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Science Reproduction

Plants and Animals Reproduction Terms

Asexual reproduction Offspring is created from a single organism (parent) and are exact copies of that parent
Binary Fission Divide into two identical cells
Budding Offspring grows out of the parent’s body. Not an equal dividing like binary fission
Fragmentation/Regeneration Offspring from out of broken off pieces of the parent
Sexual reproduction The genetic information from two parents is combined to create offspring with unique genetic traits
Internal Fertilization Fertilization (egg + sperm) occurs within the female usually
External Fertilization Fertilization occurs outside the female in a watery medium
Angiosperms Flowering Plant
Petals Attract Pollinators, protect the inner structure
Sepal To protect and support the flower, keep from drying out
Stem Provide support, transport, water, and nutrients, store water and food
Anther Produces Pollen (Sperm)
Figment Stalk that holds anther up
Stamen Male Parts
Sigma Sticky part where pollen sticks
Style Stalk that supports the stigma
Ovary Where fertilization occurs (pollen + egg = seed), seeds are turned into fruit
Pistil Female Parts
Pollination Hummingbirds, Birds, Bats, Butterflies, and Bees. Pollinators are attracted by nectar. Pollen attaches to the pollinator and brushes the sticky stigma.
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