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Science - Alybear

Pages 14-25

A plant structure that surrounds the seeds of flowering plants. Fruit
A young plant Seedling
An organism produced from a spore or fertilized egg, in the early stages of developments. Embryo
One complete life cycle. Generation
A nutrient rich structure in a seed Cotyledon
An immature salmon that migrates to the ocean and becomes an adult there. Smolt
Consisting of only one cell. Unicellular
When the genetic materials of two cells unite. Fertilization
A salmon nest Redd
A fleshy growth of certain fungi that produces spores Mushroom
Three places to find bacteria: hands, mouth, stomachs of Bison, air, soil,
What is the life cycle of the a mushroom? 1. Spores leave the parent 2. Germinate growing down into ground forming strands 3. Strands meet forming a mat & a new forms poking through ground. 4. Mushroom grows 5. Adult lives above the ground.
What are the parts of the mushroom? Stem, cap, ring, and gills
What are the parts of a flower & what are the functions of each part? Stamen: produces pollen - Pistol: gathers the pollen from pollinators and develops the fruit - Sepal: supports the petals and protects the bud - Petal: attracts/repels certain pollinators and protects.
What is a pollinator and why is it important? A pollinator is a organism that carries pollen to the flower of a plant. It is important because pollen is used for fertilization and reproduction.
Where is bacteria found? Almost everywhere
What is a fish ladder for? Used for fish to go up stream when there is a dam so they can spawn (lay eggs).
Reproduction of organisms involves ________, ______, and ______of______. offspring, genetic material, and generations of organisms.
Anopheles mosquito can transmit __________ to humans. Malaria
A fungal life cycle has an... underground threadlike mat
What is the life cycle of a Salmon just before becoming an adult? Smolt Stage
Cotyledon is the part of the seed that.... feeds the growing embryo
Fungi grows best in.... warm and moist places
Created by: alybear28