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Plants & Flowers

Fourth Grade

The parts of the flower that surround the inside parts of the flower. Petals
The female part of the flower. Pistil
The outer parts of the flower that protect the bud before it opens. Sepals
The male part of the flower. Stamen
Powdery material that contains the male sex cells. Pollen
Female cells are inside this. It is located at the bottom of the pistil. Ovary
The part of the plant that holds the embryo. Seed
When pollen grains are moved from the stamen onto the pistil of a flower. Pollination
The joining of a female cell and a male cell from flowers of the same species. Fertilization
Plants that make seeds inside cones. Conifers
A cell that develops into a new organism. Spore
Seed-bearing plants with flowers. Flowering plants
The protective covering around seeds. Fruit
Where do seeds come from? Flowers
What is a botanist? They study plants.
What is pollinating? Pollinating is when pollen moves from one flower to another of the same kind.
What is pollen? Pollen is a sticky powder.
Flowers can have different_______, _______ and _____ but are still basically the same. Shapes, Sizes and Color
The pistil is where the _____ grows. Seed
Pollen has to be carried from the _____ of the flower to the _____ of another. Stamen, Pistil
What are three seed-making parts of a flower? Stamen, Pistil and Pollen
Pollen is moved by what five things? Wind, Bees, Birds, Butterflies, and Moths
What is "pollen count"? It is the measure of pollen in the air.
True or False: Every plant needs to have a flower to reproduce seeds. False because conifers produce seeds but don't have flowers.
The part of the flower that contains pollen. Anther
Created by: Mdankese