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Plant Reproduction Vocabulary

Plant VocabularyDefinition
pistil female part of a plant; consists of stigma, style and ovary
stamen male part of a flower; consists of anther and filament
pollen made by the anther; male sex cell
sepal protects the flower bud
petal part of the flower that attracts birds and insects
stem contains xylem and phloem; supports the plant and flower
stigma pollen grains stick here
style pollen tube grows down this
ovary contains eggs; grows into fruit
anther produces pollen
filament supports the anther
seed fertilized egg
egg female sex cell
fruit grows from the ovary; surrounds seeds
pollen tube tube that pollen travels through to get to the egg
fertilization when the male sex cell joins with the female sex cell; sexual reproduction
cross pollination when pollen from the anther is transferred to the stigma of another flower of the same species
self pollination when pollen is transferred from the anther to the stigma of the same flower
germination when a seed becomes a plant; primary root appears
sexual reproduction combining male and female sex cells to create a genetically different organism
asexual reproduction creating a genetically identical organism using bulbs, runners or cuttings
Created by: tbozarth