Mature flower diagram

The gynoecium/carpel is made up of the ovary, style, and stigma in the center of the depicted flower.

The gynoecium is the ovule-producing part of a flower. In angiosperms it is typically the innermost whorl of structures in a flower and is surrounded (in perfect flowers) by the stamens (androecium) and (in complete flowers) by the perianth (petals and sepals). It is made up of the ovary, style and stigma.


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