BJU Life Science Student Text, 4th Edition (7th grade Start studying BJU Life Science Student Text, 4th Edition (7th grade) Chapter 11. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Leaf-life structures positioned outermost at the base of a flower. They protect the flower while it is developing Cross-pollination. Lesson Plan | Flowers Seeking Pollinators Flowers have both male and female parts. Pollination is achieved when the pollen from the male part, the stamen, is transferred to the female part, the stigma. This can happen between the male and female parts of one flower (self-pollination) or between separate flowers of the same species (cross-pollination). Flowers can’t do it themselves.
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