The ovary is one of the structural units from a gynoecium (female reproductive part of plant). The gynoecium is composed of carpels which consists of 3 parts - a style, stigma and ovary.
The ovary contains a cavity that surrounds the ovules, containing female egg cells. Each ovule is connected to a placenta (lines the inside of the ovary). After fertilization, the ovules develop into seeds, causing the carpels to turn into fruit.
female organ of the flower that holds ovules
In flowering plants, the enlarged ovule-bearing portion of the carpel develops into a fruit.
ovary is agynoceium
It is a female structure in the plant (associated with the flower) that, when fertilised with male plant pollen, will form a seed from which a new plant can grow.
The egg cell is located inside the ovary of the flower. The sperm nucleus is located inside the pollentube of the flower
The style, ovary, and stigma are all parts of the pistil in a plant. The stigma grabs onto the pollen, the style leads between the two, and the ovary is where the embryo grows into a seed.
The fruit is the ripened ovary of a plant containing the seeds. After fertilization, the ovary swells and becomes either fleshy or hard and dry to protect the developing seeds.
I think Gymnosperms
Seeds mature within the fruit of a flowering plant; the fruit froms from the ovary
In plants, the female part that makes eggs is the pistil. Inside the pistil is the ovary, and inside the ovary is the ovule.
Seed inside the ovary
The ovary of the flower develops from the basal part of the gynoecium.
Fetilization in plants occurs in the ovary; here the male sperm (from the pollen grain) fuses with the ovule
In a plant, the ovary produces the fruit.
A mature ovary, with seeds inside, is called a fruit.
it is a fruit
Well, technically the whole thing is a plant. The grape itself, or the part you eat, is simply the ovary of the seed inside of it.
eggs in the human and the ovary