Diagram of a flower labelled - game quiz

Play and learn with a diagram of a flower labelled. This is an interactive game in the form of a quiz.


diagram of a flower labelledFlowers are colorful and we all love offering flowers to our friends and family. Learn how to label a flower through an interactive online diagram. Some parts students will see are: petal, pistil, leaf, stem, sepal and stamen. This quiz will give you instant feedback since an answer key is coded within. The diagram is made simple for children and the different parts are clearly shown through a cross section diagram. The cross section of a flower diagram shows you internal parts of a flower which you don’t usually see when looking at a flower externally.
A flower contains the main reproductive organs of a plant and the fact that they are colorful and contain nectar is the reason why bees visit them often. It is a known fact that bees during this process, help in pollination. Pollination is a process of fertilization entailing pollen being carried by insects on their limbs from one flower to another. Without pollination, flowers will not evolve to fertile seeds that we can plant to obtain new plants.
This flower anatomy diagram contains a picture with arrows pointing to specific sections. To label the diagram, students are asked to drag and drop labels at the correct spots. You will notice that this exercise is a convenient way of learning, since students are not forced to print out worksheets at every instant.

4 main parts of a flower and their functions

Flowers are the reproductive structures of angiosperms, or flowering plants. The main parts of a flower can be organized into four groups: Sepals: These are the outermost parts of the flower and are typically green. They are often modified to form a calyx, which is the collective term for all the sepals of a flower. Sepals serve to protect the flower bud as it develops. Petals: These are the inner parts of the flower and are usually colorful. They are often modified to form a corolla, which is the collective term for all the petals of a flower. Petals serve to attract pollinators to the flower. Stamens: These are the male reproductive organs of the flower and consist of a filament and an anther. The anther produces pollen, which contains the male gametes (sperm cells) of the plant. Pistil: This is the female reproductive organ of the flower and consists of an ovary, a style, and a stigma. The ovary contains the female gametes (egg cells) of the plant, and the style and stigma are involved in the process of pollination, which is the transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma. Other parts of a flower can include bracts, which are modified leaves that are often colorful and are found beneath the calyx or corolla, and nectaries, which are glands that produce nectar, a sweet liquid that attracts pollinators.