Name: ___________________________________ Date:_____________ Period:_____________ Pollination Vocabulary Pistil: Female part of the plant (consist of ovary, ovules, style, and stigma). Ovary: Female reproductive part of the flower, contains ovules, and will turn into a fruit. Ovules: Female reproductive cell inside the ovary, when pollinized will turn into seed. Style: Narrow elongated stalk connecting stigma to the ovary. Stigma: Receives the pollen during pollination. Stamen: Male reproductive part of the flower (made up of filament and anther). Filament: Slender part of the stamen that supports the anther. Anther: Part of the stamen that contains pollen. Pollen: Male reproductive cell; fine powder dust. Petal: Modified leaves of a flower that protects its reproductive organs and attracts pollinators. Sepal: Green leaves around the base of the flower that covers the outside of a flower bud to protect the flower before it opens. Pollination: The transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to female reproductive structures in plants. Self-Pollination: The transfer of pollen within the same flower or different flowers of the same plants.