How plants produce seeds
Last updated 07 February 2012, created 07 February 2012, viewed 1,230
Plants produce flowers to make seeds. To make a seed a flower must be pollinated. Pollen from the male part of one flower travels to the female part of another flower where the seeds are made. Most but not all plants have both male and female parts inside one flower. The stigma is usually in the cen More…tre and the stamens, which produce the pollen, cluster around it. The petals act like an advertisement to attract various animals which will carry the pollen from one flower to another.