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NGSS Unit 7: Growth, Development, and Reproduction of OrganismsPlant Structures NGSS Unit 7: Growth, Development, and Reproduction of Organisms
1. Anther The part of the stamen where pollen is produced.Male reproductive cell.
The slender part of the stamen that supports the anther.2. Filament The slender part of the stamen that supports the anther.
The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower.3. Stamen The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower.
STICKY!... So pollen can stick4. Stigma Receives pollen at pollination. It is on the stigma that pollen grains germinate. STICKY!... So pollen can stick
Long, slender stalk that connects the ovary and stigma.5. Style Long, slender stalk that connects the ovary and stigma.
6. Ovary Enlarged base position of the pistol, where ovules are produced. Female reproductive cell
The ovule producing part of a flower.7. Pistil The ovule producing part of a flower.
8. Ovule Reproductive cell which will become the seed when fertilized by pollen.
Parts of the flower that is usually brightly colored.9. Petal Parts of the flower that is usually brightly colored.
Leaves underneath the petals.10. Sepal Leaves underneath the petals. Protects the flower during budding and supports the petals during bloom.
the reproductive structures of plants
Parts of the Flower Lawrence Cox Spring 2006.
Parts of a Flower PA Standards.
REPRODUCTION IN FLOWERS
Flower Parts and Their Functions
Principles and Elements of Floral Design
Anatomy of a Flower Plant Sex.
Plant Reproduction Plant and Soil Science Topic 2014 By: Leyna Dussel.
Flower Parts Diagram.
REPRODUCTION AND STRUCTURE NOTES
The Reproductive Parts of a Flower AGR 161: Unit C
Unit 11 The Parts of a Flower
Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Flowers Their main jobs for the plant are: Develop into seeds & fruits
The Parts of a Flower.
FLOWER ORGANS Biology
Structure of Flowers P. 122.
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