21. Label the parts of the flower. Flower Basics1. Label the parts of the flower.“Our Flowering World”PetalsPistilStigmaStyleStamenAntherFilamentOvuleOvarySepalImage:
3_________________ - The female part of a flower 2. Identify each part of the flower described below using the words in the word list._________________ - The female part of a flower_________________ - A small plant that is just starting to grow_________________ - The place where pollen develops and is stored_________________ - The female sex cell in a plant_________________ - Occurs when the sperm and egg cells unite_________________ - A sugary substance that attracts insects_________________ - The male sex cell in a plant_________________ - The male part of a flower_________________ - The stalk that supports the anther_________________ - The part of the pistil that receives the pollen_________________ - Part that connects the stigma and ovary_________________ - Protective leaf-like enclosure for the flower bud_________________ - The ripened ovary of a plant that contains seeds_________________ - Flower that contains both male and female parts_________________ - Flower that lacks either male or female parts_________________ - The structures that make up the outside of the flower and maybecolored or contain nectar or perfume glandsPISTILSEEDLINGANTHEROVARYFERTILIZATIONNECTARPOLLENSTAMENFILAMENTSTIGMASTYLESEPALFRUITPERFECTIMPERFECTPETALSWord List:AntherFertilizationFilamentFruitImperfectNectarOvaryPerfectPetalsPistilPollenSeedlingSepalsStamenStigmaStyle
4Ants Bats Bees Moths Birds Butterflies Flies Beetles True Bugs Wasps 3. What is the difference between self-pollination and cross-pollination?SELF-POLLINATION: POLLEN FROM A FLOWER LANDS ON THE PISTIL OF THE SAME FLOWER OR A FLOWER ON THE SAME PLANT.CROSS-POLLINATION: POLLEN FROM A FLOWER LANDS ON THE PISTIL OF THE A FLOWER ON A DIFFERENT PLANT.AntsBatsBeesMothsBirdsButterflies FliesBeetlesTrue BugsWaspsPollinatorsDid you know? Honey bees are the most common pollinators. What insect comes in second place?