for your Quiz!
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question 1
Question #1
  • What is the Female Reproductive organ of the plant called?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • Sepal C. Pistil

B. Anther D. Stamen

question 2
Question #2
  • What is the Male Reproductive organ of the plant called?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • Sepal C. Petal

B. Style D. Stamen

question 3
Question #3
  • What is a Petal?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • The Female Reproductive Organ

B. The Male Reproductive Organ

C. The protection for the flower bud

D. The colorful part of the flower that attracts pollinators

question 4
Question #4
  • What is a Sepal?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • The Female Reproductive Organ

B. The Male Reproductive Organ

C. The protection for the flower bud

D. The colorful part of the flower that attracts pollinators

question 5
Question #5
  • The anther and filament are parts
  • of what flower part?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • Sepal C. Pistil

B. Petal D. Stamen

question 6
Question #6
  • The ovary, stigma, and style are
  • parts of what flower part?

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  • Sepal C. Pistil

B. Petal D. Stamen

question 7
Question #7
  • The Ovary of a flower holds and produces the _________.

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  • Ovules C. Pistil

B. Anther D. Pollen

question 8
Question #8
  • The Anther of the flower holds and produces the __________.

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • Ovules C. Pistil

B. Anther D. Pollen

question 9
Question #9
  • What are the Male sex cells
  • of a flowering plant called?

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  • Stamen C. Pistil

B. Style D. Pollen

question 10
Question #10
  • What are the Female sex cells of the flowering plant called?

Click on the answer you think is correct.

  • Ovules C. Pistil

B. Anther D. Pollen

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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INCORRECT!

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the sepals review
The Sepals Review
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

Back to Quiz

the parts of a stamen review
The Parts of a Stamen Review

The stamen is made of two parts the Anther and the Filament.

Filament

Anther

The Filament is a stalk like structure that holds up the Anther.

The Anther produces the pollen cells.

Back to Quiz

the stamen review
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the stamen review64
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the sepals review65
The Sepals Review
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

Back to Quiz

the petals review
The Petals Review

Fun Facts about Petals:

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

Petals attract pollinators.

  • Petal

Back to Quiz

the parts of a pistil review
The Parts of a Pistil Review
  • The pistil is made of three parts the Stigma, the Style, and the Ovary.

The Stigma is the sticky surface at the top of the pistil.

The ovary is at the base of the pistil and holds the ovules.

Graphic taken from http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case4/c4facts1a.html

The Style is the tube like stalk that holds the stigma up.

Back to Quiz

the pistil review
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the stamen review69
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the sepals review70
The Sepals Review
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

Back to Quiz

the pistil review71
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the stamen review72
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the petals review73
The Petals Review

Fun Facts about Petals:

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

Petals attract pollinators.

  • Petal

Back to Quiz

the sepals review74
The Sepals Review
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

Back to Quiz

the petals review75
The Petals Review

Fun Facts about Petals:

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

Petals attract pollinators.

  • Petal

Back to Quiz

the pistil review76
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the sepals review77
The Sepals Review
  • Sepal

Fun Facts about Sepals:

Sepal are found at the base of the flower.

Sepal look like green petals

Sepals help protect the developing bud.

Back to Quiz

the petals review78
The Petals Review

Fun Facts about Petals:

Petals are the colorful part of a flower.

Petals attract pollinators.

  • Petal

Back to Quiz

the stamen review79
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the parts of a stamen review80
The Parts of a Stamen Review

The stamen is made of two parts the Anther and the Filament.

Filament

Anther

The Filament is a stalk like structure that holds up the Anther.

The Anther produces the pollen cells.

Back to Quiz

the pistil review81
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the pistil review82
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the parts of a stamen review83
The Parts of a Stamen Review

The stamen is made of two parts the Anther and the Filament.

Filament

Anther

The Filament is a stalk like structure that holds up the Anther.

The Anther produces the pollen cells.

Back to Quiz

the stamen review84
The Stamen Review

Stamen are the Male reproductive organs of a flower.

The stamen produce the Male sex cells called pollen cells.

Stamen

Back to Quiz

the parts of a pistil review85
The Parts of a Pistil Review
  • The pistil is made of three parts the Stigma, the Style, and the Ovary.

The Stigma is the sticky surface at the top of the pistil.

The ovary is at the base of the pistil and holds the ovules.

Graphic taken from http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case4/c4facts1a.html

The Style is the tube like stalk that holds the stigma up.

Back to Quiz

the pistil review86
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

the parts of a stamen review87
The Parts of a Stamen Review

The stamen is made of two parts the Anther and the Filament.

Filament

Anther

The Filament is a stalk like structure that holds up the Anther.

The Anther produces the pollen cells.

Back to Quiz

the pistil review88
The Pistil Review

Pistil

  • The Pistil is the Female reproductive organ of a flower.
  • The Pistil produces the Female sex cells called ovules (egg cells).

Back to Quiz

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INCORRECT!

Click here to refresh your memory about the Stamen

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Correct!

Nice Job 

Congratulations on finishing your quiz!

for more flower part info
Check out:

http://www.botany.uwc.ac.za/ecotree/flowers/flowerparts.htm

There is a game that you can play and learn more about the parts of a flower!

For more Flower Part Info….