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  • 1. Instruction: There are 6 butterflies,6 bees, and 6 flowers each picture contain question, pick a number and answer the question, select the “correct" answer among a set of three or four options; by clicking the answer of your choice. After answering, your choice will be checked either correct or incorrect. If your answer is correct proceed to the next question and if your answer is wrong click back to question.
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  • 3. 1.A flower has parts that are responsible for the making of seeds. These are _____ and _____. a.Pistil and stamen b.Sepals and sepals c.Style and pollens d.Filament and ovary
  • 4. 2. The male reproductive organ of a flower is _____? a.Anther b.Pollen c.Pistil d.Stamen
  • 5. 3. The female reproductive organ of a flower is the ______? a.Ovule b.Pistil c.Stamen d.Ovary
  • 6. 4. Pollination is important in ________. a.Production of seeds b.Planting seed c.Scattering seeds d.Germinating seeds
  • 7. 5. Which sentence best describes fertilization in flower? It is ____. a.The union of sperm cell and the egg cell in the ovary b.The transfer of the pollen grains from the anther to the stigma c.The replanting of seedling d.The reproduction of seeds
  • 8. 6. It protects the embryo. a.Root b.Leaf c.Seed coat d. flower
  • 9. 7. It grows into a young plant. a.Seed coat b.Endosperm c.Embryo d.dicot
  • 10. 8. It provides food to the young plant. a.Seed coat b.Embryo c.Endosperm d. monocot
  • 11. 9. Which of these is not a part of a seed? a.Flower b.Embryo c.Seed coat d.endosperm
  • 12. 10. Which statement is true ? a.All plants have seeds. b.Seeds grow from petals. c.All seeds have embryos.
  • 13. 11. The epicotyl is a part of the embryo of the seed that grows into _______. a.Leaves b.Roots c.Stem d.flower
  • 14. 12.A flowering plant whose seeds have oneseed leaf or cotyledon is______. a.a monocot b.a dicot c.an embryo d.endosperm
  • 15. 13. A flowering plant whose seeds have two-seed leaf or cotyledon is______. a.a monocot b.a dicot c.an embryo d. endosperm
  • 16. 14.A corn seed is an example of ________. a.a monocot b.a dicot c.an endosperm d.embryo
  • 17. 15. The food of the young plant is __________? a.Seed coat b.Endosperm c.Embryo d.Stems
  • 18. 16.The part of the seed that grows into a young plant is ________? a.Embryo b.Seed coat c.Endosperm d.Anther
  • 19. 17. The flowering plants usually grow from _______? a.Soil b.Seeds c.Stems d.Fruits
  • 20. 18. Aside from favorable temperature, a germinating seed needs oxygen, good soil, and ________? a.Water b.Wind c.Shelter d.Sun