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The brightly colored parts of a flower that attract pollinators petals
The male part of the flower stamen
The part of the flower that produces pollen anther
The female part of the flower pistil
The sticky structure that collects pollen stigma
The part of the flower that produces eggs and may develop into a seed ovule
Pollination occurs when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stigma
Fertilization occurs when a sperm cell fertilizes an egg cell
When they collect nectar from flowers, bees also tranport pollen from flower to flower
The part of the flower through which the pollen tube forms style
After fertilization, the ovary may enlarge to become a fruit
The materials for photosynthesis are sunlight, water, carbon dioxide
Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves
The name of the chemical that absorbs sunlight and allows photosynthesis to occur chlorophyll
The stomata allow photosynthesis to occur by allowing gas exchange
An end product of photosynthesis glucose
The gas released by plants as a result of photosynthesis oxygen
The movement of a plant in response to a stimulus tropism
The response of a plant due to gravity by growing roots downward and shoots upward gravitropism
The response of a plant by growing towards a light source phototropism
The response of a plant by growing towards water hydrotropism
The movement of a plant in response to touch or contact thigmotropism