where does reproduction in a plant take place?
transports substances throughout plant and supports the plant
what are the functions of the stem
absorbs h2o, anchors plant, and stores food as starch
what are the functions of roots
seeds directly on surfaces of cones
seeds within a layer of tissue that protects the sees
what kind of seed-bearing structure is a flower?
transfer of pollen from the male reproductive structure to female reproductive structure
what is pollination?
wind, insects, or animals
what are three ways pollen can be transferred to flowers?
male reproductive structure
protects flower before it opens
what is the function of a sepal?
what light ray can insects see in?
what is the function of a petal?
what is the function of the anther?
what is the function of the filament?
what structure in flower becomes the sperm?
what is a characteristic of the stigma?
what is the function of a stigma?
where eggs are
what is an ovary?
anything with seeds is a ...
a peach has ___ ovary
what is celery?
what are peas?
what is a pepper?
monocot and dicot
what are two forms of angiosperms?
parts in 3's or multiples
flowers in a monocot:
seed in a monocot:
leaves in a monocot
vascular bundle scattered
stem in a monocot:
roots in a monocot"
seeds in a dicot:
leaves in a dicot:
multiples of 4 or 5
flowers in a dicot
vascular bundles arranged in a ring:
stems in a dicot
roots in a dicot:
spongy, guard, and palisade
3 cells that carry out photosynthesis
how are spongy cells situated?
function of upper epidermis
what is the cutin like?
what does the cutin prevent?
vascular bundle aka the...
transports water up from the roots
transports food down from leaves to root
what does the ovary become
what does the ovule become
function of lower epidermis
___ forms when guard cells are exposed to the morning
what forms first in a plant?
what does the radicle form
what does the hypocytl form
upper stem and 1st true leaves
what does the epicotyl form
what is the cotyledon?
How many nuclei are in a pollen grain?
what do sperm form?
where is the energy for growth of a seedling obtained?
the fusion nucleus develops from the fusion of the...
the ___ cells in a plant stem transport ___ up to the leaves
what energy is mostly responsible for transporting materials?
where does the endosperm develop from?
what contains sacs in which pollen is formed?
center of flower
where is the pistil located?
what does the pollen tube go through?
what surrounds the ovule?
what does the integument become?
where is the embryo sac located?
tube nucleus and sperm nucleus
what two cells does pollen split into?
stigma to ovule
where does the pollen tube reach?
what forms pollen tube?
true/false: sperm nucleus travels through pollen tube then splits into two cells
increase of cell number and volume
growth of cells
the egg forms the..
pith and cortex
2 tissues found in stems and roots that store food
function of fruit
what is sweet potato
the tissue that transports glucose throughout the plant
which part of the plant embryo develops first
between lead and node
between petiole and internode
stigma, style, ovary
from top to bottom: pistil
radicle, hypocytl, epicotyl, cotyledon
from tob to bottom: seed