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Biology - Flowers
anther
filament
stamen
stigma
contain sperm
supports anthers
male reproductive organ - both anther and filament
sticky and holds onto pollen
anther
contain sperm
filament
supports anthers
Biology Flowers Vocab
Osmosis
Polarity
Turgor Pressure
Xylem
When water molecules move from an area of higher water concen…
Stated that the molecule has both a positively and negatively…
The pressure exerted by water inside the cell against the cel…
The system of tubes and transport cells that circulates water…
Osmosis
When water molecules move from an area of higher water concen…
Polarity
Stated that the molecule has both a positively and negatively…
15 terms
Biology- Flowers
Carpel
Stigma
Style
Ovary
Female parts of the flower
Captures pollen (female)
Tube pollen travels down (female)
Contains the ovule (female)
Carpel
Female parts of the flower
Stigma
Captures pollen (female)
23 terms
Biology:Flowers
General four organs
Sepal
Petals
Stamen
sepals,petals,stamens,pistils
protects bud,looks like small leaves
colorful;attracts pollinators(bees), so the pollen will be sp…
male reproductive organ:anther,filament
General four organs
sepals,petals,stamens,pistils
Sepal
protects bud,looks like small leaves
30 terms
Biology- Flowers & Plants
Pollen
Anther
Terroir
Abiotic
A fine powdery substance, discharged from the male part of a…
The part of a stamen that contains the pollen
The complete natural environment in which a particular crop i…
Physical rather than biological; not derived from living orga…
Pollen
A fine powdery substance, discharged from the male part of a…
Anther
The part of a stamen that contains the pollen
22 terms
Biology flowers
Angiospersm
Whorls
Receptacle
Essential organs
Flowering plants
Flowers parts that are arranged in circles.
Attached at the base of the flower for support.
The reproductive structures which include the stamen and the…
Angiospersm
Flowering plants
Whorls
Flowers parts that are arranged in circles.
10 terms
Biology flowers
Dermal Tissue
Vascular tissue
Ground tissue
Monocots
Protective outer covering of a plant consists of epidermal ce…
Supports the plant body and transports water and nutrients th…
Cells that lie between dermal and vascular tissue make up the…
Vascular bundles are scattered throughout the stem
Dermal Tissue
Protective outer covering of a plant consists of epidermal ce…
Vascular tissue
Supports the plant body and transports water and nutrients th…
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Biology - Flowers
Stamen
anther
Filament
Carpel
Male reproductive part consisting of the anther and filament
Contains the pollen grains that produce the male gametes
The stalk that supports the anther
The female reproductive system
Stamen
Male reproductive part consisting of the anther and filament
anther
Contains the pollen grains that produce the male gametes
10 terms
Biology flowers
Protenema
Prothallus
Sori
Receptacle
When a spore lands in a moist place then germinates and grows…
The heart shaped gametophyte of the fern. Contains antheridiu…
Clusters of spores found on the underside of the blade
Where the flower attaches to the stem
Protenema
When a spore lands in a moist place then germinates and grows…
Prothallus
The heart shaped gametophyte of the fern. Contains antheridiu…
17 terms
Flowers- Biology
Asexual reproduction
Sexual reproduction
Flower
Sepal
Single parent without fertilization, single parent's DNA
two sets of genes are involved. The creation of genetically d…
in an angiosperm, a short shoot with four sets of modified le…
a modified leaf of a flowering plant. A whorl of these enclos…
Asexual reproduction
Single parent without fertilization, single parent's DNA
Sexual reproduction
two sets of genes are involved. The creation of genetically d…
20 terms
biology flowers
sexual reproduction
asexual reproduction
perfect flower
imperfect flower
Two plants give birth to a baby plant
Only one plant gives birth to baby plant (always copying his…
A plant with male and female parts
A plant with only male or female parts (always copying his se…
sexual reproduction
Two plants give birth to a baby plant
asexual reproduction
Only one plant gives birth to baby plant (always copying his…
14 terms
Biology flowers
Gaurd cell
Parenchyma cell
Sclerenchyma cell
Collenchyma cell
Regulates gas exchange in a leaf
Most common type of cell
Strongest type of cell
Flexible cell type
Gaurd cell
Regulates gas exchange in a leaf
Parenchyma cell
Most common type of cell
26 terms
Biology-flowers
Non vascular
Hepaticophyta
Anthocerophyta
Vascular
...
