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Tp diagramme floral

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Tp diagramme floral

  1. 1. DIAGRAMME FLORAL NOM – Prénom :1. Fleur de Bauhinia sp.2. Fleur de Caesalpinia pulcherrina
  2. 2. Représentation des différentes pièces florales. Quelques exemples de diagrammes floraux.
  3. 3. Flower structure - Caesalpinia pulcherrimaThe conspicuous part of many flowers consists of the petals which are white or brightlycoloured. The petals serve to attract insects which help pollinate the flower.The sepals are usually small and green. They enclose the flower when it is in the bud.The male part of the flower consists of stamens. The stalk of the stamen is thefilament. At the end of the filament is an anther which contains pollen grains. Thepollen grains contain the male reproductive cells (gametes).The female part of the flower consists of carpels. Each carpel consists of an ovarywhich contains an ovule which is the female gamete. Extending from the ovary is a stylewhich ends in a stigma which receives the pollen from another flower.The ovules when fertilized will become seeds, while the whole ovary will be the fruit.The receptacle is the expanded end of the flower stalk. All the parts of the flower areattached to the receptacle.Nectaries are swellings, often at the base of the ovary or on the receptacle, whichproduce a sugary solution called nectar. Insects visit the flower and drink or collectthis nectar. The half-flower A drawing of a half-flower is a convenient method of representing flower structure. The flower is cut in halves with a razor blade. The outline of the cut surface is drawn, and the structures visible behind these are filled in.
  4. 4. Flower structure - Caesalpinia anther filament Stamen stigma style Sepal Petal Carpel ovary Flower parts of CaesalpiniaCaesalpinia pulcherrimaFive sepals, not joined; five petals, one being much narrower than the rest and having anectary at its base; a single ring of ten stamens with very long filaments; a single pod-shaped ovary which contains a row of ovules, and has a long style projecting from it.

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