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Angio-Gymnosperms

Angiosperms and Gymnosperms

QuestionAnswer
Are the female cones larger or smaller? larger
seeds are not surrounded by a protective container gymnosperms
a very short, nonvascular plant that does not have true stems, roots or leaves moss
special type of gymnosperm that produces cones conifers
group of flowering plants that reproduce with seeds that are protected within a fruit angiosperm
the tiny plant that is in the seed embryo
Movement of pollen from the male reproductive organs to the female reproductive organ pollination
The female cones become ___________ when they have eggs that need to be pollinated. sticky
All angiosperms produce ________________. flowers
For pollination to take place, polen grains must get to the __________ of the flower. pistil
Where do new seeds begin to form? bottom of the pistil
gymno means naked
Do scientist classify a tomato as a fruit or vegetable? fruit
sperm means seed
female part of a flower pistil
male part of a flower stamen
angio means container
The two main types of vascular plants are angiosperms and gymnosperms
type of plant that has thin, wax-covered needles gymnosperm
plants with small, plain colors flowers are usually pollinated by the _____________ (bonus) wind
part of the seed that surrounds the embryo and provides food for it while it germinates cotyledon
conifer seeds develop which cone female cone
Are angiosperms vascular plants? yes
Are gymnosperms vascular plants? yes
Do some angiosperms have some flowers that are too small to see? yes
Most plants on earth reproduce with ______. seeds
Created by: Cabrini