PowerPoint Presentation: inside of animals on animal fur wind water a cocklebur seed moves when it gets stuck to an animal’s fur to attract pollinators (insects and birds) the transfer of pollen to the stigma germination begins when a seed grows a root and a stem; the baby plant then begins to grow when the sperm cell and egg cell join together in the ovule; a seed is then formed/created the plant grows larger and develops structures for reproduction (flowers); a plant is then considered “mature”
PowerPoint Presentation: filament – holds up anther; it is a male part anther – produces pollen; it is a male part stigma – sticky, pollen sticks to it; it is a female part style – holds up the stigma; it is a female part ovary – contains the ovules and develops into a fruit; it is a female part sepal – it protects the flower
PowerPoint Presentation: e mbryo – this develops into the plant seed coat – protects the seed cotyledon – feeds the embryo the conditions are right for the seeds to grow plant development sexual flowers it is genetically identical to the parent plant
PowerPoint Presentation: that bamboo plants can reproduce asexually onions have an underground stem that is called a bulb False True False Asexual reproduction has one parent and produces genetically identical offspring. Sexual has two parents and offspring are genetically different from the parents.
PowerPoint Presentation: The plant was cut or damaged carbon dioxide water sunlight chlorophyll sugar (food) oxygen chloroplast transpiration stomata hydrotropism
PowerPoint Presentation: phototropism thigmotropism phototropism that is when conditions are right for them to grow
PowerPoint Presentation: Ms. Pearson Ms. Cline Ms. Jackson Ms. Newman Mr. Carothers has four arms (step 6), has wheels (step 3), and no feet (step 1).