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Plant Reproduction

Plant Reproduction

University of Winnipeg http://www.io.uwinnipeg.ca/~simmons/flower.htm. Plant Reproduction. Topic # 2022. Mr. Christensen. Pearson College http://www.pearson-college.uwc.ca/pearson/biology/asex/asex.htm. Asexual Reproduction.

By Lucy
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Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae. 4. Plantae. Multicellular. Autotrophs. ________________ ________________or producers Cells have _______ _______ and ________________ Have ________ _________ to prevent water loss Colors can be v i b r a n t to attract insects and birds for pollination. Cell.

By mimir
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Gymnosperm vs Angiosperm

Gymnosperm vs Angiosperm

Gymnosperm vs Angiosperm. Flowers, Fruits and Seeds too. Seed Plants. Seed plants are plants that produce seeds in order to reproduce. Two types of seed plants exist today: Gymnosperms “gymno” – meaning “naked” “sperm” – meaning “seed” Angiosperms “angio” – meaning “vessel”

By kara
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Flower Dissection Summary

Flower Dissection Summary

Flower Dissection Summary. Sepals -protect the bud photosynthesizes for developing bud . Steps 1-3 . Petals -attract pollinators. Step 4-6. Stamen. Pistil. Stamen. Pistil. Step 7-9. Stamen -male part of the flower, is made up of: Anther -produces pollen Filament -holds anther up.

By connor
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Warm-Up:

Warm-Up:

Warm-Up:. In a paragraph, explain why the celery turned blue/red after being placed in colored water. Warm-Up:. Using a Venn Diagram, choose two groups of plants to compare and contrast.

By bernie
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LEAVES 23.4

LEAVES 23.4

LEAVES 23.4. Function. Photosynthesis Transpiration – pulling water up from the roots and out the leaves. Structure. Epidermis Upper – covered by cuticle Lower – contains stoma with guard cells. Cont. Palisade layer – many chloroplasts Mesophyll – many air spaces

By osmond
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Anther : The part of the stamen that produces and contains the pollen.

Anther : The part of the stamen that produces and contains the pollen.

Anther : The part of the stamen that produces and contains the pollen. Petals : The colorful, often bright part of the flower. They attract pollinators. Pistil : This is the female part of the flower. It is made up of the stigma, style and ovary.

By deva
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The Parts of a Flower

The Parts of a Flower

The Parts of a Flower. Sepals. The sepals protect the flower before it opens. Petals. The petals attract pollinating insects with their bright colour and attractive scent. Stamens. The stamens are the male part of the flower.

By sherri
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Parts of a Flower

Parts of a Flower

Melissa Johnson. Parts of a Flower. The stamen has two parts: anthers and filaments . The anthers carry the pollen. These are generally yellow in color. Anthers are held up by a thread-like part called the filament. filament. Anther. Stamen.

By karim
(156 views)

Scientific Identification & Classification

Scientific Identification & Classification

Scientific Identification & Classification. Plant Parts. Leaves Stems Roots Flowers. Leaves-External. Petiole-leaf stalk or part that connects the leaf to the stem Blade-the large, flat part of the leaf Midrib-the large center vein Veins-the structural framework of the leaf

By gen
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Parts of a Flower

Parts of a Flower

Parts of a Flower. Flower. Anther. Male part of the flower Contains pollen. Filament. Male part of the flower Supports the anther. Stamen. Collective term for the male parts of the flower. Sepal. Protects the flower while the plant is developing a bud. Stigma.

By skah
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Plant quiz

Plant quiz

Plant quiz. what p art of a plant produces pollen ?. THE. Anther. What is the carpel?. Its the female part of the flower. What is the style?. The style is the female tube that pollen travels down . What is the stigma. i ts a female part sticky to collect pollen . What is the stamen.

By ferrol
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REPRODUCING PLANTS

REPRODUCING PLANTS

REPRODUCING PLANTS. CHAPTER 8 AGRISCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office . July, 2002. TYPES OF PLANT REPRODUCTION.

By niesha
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AIM : How can we describe the basic characteristics of plants?

AIM : How can we describe the basic characteristics of plants?

AIM : How can we describe the basic characteristics of plants? Do Now : Name all the plants you saw today H.W . Read pages 238-245 and do questions 1-5 on 245. . List The 5 Characteristics of Plants. They perform photosynthesis to make GLUCOSE . Can NOT move from place to place.

By yeriel
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Flowers

Flowers

Flowers. Introduction to Agriculture Plant Science Unit. Flower Structure. A flower develops from a bud on the stem or branch of a plant The flower is attached to the stem or flower stalk by an enlarged structure called the receptacle

By nirav
(201 views)

Mandala

Mandala

Mandala. Sacred Circle. The mandala is one of humankind's most ancient art forms. With the circle as its basis, it reflects eternity and all of nature: the sun, the moon and even the bird's nest. Types of mandalas may be found in all religions, as well as in psychology. History

By fauve
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Fundamentals of Genetics Review

Fundamentals of Genetics Review

Fundamentals of Genetics Review. Definitions 100. The field of Biology devoted to understanding how characteristics are transmitted from parents to offspring. Definitions 100. Genetics. Definitions 100.

By bing
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The Work of Gregor Mendel

The Work of Gregor Mendel

The Work of Gregor Mendel. Think About It!. What is an inheritance? It is something we each receive from our parents – a contribution that determines blood type, hair color, and much more. Every living thing has a set of characteristics that are inherited from its parent or parents.

By dani
(118 views)

How are seeds formed?

How are seeds formed?

How are seeds formed?. By: Nyle, Gerome, Geeta, Winnie Class: 5E Motto: Go Go Power Rangers!. Pollination. Pollen grains from the anther need to be transferred to the stigma of the male part. Plants cannot move from place to place so they rely on external areas to carry out pollination.

By curry
(107 views)

The Parts of a Flower

The Parts of a Flower

The Parts of a Flower. Ann Morris, Science Advisory Teacher, PPEC, 15.5.02. If you look carefully at a flower, you will see that it is made up of many different parts. Each part has an important job to do. Sepals. sepal. The sepals protect the flower before it opens. Petals.

By tanika
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