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P&A - Reproduction

Plant and Animal Reproduction Vocab

What is self feritlization? When the male gamete of a plant fertilizes its own female gamete.
What are the key male organs in the reproductive system? Testes, penis
What are the key female organs in the reproductive system? Ovaries, uterus, vagina
What are the two hormones are found in higher amounts in females than males? Estrogen and progesterone
What hormone do males have more of? Testosterone
What is plant sperm? Pollen
Where is pollen produced? Anthers
What is the reproductive organ of angiosperms? Flower
What are the male parts of the flower? Filament, Anthers, Pollen
What are the female parts of a flower? Stima, style, ovule
What role does your endocrine system play in reproduction? Produces the hormones necessary for sexual maturity and function.
Where are eggs created? Ovaries
What is the path a pollen grain takes from creation to fertilization of the egg within an ovule? Anther -> Stigma -> Style -> Ovary
Created by: kpartin