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Plant Repro-Liz

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pistil female reproductive organ inside the flower.
ovary swollen base of the pistil where the ovules are found.
stamen the maile reproductive organ inside the flower
ovule in seed plants, the female reproductive part that produces eggs.
pollination transfer of pollen grains to the female part of the plant.
pollen grain small structure poduced by the male reproductive organs of a seed plant; has water resistant coat.
prothallus gametophyte plant.
sori fern stuctures in which spores are produced.
rhizome the underground root that fronds grow from
frronds fern leaves
sporophyte stage cells formed in this stage have diploid number of chromosomes.
spores haploid cells.
gametophyte stage plant life cycle stage that begins when cells in reproductive organs go under meiosis.
germination series of events that results into the growth of a plant from a seed.
Created by: Liz Palmer