What Are the Male and Female Parts of a Plant?

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The male part of a flower is the stamen, together with the anther and the filament. The main female part of a flower is the pistil, and is supported by the stigma, style, ovary which carries the seeds and turns into a fruit and the ovule which is a part of the ovary that becomes the seed.
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The Pistil is the female part of a flowering plant.
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The stamen, which is a male part of the Fast Plant, contains the anther and filament. The anther is a small part that is responsible for pollen production in plants and flowers. The
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A mature male bearded dragon may have two parallel bulges on the underside of his tail; these bulges are located just above the "vent" at the tail's base. If a bearded dragon
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you can differentiate by examin the flower. the flower has two part. upper part and lower part. the lower part of the flower is female organ. this is called ovary. it is oval shape.
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