. What do you mean by a complete and incomplete flower
- A complete flower is the one which has all four whorls: calyx, corolla, androecium and gynoecium e.g. Rose.
- As this flower contains both male and female reproductive organs, it can produce both male and female gamete.
- They do not depend on pollinators for pollination.
- These flowers have three whorls: calyx, corolla and either androecium or gynoecium.
- These flowers can only produce one type of gamete ( male/female).
- Example: Begonia.
Final Answer- Flowers having calyx, corolla, stamen and pistil are complete flowers.
Flowers having calyx, corolla and androecium/gynoecium are incomplete flowers.