Liverworts
Hornworts
...
Non vascular
...
Hepaticophyta
Liverworts
Flowers for biology
Petal
Stigma
Ovary
Style
Attracts insects
(Female) Had polling grain stick to it
(Female) Where ovuls are produced
(Female) raises stigma to decrease pollen contamination
Petal
Attracts insects
Stigma
(Female) Had polling grain stick to it
33 terms
Biology flowers
what is the purpose of the flower?
what are the main parts of a flower an…
where is the male gametophyte found?
where is the female gametophyte found?
to reproduce
ovule is located in the ovary
pollen grain
in the ovary
what is the purpose of the flower?
to reproduce
what are the main parts of a flower an…
ovule is located in the ovary
14 terms
Biology Final: Flowers
Flowers
Pistil / Carpel
Stigma
Ovary
Sex
Female reproductive structure
Sticky region which relieves pollen
Produces eggs. Fertilization occurs here
Flowers
Sex
Pistil / Carpel
Female reproductive structure
15 terms
Biology flower
Calyx
Corolla
Stamen
Pistil
Outermost whorl, all of the sepals collectively
Outermost whorl, all of the petals collectively
Outermost whorl, male structure of the flower, consists of fi…
Innermost whorl, female structure of the plant, contains ovar…
Calyx
Outermost whorl, all of the sepals collectively
Corolla
Outermost whorl, all of the petals collectively
55 terms
Plant Biology Angiosperms: Flowers
pedicel
sepal
calyx
petal
the stalk of an individual flower.
the outermost whorl of a flower. May be free or fused into on…
collective of all the sepals
the second whorl of a flower. May be free or fused into one s…
pedicel
the stalk of an individual flower.
sepal
the outermost whorl of a flower. May be free or fused into on…
Biology, Chapter 23.2, Flowers
sepal
petal
stamen
pistil
protect the flower bud; can look like small leaves or even re…
the colorful structures that can both attract pollinators and…
the male reproductive organs
the female reproductive organs
sepal
protect the flower bud; can look like small leaves or even re…
petal
the colorful structures that can both attract pollinators and…
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Biology flower
Anther
Petal
Stem
Sepal
Holds the pollen and produced there
Attracts mainly bees but other insects
Supports the flower also holds water
Acts like a skin when the bud Is growing protects the bud
Anther
Holds the pollen and produced there
Petal
Attracts mainly bees but other insects
51 terms
Biology II Midterm - Flowers and Flowering
Moss Life Cycle
Fern Life Cycle
Angiosperm Sexual Reproduction
Flower Organization
- Dominant gametophyte (N)... - Ephemeral sporophyte... - All bryop…
- Dominant sporophyte (2N)... - Both sporophyte and gametophyte…
- Sporophyte are the main plant... - Gametophyte are produced in…
- Sepal (protect flower bud; most leaflike; outside of petals…
Moss Life Cycle
- Dominant gametophyte (N)... - Ephemeral sporophyte... - All bryop…
Fern Life Cycle
- Dominant sporophyte (2N)... - Both sporophyte and gametophyte…
11 terms
Biology-THE FLOWER
FLOWER
THE 4 WHORLS
THALAMUS
MONOECIOUS PLANTS
specialized shoot in which leaves are modified to floral stru…
1-calyx(sepals)... 2-corolla(petals)... 3-androecium(male)... 4-gynoec…
cup shaped receptacle which bares all 4 whorls.
plant in which male and female flowers grow on same plant. Eg…
FLOWER
specialized shoot in which leaves are modified to floral stru…
THE 4 WHORLS
1-calyx(sepals)... 2-corolla(petals)... 3-androecium(male)... 4-gynoec…
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Flower biology
Sepal
Calyx
Petal
Carolla
Modified leaves surrounding the base of the flower for protec…
All of the sepals collectively
Colorful, often fragrant modified lead to attract insects
All of the petals
Sepal
Modified leaves surrounding the base of the flower for protec…
Calyx
All of the sepals collectively
10 terms
Biology flower
Anther
Petal
Stamen
Filament
Produces pollen grains
Brightly colored parts of the flower that attracts pollinators
All the male parts of the flower
Holds the anther
Anther
Produces pollen grains
Petal
Brightly colored parts of the flower that attracts pollinators
37 terms
Flower Biology
What is the purpose of a flower?
