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Sepals - One of the normally separate, green parts that encompass and shield the bloom bud and reach out from the base of a blossom after it has opened. Sepals have a tendency to happen in the same number as the petals and to be focused over the petal divisions.
petals - are changed leaves that encompass the regenerative parts of blooms. They are regularly brilliantly shaded or strangely formed to draw in pollinators.
stamens- The male regenerative piece of a bloom
carpels -The piece of a pistil of a blossoming plant that encases an ovary.
ovary - the female gonad or regenerative organ, in which the ova and the hormones that control female optional sex qualities create.
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