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Reproduction Vocab

Vocabulary for reproduction and plant particles

What is Asexual Reproduction? An offspring in which is made from only one organism
What is Binary Fusion? An offspring from a single organism that is an exact copy of the parent
What is Budding? An offspring that grows off of the parent's body but is an exact copy of the parent
What is Fragmentation/Regeneration? When the part of the body is cut off or destroyed, the parent can regenerate a new offspring in the form of the missing limb or body part
What is Sexual Reproduction? When an offspring is created by two parents
What is Internal Fertilization? Fertilization occuring within the female (egg + sperm)
What is External Reproduction? Fertilization that occurs outside of the female
What are Angiosperms? They are flowering plants that have reproduction structures. Some of which produce fruit but not all of them are sweet
What are Petals? They are to attract pollinators and protects the inner structures of the plant
What are Sepals? They are to support and protect the plant from drying out
What is the Stem? It provides the support of the weight and carries the nutrients and water
What is an Anther? It is the male part of the plant. Many of us refer it as pollen, but it is actually the sperm of the plant
What is the Filament? The support that holds the Anther up
What is the Stamen? All of the male parts grouped all together
What is the Stigma? Where all of the pollen sticks to and where nectar is produced
What is the Style? The structure to help support the Stigma
What is the Ovary? Where the fertilization occurs. It can create a seed if it in contact with pollen
What is the Pistil? They are simply the female parts of the flower altogether
What is Pollination? Pollination is the process of mammals such as bees, hummingbirds, butterflies and bats move the pollen to the male part to the female stigma.
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