Lily flower reproduction

Lily flower reproduction

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Caption: Lily flower reproduction. Reproductive parts of a lily flower (Lilium sp.). The male stamens consist of a filament topped by a pollen bearing anther (orange). The female part of the flower consists of a style topped by a sticky tip (stigma, green). The stigma recieves pollen, which is transported to the flower's ovaries (not seen), where fertilisation takes place.

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