anonymous
  • anonymous
In a flower , the female sex cells, or eggs, are produced by the________. Pollen, which contains the male sex cells, is produced by the _____________.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi MJN1 - Flowers have male parts (stamens) and female parts (carpels). Seeds are made when pollen from the stamen meets the flowers eggs inside the carpals. Stamens contain an anther (which makes pollen) and a filament which supports the anther. Here's an article that describes in more detail how it all happens: http://www.brighthubeducation.com/science-homework-help/116500-male-and-female-reproductive-parts-of-a-flower/ Hope this helps
anonymous
  • anonymous
In a flower , the female sex cells, or eggs, are produced by the ovary . Pollen, which contains the male sex cells, is produced by the male cones or micro spores.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The female sex cells are produced by the ovules which are in the ovary, located in the pistil (female plant reproductive organ), the pollen is produced by the anther which is located on top of the stamen (male reproductive organ)

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