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16 terms
Angiosperms
stamen
anther
filament
sexual reproduction
male reproductive structures
produces pollen
supports the anther
pollen transferred to stigma
stamen
male reproductive structures
anther
produces pollen
35 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Dicots
cotyledons
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
A subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two e…
embryonic leaf in seed-bearing plants.... seed leaves
Angiosperms
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
Monocots
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
49 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms Reproductive Structures
Vegatatvie structures:
Peduncle
Recaptacle
Contain fruit, flower, seeds
Roots, stem, leaves
FLower Stock
Stalk at the base of the flower that produces the floral organs
Angiosperms Reproductive Structures
Contain fruit, flower, seeds
Vegatatvie structures:
Roots, stem, leaves
46 terms
Angiosperms
Anthophyta
flower
pedicel
receptacle
the phylum referred to as Angiosperms, most common group of p…
reproductive structure of angiosperm
stalk of the flower
swollen tip at end of pedicel where four sets of floral parts…
Anthophyta
the phylum referred to as Angiosperms, most common group of p…
flower
reproductive structure of angiosperm
Angiosperms
"angiosperm" meaning
angiosperms
cotyledon
monocot
seed vessel
flowering plants
the "seed leaves" of the developing plant, store nutrients fo…
plants with only one cotyledon
"angiosperm" meaning
seed vessel
angiosperms
flowering plants
35 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Dicots
cotyledons
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
A subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two e…
embryonic leaf in seed-bearing plants.... seed leaves
Angiosperms
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
Monocots
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
59 terms
Angiosperms
How many flowering plant species provi…
How many flowering plant species provi…
What are those 3 species?
What are petals and sepals?
300 plant species
3 species
- Corn... - Rice... - Wheat
Modified leaves (used for protection and/or attraction)
How many flowering plant species provi…
300 plant species
How many flowering plant species provi…
3 species
11 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocot
Flowers
Petals
Flowering plants
1 cotyledon ; parallel leaf venation ; scattered vascular tis…
Angiosperm
modified leaves which are usually bright in color to attract…
Angiosperms
Flowering plants
Monocot
1 cotyledon ; parallel leaf venation ; scattered vascular tis…
angiosperms
sepals
calyx
corolla
stamens
The green outside of the flower.
All of the sepals together, or the outside of the flower.
The petals of a flower collectively.
The part of the flower that produces pollen.
sepals
The green outside of the flower.
calyx
All of the sepals together, or the outside of the flower.
62 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Dicots
cotyledons
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
A subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two e…
embryonic leaf in seed-bearing plants.... seed leaves
Angiosperms
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
Monocots
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
28 terms
Angiosperms
2 traits all angiosperms share
angiosperms live
all flowers have the same function
what is the reproductive structure of…
produce flowers, produce seeds in fruit
almost everywhere on earth
reproduction
flowers
2 traits all angiosperms share
produce flowers, produce seeds in fruit
angiosperms live
almost everywhere on earth
23 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Dicots
cotyledons
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
A subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two e…
embryonic leaf in seed-bearing plants.... seed leaves
Angiosperms
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts
Monocots
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
Angiosperms
Angiosperm
Pistil (carpel)
Stigma
Style
Flowering plants (Ex. Sunflower, rose, grasses, apple tree, o…
The female reproductive part of a flower
Sticky top of the style where pollen lands and germinates.
Angiosperm
Flowering plants (Ex. Sunflower, rose, grasses, apple tree, o…
Pistil (carpel)
The female reproductive part of a flower
7 terms
angiosperms
reproductive advantages of a flower
angiosperm life cycle
labeled angiosperm
origin of angio spore
...
...
reproductive advantages of a flower
...
angiosperm life cycle
angiosperms
angiosperms
phylum Anthophyta
flower
fruit
flowering plants; seed plants that produce flowers and fruits
phylum of angiosperms
structure specialized for sexual reproduction
a mature ovary; formed from the walls of the ovary after fert…
angiosperms
flowering plants; seed plants that produce flowers and fruits
phylum Anthophyta
phylum of angiosperms
52 terms
Angiosperms
evolution of angiosperm
evolution of angiosperm (2)
Angiosperms
Monocots
flowering plants, produce seeds, flowers are sites for fertil…
flowering plants, produce seeds, flowers are sites for fertil…
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
evolution of angiosperm
flowering plants, produce seeds, flowers are sites for fertil…
evolution of angiosperm (2)
flowering plants, produce seeds, flowers are sites for fertil…
Angiosperms
Onion, garlic, chives, shallots
Allium
Daffodil
Narcissus
Allium
Alliaceae family... monocot ... actinomorphic, - 3, 3 - , 3+3, 3... te…
Narcissus
Amaryllidaceae family ... monocot ... actinomorphic, - 3, 3 -, 6, 3…
Onion, garlic, chives, shallots
Allium
Allium
Alliaceae family... monocot ... actinomorphic, - 3, 3 - , 3+3, 3... te…
16 terms
Angiosperms
angiosperms
anther
calyx
carpel
Plants that produce flowers and fruits.
