Sexual Reproduction In Flowering Plants | Fertilization

The reproductive parts angiosperms are located in the flower. Stamen is the male reproductive part and it produces pollen grains that are yellowish in color. Carpel is present in the center of a flower and is the female reproductive part. It is made of three parts. The swollen bottom part is the ovary, the middle elongated part is the style and the terminal part which maybe sticky is the stigma. The ovary contains ovules and each ovule has an egg cell. This video contains more information on why flower is required for sexual reproduction in plants.

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