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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

  • 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) cloning, tissue culture and from their roots.

  • 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 cloning, tissue culture and from their roots.

  • 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 cloning, tissue culture and from their roots.

  • 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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