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AIM: SWBAT identify the different parts of the flower and their role in plant reproduction

Please Do Now: Answer the following questions:

1. In what cell layer of the leaf does the majority of photosynthesis take place?

2. Why does the spongy

mesophyll

layer of cells look the way it does? What function does the “sponginess” serve?

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Do NowBrooklyn Botanic Garden GAPBrief NotesSexual Encounters of the floral kindFlower Dissection LabReading/Annotation

Agenda

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Offering a Gardening Apprentice Program

Work behind the scenes or with garden visitors

Learn about botany and the environment

grow harvest and cook your own fruits and vegetables

Develop job skills

THIS WOULD BE AN INCREDIBLE ADDITION TO ANY RESUME FOR APPLYING TO COLLEGE

GUESS WHO WOULD HAVE A GREAT CHANCE AT GETTING ACCEPTED? YOU. WHY? YOU HAVE TAKEN A PLANT BIOLOGY COURSE ALREADY

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See me for flyerswww.bbg.org/gapTier 2 and 3 of the program are paidOpen House November 10thCommunity Service CreditApplications Due December 5th

Garden Apprentice Program

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Many species of plants have a single species of pollinator, and have evolved to be particularly suited to that pollinatorThe colors will be well suited to attract that particular species, the smell, and the shape will match the beak

How have plants and their pollinators co-evolved?

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The pollen grain lands on the stigmaA tube grows down to the ovarySperm passes through the tube and fertilizes an ovumA seed develops from the fertilized ovum

What happens after pollination?

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Pollen Tube

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One Flower per group of one or twoEach Partner Keeps their own data sheet and turns it inOnly work on the poster section when all other work is completedIf you need help finding parts, raise your hand I will come and helpQuestions?

During the Lab

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