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Heredity Unit 1

Reproduction of Plants and Animals

TermDefinition
Asexual Reproduction Offspring are created from a single organism and there clones of their parents
Binary Fission A type of reproduction where a parent splits into 2 to create their offspring
Budding An offspring grows out of the parent
Fragmentation/Regeneration A limb or body part is broken off to create offspring
Sexual Reproduction The genes of 2 parents are combined to create an offspring with traits from both parents
Internal Fertilization Fertilization occurs inside the female (except for seahorses)
External Fertilization Fertilization occurs outside the female in a watery medium
Angiosperms Flowering plant
Petals Attracts pollinators, protects inner structures
Sepal To protect and support the flower (makes sure that it doesn't dry out)
Stem Provides support; transports water and nutrients, stores water and food
Anther Produces pollen (Sperm)
Filament Stalk that holds anther up
Stamen Filament and anther (male parts)
Stigma Sticky part where pollen sticks
Style Stalk that supports the stigma
Ovary Where fertilization occurs (it turns into a fruit after)
Pistil Female parts
Pollination When the sperm is carried to eggs
Created by: s45723