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Flower Anatomy. Cheryl Dever Heather Haney Ginny Owens. Start Here . Flower Anatomy. Outer Parts. Inner Parts. Resources. Outer Parts. Petals. Calyx. Peduncle. Receptacle. Receptacle . Back to Outer Parts.

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flower anatomy

Flower Anatomy

Cheryl Dever

Heather Haney

Ginny Owens

Start Here

flower anatomy2
Flower Anatomy

Outer Parts

Inner Parts

Resources

outer parts
Outer Parts

Petals

Calyx

Peduncle

Receptacle

receptacle
Receptacle

Back to Outer Parts

  • Receptacle is the flower’s attachment to the stalk and in some cases becomes part of the fruit after fertilization.
petals
Petals

Back to Outer Parts

  • Petals are used to attract insects into the flower. They may have guidelines on them and be scented.
calyx
Calyx

Back to Outer Parts

  • Calyx is the collection of individual sepals.
  • What are sepals?
sepals
Sepals

Back to Outer Parts

  • Sepals are the small leaves under the flower. They protect the flower and elevate the flower for the insects.
peduncle
Peduncle

Back to Outer Parts

  • Peduncle is the stem of a flower.
inner parts
Inner Parts

Stamen

Pistil

pistil
Pistil

Back to Inner Parts

Stigma

The pistil is the female reproductive organ of the flower. There are 3 parts of the pistil.

Style

Ovary

stigma style and ovary
Stigma, Style, and Ovary

Inner Parts

  • The stigma receives the pollen during fertilization.
  • The style is a tube on top of the ovary.
  • The ovary is where the ovules are produced.
  • *What are ovules?*

Stigma

Style

Ovary

stamen
Stamen

Inner Parts

Anther

The stamen is the male reproductive part of the flower. There are 2 parts of the stamen.

Filament

anther and filament
Anther and Filament

Inner Parts

Anther

  • The filament is the stalk of the anther.
  • The anther produces the pollen.
  • *What is pollen?*

Filament

ovules
Ovules

Inner Parts

Ovules are the female reproductive cells or eggs.

Ovules

pollen
Pollen

Inner Parts

Pollen

Pollen consists of the male reproductive cells. They fertilize the ovules.

resources
Resources
  • http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/plants/printouts/floweranatomy.shtml.
  • http://www.naturegrid.org.uk/qca/flowerparts.html.
  • Graphics provided by Cheryl Dever