Topic: Plant Reproduction Subtopic: The parts of a flower
What is stigma?
Answer: Stigma is the tip of the ovary containing ovules. Stigma is useful because the pollen grains come and stick on it. It has tiny hair like structures which trap the pollen grains.
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