PLANT/FLOWER STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
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PLANT/FLOWER STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
MRS. MARITES L. DE LUNANOVEMBER 9-13, 2015Slide2
Reminder for Friday, 11/13/15
Proceed to room 305 – computer lab in the 7
Bring your OWN earphones!
You’ll be watching videos and doing virtual labs!Slide3
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS MONDAY
areas built on a hillside to hold rainwater and prevent it from running
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.
are rows of trees planted between fields to “break,” or reduce, the force of winds that can carry off
fastsoil forms fastestSlide4
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.
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
4. The enlarged ovary of a flower is the _____________.
5. Flowers produce ___________.Slide6
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 - TUESDAYSlide7
PROJECT PAPER DISTRIBUTION
Research paper that is argumentative in nature.
You are given approximately almost a month to finish.Slide8
TARGETS : MONDAY6.L.1.1 : I can
1. tell what a flower is
2. Identify the major parts of the flowerSlide9
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.Slide10
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 flowerSlide11
Vocabulary : Mondayflower
Flower is the
reproductive structure of a plant where fertilization takes
The flower holds the parts of the plant that make seeds.
New Concept : Flower Parts and Structure
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 reproduceSlide14
VOCABULARY : PISTIL
Pistil is the female reproductive organ of a flower that can be fertilized by pollenSlide15
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.Slide16
VOCABULARY WORD : THURSDAYPETAL VS. SEPAL
Petal - The
parts of a flower that are often conspicuously colored.
The outer parts of the flower (often green and leaf-like) that enclose a developing bud.Slide17
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 pollenSlide18
FILAMENT : MALE
The filament supports the anther, which is where pollen develops.Slide19Slide20
New Concept : Ovary vs Ovule
Ovary is the female reproductive organ that produces eggsOvule is found inside the ovary ; otherwise called “small egg”Slide21
ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY FOR THE WEEKNOVEMBER 9-13, 2015
Petal Filament Ovule
Sepal Pollen Ovary
Stamen Pistil AntherSlide22
ESSENTIAL LINKS FOR THE WEEKNOVEMBER 9-13,2015