What plant contains both male and female structures?
A monoecious plant.
Flowers can be male, female or both. If the flowers have male and female structures they are said to be perfect. Imperfect flowers have either male or female reproductive structures. If a plant has male and female flowers on one plant it is said to be monoecious (which means "one house"). Squash and corn plants are monoecious. If the male and female flowers are on separate plants, they are said to be dioecious (which means…
Yes, it is quite common for flowers to be both male and female. They contain structures called pistils and stamens. The pistil is female because it receives the male gamete (in the form of pollen) and combines it with the female gamete to form a plant embryo. The stamen is male because it releases pollen (the male gamete).
A simple plant structure contains the roots, lateral and primary, and the shoot which consits of the stem, flowers and leaves. Then there are the male and female parts of the plant: The male part of the flower is known as the Stamen which is made up of a filament (the fine hair-like stalk that the anther sits on top of) and the anther (which produces and contains pollen). The number of stamen is usually…
Plant and animal cells have certain structures in common they also have certain structures that are different Why?
Plant and animal cells are both eukaryotic and thus they are similar in many ways However plant cells have some structures that are not present in animal cells Which of the following structures ar?
If pollen is transferred from the male plant or a male part of a plant to a female plant or female plant part, then it is possible for fertilization to occur. In plants that have both male and female plants, they can actually self-pollinate. In nature, other mechanism for cross-pollination include transport via wind, on the fur of animals, and on insects.