What is the difference between androecium and gynoecium?

 androecium is male reproductive part of flower .

 gynoecium  is female reproductive part of flower .

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 What is the difference between androecium and gynoecium?

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androecium is male part of flower and gynoecium is female part of flower.

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examples of androeciumand gynoecium

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Androecium is male reproductive part of flower whereasgynoecium is female reproductive part of flower .

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Androecium is the male part of the flower. It consists of the stamen which has two parts : the anther and the filament.

Gynoecium is the female part of the flower. Its parts are: Stigma , style and Ovary

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In flowering plants,flower Are the organ of reproduction the androecium and gynoecium in the flower are important for reproduction the androecium is the male part and gynoecium is the female part when the pollen grains from the androecium fall on the stigma of the gynoecium thenbegin to grow there is called pollinationnas the pollen to be grow from the pollen grains males gametes in the ovary the union is called fertillization fertillization produces a single cell called the zygote this leads to the formation of the seeds and fruit the seeds yake root in the grown and new plamts grow
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ANDROECIUM OR STAMEN IS THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE PART IN FLOWER WHICH CONTAINS ANTHER AND FILAMENT. GYNOECIUM OR FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE PART IN FLOWER WHICH CONTAINS STIGMA, STYLE AND OVARY. I HOPE YOU GOT IT SHRIA.
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ITS GYNOECIUM OR PISTIL, SORRY FOR SPELLING MISTAKE
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Androecium is male part and Gynoecium is the female part
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Androcium is the male part of flower whereas Gynoecium is the female part of flower
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Androecium is the male part of the flower. It consists of the stamen which has two parts the anther and the filament.

Gynoecium is the female part of the flower. Its cosists of Stigma , style and Ovary
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Androceium.is the male part of flower whereas gynociumis the female part
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While many flowers contain both female and male parts, others contain only one or the other, so I guess the latter could be called gynoecium flowers or androecium flowers, although the terms usually used are carpellate (lacks stamens) or staminate (lacks carpels), or simply imperfect flowers.The gynoecium is a term for the innermost whorl  of the flower, which contains the pistils - the female part - and ultimately produces the seeds. The androecium is the term for the third whorl, which contains the male part of the flower - the stamens, which produce the pollen
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Androecium - It is the male part of a flower. It consists of anther and filament.

Gynocium - It is the female part of a flower. It consists of stigma, style and ovary.
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Flowers usually have four rings, or whorls, each with different structures. ... The third whorl, called the androecium, is made up of male reproductive units called stamens. They produce sperm cells packaged inside pollen grains. The innermost whorl, called the gynoecium, has female reproductive units called carpels.
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Androecium is the male part of the flower. It consists of the stamen which has two parts : the anther and the filament.

Gynoecium is the female part of the flower. Its parts are: Stigma , style and Ovary
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Flowers usually have four rings, or whorls, each with different structures. ... The third whorl, called the androecium, is made up of male reproductive units called stamens. They produce sperm cells packaged inside pollen grains. The innermost whorl, called the gynoecium, has female reproductive units called carpels.
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Flowers?usually have four rings, or whorls, each with?different?structures.. The third whorl, called the?androecium, is made up of male reproductive units called stamens. They produce sperm cells packaged inside pollen grains. The innermost whorl, called the?gynoecium, has female reproductive units called carpels
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Flowers usually have four rings, or whorls, each with different structures. ... The third whorl, called the androecium, is made up of male reproductive units called stamens. They produce sperm cells packaged inside pollen grains. The innermost whorl, called the gynoecium, has female reproductive units called carpels.
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ANDROECIUM:It is the male reproductive whorl or flower.It is made up of one or more stamens. Each stamen consist of three parts, filament anther and connective. 
 
GYNOECIUM:It is the female reproductive whorl or flower.It is made up of one or more carpels.Each carpels consist of three parts,ovary, style and stigma.
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In botany, Androecium is the set of male stamens of the flower and the Gynoecium are the female pistils of flowers usually present as a group.

The gynoecium is present as an innermost whorl of pistils in a flower that is surrounded by the stamens, which are the pollen-producing male reproductive organs that are collectively called as the androecium.

Flowers with a gynoecium, but no stamens are called as pistillate or carpellate flowers and flowers without a gynoecium are called as staminate.

The Androecium can be reached by insects with a long proboscis, but the gynoecium cannot be reached by the insects.

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Androecium is the male part of the flower. It consists of the stamen which has two parts : the anther and the filament.

Gynoecium is the female part of the flower. Its parts are: Stigma , style and Ovary
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?androecium is male reproductive part of flower .

?gynoecium? is female reproductive part of flower .

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the androecium is also known as this stamen are the male reproductive parts of the flower the garnish I'm also known as the pistil is the female reproductive part of the flower
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The main difference between androecium and gynoecium is that the androecium (or stamen) refers to the male part of the flower whereas the gynoecium (or pistil or carpel) refers to the female part. ... Moreover, androecium produces pollen grains while gynoecium produces ovules.
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The main difference between androecium and gynoecium is that the androecium (or stamen) refers to the male part of the flower whereas the gynoecium (or pistil or carpel) refers to the female part. ... Moreover, androecium produces pollen grains while gynoecium produces ovules.
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The main difference between androecium and gynoecium is that the androecium (or stamen) refers to the male part of the flower whereas the gynoecium (or pistil or carpel) refers to the female part. ... Moreover, androecium produces pollen grains while gynoecium produces ovules.
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Androecium produces pollen grains and gynoecium produces ovules
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Androecium(stamen) refers to the male part part of the flower.
Gynoecium(pistil or carpel) refers to the female part of the stamen.
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  • andreoecium=male part of the flower
  • gynoecium=female part of the flower
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Write the difference between Androecium and Gynoeciim
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ANDROECIUM OR STAMEN IS THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE PART IN FLOWER WHICH CONTAINS ANTHER AND FILAMENT. GYNOECIUM OR FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE PART IN FLOWER WHICH CONTAINS STIGMA, STYLE AND OVARY. I HOPE YOU GOT IT SHRIA.
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