is "female": contains an ovary and ovule(s).
Stamens are "male": produce
flower structures in flowers are the corolla
(petals) and the calyx (sepals). Sometimes
one or both of these are lacking, and sometimes they are difficult
is the basal area of a flower which bears the parts;
the pedicel is the flower stalk.
or bractlets are leaf-like or petal-like
appendages, sometimes attached to the base of a pedicel or in an
inflorescence in many plants.
and tubes maybe present, as same with
calyx. Petals or sepals may be lobed or fringed.
be simple (one unit), or compound
(several fused, or separate units per flower).