Anther
Sepals
Petals
To reproduce through pollination
Produces pollen grains (make gametophytes)
Modified leaves that protect the petals (flower)
Colorful modified leaves (attract pollinators)
What is the purpose of a flower?
To reproduce through pollination
Anther
Produces pollen grains (make gametophytes)
11 terms
Plants (Flowers) Biology
Petal
Sepal
Pistil
Stigma
one of the modified often brightly colored leaves of the coro…
one of the modified leaves comprising a calyx
the long central part of a flower that extends from the ovary
the top part in the center of a flower which receives the pol…
Petal
one of the modified often brightly colored leaves of the coro…
Sepal
one of the modified leaves comprising a calyx
9 terms
Biology Flower
Petal
Stigma
Anther
Filament
attracts pollinators
holds pollen
makes pollen
holds anther
Petal
attracts pollinators
Stigma
holds pollen
31 terms
Biology Flowers Test
Osmosis
Polarity
Turgor Pressure
Xylem
When water molecules move from an area of higher water concen…
Stated that the molecule has both a positively and negatively…
The pressure exerted by water inside the cell against the cel…
The system of tubes and transport cells that circulates water…
Osmosis
When water molecules move from an area of higher water concen…
Polarity
Stated that the molecule has both a positively and negatively…
Biology chapter 23 flowers
stigma
anther
filament
stamen
at the top and its sticky to catch the pollen
are the little balls at the top of male parts
are the sticks of the male parts
male part of the flower
stigma
at the top and its sticky to catch the pollen
anther
are the little balls at the top of male parts
43 terms
Biology Finals: Seeds & Flowers
seed
embryo
Seedless plants can survive ___ ___.
What types of adaptations allow for se…
an embryo of a plant that is encased in a protective covering…
fertilized zygote (n), an organism in the early stage of deve…
almost anywhere
flowers/cones, pollen transfer by wind or insects, protection…
seed
an embryo of a plant that is encased in a protective covering…
embryo
fertilized zygote (n), an organism in the early stage of deve…
10 terms
Parts of a Flower (Biology)
Ovary
Stigma
Style
Carpel (female)
Ovary
Stigma
11 terms
BIOLOGY EDEXCEL IGCSE FLOWERS
petals
anther
filament
stigma
may be brightly coloured to attract insects
produce male sex cells (pollen grains)
supports anther to make it accessible for insects
the top of a flower which collects pollen grains
petals
may be brightly coloured to attract insects
anther
produce male sex cells (pollen grains)
11 terms
BIOLOGY EDEXCEL IGCSE FLOWERS
petals
anther
filament
stigma
may be brightly coloured to attract insects
produce male sex cells (pollen grains)
supports anther to make it accessible for insects
the top of a flower which collects pollen grains
petals
may be brightly coloured to attract insects
anther
produce male sex cells (pollen grains)
11 terms
Biology Structure Of Flowers
Petals
Anther
Filament
Stigma
Attract insects to the flower
Produces the pollens which contains the male sex cells (gamete)
Hold the anther up so that pollen can be rubbed onto visiting…
This is part of the female reproductive organs and is where p…
Petals
Attract insects to the flower
Anther
Produces the pollens which contains the male sex cells (gamete)
53 terms
Biology- Ecology and flowers
Biodiversity
Organism
Population
Community
A measure of a variety of organisms present in different ecos…
An individual animal, plant, or single called life form
A group of individuals of the same species that live in the s…
Assemblage of different populations that live together in a d…
Biodiversity
A measure of a variety of organisms present in different ecos…
Organism
An individual animal, plant, or single called life form
30 terms
Biology- Fruits and Flowers
Alteration of generations
Gametophyte
Sporophyte
Pollen cones
What is the plant life cycle called?
What is dominantly haploid and nonvascular?
What is dominantly diploid and vascular?
What are pollen grains with sperm nuclei?
Alteration of generations
What is the plant life cycle called?
Gametophyte
What is dominantly haploid and nonvascular?
