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Reproduction in plants. : 

Reproduction in plants. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants.

Plant Parts : 

Plant Parts leaf flower stem roots

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers : 

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers Morning Glory

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers : 

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers Hibiscus

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers : 

Rose Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers : 

Rose Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers

Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers : 

Lillies Different types of flowering plants. Bisexual flowers

Different types of flowering plants. Unisexual flowers : 

Different types of flowering plants. Unisexual flowers Papaya- Female flower

Different types of flowering plants. Unisexual flowers : 

Corn Different types of flowering plants. Unisexual flowers Male Female http://www.backyardnature.net/fl_corn.htm

Male and Female parts of a flower. : 

Male and Female parts of a flower. anther filament stigma style ovary Ovule/ eggs - Like the egg in a female reproductive system. petals Female parts Male parts pollen- like the sperm in a male reproductive system Attracts insects… Why?

Male and Female parts of a flower. : 

Male and Female parts of a flower.

Pollination : 

Pollination Transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma. Why do you think there is a need for transfer of the pollen grains?

Fertilisation : 

http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case1/c1facts2d.html Ovary develops into a fruit. Why? Fertilisation Fertilisation

Key Words : 

Key Words Ovary Ovules Egg Pollen Pollination Pollen grain Fertilisation

Can I identify and label? : 

Can I identify and label?

Compare…What do I notice? : 

Compare…What do I notice? Filament Anther Stigma stigma ovary eggs anther filament Ovary- containing ovules

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