GOOD MORNING GUYS!! 
GROUP 2
1. FREDERICK C.L.P.S. (135040100111160)
2. ANINDITA DWI L.
(135040101111006)
3. MIFTAKHUL JA...
THE CYCLE OF PLANT
GROUP 2
POLINATION
AND
FERTILIZATION

PHOTOSYNTESIS

GERMINATION
G m nat i on i s t he devel opm of a seed f r omi t s em yoni c f or m
er i
ent
br

t o t he bi r t h of a new pl ant .

F...
Base on cot yl edon,i t ’s der i ved i nt o :

• Epygeal
• H
ypogeal
The st eps of ger m nat i on pr ocesses ar e :
i
I m ...
PHOTOSYNTESIS

is a process of taking inroganic material to make
new organic matter through the combining of
carbon dioxid...
THIS PROCESS ONLY OCCURS IN GREEN
PLANTS, BLUE-GREEN ALGAE, AND CERTAIN
BACTERIA.
DESCRIPTION ABOUT THE PROCESS
PHOTOSYNTESIS :
• what allows the plants to make their own food
• allows the chlorophyll ins...
ADVANCED :
• Photosynthesis also needs the following raw
materials to function: carbon, oxygen and
hydrogen.
• Animals bre...
POLLINATION AND
FERTILIZATION PROCESS
Grains / pollen on the stigma attached
Reed powder form ( 2 core , the
vegetative nucleus and generative
nucleus ) runs to...
Dead vegetative nucleus
One sperm fertilizes the egg
nucleus
Embryos
The other sperm nucleus
fertilizes the endosperm nucl...
Because fertilization takes place two times then
fertilization on Angiospermae called double
fertilization .
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  1. 1. GOOD MORNING GUYS!!  GROUP 2 1. FREDERICK C.L.P.S. (135040100111160) 2. ANINDITA DWI L. (135040101111006) 3. MIFTAKHUL JANNAH(135040101111007) 4. PATRICIA SRISERE I. (135040101111019) 5. RIZKA WAHYU P (135040101111021)
  2. 2. THE CYCLE OF PLANT GROUP 2
  3. 3. POLINATION AND FERTILIZATION PHOTOSYNTESIS GERMINATION
  4. 4. G m nat i on i s t he devel opm of a seed f r omi t s em yoni c f or m er i ent br t o t he bi r t h of a new pl ant . Fact or s t hat i nf l uence i n ger m nat i on ar e : i I nt er nal Ext er nal
  5. 5. Base on cot yl edon,i t ’s der i ved i nt o : • Epygeal • H ypogeal The st eps of ger m nat i on pr ocesses ar e : i I m bi t i o bi n Em yo i s br gr owand devel op
  6. 6. PHOTOSYNTESIS is a process of taking inroganic material to make new organic matter through the combining of carbon dioxide and water using solar energy.
  7. 7. THIS PROCESS ONLY OCCURS IN GREEN PLANTS, BLUE-GREEN ALGAE, AND CERTAIN BACTERIA.
  8. 8. DESCRIPTION ABOUT THE PROCESS PHOTOSYNTESIS : • what allows the plants to make their own food • allows the chlorophyll inside each leaf to capture energy. • The captured energy is used to build carbohydrates from simple raw materials. (water, carbon dioxide and minerals) These carbohydrates, also known as sugar, are the plants food. • The plant uses some of the sugar, but also stores some.
  9. 9. ADVANCED : • Photosynthesis also needs the following raw materials to function: carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. • Animals breath out carbon dioxide, so this gives the plants oxygen and carbon. • Plants receive the hydrogen through water. • The materials enter the plant either at the roots or the leaves.
  10. 10. POLLINATION AND FERTILIZATION PROCESS
  11. 11. Grains / pollen on the stigma attached Reed powder form ( 2 core , the vegetative nucleus and generative nucleus ) runs toward the micropyle ( doors bladder institutions ) Generative nucleus divides 2 Sperm nuclei Reach the micropyle
  12. 12. Dead vegetative nucleus One sperm fertilizes the egg nucleus Embryos The other sperm nucleus fertilizes the endosperm nucleus Bladder agencies ( food reserve for the embryo ) .
  13. 13. Because fertilization takes place two times then fertilization on Angiospermae called double fertilization .
  14. 14. Question and Answer Section Any QUESTION?
  15. 15. *

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