What are the male and female gametes in a flower called?

What are the male and female gametes of a flower?

Sites of gamete production in flowering plants

Structure Function
Anthers Produce male gametes (in pollen grains)
Stigma The top of the female part of the flower which collects pollen grains
Ovary The bottom of the female part of the flower – produces the female gametes (ovules)

What are the names of the male and female gametes in animals?

The gametes in animals are sperm (male) and eggs (female). The gametes in flowering plants are pollen (male) and ovules (female).

What are gametes in a plant called?

In plants pollen grains contain the male gametes, which are made in the anthers. In plants the female gametes are called ovules and they are made in the ovaries. In animals male gametes are called sperm, which are produced in the testes.

What is the union of male and female gametes of plant is called?

Union of male and female gametes is called is called “Syngamy” in plants and “Fertilization” in animals. After union it’s called zygote.

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