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Male Plant Reproductive System Stamen Contains the anther and the filament
Male Plant Reproductive System Anther Produces Pollen
Male Plant Reproductive System Filament Supports the anther
Male Plant Reproductive System Pollen Male gamete (sperm)
Female Plant Reproductive System Pistil Female part of the flower
Female Plant Reproductive System Stigma Sticky, captures pollen
Female Plant Reproductive System Style Holds up the stigma
Female Plant Reproductive System Ovary Contains ovules (becomes the fruit)
Female Plant Reproductive System Ovules Female gametes (eggs)
Plant Reproduction Petals Attracts insects
Plant Reproduction Sepals Protects flower
Plant Reproduction Fruit Fertilized plant ovary
The Seed Seed Plant embryo
The Seed Cotyledon Provides nourishment
The Seed Seed Coat Protects the seed
The Seed Epicotyl Develops in the stems and leaves
The Seed Hypocotyl Develops into the roots
the reproductive structures of plants
Flowers contain reproductive organs protected by specialized leaves.
Parts of a Flower PA Standards.
Anatomy of a Flower Plant Sex.
REPRODUCTION AND STRUCTURE NOTES
Topic: Reproduction Aim: Describe the structure of a flower and how it uses sexual reproduction. Do Now: Practice Questions HW: Castle Learning – Sexual.
The Reproductive Parts of a Flower AGR 161: Unit C
Unit 11 The Parts of a Flower
Parts of a Flower. Petals The petals on a flower can come in many different shapes and sizes. They are brightly colored to attract bugs and bees to the.
Flowers Their main jobs for the plant are: Develop into seeds & fruits
Flowers and Fruits.
Flowers. Parts of a Flower These are the main parts of a flower.
The Parts of a Flower.
Plant Adaptations for Success on Land Vascular tissue Evolution of the seed that provides food and protection Many methods of seed dispersal Evolution.
Figure 38.2 Review of an idealized flower Pistil.
How are new plants formed? from seeds (sexual reproduction) by producing things such as bulbs or tubers (asexual reproduction).
Flower Parts and Functions. Petals Usually bright in color, scented and may produce nectar (a sugary solution) to attract pollinating insects. Petals.
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