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What is the function of the sepals?

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The sepals are the green-leaf like structures that enclose and protect the developing flower. The calyx (which the sepals are the outer part of) protects the bud before it opens. The sepal allows the calyx to open and provides rigid support for the
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Sepal (noun) is a modified leaf, part of the outermost of the four
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petals and sepals help to flower to get fertilized through insects and it attracts insects.That helps for the sexual reproduction.They give nice appearance.Sepals protect the petals
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They protect the bud.
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