Biology Practicals Class 10

To Identify and Dissect the Reproductive Parts of the Flower

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  • Boost conceptual clarity and knowledge retention
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  • Engaging simulations with easy-to-teach instructions

About Simulation

  • This hands-on simulation experiment offers participants the opportunity to explore the male and female reproductive parts of flowers in a dynamic and engaging manner, enhancing their understanding of plant biology.
  • Through the dissection and identification of various reproductive parts of a flower, learners can gain practical knowledge and insight into the intricate structures involved in plant reproduction.
  • This biology experiment's demonstration clearly and detailed explains the dissection process, enabling participants to comprehend the distinct roles and functions of different reproductive parts within a flower.
  • By actively engaging in this experiment, participants can deepen their understanding of flower anatomy and reproductive processes, fostering a holistic appreciation of the complexities of plant reproduction.

Biology Practical Class

Simulation Details

Duration – 30 Minutes
Easily Accessible
Languages – Odia & English
Platforms – Android & Windows


In the intricate structure of a flower, there are distinct reproductive and accessory organs that play essential roles in the process of reproduction. The male reproductive parts, known as the androecium, consist of stamens responsible for producing pollen. These stamens are crucial in the fertilization process, contributing to the transfer of genetic material. On the other hand, the female reproductive parts, forming the gynoecium, include one or more pistils.

Each pistil comprises an ovary, where ovules are housed, a style that connects the ovary to the stigma, and the stigma itself—a specialized surface that receives pollen for fertilization. Through this simulation, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the male and female reproductive structures within a flower, highlighting their distinct functions in the reproductive process of plants.

Requirements for this Science Experiment

  • Hibiscus Flower
  • Needle
  • Scalpel
  • Microscope Slide
  • Hand Magnifying Lens

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