Structure that contains pollen in a flower.
All of the sepals together, or the outside of the flower.
"Female" part of the flower; it includes the stigma, style, a…
angiosperms
Plants that produce flowers and fruits.
anther
Structure that contains pollen in a flower.
Angiosperms
monocots
eudicots
non-accessory fruit
accessory fruit
have flower parts typically in threes, embryos with one cotyl…
have flower parts usually occurring in fours or fives, embryo…
fruit develops from ovary wall
fruit develops from accessory tissues; tissues other than the…
monocots
have flower parts typically in threes, embryos with one cotyl…
eudicots
have flower parts usually occurring in fours or fives, embryo…
8 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperm homology
Stigma and Style (4&5)
Stamen and Anther a (2&3)
Endosperm and germ
Flowers and Fruits
______ revives pollen and ______ transports it to ovary
Releases pollen to be transferred by other organisms
________: 2 haploid cells fertilized by pollen. ... ________: 1…
Angiosperm homology
Flowers and Fruits
Stigma and Style (4&5)
______ revives pollen and ______ transports it to ovary
46 terms
Angiosperms
Angio-
Seed Dispersal
Phylum Anthophyta
2 celled pollen, 7 celled megagametoph…
Fruit
The purpose of fruits
Angiosperm Phylum
Characteristics unique to Angiosperm (4)
Angio-
Fruit
Seed Dispersal
The purpose of fruits
157 terms
ANGIOSPERMS
LILIOPSIDA
ARACEAE
LILIACEAE
ORCHIDACEAE
MONOCOTYLEDONES
only monocot with netted venation;... WHITE LATEX;... spadix inflor…
HERBS... STEMS RHIZOMATOUS... SIMPLE LEAVES... PARALLEL VENATION... SOLIT…
epiphytic... velamen... PARALLEL VEINED... SOLITARY/ RACEME INFLORESCE…
LILIOPSIDA
MONOCOTYLEDONES
ARACEAE
only monocot with netted venation;... WHITE LATEX;... spadix inflor…
14 terms
Angiosperms
Sepal
Petal
Stamen
Anther
Leaflike, protect developing flower
Colorful, scented to attract pollinators
Male flower reproductive organ
Produces pollen (sperm cells)
Sepal
Leaflike, protect developing flower
Petal
Colorful, scented to attract pollinators
25 terms
Angiosperms
Anthophyta
Class monocot
Class Eudicot
Flower
Phylum
Anthophyta
Phylum
Class monocot
11 terms
Angiosperms
Sepal
Petal
Filament (male)
Anther (male)
Modified green leaves that protect flower bud before it opens
Colorful, "advertises" to pollinators, energy-expensive to ma…
Part of the stamen, long stalks supporting the anther
Part of the stamen, podlike structure where pollen is produce…
Sepal
Modified green leaves that protect flower bud before it opens
Petal
Colorful, "advertises" to pollinators, energy-expensive to ma…
angiosperms
angiosperms
microgametopyhte
megagametophyte
vegetative structures
-phylum anthopyhta... -flowering plants... -identified by ... -struct…
-pollen... -completely dependent on sporophyte
-embryo sac... -completely dependent on sporophyte
roots, stems, leaves
angiosperms
-phylum anthopyhta... -flowering plants... -identified by ... -struct…
microgametopyhte
-pollen... -completely dependent on sporophyte
Angiosperms
Anacardiaceae
Apiaceae
Asteraceae
Brassicaceae
Poison ivy, sumac, mango, cashew, pistachio
Carrot, celery, hemlock, parsley, dill, anise
Sunflowers, asters, dandelion, lettuce
Garlic mustard, cabbage, broccoli
Anacardiaceae
Poison ivy, sumac, mango, cashew, pistachio
Apiaceae
Carrot, celery, hemlock, parsley, dill, anise
87 terms
Angiosperms
abscisic acid
adhesion
anther
apical meristem
hormone that slows the growth of plants, keeps the seeds dorm…
where different molecules are attracted to each other and "st…
The part of the plant where the pollen forms and is housed, m…
cells that divide to increase the length of plants' stems and…
abscisic acid
hormone that slows the growth of plants, keeps the seeds dorm…
adhesion
where different molecules are attracted to each other and "st…
26 terms
Angiosperms
What happens when pollen reaches the s…
Pedicel
Pistil
Sepals
a pollen tube grows into the ovule
Stalk that attaches a flower to the stem.
