Presentation on theme: "REPRODUCTION IN FLOWERS"— Presentation transcript:
1 REPRODUCTION IN FLOWERS INTRODUCTIONREPRODUCTION IN FLOWERS
2 WARM UPWrite the mind map about plants reproduction
3 PARTS AND FUNCTIONS CONTAINERS 1. Peduncle: Flower stalk. Make a chart with the following information (Include Name, function and collective function)CONTAINERS1. Peduncle: Flower stalk.2. Receptacle: flower stalk bearing the floral organs.PROTECTORS3. Sepal: Leaf-like structures at flower base, protects young flower bud.4. Calyx: All the sepals together5. Petal: Located in and above the sepals, often large and colorful, sometimes scented, sometimes producing nectar. Often serve to attract pollinators to the plant.6. Corolla: All the petals together form the corolla..
4 MALE PARTS7. Stamen: Male part of the flower, consisting of the anther and filament, makes pollen grains.8. Filament: The stalk of the stamen which bears the anther.9. Anther: The pollen bearing portion of a stamen.10. Pollen Grains containing the male gametes.
5 FEMALE PARTS11. Carpel\Pistil: Female part of the flower. Consisting of the stigma, style and ovary.12. Stigma: Often sticky top of carpel, serves as a receptive surface for pollen grains.13. Style: The stalk of a carpel, between the stigma and the ovary, through which the pollen tube grows.14. Ovary: Enlarged base of the carpel containing the ovule or ovules. The ovary matures to become a fruit.15. Ovule: Located in the ovaries. Carries female gametes. Ovules become seeds on fertilization.
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