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What are petals Why are they generally Coloured Class 6?
The coloured big leaf-life structures present in flower are called petals. Petals are coloured so as to attract insects for pollination.
What are petals Why are they generally colored?
Petals are modified leaves that surround the reproductive parts of flowers. They are often brightly colored or unusually shaped to attract pollinators. All of the petals of a flower are collectively known as the corolla.
How are petals Coloured?
The colors you see in flowers come from the DNA of a plant. Genes in a plant’s DNA direct cells to produce pigments of various colors. When a flower is red, for instance, it means that the cells in the petals have produced a pigment that absorbs all colors of light but red.
What is anther Class 6?
The stalk of stamen is called filament and the swollen top of stamen is called anther. The anther contains a yellow powder like substance called Pollen. If we cut the anther of a flower horizontally ,we can see the pollen grains in it. The pollen grains contain male sex cells of a plant.
Why does white flowers bloom at night?
Night blooming flowers are generally white because at night they do not have to waste resources to secrete out coloured pigments to be visible to insects and at night white colour refracts light which make them visible for pollination.
What is made of colorful parts called petals?
Petals are modified leaves that surround the reproductive parts of flowers. They are often brightly colored or unusually shaped to attract pollinators. Together, all of the petals of a flower are called corolla.
Why petals are Colourful and attractive?
Petals are usually brightly coloured because they attract insects. Flowers produce the sweet smell and bright coloured petals, which increases the chances of pollination. Flowers provide nectar to insects which results in insects pollinating in exchange.