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flower reproductive organs & types of plants
plant (kingdom)
bryophyte
tracheophytes
gymnosperm
multicellular, makes its own food (autotrophic)
lack vascular tissue (tubes to transport) example: moss
have tubes to transport stuff
produce a naked/unprotected seed- cones, pine, confer
plant (kingdom)
multicellular, makes its own food (autotrophic)
bryophyte
lack vascular tissue (tubes to transport) example: moss
12 terms
Reproductive Organs of Flower/Flower Reproduction
Stamen
Pistil
Stigma
Style
...
...
...
...
Stamen
...
Pistil
...
37 terms
Plants-- Flowering Plant Reproduction
carpel, stamen, petal, sepal
Sepals
Caylx
Petals
What are the 4 whorls in a plant?
protects bud. Outside-most floral whorl. May be green or colo…
sepal whorl
to the inside of sepals. often colored of showy. Attack polli…
carpel, stamen, petal, sepal
What are the 4 whorls in a plant?
Sepals
protects bud. Outside-most floral whorl. May be green or colo…
11 terms
Flowers and reproduction in plants
pistil
stigma
style
ovary
A - The female reproductive part of a flower that produces se…
B - The part of a flower pistil that receives the pollen.
C - The part of a flower which supports the stigma and throug…
D - The lower part of the pistil of flowering plants where th…
pistil
A - The female reproductive part of a flower that produces se…
stigma
B - The part of a flower pistil that receives the pollen.
10 terms
Reproduction & Flowering Plants Vocabulary
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
stamen
pollen
the production of a new organism from 1 parent
the production of a new organism from 2 different parents (ma…
male reproductive part of a flower
powder produced by a flower that contains sperm cells
asexual reproduction
the production of a new organism from 1 parent
sexual reproduction
the production of a new organism from 2 different parents (ma…
Flowering Plants Reproduction
Anther
Pollen
Stigma
Style
Produces pollen
Carries male gametophyte to female gametophyte
Located at the tip of the pistil: Sticky to collect pollen
Female slender tube, leads to ovary
Anther
Produces pollen
Pollen
Carries male gametophyte to female gametophyte
25 terms
Flowers, Plant Reproduction & Responses
Sexually
Pollination
Pollinator
Fertilization
Flowers allow plants to reproduce _____________.
Occurs when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stig…
Bee's and other animals that help pollinate flowers are calle…
Occurs once the pollen enters the ovule of the ovary.
Sexually
Flowers allow plants to reproduce _____________.
Pollination
Occurs when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stig…
6 terms
The Reproductive Cycle of Flowering Plants
Step 1: pollination
Step 2: fertilization
Step 3: seed dispersal
Step 4: germination
First step in the reproduction of a flowering plant. It takes…
When male sperm cell combines with female egg cell in the ova…
The new seed that is formed must fall to the ground (by wind,…
The seed starts to grow (sprouting).
Step 1: pollination
First step in the reproduction of a flowering plant. It takes…
Step 2: fertilization
When male sperm cell combines with female egg cell in the ova…
26 terms
Flowers, Plant Reproduction & Responses
Sexually
Pollination
Pollinator
Fertilization
Flowers allow plants to reproduce _____________.
Occurs when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stig…
Bee's and other animals that help pollinate flowers are calle…
Occurs once the pollen enters the ovule of the ovary.
Sexually
Flowers allow plants to reproduce _____________.
