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What does the petal of a flower do?

My science book says... that the petal is used to attract pollinators. The purpose of petals is to attract insects or other animals to the flower. based of the information ab (MORE)

What role do petals and sepals have in reproduction?

Petals are big and brightly coloured to attract insects for pollination. Sepals are green, so they can conduct photosynthesis. Thay make food for the flower. Flowers are the r (MORE)

What is the difference in leaves and petals?

A leaf can photsynthesis where as a petal cannot, the petal is  missing the layer which contains chloroplasts. The loss of this  layer means that petals are usually 1/2 the (MORE)

Is there a flower with 7 petals?

No there is not.    The number of petals is directly related to the type of plant:    Monocotyledonous plants have floral parts (eg.  petals and anther's) in mu (MORE)

What is a PETAL paragraph?

P= make a point that answers the question E= give some evidence (a quotation) to back up your point T = name the technique used by the writer in the quote A= analyse the techn (MORE)
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What does a petal in the plant do?

Petals are mainly for show, reflecting bright colors like runway lights for insects to pick up/deposit pollen (and flag where they can feed on tasty nectar). Some petals have (MORE)