GCSE Biology 3rd edition

Buttercup Stamen

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Buttercup Stamen
The male part of the flower consists of stamens. The stalk of the stamen is the filament. At the end of the filament is an anther which contains pollen grains. The pollen grains contain the male reproductive cells (gametes).

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