What is the stalk part of a stamen?
Daffodils have both pistils and stamens because these are basic reproductive organs of flowering plants. The stamen is the 'male' part, consists of a filament (a stalk) and anthers. The anthers produce pollen. The pistil is the 'female' part and includes the stigma a sticky part for pollen to stick to), the style (stalk) and ovary, where the seed will start to grow.
The anther and the filament are the same because they are both part of the stamen. The stamen in a flower is the male reproductive organs. Although these are both part of the Stamen, they both have a different function in the plant. Filament: The stalk of the Anther. Anther: Contain pollen sacs. The sacs release pollen on to the outside of the anthers that brush against insects on entering the flowers. The pollen once…
The 'stamen' is the male part of a flower and consists of a 'filament' and 'anther' where 'pollen' is produced. The 'pistil' is the female part, which consists of the 'stigma', 'style', and 'ovary' containing 'ovules'. After fertilization the ovules mature into seeds. The two parts of a stamen are the anther and filament.