Describe the structure of the flower and the functions it performs.

The female parts of the flower are composed of an ovary that contains one or more eggs, style and stigma. The ovary is located at the base of the flower.

Extending from the ovary is a tubular structure called the style, and at the top of the style is a surface susceptible to pollen called stigma.

Stigma can take many different forms, most of which are designed to help pollen. There are many variations on this basic structural theme.

After fertilization, the egg becomes a seed and the ovary becomes a fetus.

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