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Anatomy Of A Flower Blossom The anatomy of a flower reproductive structure provides for flowering plants. Thus the anatomy of the flower is ready to produce seeds through sexual reproduction, because the flower structure is composed of both sexes, so thanks to the anatomy of the flower, the same can fertilize the ovary, thanks pollination. The anatomy of the flower, is the result of a modified branch usually consists of four whorls or floors, consisting of several modified leaves, which are called antofilos. Among the various components that are part of the anatomy of the flower are: The perianth: the anatomical component of the flower represents the non-reproductive. Another is comprised of: The corolla is formed by the petals of the flower, which are components of colorful flowers, is a party which means more in regard to the quality ornamental. The specific role of petals in the anatomy of the flower is to attract the pollinators through their fragrance. The calyx is the green of the flowers and is one of the elements with a stronger consistency. His pieces are called sepals. Sometimes the flower petals and sepals of the same color, so the whole set is called tepals. The androecium: represents within the anatomy of the flower the male component. Its structure is formed by the stamens. Each stamen is divided into two parts: The core is an elongated sheet at the end has a small pouch, which contains the pollen. The anther is the same bag that sits on top of the filament, which contains the pollen grains. The gynoecium: contains the carpel and in speaking of this part of the anatomy flora, refers to the female part of the flower and thus giving way to play. In the case of a modified leaf, but still retains the green color of the plant....

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