66 terms
Leaves and Flowers Unit Biology
Produce flowers as reproductive organs…
seeds (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
needles (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
deciduous (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
angiosperm
gymnosperm
gymnosperm
angiosperm
Produce flowers as reproductive organs…
angiosperm
seeds (angiosperm or gymnosperm)
gymnosperm
28 terms
Biology test on flowers
Stigma
Style
Stamen
Ovary
Surface on top of the style to collect pollen
Long stem that holds the stigma in position
Male part of the flower
Contains the ovule which I closes female gamete
Stigma
Surface on top of the style to collect pollen
Style
Long stem that holds the stigma in position
28 terms
Biology test on flowers
Stigma
Style
Stamen
Ovary
Surface on top of the style to collect pollen
Long stem that holds the stigma in position
Male part of the flower
Contains the ovule which I closes female gamete
Stigma
Surface on top of the style to collect pollen
Style
Long stem that holds the stigma in position
21 terms
Plant Biology - Flowers
sepal
calyx
stamen
pistil
leaf-like part of the flower at the top of the pedicel
several sepals together
male flower part
female flower part
sepal
leaf-like part of the flower at the top of the pedicel
calyx
several sepals together
10 terms
Biology flowers Vocab
Pistil
Stamen
Anther
Ovary
the female organs of a flower
the male fertilizing organ of a flower, typically consisting…
the part of a stamen that contains the pollen.
a part of the female reproductive organ of the flower or gyno…
Pistil
the female organs of a flower
Stamen
the male fertilizing organ of a flower, typically consisting…
49 terms
biology plans & flowers
these plants do not produce seeds and…
club mosses and ferns are:... a) seedless…
food & water are transported by:... a) xy…
fronds are found on:... a) petioles... b) co…
A; mosses
A; seedless vascular plants
E; xylem & phloem
C; ferns
these plants do not produce seeds and…
A; mosses
club mosses and ferns are:... a) seedless…
A; seedless vascular plants
8 terms
Biology: Angiosperm Flower Structure
flower
complete flower
incomplete flower
diagram
- the sexual reproductive structure of angiosperms... - parts ar…
one which possesses both pistil(s) and stamens
one which possesses either pistil(s) [pistillate flowers] or…
flower
- the sexual reproductive structure of angiosperms... - parts ar…
complete flower
one which possesses both pistil(s) and stamens
44 terms
biology ch 20-flowers
sepal
petal
anther
embryo sac
modified leaf of the outermost ring of a flower;and protects…
one of the modified leaves of the second ring of a flower (in…
pollen bearing part of the stamen... long stalk at the top of a…
female gametophyte in a flower containing seven haploid cells…
sepal
modified leaf of the outermost ring of a flower;and protects…
petal
one of the modified leaves of the second ring of a flower (in…
41 terms
Biology Flower Terms
What are pollination syndromes?
"Primative" flowers
wind pollinated flowers
Flowers adapted to be pollinated by sm…
are suites of flower traits that have evolved in response to…
the flowers are relatively simple with parts arranged in whor…
In general, wind-pollinated flowers are green, small, and oft…
As insects, bees are relatively intelligent and are able to l…
What are pollination syndromes?
are suites of flower traits that have evolved in response to…
"Primative" flowers
the flowers are relatively simple with parts arranged in whor…
12 terms
flower anatomy | biology
petal
stigma
style
ovary
a modified leaf of a flowering plant; petals are the often co…
receives pollen during fertilization (sticky)
TUBE ON TOP OF THE OVARY that connects the stigma to the ovar…
female reproductive organ
petal
a modified leaf of a flowering plant; petals are the often co…
stigma
receives pollen during fertilization (sticky)
103 terms
Biology flower families
Daisy
Asters
Black-eyed Susan
Sunflower
Composite family
Composite family
Composite family
Composite family
Daisy
Composite family
Asters
Composite family
27 terms
Classification and Flower Unit (Biology)
Taxonomy
Spores compared to Plants
Carolus Linnaeus
Dervied Characteristic
Classifying and naming organisms
Enter a state of dormancy
Two name system
Traits shared by the members of a group of organisms with man…
Taxonomy
Classifying and naming organisms
Spores compared to Plants
Enter a state of dormancy
15 terms
IGCSE Biology Flowers
Receptacle
Sepal
Petal
Carpel
The part of the branch on which a flower forms.
Leaf like structures that surround and protect the flower bef…
The colourful part of the flower that attracts insects and ev…
The female reproductive structures. In most flowers, the carp…
Receptacle
The part of the branch on which a flower forms.
Sepal
Leaf like structures that surround and protect the flower bef…
41 terms
Biology II Flowers
roots
stems
leaves
flowers
anchor and support plants
framework for leaves, flowers, and seeds
to compete for light for photosynthesis,i.e., the manufacture…
reproduction, beginning with pollination and fertilization
roots
anchor and support plants
stems
framework for leaves, flowers, and seeds
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