1 or more Carpels: Female floral organ
Outermost leaf-like structures. These are one of the four flo…
What happens when pollen reaches the s…
a pollen tube grows into the ovule
Pedicel
Stalk that attaches a flower to the stem.
angiosperms
angiosperm
deciduous
hardwood
seeds
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
most angiosperms are _______________
Lumber that comes from deciduous or broadleaf trees that have…
angiosperms are divided into 2 groups based on the number of…
angiosperm
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
deciduous
most angiosperms are _______________
Angiosperms
Approximate number of angiosperms
Annual
Biennials
Perennials
300,000-450,000
Includes many weeds, wildflowers, garden flowers, and vegetab…
Annuals with life cycles-form seed germination to form seed f…
Plants in which the vegetative structures live year after yea…
Approximate number of angiosperms
300,000-450,000
Annual
Includes many weeds, wildflowers, garden flowers, and vegetab…
14 terms
Angiosperms
pollen grain 2-celled parts
pollen grain 3-celled parts
megasporogenesis result
megagametogenesis result
vegetative cell, generative cell
2 sperm, 1 tube cell
birth to 1 megaspore (3 abort)
3xs mitosis, results in 7 celled, 8nucleated megagametophyte
pollen grain 2-celled parts
vegetative cell, generative cell
pollen grain 3-celled parts
2 sperm, 1 tube cell
8 terms
Angiosperms
4 Groups (classes)
Monocots: (families)
Dicots
Dicots: Herbaceous Families
1. Water Lilies... 2. Magnolias... 3. Monocots... 4. Dicots
-Orchids* (largest group)... -Specialized pollination... -Grasses/…
Cacti... Carnivorous Plants
-Asters... -Mustards... -Mint... -Nightshade... -Carnation/Pink... -Carrot/P…
4 Groups (classes)
1. Water Lilies... 2. Magnolias... 3. Monocots... 4. Dicots
Monocots: (families)
-Orchids* (largest group)... -Specialized pollination... -Grasses/…
angiosperms
stamen
carpel
tomato
pericarp
Male part of the flower; made up of an anther and a filament.
The female reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of the…
fleshy fruit with so outer and inner layers of pericarp
ovary wall
stamen
Male part of the flower; made up of an anther and a filament.
carpel
The female reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of the…
Angiosperms
Ericacea
Erica
Arbutus menziesii
Arctostaphylos
Heath and Heather Family
winter heather
Ericacea
Heath and Heather Family
Erica
winter heather
Angiosperms
Angiosperm Phylum
Characteristics of Anthophyta
Characteristics of Monocot
Characteristics of Dicot
Anthophyta
flowers, seeds contained within fruit (ovary tissue), double…
one cotyledon, flower parts in sets of 3, parallel venation o…
2 cotyledon, flower parts in sets of 4 or 5, netted venation…
Angiosperm Phylum
Anthophyta
Characteristics of Anthophyta
flowers, seeds contained within fruit (ovary tissue), double…
Angiosperms
Acer negundo
Acer saccharinum
Acer Saccharum
Betula alleghaniensis
box elder
silver maple
sugar maple
yellow birch
Acer negundo
box elder
Acer saccharinum
silver maple
32 terms
Angiosperms
Monocots (Liliopsida)
Dicots (Magnoliopsida)
Complete Flower
Incomplete Flower
- 1 cotyledon ... - parallel leaf venation... - not woody... - Narrow…
- 2 cotyledons ... - Pinnate or palmate vena?on... - Woody (True 2°…
1.Sepals... 2.Petals... 3.Stamens: anther and filament... 4.Pistil: In…
Lacking any of the "complete" parts
Monocots (Liliopsida)
- 1 cotyledon ... - parallel leaf venation... - not woody... - Narrow…
Dicots (Magnoliopsida)
- 2 cotyledons ... - Pinnate or palmate vena?on... - Woody (True 2°…
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Fibrous
Dicots
Seed plants. Ovules enclosed in ovary. Dominant sporophyte ge…
3's petots, monocotphate (pollen), 1 cotyledon, parallel vena…
Same size roots, growing all over the place
4's or 5's petots, tricotphate, 2 cotyledons, net like venati…
Angiosperms
Seed plants. Ovules enclosed in ovary. Dominant sporophyte ge…
Monocots
3's petots, monocotphate (pollen), 1 cotyledon, parallel vena…
Angiosperms
Monocot
Dicot
Monocot
Dicot
Parallel array of leaf veins
Four or five floral parts or multiples of these
Pollen with single furrow
Vascular bundles arrayed as a ring in a stem
Monocot
Parallel array of leaf veins
Dicot
Four or five floral parts or multiples of these
angiosperms
phylum anthophyta
group magnoliids
group monocots (monocotyledons)
group eudicots (eudicotyledons)
• Most diverse phylum of photosynthesizers... -( 300,000 - 450,0…
• ~9,000 species... • E.g. magnolias, nutmeg, bay laurel,... cinnam…
• ~90,000 species... • E.g. grasses, lilies, irises, orchids,... ca…
• ~200,000 species... • Eg. Most trees and shrubs, herbs, etc.
