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Mitosis and Plants

Mitosis and Plant Reproduction

QuestionAnswer
Asexual Reproduction one parent, makes offspring identical to the parents
Sexual Reproduction two parents, makes offspring with traits from both parents
Examples of asexual reproduction split into two parts, budding,
Mitosis cell division, makes 2 identical daughter cells
Why is mitosis important? to grow, repair cells, replace dead cells
What is the correct order of mitosis? interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase *know what these phases look like!!!
How many chromosomes are in each daughter cell after mitosis? the same amount as a parent cell
What is the reproduction structure of an angiosperm? flower
What is the name of flowering plants? Angiosperms.
Male reproductive part of a flowering plant? stamen (includes anther and filament)
Female reproductive part of a flowering plant? pistil (stigma, style, ovule)
What part of the stamen contains the pollen? anther
When does pollination happen? when pollen from anther lands on the sticky stigma.
Where does fertilization happen and then becomes the fruit? the ovary
What is seed dispersal? when seeds move to another place to grow
What are examples of seed dispersal? animals eat the fruit and move the seeds or the wind helps some plants move the seeds.
Created by: solgarcia