Parts Of Hibiscus Flower
The stamen has two parts.
Parts of hibiscus flower. Anthers sit on a long thin tube called a filament. The floral axis is the support on which the parts are arranged. It grows in warm temperate tropical and semi tropical climates. Together these organs make up the male part of the flower known as the stamen.
Parts of a flower and their functions. The articulation is where parts join at a point of attachment such as a leaf to stem. Hibiscus flowers can be classified into many types like hibiscus amottianus hibiscus hirtis and the pink hibiscus. Anthers are two tube shaped objects that release the pollen.
Hibiscus is described as a flowering plant of the family malvaceae. The hibiscus is used as an offering to goddess kali and lord ganesha in hindu worship. Many flowers have male parts and female parts. A modified and condensed shoot useful for reproduction in angiosperms is called flower.
The pedicel is a smaller stalk or branch where a flower blooms. This is a video made by me to show the various parts of a hibiscus flower. It is useful for primary 5 students in singapore as sometimes it can be difficult to show such a procedure in class. Hibiscus is a great flower to photograph.
Some flowers have a few stamens but the hibiscus flowers have hundreds. Male part stamen. The shoot system contains the flowers stems and leaves. The parts of a flower that are often conspicuously colored.
Famous scientists like linnaeus gaspard bauhin goethe de candolle described flower as a modified. Just like other flowers the hibiscus flower has parts that include the sepal peduncle and petals. The outer parts of the flower often green and leaf like that enclose a developing bud. Anthers pollen producing part.
Other parts are the pistil anther stigma and style. The male parts of the flower are responsible for producing pollen.