Parts of a Flower. What flower is this?. This flower sold for almost $2,000 in the 1630’s A florist could make $61,700 a month selling this flower Someone ate a part of this flower and was arrested Any Guesses??. Tulip. Reading Guide. Read the text provided
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What flower is this? • This flower sold for almost $2,000 in the 1630’s • A florist could make $61,700 a month selling this flower • Someone ate a part of this flower and was arrested • Any Guesses??
Reading Guide • Read the text provided • Answer questions on the reading guide
Background • Flowers bloom everywhere except: Antarctica
Flower Structure • The Pistil is in the middle of the flower
Flower Structure • The stigma is Sticky
Flower Structure • Ovules are unformed seeds • Ovules are contained in the Ovary
Flower Structure • The Anther and Filament make up the stamen • The anther produces pollen
Pollination • The pollen touches the stigma and travels through the style to reach the ovary • The flower’s work is done when a fruit or seed is formed: True
Flower • Actual dissected flower
Virtual Investigation • Guidelines: • Everyone must raise their hands • Everyone will read a part • http://my.hrw.com/tabnav/controller.jsp?isbn=0030462479
2 minute review • Friday Flower dissection • Monday Concepts to review • Tuesday Test • Study Guides are Seed lab and plant vocabulary