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a. sepals ... ovules  
b. anthers ... ovules
c. anthers ... pollen
d. carpels ... ovules
e. anthers ... sperm
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Female structures of angiosperms r called carpels and they produce ovules.
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D.  carpels also called Gynoecium, contain the female parts, which produce ovules because it's the female part of the flower.
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