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sepal
modified leaf of the outermost ring of a flower; covers and protects the flower bud before it opens
petal
one of the modified leaves of the second ring of a flower (inside the sepals)
anther
long stalk at the top of a flower's stamen where meiosis produces spores that develop into pollen
embryo sac
female gametophyte in a flower containing seven haploid cells, one of which is an egg cell
style
narrow structure in a flower; has a sticky tip (the stigma) and leads to the ovary
stigma
sticky tip of the style in a flower carpel
pollination
process in which pollen grains released from anthers land on the stigma of the flower
pollen tube
structure that extends from a pollen grain and carries sperm to the female gameophyte
cotyledon
structure in a seed that functions in the storage and transfer of nutrients to the embryo
germination
process by which a plant embryo begins to grow
vegetative reproduction
method of asexual reproduction in plants