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Examples of Perfect Flowers?

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A flower is a reproductive structure that is found in flowering plants. When a flower has both functional carpels and stamens, they are said to be perfect flowers. This means that they can make and distribute the male gametes, make the female gamete, and they can also receive the make gamete. Some examples of perfect flower are the rose, tulips, gumamela, santan, lilies, orchids, and cratena. When a flower does not have both functionalities they are called an imperfect flower.
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