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Chapter 41

Revise Plant Reproduction

Name the two ways that plants can reproduce. Sexually and asexually.
Define sexual reproduction. When male and female plants cross pollinate to produce seeds.
Define asexual reproduction. Only one parent involved and the plant is genetically identical to the parent.
Can you give an example of asexual reproduction in plants? Strawberry plants reproduce asexually.
What are the male and female gametes in a plant called? Stamen and Carpel.
What part of the plant produces the egg cell? The Carpel.
What part of the plant produces pollen? The Stamen.
What is pollination? When pollen is carried from on flower to another and comes in contact with the carpels stigma.
What is formed when the pollen fertilises the egg cell? A zygote.
What does the zygote develop into? A seed.
What are the 4 methods of seed dispersal? Animal, Wind, Water and Self dispersal.
What is germination? The first stage of growth.
Why is germination necessary? The plant would stay as a seed if it did not germinate.
What 3 conditions are needed for seeds to germinate? Water, Oxygen and Warmth.
Created by: SC Dave