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Plant reproduction

lecture 20

sexual reproduction fusion of egg and sperm which produces genetically different offspring
asexual reproduction only involves one parent. genetically identical organisms or clones are produced
biotic pollinators include birds, bats and mammals
abiotic pollinators include wind and water
the stamen consists of the anther and filament
the carpel consists of the stigma, style and ovary with ovule
floral parts sit on this the receptacle
cross pollinated plants include maize, rye , carrot, cauliflower and onion
cross pollinated plants include wheat rice and barley
the most important pollinators are bees. they collect nectar and pollen
other pollinators include birds, moths and bats
fragmentation occurs in stolons and runners
potatoes are also called tubers
examples of bulbs include daffodils and onions
cuttings can be taken from stems, leaves and roots
methods used to produce fruit trees are grafting and budding
apomixis embryo arises from unfertilised egg or from cells covering the ovule
Created by: MKHealy