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Ch.14B #193411

Cubangbang science 7 Ch.14 - tAVA54

when a offspring recieves genes from both its parents sexual reproduction
special cells that have only one not two of each kind of chromosomes normally found in an organism haploid
leaf like structures positioned at the base of the flower sepals
largest part of the outter flower petals
male reproductive part of the flower stamen
the male gametes of the flower pollen
female part of the flower that is reproductive pistil
swollen area at the bottom of the flower ovary
slender stalk above the ovary style
on top of the style which is often sticky stigma
process of transferring pollen from an anther to a stigma pollination
contains egg of the plant(the female gametes) ovules
flowers produces a zygote fertilization
zygote that grows into a tiny plant embryo
ovule that develops into a seed
seed that contains the embryo stored into food(in the form of one or two) cotyledons
ovary that grows and devolops a fruit
does NOT involve gametes asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction that provides very little genetic variation
the spider plants that forms which is called runners
trees that produce shoots from their spreading root system is root sprouts
leaf that produces in a certain matter is called a leaf cutting
an essential for a seed formation pollination
this caries their pollen from the stamens to the stigmas pollinators
Created by: tava54