|How do the terms...||...relate to this diagram?|
|Pistil||Simple: made of just one carpel|
|Superior||Ovary is in superior position, so the flower is hypogynous|
|Perfect||It is perfect: both stamens and carpels in this flower|
|Complete||It is complete: both calyx and corolla in this flower|
|Monoecious||Both male and female in one house together|
|Pollination||Pollen taken from anther of stamen to stigma of carpel|
|Pollen Tube Growth||Nourished by stigma, style, and ovary tissue: chemotropism|
|Syngamy||Two sperm enter ovule, both join in 2 separate syngamy events|
|Embryo||Egg + Sperm = Zygote → Embryonic Plant|
|Seed||Ovule becomes seed|
|Fruit||Ovary wall becomes true fruit|
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