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Flower head or cap (grch. cover, lid) above the flower buds; see there.

The flower bud of the cultivated grapevine is a hermaphrodite flower, i.e. it contains the male and female sexual organs united in a single flower bud. The male sexual organs are the pollen-producing stamens or stamens (stamens, Mz. Stamina), which consist of the stem-shaped filament and the yellowish anthers at the tip. The entirety of all stamens of a flower is the androecium. An anthers contains four pollen sacs in which the pollen grains are formed with the haploid (n=19) male gametes (fertilisation hormones). In the vine flower, five of these free-standing stamens surround the female sexual organ, the ovary, in a circular pattern. The ovary consists of two fused together carpels, which contain two compartments with ovules inside. This is why the grapevine is one of the flowering plants with angiosperms

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The ovary merges at its tip into the stylus, which ends in the scar (stigma). The disc-shaped stigma is a spongy tissue that...

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