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ELL Biology Ch 10

Reproduction in Seed Plants

TermDefinition
petal a part of a flower that is often brightly colored
sepal a special kind of leaf that protects a flower bud
pistil the female part of a flower
ovary the bottom part of a pistil where female reproductive cells are formed
ovule the part of the ovary that contains the female reproductive cells
stamen the male part of a flower
pollen a light and powdery substance that contains the male reproductive cells of a plant
pollination the movement of pollen from a stamen to a pistil
fertilization the joining of a male reproductive cell and a female reproductive cell
vegetative propagation a kind of asexual reproduction that uses parts of plants to grow new plants
cuttings a plant piece that can be used to grow new plants
bulb a type of underground stem
tuber a type of fleshy underground stem often used to store food for the plant
grafting the production of a new plant by joining the stems of two different plants
stigma top of the pistil
style long section of pistil that leads from the stigma to the ovary
anther top of the stamen where pollen is released
filament long, thin stalk that holds the anther up in the air
Created by: Jesse Wayland