What Is the Middle of a Flower Called?

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The middle of a flower is called a stamen. The stamen is the pollen producing part of a plant while the stigma is the part that receives pollen grains and on which they germinate. Other parts of a flower are anthers, petals, sepal and style.
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Flowers are important in making seeds. They can be made up of different parts, but there are some parts that are basic equipment. The main flower parts are the male part called the stamen and the female part called the pistil. The centre of the flower is called the stigma.
In the center of a flower is the male reproductive part called a stamen. Each stamen has a stalk called the filament. On top of the filament is the anther. The anther carries the pollen.
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