42 Parts of a Typical Flower StamenAntherFilamentMale partof flowerParts of a Typical Flower
43 (Sounds like “Pigtail”) StigmaPistilStyleFemale partof flower(Sounds like “Pigtail”)OvaryParts of a Typical Flower
44 Plant Reproduction Stems Roots Plantlets Plants can reproduce asexually byvegetative propagation.StemsRootsPlantletsStems, plantlets and rootscan become a new plant.
45 Plants can reproduce asexually by Plant ReproductionPlants can reproduce asexually byplant propagation.CuttingsGrafting & BuddingA “cut” from a plant cangrow roots when put in soil.Two plants are attachedto form one plant.
46 Angiosperm Life CyclePollination – transfer of pollen from anther to stigma of carpelOften dependent on pollinatorsPollen grows a tube through which sperm nuclei travelFertilization –sperm nuclei fuse with ovule insideproduce a seedOvary ripens into a fruit
47 Fruits – ripened ovary ; type determined by structure of ovary and ovules DryNutsFleshyDrupes - applePomes - peachBerriesHesperidium - orangePepo - cucumberAggregate - raspberry