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Flowering Plants

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants

the colored part of flowers petals
the function of petals attract insects for pollination
male reproductive structure of a flower stamen
the two parts of the stamen anther and filament
part of stamen that produces pollen anther
female reproductive structure of a flower pistil
the three parts of the pistil stigma, style, and ovary
this is the sticky structure where pollen collects on the pistil stigma
the name for the eggs in the ovary ovules
the fertilized ovule develops into this seed
the ovary containing fertilized ovules develops into this fruit
flowers that contain both male and female reproductive structures perfect flowers
flowers that contain either male or female reproductive structures, but not both imperfect flowers
occurs when pollen is transferred to the stigma of a flower on ANOTHER plant of the same species cross pollination
occurs when pollen is transferred to the stigma of a flower on the SAME plant self pollination
over the ground stems runners
forms of a sexual reproduction in plants vegetative propagation
modified leaves that make up the outer most ring of the flower and protect the bud sepals
Created by: jdixonteacher