What Is the Reproductive Part of a Plant Called?

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The reproductive part of a plant has a male part which is referred to as a stamen and consists of an anther which produces the pollen and a filament. The female reproductive organ is called the carpel which has an ovary, a style, and a stigma which receives the pollen during fertilization.
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The pistil is the collective term for the female reproductive
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The ovary, part of the female reproductive system of a plant, contains ovules. The ovary is the seed-bearing part of a plant. The stamen, the male reproductive part of a plant, contains
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stamens r the male reproductive part.A stamen consists of an anther (which produces pollen) and a filament. The pollen consists of the male reproductive cells; they fertilize ovules
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