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Flowers

Flowers have four major parts: the petals, the sepal, the stamen, and the carpal. The petals and the sepal are the pretty, sterile parts of a flower which may attract any number of pollinators. Red petals with no odor indicate that flower is meant for birds; blue petals with an odor mean it is meant for insects; brown petals with an odor are meant for mammals; and no petals or odor means the flower is meant for the wind. These different pollinators end up rubbing against the anther of the stamen and spread pollen to another plant of the same species so it may pollinate the carpal by brushing the pollen against the stigma and eventually having the pollen grow a tube to fertilize the ovary.

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Flowers parts indistinguishable

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Flowers with 2 regular parts

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Flowers with 3 regular parts

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Flowers with 4 regular parts

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Flowers with 5 regular parts

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Flowers with 6 regular parts

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Flowers with 7 or more regular parts

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Irregular flowers










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