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Heredity Unit 1

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How many parents are required for asexual reproduction? One.
What is binary fission? The splitting of a creature to create another exact copy of it's self.
What is budding? A small 'bud' forms on the creature and breaks off once too heavy, creating a new organism.
What is fragmentation/regeneration? When a parent cuts off part of it's self and a new organism grows back from the piece.
How many parents are required for sexual reproduction? Two.
What is internal fertilization? When the egg(s) are fertilized inside of an organism.
What is external fertilization? When the egg(s) are fertilized outside of an organism.
Pistil The female parts of a plant. Includes ovary, style, and stigma.
Stamen The male parts of a plant. Includes filament and anther.
Anther Creates pollen.
Stigma Collects pollen.
Filament Supports the anther.
Style Supports the stigma.
Petal Attracts pollinators
Sepal Supports the petals
Stem Used to transport the water absorbed by the roots to the ovary and other plant parts.
Ovary Creates the egg/seed/fruit of the plant.
Pollination The process of plant pollen/seeds being transported and growing new plants.
Angiosperms Plants that produce flowers and seeds.
Created by: s43433