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Plant Reproduction

sporophyte is the stage ,the plant reproduces spores
gametophte is the stage, the plant reproduces two kinds of sex cells
annual are plants with a life cycle that lasts only one year
biennials a plant that takes two years to grow from seed to fruition and die.
perennial is the plant that flowers
fertiliztion sperm cells unites with an egg cell
Zygrote is water in the environment of a plant
cones are covers with scales most gymnosperm produce two types of cones male/female
ovule is a structure that contains an egg cell
fruit is the ripened ovary and other structures that enclose one or more seeds
flower is the reproduction structure of an angiosperm
pollination is the transfer of pollen from male reproductive structure to female reproductive structure
sepals protect the developing flower and are often green in color
petals are generally the most colorful parts of a flower
stamens are the male reproductive parts
pistils are found in the center of most flower
ovary protect the seed as they develop
Created by: kcordonacevedo