What is the stigma function?

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The. stigma. (from. Ancient Greek. στίγμα. stigma. meaning. mark. or. puncture. usually found at the tip of the style, the portion of the structure that receives the. pollen. (male. gametophytes. It is commonly sticky or feathery to capture pollen.
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