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  • What is a flower in biology?

  • (Entry 1 of 2) 1a : the specialized part of an angiospermous plant that occurs singly or in clusters, possesses whorls of often colorful petals or sepals, and bears the reproductive structures (such as stamens or pistils) involved in the development of seeds and fruit : blossom.

  • What is the scientific name of flowering plant?

  • See Article History. Flower, the reproductive portion of any plant in the division Magnoliophyta (Angiospermae), a group commonly called flowering plants or angiosperms. As popularly used, the term 鈥渇lower鈥?especially applies when part or all of the reproductive structure is distinctive in colour and form.

  • Is cauliflower a flower?

  • Cauliflower is technically a true flower. A flower is defined as a specialized part of an angiospermous plant. Angiosperms are the largest and most diverse group of plants, known commonly as flowering plants. There are over 275,000 species of these blooming beauties, including Cauliflower. RELATED: Is Cauliflower Man-Made?

  • What is a flax flower?

  • The Flax Flower is native to areas of California, and it is a small plant belonging to the species Linumlewsii. The plant produces small flowers that are pale blue and roughly an inch and a half in width. The flowers bloom from the bottom of the plant upward, and the plant tends to lean rather than remain upright.