Flower Info Listing From Mark To Ovary



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Botanical name English name Description
M
Stigma Mark
F_stigma This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The portion of the pistil which recieves the pollen.

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Umbel (Compound) Multiple umbrella
F_umbel_compound This Refers To the
Flower type
A flat-topped or rounded flower cluster in which the individual flower stalks arise from about the same point and a further cluster arise from each individual flower stalk.

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O
Monocoecious One house
F_monoecious This Refers To the
Type Of Flower
A botanical term used to describe plants or flowers in which male and female organs (Anthers and Stigmas) are found on the same plant but in different flowers; for example Begonias, maize, Hazelnut et al. Unlike Dioecious plants which has male and female flowers on different plants and Hermaphrodite plants which has both reproductive reproductive parts on one flower.

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Ovary Ovary
F_ovary This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The ovary is the part of the carpel which holds the ovule(s) and is located at the bottom part of the flower. After pollination, the ovary will grow into the fruit, while the ovule(s) become the seed(s).

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