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Cubangbang #129286

Cubangbang's 6thA Ch.12 Plants & Animals Stack #129286

1.Parts of a flower. Sepals, Stamen, Anther, Pistil, Ovary, Ovules, Style, pedal, filament, and Stigma.
2.Cross-pollination. When pollen is transferred from the anther of one flower to the stigma of a flower on another plant.
3.Self-pollination. When the pollen is transferred from the anther to the stigma of the same flower or to another flower on the same plant.
4.Fertillization. When a male sperm cell inside the pollen travels down the pollen tube and unites with a female egg cell.
5.Zygote. The fertilized egg.
6.Embryo. The term used for a developing plant after the zygote cell divides for the first time.
7.Conifer can range in height from 8cm to over 91m. True
8.Spore is much smaller than a seed and consists of only one cell. True
9.Moss reproduces by spores. True
10.Gestation. The period of time between fertilization and the birth of the animal.
11.Placential mammals. Mammals that develop inside the mother’s body.
12.Marsupial mammals. Mammals that are carried in the mother’s body.
13.Asexual Reproduction. The process of reproducing from only one parent
Created by: jcubangbang