Example of Perfect and Imperfect Flower?

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An example of a perfect flower is one that have functional stamens and carpels. The perfect flowers are also commonly referred to as bisexual by botanists. Imperfect flowers are ones who lack one of the reproductive organs. They are also known as unisexual flowers. Some unisexual flowers can be found on the same plant but in different locations. An example of a perfect flower is a rose or lilies. An example of an imperfect flower is a willow or squash flower. There are many types of each flower found throughout nature.
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