• anonymous
Which of the following best explains how the stamens are important to plant reproduction? A. They contain nectar and proteins that attract insect pollinators. B. They grow into the pollen tube, which allows pollen to travel to the egg. C. They are the female part of the plant and hold ovules and the embryo. D.They are the male part of the plant and hold the pollen in their anthers.
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  • TheStudyOwl
Hi, Well this is the definition of stamen: The male fertilizing organ of a flower, typically consisting of a pollen-containing anther and a filament. So with this definition I think you can figure it out(: Hope I helped!(:

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