phylum anthophyta
• Most diverse phylum of photosynthesizers... -( 300,000 - 450,0…
group magnoliids
• ~9,000 species... • E.g. magnolias, nutmeg, bay laurel,... cinnam…
35 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperms
Monocots
Dicots
cotyledons
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
A subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two e…
embryonic leaf in seed-bearing plants.... seed leaves
Angiosperms
Flowering plants.... Have reproductive parts in leaves.... Are ma…
Monocots
A clade consisting of flowering plants that have one embyonic…
33 terms
Angiosperms
Monocots vs Dicot
Sepals
Petals
Stamen
Monocots vs Dicot
Sepals
40 terms
Angiosperms
Angiosperm
Phylum Anthophyta
Flowers
attract pollinators
vessel seed
only angiosperm phylum, largest group of plants, seeds enclos…
reproductive structure
flower function
Angiosperm
vessel seed
Phylum Anthophyta
only angiosperm phylum, largest group of plants, seeds enclos…
13 terms
Angiosperms
Roots (Monocots)
Roots (Dicots)
Stems (Monocots)
Stems (Dicots)
xylem and phloem alternate usually alternate surrounding a ce…
xylem is in the center and forms an X shape. Phloem is bt the…
vascular bundles (xylem and phloem) are scattered
one ring or concentric rings of vascular bundles
Roots (Monocots)
xylem and phloem alternate usually alternate surrounding a ce…
Roots (Dicots)
xylem is in the center and forms an X shape. Phloem is bt the…
12 terms
Angiosperms
Stamen
Anther
Filament
Stigma
The male reproductive parts of a flower
Produces pollen, which is the sperm
The long, thin structure that supports the anther in a flower
Pollen lands on it (sticky) a part of the pistil, center of t…
Stamen
The male reproductive parts of a flower
Anther
Produces pollen, which is the sperm
22 terms
Angiosperms
flowering plants
Pistil
Stigma, style, ovary
Stamen
Angiosperms are...
Female parts of plant is...
Pistil consists of ...
Male part of plant is...
flowering plants
Angiosperms are...
Pistil
Female parts of plant is...
55 terms
Angiosperms
Class Monocotyledones
Class Eudicotyledones
Angiosperm
Carpel
Include grasses, lilies, irises, orchids, cattails, palms, corn
Includes almost all familiar trees and shrubs (not Gymnos) an…
vessel seeds
vessel" = ovules contained inside
Class Monocotyledones
Include grasses, lilies, irises, orchids, cattails, palms, corn
Class Eudicotyledones
Includes almost all familiar trees and shrubs (not Gymnos) an…
50 terms
Angiosperms
Anthophyta
Angiosperm life cycle
calyx
corolla
flowering plants
sepals
petals
Anthophyta
flowering plants
Angiosperm life cycle
Angiosperms
2 traits all angiosperms share
angiosperms live
all flowers have the same function
what is the reproductive structure of…
produce flowers, produce seeds in fruit
almost everywhere on earth
reproduction
flowers
2 traits all angiosperms share
produce flowers, produce seeds in fruit
angiosperms live
almost everywhere on earth
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