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Why are the tulip flowers called tulips?
tulips are called tulips from the word tulipa gesneriana
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A tulip is a flower.
Tulips are considered perfect flowers. These flowers have male andfemale reproductive parts, known as the androecium and gynoecium,which makes them complete.
A tulip is a flower. Sometimes can mean different things aswell.
A complete flower has all four parts: sepal, petals, stamen (male)and pistil (female). A perfect flower just has the male and female parts. The tulip is a complete flower. …. Sepals (3 - aka calyx) protect the bud. . Petals (in groups of 3) are a variety of colors. . Stamen (usually 6) are topped with the pollen. . One pistil is in the center, at the base of which are theegg-containing ovaries.
no. of petals,stamen.petal ,pistil does tulip have
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No. Tulips are a kind of flower.
The scientific full name of the tulip therefore is ' Tulipa Liliaceae'
Kannada is a language spoken in India, especially in the state ofKarnataka. Believe it or not, the English "tulip" is pronounced"tulip" in Kannada. The tulip plant was introd…uced to Europe from Turkey. The word,tulip originated in Persia from a word meaning "turban" becausesomeone thought the flower looked like a turban.