Pollination
Occurs when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stig…
Reproduction of Flowering plants
Stigma
Anther
Style plant
Pollen tube
Catches pollen
In an angiosperm, the terminal pollen sac of a stamen, where…
Located between stigma and ovary
A tube that forms after germination of the pollen grain and t…
Stigma
Catches pollen
Anther
In an angiosperm, the terminal pollen sac of a stamen, where…
40 terms
Reproduction in flowering plants
Stem tuber
Potatoes
Root tuber
Sweet potatoes
A swollen storage organ formed at the tip of an underground s…
A plant that forms stem tubers
A swollen storage organ formed at the tips of adventitious ro…
A plant that forms root tubers
Stem tuber
A swollen storage organ formed at the tip of an underground s…
Potatoes
A plant that forms stem tubers
21 terms
Reproduction in flowering plants
sepals
petals
guidelines
nectary
these protect the flower whilst in bud
they attract insects to the flower so are brightly coloured
these guide insects to the base of the petal
a gland which makes sugary liquid
sepals
these protect the flower whilst in bud
petals
they attract insects to the flower so are brightly coloured
16 terms
Reproduction of Flowering Plants
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Female Parts of a Flowering Plant
Anther
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... - Ovary
Contains pollen, the male reproductive cell of a flowering pl…
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
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Reproduction in Flowering Plants
petals
sepal
pistil
stigma
attract pollinators
surrounds the bud
female part of the flower
the top of the pistil where the pollen lands
petals
attract pollinators
sepal
surrounds the bud
sexual reproduction in flowering plants
what is the femaile and male parts of…
funtion of receptable
function of sepal
function of the petals
carpel(female)- stigma style ovary... stamen(male)- anther filam…
support floral parts
protect the flower when it is a bud
attract insects to the flower for pollination
what is the femaile and male parts of…
carpel(female)- stigma style ovary... stamen(male)- anther filam…
funtion of receptable
support floral parts
Reproductive Lifecycle of Flowering Plants
Sporophyte
Gametophyte
Alterations of Generations
The flower
multicellular diploid stage (2n)... develops roots, stems, leave…
Multicellular haploid stage (n)... produces gametes.
life cycle alternates between the haploid and diploid stage.
flowers contain the organs for sexual reproduction
Sporophyte
multicellular diploid stage (2n)... develops roots, stems, leave…
Gametophyte
Multicellular haploid stage (n)... produces gametes.
8 terms
Flowers and Plants Reproduction
Plant can fertilize itself- Asexual Re…
The plants need the wind or a pollinat…
Stamen- male part- makes the pollen... Pi…
1. visually (shiny)... 2. scent- no color…
What is self pollinating?
What is cross pollinating?
What are the parts of a flower?
What do plants do to attract animals to pollinate them?
Plant can fertilize itself- Asexual Re…
What is self pollinating?
The plants need the wind or a pollinat…
What is cross pollinating?
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Reproduction & Flowering Plants Vocabulary
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
stamen
pollen
the production of a new organism from 1 parent
the production of a new organism from 2 different parents (ma…
male reproductive part of a flower
powder produced by a flower that contains sperm cells
asexual reproduction
the production of a new organism from 1 parent
sexual reproduction
the production of a new organism from 2 different parents (ma…
50 terms
Reproduction and Domestication of Flowering Plants
Fertilization
Flower Structures
Carpels
Stamens
The fusion of gametes, which results in diploid zygotes, whic…
The reproductive shoots of angiosperm sporophytes, are typica…
The ovule-producing reproductive organ of a flower, consistin…
The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower, consisti…
Fertilization
The fusion of gametes, which results in diploid zygotes, whic…
Flower Structures
The reproductive shoots of angiosperm sporophytes, are typica…
15 terms
Flowering Plants: structure and organization
Vascular tissue
Stomata
Guard cells
Meristem
consists of the xylem and phloem, transfers water and nutrien…
openings for gas exchange
curved cells around the stoma, becoming larger or smaller acc…
Region of plant tissue, consisting of activity dividing cells…
Vascular tissue
consists of the xylem and phloem, transfers water and nutrien…
Stomata
openings for gas exchange
17 terms
Reproduction in flowering plants
offspring
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
binary fission
A product of reproduction, a new individual produced from one…
A form of reproduction that does not involve the formation an…
A form of reproduction that involves the formation and fertil…
A method of asexual reproduction most commonly used by prokar…
offspring
A product of reproduction, a new individual produced from one…
asexual reproduction
A form of reproduction that does not involve the formation an…
16 terms
Reproduction of Flowering Plants
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Female Parts of a Flowering Plant
Anther
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... - Ovary
Contains pollen, the male reproductive cell of a flowering pl…
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
52 terms
Reproduction and Domestication of Flowering Plants
flowers of deceit
flowers, double fertilization, and fru…
flower structure and function
carpel
-many angiosperms lure insects with nectar or pollen;... both pl…
-plant life cycles are characterized by the alternation... betwe…
-flowers are the reproductive shoots of the... angiosperm sporop…
-a carpel has a long style with a stigma on which... pollen may…
flowers of deceit
-many angiosperms lure insects with nectar or pollen;... both pl…
flowers, double fertilization, and fru…
-plant life cycles are characterized by the alternation... betwe…
16 terms
Reproduction of Flowering Plants
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Female Parts of a Flowering Plant
Anther
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... - Ovary
Contains pollen, the male reproductive cell of a flowering pl…
Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament... The Carpel... - Stigma... - Style... -…
The Male Parts of a Flowering Plant
The Stamen... - Anther... - Filament
50 terms
Sexual Reproduction of Flowering plants
angiosperms
gymnosperm
pollination
2
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
cone bearing plants
desposition of pollen onto female flower plants
pollen grain contians how many sperm cells?
