What Does The Carpel Do On A Flower?


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The carpel on a flower  is the female reproductive element of a flower. A carpel consists of a stigma (which receives pollen), a style, and an ovary (containing ovules). A group of carpels make up the gynoecium, the complete female reproductive structure within a flower.

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