Monocot or Dicot?
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Life cycle of a Lily Flower
The life cycle of a lily flower begins with a single seed. Once mature, the plant reproduces by growing a flower, which is the sexual part of the plant that produces seeds.
Male Sex Organs:
The male sex organ is called the Anther, and there are several in each lily flower.
Female Sex Organs:
THe female portions of the flower are called the stigma, pistil and ovule. The ovule contains the unfertilized ova of the plant.
Pollination is accomplished when pollen grains, the male gametes of the plant are transferred to the stigma by an insect or other physical action
The pollen grains come in contact with the stigma and stick to it. Pollen travels down a path called a pollen tube through the pistil into the ovule to fertilize the ova.
Seeds form in the lily flower. As the seeds mature, the flower dies, and a seed pod grows. The pod eventually releases its seeds.
Common name, Genus, and Specie
Pink Lily Flower
Two Fertilizers, The purpose of both
Either an animal will bring the pollen over- purpose is to pollenate the flower to see a big and beautiful flower grow.
Or another object will- Purpose to help it grow
Two Common Insects that affect Lilies