PLANT/FLOWER STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

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PLANT/FLOWER STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

MRS. MARITES L. DE LUNANOVEMBER 9-13, 2015

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Reminder for Friday, 11/13/15

Proceed to room 305 – computer lab in the 7

th

grade

Bring your OWN earphones!

You’ll be watching videos and doing virtual labs!

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS MONDAY

1.

__________are

flat,

step-like

areas built on a hillside to hold rainwater and prevent it from running

downhill.

2. Topsoil layer is rich in nutrients because it contains __________.

3. Warm and wet climate forms soil the fastest. (T/F)

4. ___________is reducing

the number of times fields are tilled, or plowed, in a year.

E

5.

____________

im

are rows of trees planted between fields to “break,” or reduce, the force of winds that can carry off

soil.

es

,

soil forms

fastsoil forms fastest

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Essential Questions : Tuesday

1. The reproductive organ of plants is called _____________.

2. A flower may have both male and female reproductive parts. (T/F).

3. The project

is all about an argumentative research paper due on December 2, 2015. (T/F)

4. Flowers produce seeds.

(T/F)

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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS : THURSDAY

1. The male reproductive part of the flower is __________.

2. The female reproductive part of the flower is _________.

3. The process where pollen is transferred from the male to the stigma of the

female

flower.

4. The enlarged ovary of a flower is the _____________.

5. Flowers produce ___________.

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HOMEWORK : DUE FRIDAY 11/13/15

1. DRAW THE PARTS OF THE FLOWER. LABEL EACH PART AND BE ABLE TO TELL THE FUNCTION OF EACH PART.

2. WHY IS A FLOWER IMPORTANT IN PLANTS?

3. IF SOME PLANTS HAVE NO FLOWERS, HOW DO YOU THINK WILL THEY REPRODUCE?

4. BRING A FLOWER TOMORROW - TUESDAY

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PROJECT PAPER DISTRIBUTION

Research paper that is argumentative in nature.

You are given approximately almost a month to finish.

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TARGETS : MONDAY6.L.1.1 : I can

1. tell what a flower is

2. Identify the major parts of the flower

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TARGETS : TUESDAY6.L.1.1 : I can

1. compare and contrast a stamen from a pistil.

2. tell what pollination is

3. examine the physical parts of the flower and be able to tell the functions of each part.

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Targets : ES 6.L.1.1Thursday

Compare and contrast sepal from a petal

Describe a pollen grain and tell the role of pollen grain in fertilization

Dissect a flower

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Vocabulary : Mondayflower

Flower is the

reproductive structure of a plant where fertilization takes

place

Sentence.

The flower holds the parts of the plant that make seeds. 

Your turn!

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New Concept : Flower Parts and Structure

https://drive.google.com/a/wcpss.net/file/d/0ByVSK9pUdCiqVmk3UEhWeGthUVk/view

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Vocabulary Word : TuesdaySTAMEN VS PISTIL

Stamen is male reproductive organ of a flower that produces pollen.Sentence. The stamen is the organ inside the flower that makes pollen, tiny yellow particles the plant needs to reproduce

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VOCABULARY : PISTIL

Pistil is the female reproductive organ of a flower that can be fertilized by pollen

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NEW CONCEPT : POLLINATION

the transfer of pollen from the stamen (male) to the stigma (female

)

Pollen can be transported from the stamen of one flower by other living organisms or the wind to the stigma of another flower. This is how they reproduce.

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VOCABULARY WORD : THURSDAYPETAL VS. SEPAL

Petal - The

parts of a flower that are often conspicuously colored. 

Sepal -

The outer parts of the flower (often green and leaf-like) that enclose a developing bud. 

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New Concept : Thursday

POLLEN is a yellow powder produced by the stamen of a flower; pollen fertilizes the pistil of another flower (related word: pollinate)

Anther is the part of a flower's stamen that contains the pollen ; in a flower, anthers produce pollen

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FILAMENT : MALE

The filament supports the anther, which is where pollen develops.

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New Concept : Ovary vs Ovule

Ovary is the female reproductive organ that produces eggsOvule is found inside the ovary ; otherwise called “small egg”

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ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY FOR THE WEEKNOVEMBER 9-13, 2015

Petal              Filament           Ovule

Sepal             Pollen               Ovary

Stamen         Pistil                  Anther

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ESSENTIAL LINKS FOR THE WEEKNOVEMBER 9-13,2015

https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/CE2FA272-5C49-48E2-960D-60F74D7FC41F

https://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/7F0A94CA-881C-4C8B-8460-D48C3B014D69

https://www.brainpop.com/science/cellularlifeandgenetics/plantgrowth/preview.weml

http://www.mbgnet.net/bioplants/pollination.html?ref=organicgglunkwn&prid=pfseogglunkwn

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