What are the female parts of the flower called?

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Mar 8, 2018

There is the stigma that is sticky and is on top of the pistil, it's purpose is to catch pollen.

Next there is the style, it raises the stigma above the base of the flower and separates it from the ovary.

The ovary houses the ovules which become seeds after fertilization.

And finally the ovules. The ovules are the sex cells, which as stated above, become seeds after fertilization.

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