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1. It is the male reproductive part of the flower.

1. It is the female reproductive part of the flower.

2. It consists of two parts.

2. It consists of three parts.

3. Stamen produces the pollen grains.

3. Pistil bears number of ovules in the ovary.

4. Pollen grains germinate to produce the male gametes.

4. Ovules possess the sac like structure known as the embryo sac. The embryo sacs possess the egg which represents the female gamete.

5. During pollination the pollen grains from the stamen are dispersed.

5. During the pollination the pollen grains after dispersal reaches the stigma where the germination of the pollen grains occurs.


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