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Which of the following flower tissues is reproductive? carpel petal sepal tepal

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    i think it is the sepal but im not sure

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    i know its not tepals

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    actually would it be the carpel

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    lol...its carpel.....dude...

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    haha thank you

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    Explain >:O

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    because the sepal and petals are non reproductive on the flower and the tepal is the sepal and petal together leaving carpel

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    Needhomeworkhelp, the correct answer is the Carpel. It is the female reproductive structure in the flower. The Carpel is also referred to as the Pistil and it is located at the center of the flower. The pistil has three parts: the stigma, which is the sticky or feathery tip of the pistil. This is where pollen grains will stick to the stigma during pollination. There is also the Style, which is a long, slender stalk that connects the stigma to the ovary, and there is the third part of the pistil called the Ovary. This is the enlarged structure at the base of the pistil, which contains one or more ovules. Each ovule contains a female sex cell(ovum).

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