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Heredity Unit 2

Asexual reproduction Only one parent is needed for successful reproduction meaning that the offspring will look identical to the parent.
Binary fission When one cell divides into two cells.
Budding When the offspring grows out of the parents body instead of equally dividing.
Fragmentation/Regeneration When the offspring grows of a fragment of a parent.
Sexual reproduction Two parents are needed to reproduce successfully. The offspring will look like a mix between the parents.
Internal fertilization Fertilization (egg + sperm) occurs most commonly within the female.
External fertilization when the eggs are fertilized outside of the female.
Angiosperms A flowering plant.
Anther Produces pollen (the sperm).
Filament The stalk that holds up the anther.
Stamen The male parts of a flower.
Stigma The sticky part of a female plant where the pollen sticks.
Style Stalk that supports the stigma.
Ovary Where fertilization takes place place creating seeds that turn into fruit.
Pistil The female parts of a plant.
Pollination When pollen is transferred to a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant in order for fertilization to occur.
Created by: s38586