Both male and female flowers are housed on an individual plant
male and female flowers are housed on separate plants
Female gametophyte (n) that develops in megasporangia
Male gametophyte (n) that develops in microsporangia
Flower containing both male and female sex organs
Flower containing only male or only female sex organs
Converted from a vegetative meristem to produce bracts (leaf-like) and new meristems, stops primary growth
Completes life cycle in one year
Completes life cycle in two years, store carbohydrates in vegetative growth first year and then flower and die
Live for 3+ years, survive flowering
Small flower-inducing protein
Cold temperatures signal flowering
Flowering controlled by length of day/night cycle
Asexual reproduction of seeds
The root-bearing stem of a plant used for grafting
The bud or stem grafted onto the host plant
Embryo sac, haploid, female
Pollen grain, haploid, male
Anther, diploid, male
Underground stem used for storage, as in potatoes
Horizontal underground stem that produces shoots, as in bamboo
Underground bud with modified leaves for storage
Shoots produced by roots, as in aspen
Short underground stem used for storage
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