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Sexual Reproduction in Plants. Plants reproduce asexually through grafting, cuttings, cloning, tissue culture and from their roots. Plants can also reproduce sexually. The product of sexual reproduction in plants is a seed .

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Sexual reproduction in plants

Sexual Reproduction in Plants


Sexual reproduction in plants

  • Plants reproduce asexually through grafting, cuttings, cloning, tissue culture and from their roots.

  • Plants can also reproduce sexually. The product of sexual reproduction in plants is a seed.

  • Plants are classified (or organized) based on the type of seeds they produce.


Types of plants based on their seeds

Types of Plants (based on their seeds)

  • Angiosperms are flowering plants. The seeds of angiosperms form inside the flower. Example: tulips and lilies.

  • Gymnosperms do not have flowers. They produce seeds in cones. Example: pine trees and oak trees

  • Some plants don’t produce seeds at all but they still reproduce sexually. Example: ferns and mosses


Angiosperms

Angiosperms

  • All flowers function as the plant’s reproductive organ.

  • The female reproductive organ is the pistil and the male is the stamen.

  • Pollen from anthers must reach the stigma of the pistil before a seed can develop – this is called pollination.

  • Some plants have both male and female reproductive organs therefore they are able to self-pollinate.


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Sexual Reproduction in Plants

  • Using your textbook pg. 60-71 complete “Sexual Reproduction in Plants” worksheet

  • Copy and label Figure 2.25 pg 62 and Figure 2.28 pg. 66

  • Pg. 71 #1-5 (may need to use pg. 60-71)


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