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Asexual reproduction Offspring are produced by a single parent
Binary fission division of 2 cells, parent and offspring are identical
Budding Offspring grows from parent
Fragmentation/Regeneration Offspring develop from pieces of the parent
Sexual reproduction The genetic information of 2 parents combined to create an offspring
Internal fertilization Fertilization occurs within female
External fertilization Fertilization occurs outside the female
Angiosperms Flowering plant
Anther produces pollen
Filament stalk holds another up
Stamen Filament and stalk
Stigma Sticky part where pollen sticks
Style Stalk that supports
Ovary Where fertilization occurs. Seeds and fruit formed
Pistil Female parts
Pollination -Pollinators include hummingbirds, bats, bees, and butterfly -Pollinators are attracted by nectar
Created by: S38551