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Definition of complete flower

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Definition as written by talinum:

A flower that contains both male and female reproductive parts. Also known as "perfect flower"

Definition as written by htop:

A complete flower is a flower that has all four parts of the flower (sepals, petals, pistil, stamen) present.

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