Reproductive parts of a lily flower

Reproductive parts of a lily flower

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Caption: Lily. Macrophotograph of a lily flower (Lilium x 'Mona Lisa') showing its stamens and carpel. The shorter stamens (male reproductive parts) consist of a pollen-bearing anther (bright red) on the end of a stalk-like filament (white/green). The taller central carpel is fertilized by pollen which lands on its tip (stigma, upper centre) and travels down its style (green). Tulips are popular garden plants which flower in April and May.

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Keywords: anther, anthers, botany, carpel, flower, flowering part, lilium x mona lisa, lily, macrophoto, nature, parts, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, reproductive parts, sex organ, stamen, stamens, stigma, style, type

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