Monday, April 28, 2008

Flower anatomy

Flowering plants are heterosporangiate and the pollen and ovules are formed in different organs, but these are together in a bisporangiate strobilus that is the typical flower. A flower is regarded as a modified stem with shortened internodes and behavior, at its nodes, structures that may be vastly adapted leaves. In spirit, a flower structure forms on a modified shoot or axis with an apical moisten that does not grow constantly. The stem is called a pedicel, the last part of which is the tours or container.

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