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Do now

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Check this out - a snake that mistook golfballs for chicken eggs.Usually, this would kill the animal. The golfballs obviously cannot be digested or passed, so the snake eventually dies. This fortunate little guy was taken to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center and had the golf balls surgically removed.


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Homework review

Homework Review


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Homework Review


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Parts of a Flower

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Male parts

MALE PARTS

3. Stamen – male leaf that produces pollen

2. Filament – stamen that emerges from a flower

1. Anther – sac at the tip of the filament where pollen is produced and released


Female parts

FEMALE PARTS

5. Ovule – place where female gametophytes are produced

11. Ovary – structure that contains the egg cells of a flower

12. Pistil – female reproductive organ of a plant, composed of ovary, style, and stigma


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FEMALE PARTS

9. Stigma – sticky tip of the style of a plant

10. Style – the stem-like narrow part of the carpel (female leaves of the flower)


Other parts

OTHER PARTS

4. Petal – one of the white or colorful leaflike parts of a flower

6. Sepal – encloses and protects the developing flower bud and opens as the flower blooms

7. Receptacle

8. Peduncle


Cotyledon

Cotyledon -

  • Tiny seed leaf found in a plant embryo inside a seed


Monocots and dicots number of cotyledons

Monocots and DicotsNumber of Cotyledons

  • 1

2


Monocots and dicots veins

Monocots and DicotsVeins

  • Lie parallel to each other

Form a branching network


Monocots and dicots number of petals

Monocots and DicotsNumber of Petals

  • Usually multiples of 3

Usually multiples of 4 or 5


Monocots and dicots vascular tissue

Monocots and DicotsVascular Tissue

  • Scattered distribution of vascular bundles

Vascular bundles in a circle


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Page 703, 1 – 3

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