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Pollen Grain Development

Pollen Grain Development

Pollen Grain Development. Formation of the Male Gamete. The Stamen is Diploid. Microspore Mother Cells are found in the Anther. Meiosis. 4 Haploid Cells /A Tetrad is formed Pollen Grains. Mitosis. Each Pollen Grain now has two haploid nuclei (a) A Tube Nucleus (b) A Generative Nucleus.

By devaki
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Chapter 9 - Patterns of Inheritance

Chapter 9 - Patterns of Inheritance

Chapter 9 - Patterns of Inheritance. AIM: Describe the rules that govern how traits are inherited.

By archie
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Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis. Last time…. We saw how cells divide by mitosis to produce genetically identical daughter cells 2n parent cell --> 2 daughter cells, both 2n Why Mitosis? Growth (new cells) Cell replacement (skin, wound healing) Asexual reproduction- produces genetically identical offspring.

By glora
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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=komfy1BXISA&feature=related. Fetal Development. Developed b y D. Ann Currie 2012. Oogenesis. Ovary gives rise to oogonial cells. Cells develop into oocytes. Meiosis begins and stops before birth. Cell division resumes at puberty.

By mahlah
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Wondrous Events in Evolution

Wondrous Events in Evolution

Wondrous Events in Evolution. Notes for Plant Taxonomy Biology 4420 at Utah State University Prepared by M.E. Barkworth. Factors important to success. Aspects of life to consider: Nutrition Reproduction Competition Cost/benefits of structures and strategies.

By lyn
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Flowering Plants

Flowering Plants

Flowering Plants. By Neil Bronks. The Parts of a Flower. Most flowers have four parts: sepals, petals, stamens, carpels. The parts of a flower. Sepals protect the bud until it opens. Petals attract insects. Stamens make pollen. Carpels grow into fruits which contain the seeds.

By august
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R.A.F.T. Project

R.A.F.T. Project

R.A.F.T. Project. Introductions.

By tarak
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REPRODUCTION

REPRODUCTION

REPRODUCTION. In asexual reproduction, one individual produces offspring that are genetically identical to itself. These offspring are produced by mitosis. There are many invertebrates, including sea stars and sea anemones for example, that produce by asexual reproduction. ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION.

By jontae
(129 views)

Plants

Plants

Plants. Chapter 2. A Plant Cell’s Unique Organelles. Cell Wall Chloroplasts Chlorophyll A single vacuole. What do plants need to survive?. Sunlight Water Nutrients and minerals. How do plants take in materials?. Take in water through the roots

By mackenzie-wynn
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Ch 10: Mendel and Meiosis

Ch 10: Mendel and Meiosis

Section 10.1 - Mendel’s Law of Heredity. Ch 10: Mendel and Meiosis. Section 10.1. Inside This Section. Who is Gregor Mendel Mendel’s Crosses Phenotypes and Genotypes Probability in Genetics. Section 10.1. Who is Gregor Mendel?. Known as the father of modern genetics

By pearl-hernandez
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Male and Female Reproductive Systems

Male and Female Reproductive Systems

Male and Female Reproductive Systems. Sexual Education Lesson #2. BELLRINGER . You have 2 minutes to list as many parts of the male reproductive anatomy that you can think of…(Ex: penis).

By fredericka-hunter
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PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION ABT-320 (3 CREDIT HOURS) )

PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION ABT-320 (3 CREDIT HOURS) )

PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION ABT-320 (3 CREDIT HOURS) ). LECTURE 4 LECTURE-WISE COURSE BREAKUP MATING SYSTEMS IN SEXUALLY REPRODUCING PLANTS BIOMETRICAL GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING FACTORS AFFECTING CROP PRODUCTION. MATING SYSTEMS IN SEXUALLY REPRODUCING PLANTS. Three mating systems:

By mollie-rhodes
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Chapter 10 & 11 Sexual Reproduction and Genetics

Chapter 10 & 11 Sexual Reproduction and Genetics

Chapter 10 & 11 Sexual Reproduction and Genetics. I. Meiosis produces four haploid sex cells from one original diploid (2n) cell. A. Eggs are gametes produced by the female. B. Sperm are gametes produced by the male. C. Diploid cells ( 2n ) are cells with two of each kind of chromosome.

By dayshaun-matthew
(105 views)

Parthenogenesis

Parthenogenesis

Parthenogenesis. Virgin Birth. Normal S exual Reproduction (humans). Female gamete 23 chrom. Male gamete 23 chrom. Human child 46 chromosomes. Parthenogenetic Reproduction. Female gamete 23 chrom. Female gamete 23 chrom. Parthenogenetic offspring 46 chromosomes. Bdelloid rotifers

By sonia-mosley
(186 views)

Reproductive System

Reproductive System

Reproductive System. Ms. Bowman. Primary Sex Organs (gonads). Male-testes Females-ovaries Functions Produce sex cells or gametes Male gamete is sperm Female gamete is ova or eggs Secrete sex hormones. Male Anatomy. Female Anatomy. Female Anatomy.

By gay-sears
(128 views)

Which body system is the most important in maintaining the survival of an entire species?

Which body system is the most important in maintaining the survival of an entire species?

Which body system is the most important in maintaining the homeostasis (and survival) of an individual organism?. Which body system is the most important in maintaining the survival of an entire species?. Reproduction. Reproduction.

By jermaine-holcomb
(74 views)

Human Development

Human Development

Human Development. Development Parenting styles Cognition DNA Theories of development Conception Genes Developmental theorists Assimilation Genotype Teratogenic effects Threshold effect Phenotype Imprinting Accommodation

By zephr-fry
(165 views)

MEIOSIS & SEXUAL REPRODUCTION

MEIOSIS & SEXUAL REPRODUCTION

MEIOSIS & SEXUAL REPRODUCTION. OBJECTIVES. Understand the meaning of “SEX” Understand distinction between meiosis and mitosis Understand the processes that take place during meiosis Be familiar with relevant vocabulary presented in class. TERMINOLOGY TO KNOW.

By freya-petersen
(122 views)

Angiosperm Reproduction

Angiosperm Reproduction

Angiosperm Reproduction. The Flower, Pollination, the Seed, and Photoperiodism. Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms. Gametes are delicate single cells. For two plants to cross fertilize, there must be a mechanism for the two gametes to reach each other safely.

By shaeleigh-cross
(188 views)

Mendelian genetics Unit 5 LT 8.10.1

Mendelian genetics Unit 5 LT 8.10.1

Mendelian genetics Unit 5 LT 8.10.1. Intro to genetics. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_PQ8qYtUL0. Traits. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP27i05-vTg. Hook - Before we begin…. ..think about this…

By chaim-freeman
(114 views)

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