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Science(Plant reproduction)

What is reproduction? The formation of new individuals
What is asexual reproduction? When new individuals are formed from only one parent
Give an example of a plant which produces using asexual in reproduction Strawberrys
What is the name of a method of sexual reproduction in plants? Runners
What is sexual reproduction? When two sex cells unite
What is a gamete? A sex cell
Name the parts of a flower Sepals,petals,carpel,stamen
What is the function of the sepals? To protect the flower when it is a bud
What is the function of the petals? To protect the internal parts of a flower. Their colour also attract insects
What is the carpel? It is the female part of the flower and it produces an egg cell. The nucleus of the egg is the female gamete
What is the stamen? It is the male part of the flower and it produces pollen grains. The nucelus of the pollen grain is the male gamete
The carpel is the female part of the flower, what is the structure of it? Stigma,style and ovary
What is the stigma? The place where pollen grains will land
What is the style? The style connects the stigma to the ovary
What is the ovary? The part that contains the ovules,where the egg is produced
The stamen is the male part of the flower, what is the structure of it? Filament and anther
What is the filament? A stalk that supports the anther.
Where is the filament located and why? It is located high in the flower so that pollen can leave the flower more easily
What is the anther? It part that makes the pollen grains
What is pollination? The transfer of pollen from a stamen to a carpel
What types of pollination are there? Wind pollination and insect pollination
What is fertilisation? The joining of the male and female gametes to form a zygote
What happens once fertilisation has happened in a plant? The ovule forms a seed
What is dispersal? The carrying of the seed as far as possible from the parent plant
What types of dispersal are there? Wind dispersal,animal dispersal,self dispersal and water dispersal
Animal dispersal seeds are sticky, give an example of animal dispersed seeds Goosegrass
What is germination? The growth of a seed to form a new plant
What conditions are necessary for germination? Water,oxygen and a suitable temperature
Created by: Chimozukee