In flowering plants, male and female reproductive structures can be found in the same individual plant. The organ of a sexual reproduction is the flower.
|Sepals||Protect the unopened flower bud|
|Petals||May be brightly coloured to attract insects|
|Stamens||The male parts of the flower consisting of the anther held up on the filament|
|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)|
|Nectary||May be present to produce sugary nectar to attract insects|