Anther: The portion of the stamen that provides pollen.
Filament: The stalk in the stamen holding up the anther.
Genus: A family of plants in the Linnaean taxonomy, containing one or more species.
Ovary: Contains one or more ovules in a placental membrane; each ovule contains an egg that when fertilized becomes a seed.
Pistil: Female sexual organ of a flower, usually comprised of a stigma, style, and ovary.
Pollen: Carries sperm cells during the process of their movement between a stamen to the pistil of a flower.
Species: A basic unit of classification, and a taxonomic rank. Members of a species are often defined by whether they can reproduce with each other.
Stamen: Male sexual organ of a flower, usually comprised of ...