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Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
Plant Reproduction
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Plant Reproduction
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  • 1. Plant Reproduction BY: KIMONIE MOORE
  • 2. Table of Contents1. What is Pollination? 6. Seed Dispersal Methods2. Pollination Process 7. Vocab. 13. What is Fertilization? 8. Vocab. 24. Fertilization Process 9. Vocab. 35. Seed Dispersal 10. End
  • 3. What is Pollination? The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma.Table of Contents
  • 4. Pollination Process  Plant grows and eventually flowers  Bee/Butterfly visits flower and is dusted in pollen  Bee/Butterfly visits another flower and the pollen rubs onto the stigma  Flower dies and seed pod develops. Some plants develop fruit around the seed ex. Blackberry  Seed dispersal  A seed germinatesTable of Contents
  • 5. What is Fertilization? The joining of pollen with an ovule to form a seedTable of Contents
  • 6. Fertilization Process Pollen lands on stigma Pollen goes down the style and enters the ovary Fertilizes ovules Ovary swells as seed ripens Table of Contents
  • 7. Seed dispersal Plants need to disperse their seeds away from themselves to stop overcrowding and to create new colonies. Nearly all seeds are produced within “fruits”. These fruits enable seeds to be dispersed Table of Contents in a variety of ways.
  • 8. Seed Dispersal Methods Wind Method  Catching a Lift Method  Animal Food Method Bursting Method  Drop and Roll Method Shakers Method Further description of Water Method each methodsTable of
  • 9. Vocabulary (Female Organs)  Stigma- the sticky part of the pistil that pollen sticks to  Style- is long outgrowth of the ovary that collects pollen from the stamens  Ovary- the base part of the pistil that holds the ovules  Ovules- the unfertilized seeds of the plantTable of Contents
  • 10. Vocab. cont’  Pistil (carpel) - the female part of the flower that contains the stigma, ovary, style, and ovules  Anther- the part of the flower that holds theMale Organs pollen  Filament- the long thread-like part of the flower that holds the anthers out so insects can get to the pollen Table of
  • 11. Vocab. cont’  Petal- the colorful part of the flower that attracts insects and other pollinators  Receptacle- the top of the flower stalk that bears the flower parts  Sepal- the part that covers the outside of a flower bud to protect the flower before it opens  Germinate- to develop into a plant or individual, as a seed, spore, or bulb.Table of Contents
  • 12. Resources Seed dispersal:http://www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/science/plants_pt2/dispe rsal.htm Original website of the lessons:http://www.gamequarium.com/plants.html Fruits:http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case4/c4f-enlarge.html Flower Parts definitions:http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case4/c4m1.html Fertilization definition and process:http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/glossary/fertilization.html Plant reproduction activity:http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/plant_repro/eng/Introduction/activity1pop.htm Plant reproduction activities and pollination process:http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/plant_repro/eng/Introduction/activity2pop.htm

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