angiosperms
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
gymnosperm
cone bearing plants
Sexual reproduction of flower plants
Anther (male)
Filament (male)
sepal (male)
stigma (female)
contains pollen the male reproductive cell
(holds the anther)
(small leaves under flowers)
(receives the pollen during fertilization)
Anther (male)
contains pollen the male reproductive cell
Filament (male)
(holds the anther)
10 terms
Reproduction in flowering plants
Dehiscennce
Tapetum
Androecium
Gynoecium
the spontaneous opening at maturity of a plant structure, suc…
The inner most wall layer that nourishes the developing polle…
Stamen , the male part of the flower.
Pistil , the female part of the flower.
Dehiscennce
the spontaneous opening at maturity of a plant structure, suc…
Tapetum
The inner most wall layer that nourishes the developing polle…
9 terms
Function of reproductive organs in flowers
supports anther
produce pollen
receives pollen
collectively is the male part of the f…
filament
anther
stigma
stamen
supports anther
filament
produce pollen
anther
Organization of Flowering Plants
Flowering Plant
Root System
Shoot System
Stem
angiosperm
Taproot & Fibrous.... Used to anchor plant in the soil, absorbs…
all of a plant's stems, leaves, and reproductive structures
supports leaves helps facilitate flow of nutrients
Flowering Plant
angiosperm
Root System
Taproot & Fibrous.... Used to anchor plant in the soil, absorbs…
25 terms
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Receptacle
Sepals
Petals
Stamens
A swelling at the base of the flower. It supports the flower.
They product the flower when it is a bud.
They protect the other parts of the flower. In some cases the…
The male part of the flower.
Receptacle
A swelling at the base of the flower. It supports the flower.
Sepals
They product the flower when it is a bud.
17 terms
Flowering Plant Reproduction
Sepal
Petal
Stamen
Anther
A leaflike structure that encloses the bud of a flower.
The often colorful parts of a flower that advertise it to ins…
Male reproductive organ
The structure on the end of the filament where pollen is prod…
Sepal
A leaflike structure that encloses the bud of a flower.
Petal
The often colorful parts of a flower that advertise it to ins…
Flowers and Plant Reproduction
Angiosperm
Male collective structure
The stamen is made up of....
Female collective structure
Flowering seed plants
Stamen
-Filament ... -Anther
Carpel (pistil)
Angiosperm
Flowering seed plants
Male collective structure
Stamen
15 terms
Reproductive of Flowering Plants
Angiosperm
Anther
Fertilization
Filament
A flowering plant that produces seeds
The pollen producing part of a flower
The joining of a sperm and an egg
The slender part of a stamen that supports the anther
Angiosperm
A flowering plant that produces seeds
Anther
The pollen producing part of a flower
Reproductive morphology of flowering plants: A flower
A flower
bract
bracteoles
receptacle (thalamus or torus).
is a modified shoot specialized to carry out sexual reproduct…
Like a branch, it arises in the axil of a small leaf-like str…
small leaf-like structures are present in the middle of pedic…
The terminal part of the axis of a flower, which supports all…
A flower
is a modified shoot specialized to carry out sexual reproduct…
bract
Like a branch, it arises in the axil of a small leaf-like str…
7 terms
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Pollination
Self-pollination
Cross-pollination
Fertilisation
The transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma
The transfer of pollen from the anther to a stigma on the sam…
The transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma on a differ…
The union of the male and female gametes to form a diploid zy…
Pollination
The transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma
Self-pollination
The transfer of pollen from the anther to a stigma on the sam…
103 terms
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
all types of tetrads present
1 functional microspore
pollinia formation (2)
polyspory (14+ microspore per tetrad)
aristolochia
cyperaceae
calotropis, orchid
cuscuta
all types of tetrads present
aristolochia
1 functional microspore
cyperaceae
Flower and Plant Reproductive Structure
flower
petals
sepals
sepals
A ____ is a reproductive structure of a plant
The ______ is the colored portion inside the sepals which att…
The _____ is structure which are usually green outside petals.
