What Flower Part Contains Egg Cells?


Flowers or blooms contain egg cells in the female portion of the bloom called the pistil. Egg cells will create seeds to help the flower reproduce or make new plants of the same species.



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Hand Pollination

  • Pollination can be completed by hand but is very tedious. A small object like a cotton swab can be used to gather pollen from the anther and deposit it on the stigma. This process may be used in controlled greenhouses or laboratories to impregnate egg cells where insects are not welcome guests.

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