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Taco Grande
The Game of Fast Answers and Big Tacos
Kciuqstart! 12/11
Do Gymnosperms
make seeds too?
Where are their seeds
located?
The green bottom ring of a flower that
protects an immature flower when it is a
bud is made up of
sepals.
stamens.
petals....
The tip of the pistil is called the
sepal.
stigma.
stamen.
ovary.
Saclike structures that produce
pollen grains are called
styles.
ovaries.
anthers.
pistils.
The long, slender part of the
pistil is called the
style.
ovary.
anther.
filament.
The rounded base of the pistil is
called the
style.
ovary.
anther.
filament.
A plant seed develops from
an ovary.
a sepal.
an ovule.
a pollen tube.
The sperm cells of a flowering
plant are contained in
the ovary.
the stigma.
ovules.
pollen grains.
Pollination occurs when pollen
grains are transported from ____
to ____.
anthers; stigmas
sepals; styles
stigmas; anthers
...
Pollination begins the process of
mitosis.
fertilization.
meiosis.
photosynthesis.
After pollination, a tube grows
from the pollen grain through
the ____ to the ovary.
style
sepal
stigma
stamen
An ovule contains:
pollen grains.
a single egg.
several eggs.
sperm cells.
After fertilization occurs, the
ovary develops into
a new flower.
a seed.
a fruit.
pollen.
After fertilization occurs, the
____ fall away.
petals and stamens
stigmas and sepals
petals and sepals
styles and sepals
How many fruits and seeds
could develop from a flower
with one ovary containing six
ovules?
six fruit and six seeds
one fr...
The ovules and their eggs are
found in the
style.
stigma.
ovary.
anther.
Which of the following releases
pollen grains?
stigma
anther
style
ovary
Fertilization begins when pollen
lands on the
style.
anther.
stigma.
filament.
Fertilization occurs when sperm
cells within pollen grains
fertilize the eggs in a(n)
anther.
stigma.
ovary.
ovule.
In a flower, the
__________________
are the male
reproductive structures.
Pollen grains collect on the
____________________ of a
flower, which is often sticky or
feathery.
The center of a flower contains
one or more female reproductive
structures called
____________________.
Each stamen consists of a thin
stalk called a
____________________.
Saclike structures that produce
pollen grains are called
____________________.
The ovary of a flower contains
one or more
____________________, each
of which contains an egg.
What letter is pointing to the
filament?
What letter is pointing to the
ovary?
What letter is pointing to the
pistil?
What letter is pointing to the
anther?
What letter is pointing to the
stamen?
What letter is pointing to the
stigma?
What letter is pointing to the
style?
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  1. 1. Taco Grande The Game of Fast Answers and Big Tacos
  2. 2. Kciuqstart! 12/11 Do Gymnosperms make seeds too? Where are their seeds located?
  3. 3. The green bottom ring of a flower that protects an immature flower when it is a bud is made up of sepals. stamens. petals. pistils.
  4. 4. The tip of the pistil is called the sepal. stigma. stamen. ovary.
  5. 5. Saclike structures that produce pollen grains are called styles. ovaries. anthers. pistils.
  6. 6. The long, slender part of the pistil is called the style. ovary. anther. filament.
  7. 7. The rounded base of the pistil is called the style. ovary. anther. filament.
  8. 8. A plant seed develops from an ovary. a sepal. an ovule. a pollen tube.
  9. 9. The sperm cells of a flowering plant are contained in the ovary. the stigma. ovules. pollen grains.
  10. 10. Pollination occurs when pollen grains are transported from ____ to ____. anthers; stigmas sepals; styles stigmas; anthers styles; sepals
  11. 11. Pollination begins the process of mitosis. fertilization. meiosis. photosynthesis.
  12. 12. After pollination, a tube grows from the pollen grain through the ____ to the ovary. style sepal stigma stamen
  13. 13. An ovule contains: pollen grains. a single egg. several eggs. sperm cells.
  14. 14. After fertilization occurs, the ovary develops into a new flower. a seed. a fruit. pollen.
  15. 15. After fertilization occurs, the ____ fall away. petals and stamens stigmas and sepals petals and sepals styles and sepals
  16. 16. How many fruits and seeds could develop from a flower with one ovary containing six ovules? six fruit and six seeds one fruit and six seeds one fruit and one seed six fruit and one seed
  17. 17. The ovules and their eggs are found in the style. stigma. ovary. anther.
  18. 18. Which of the following releases pollen grains? stigma anther style ovary
  19. 19. Fertilization begins when pollen lands on the style. anther. stigma. filament.
  20. 20. Fertilization occurs when sperm cells within pollen grains fertilize the eggs in a(n) anther. stigma. ovary. ovule.
  21. 21. In a flower, the __________________ are the male reproductive structures.
  22. 22. Pollen grains collect on the ____________________ of a flower, which is often sticky or feathery.
  23. 23. The center of a flower contains one or more female reproductive structures called ____________________.
  24. 24. Each stamen consists of a thin stalk called a ____________________.
  25. 25. Saclike structures that produce pollen grains are called ____________________.
  26. 26. The ovary of a flower contains one or more ____________________, each of which contains an egg.
  27. 27. What letter is pointing to the filament?
  28. 28. What letter is pointing to the ovary?
  29. 29. What letter is pointing to the pistil?
  30. 30. What letter is pointing to the anther?
  31. 31. What letter is pointing to the stamen?
  32. 32. What letter is pointing to the stigma?
  33. 33. What letter is pointing to the style?
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