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 and the stamen is the male part.
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I think in botanical terms it the ovum, in mammals the ovaries.
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