What Is the Main Function of a Flower?


The main function of a flower is pollination or reproduction as it provides a platform for the sexual reproductive organ and it acts as a mechanism for attracting pollinators such as bees, butterflies and bats.
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The main function of a flower is reproduction or pollination. There are three steps that the flower reproduces, first one being pollination. Most flowers rely on butterflies, bees, bats or hummingbirds to assist in the pollination process, whereby they carry the pollen from one plant to another, while others rely on the wind for transport of pollen. Second step is fertilization whereby the pollen grain fertilizes the female gametes of the plant and 3rd step is the formation of seeds.
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