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Reproduction of Flowering plantsSlide2
Agenda:I can match flower parts with their reproductive functions.I will label and explain the function of the reproductive parts of a flower.
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Predict what might happen if plants and other photosynthetic organisms disappeared.Slide3
Flowering plants are the largest and most diverse group of plants.
Pollen is moved from anther to stigma
Wind or animals move pollen from flower to flowerPollen contain the spermFertilization-Happens within the flower when sperm meets the ovuleSlide4Slide5
dormant- is an inactive stateSlide6
plantlets- tiny plants grow along the edges of a plant’s leaves.tubers- underground stems, or tubers, can produce new plants after a dormant seasonrunners- above-ground stems from which new plants can grow are called runnersSlide7
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Draw a simple flower. Label the reproductive structures and explain their functions.Slide8Slide9