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Bell Work: 1/17/12 TCAP Item Sampler (in the folder at your group): write the answer in your scientist notebook and explain your answer. To receive an extra credit pass, make sure you have the following completed on your foldable: 1. All parts are colored, including soil and roots 2. All parts are cut out 3. All parts are glued onto the white paper. 4. The following parts are labeled: petal, stigma, style, ovary, pistil, sepal, ovules, filament, anther, stamen, leaves, stem
Agenda Upcoming Dates: –Study Island: Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration due Sunday, 1/22 by the end of the day (30+ questions, blue ribbon) –Flower Foldable will be graded on Monday, 1/23 ( that includes the extra credit) –Diffusion, Photosynthesis, Respiration, & Flowers Test Monday, 1/23
Objectives Match the flower parts with their reproductive functions. (SPI 0707.4.2)\ –Complete a flower foldable
Flower- the reproductive structure found in flowering plants.
Stamen: male reproductive structure of flowers; includes the anther and filament. Anther: sac-like structure of the stamen that produces pollen. Filament: thin stalk of the stamen that holds the anther
Pistil: female reproductive structure of the flower; includes the stigma, style, & ovary. Stigma: tip of the pistil where pollen grains collect. Style: long, tube-like part of the pistil Ovary: rounded base of the pistil that contains one or more ovules (eggs)
Elbow Partner How can pollen be spread to the stigma of the pistil?
Ovule: contains an egg which becomes a seed when fertilized with pollen Seed: fertilized egg in the ovule Fruit: mature or ripened ovary
Petal: attracts insects and other animals to flower for pollination Sepal: specialized leaves of the flower that protects the flower bud
Elbow Partner What about the petals attracts insects and other animals?
Stem: supports the plant body, transports and stores materials, such as water and food Roots: supply plants with water and minerals; holds plants in the ground; stores food Leaves: makes food for the plant Photosynthesis: takes place in the chloroplast of the leaves; plants use CO 2, H 2 O, & light energy to make glucose & oxygen