What protects the plant while developing?
flower
A ____ is a reproductive structure of a plant
petals
The ______ is the colored portion inside the sepals which att…
9 terms
Flower Reproductive Organs
Petal
Sepal
Pistil
Stigma
Brightly colored part of the flower
Green part underneath the flower
Flower's female reproductive organ
Sticky top of the pistil
Petal
Brightly colored part of the flower
Sepal
Green part underneath the flower
15 terms
Reproduction in Flowering Plants
anther
filament
petal
sepal
the part of the stamen that contains pollen, the male reprodu…
holds the anther
the colorful part of the flower
small leaves under the flower
anther
the part of the stamen that contains pollen, the male reprodu…
filament
holds the anther
8 terms
Reproduction of a Flowering Plant
Anther (MALE)
Filament (MALE)
Petal
Sepal
contains pollen (sperm) the MALE reproductive cell.
holds the anther.
the prettiness we see (the color)
small leaves under the flower.
Anther (MALE)
contains pollen (sperm) the MALE reproductive cell.
Filament (MALE)
holds the anther.
9 terms
Reproduction of a Flowering Plant
Filament
Petal
Sepal
Ovule
Holds the anther
Used to attract animals and insects
Small leaves under the flower
Reproductive cell that will become a seed when fertilized by…
Filament
Holds the anther
Petal
Used to attract animals and insects
11 terms
Sexual reproduction of flowers and plants
Pistil
Petals
Anther
Pollen
Female reproductive organ
To attract bugs and insects to pollinate the flower
The end of the male reproductive organ
Plant sperm
Pistil
Female reproductive organ
Petals
To attract bugs and insects to pollinate the flower
18 terms
Reproduction of Flowering Plants Study
Angiosperm
Anther
cotyledon
fertilzation
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
Contains monoploid sperm cells aka pollen
A "seed leaf" which develops as a part of the seed. It provid…
the joining of an egg cell and a sperm cell
Angiosperm
A flowering plant which forms seeds inside a protective chamb…
Anther
Contains monoploid sperm cells aka pollen
Reproduction in flowering plants
Plant Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
Pollination
The production of new individuals or offspring in plants, whi…
Produces offspring by the fusion of gametes, resulting in off…
Produces new individuals without the fusion of gametes, genet…
The act of transferring pollen grains from the male anther of…
Plant Reproduction
The production of new individuals or offspring in plants, whi…
Sexual Reproduction
Produces offspring by the fusion of gametes, resulting in off…
19 terms
Reproduction of Flowering Plants Angiosperms
Angiosperm
Anther
Fertilization
Filament
A flower plant that produces seeds enclosed in a protective s…
When pollen is productive the top of the stalklike filament
The joining of a sperm and an egg
...
Angiosperm
A flower plant that produces seeds enclosed in a protective s…
Anther
When pollen is productive the top of the stalklike filament
Organs of a flowering plant
Root
Stem
Leaf
Flower
Root
Stem
19 terms
Reproductive Parts Flower / Reproduction in a Flowering Plant
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
self pollination
cross pollination
involves only one organism; offspring are genetically identic…
involves 2 organisms; must be one male & one female; must be…
pollen from the stamen falls on the pistil of the same plant
pollen from the stamen of one plant is carried to the pistil…
asexual reproduction
involves only one organism; offspring are genetically identic…
sexual reproduction
involves 2 organisms; must be one male & one female; must be…
Organs of a Flowering plant
Organ
Root system
Shoot system
Rhizome
Part of the body that performs a special task to help the org…
Part of the plant that grows below the soil
Part of the plant that grows above the soil
Underground stem that grows horizontally
Organ
Part of the body that performs a special task to help the org…
Root system
Part of the plant that grows below the soil
10 terms
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Petals
Sepals
Pistils/Carpels
Ovary
Brightly colored, modified leaves found just inside the circl…
Outermost circle of leaves; are green and closely resemble or…
Female part of the flower; produce the female gametophytes; e…
Swollen part of pistil that contains the ovule, where one or…
Petals
Brightly colored, modified leaves found just inside the circl…
Sepals
Outermost circle of leaves; are green and closely resemble or…
Organs of Flowering Plants
Vegetative organs
three common vegetative organs.
The root system
shoot system
are all plant parts except reproductive structures.... Vegetativ…
Roots, stems, and leaves
simply consists of the roots.
consists of the stem branches and leaves.
Vegetative organs
are all plant parts except reproductive structures.... Vegetativ…
three common vegetative organs.
Roots, stems, and leaves
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