Sperm cells are not formed in the female flower parts, called the Oogonia. The sperms cells are formed within the male flower reproductive organs, called Antheridia. These sperm cells form from spermatogenic tissue.
The sperm tube carries the sperm from the testis to the penis. Sperms are carried in a liquid called semen.
Flowers do not have sperm.
They call it this because most of the sunflower is flower sperm. The sac holding the sunflower seed is full of the sperm.
its called a seed and in many plants it is located in the flower It is located in the stamen.
The pollen grains produced in the anther of the flower contain the sperm cells.
The part of a flower that holds 2 sperm cells is the stamen. The stamen is the male productive organ of the flower and is where pollen is produced.
Flowers do not have sperm and egg. They have stamen and pistil. Insects, mostly bee's get pollen from one flower and when they land on another flower some of it falls off and pollinates that flower.
It might be the anther...
It is the part which keeps the matured sperm
pollin or sperm
HAHAHA you said sperm.
the hapoild male gametophytes (sperm) are produced in the anthers as pollen grains
Pollen grows inside the flower. The pollen acts as a guard for the egg and sperm of the flower. When pollination occurs and the egg and sperm are placed on another plant, fertilization happens to make more new flowers.
The male part of a flower (the stamen) produces pollen, which are the sperm cells.
Boys sperm is called semen. :)