Angiosperm Plant Reproduction (Chap. 28) . Know the following in a typical plant: sepal, petal, stamen, anther, filament, pollen, pistil, stigma, style, ovule, and ovary . Sexual Reproduction. Pollination the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma
Know the following in a typical plant:
Conditions needed for germination
5. Cell division, growth and elongation occur in the embryo . The radicle starts growing downwards into a root and the plumule starts growing upwards into a shoot.
6. As the nutrients in the cotyledons are consumed and exhausted, the first leaves start to appear and the plant starts to photosynthesize and make its own food.
1. cuttings – cut and put pieces of stem in water
3. leaf generation – shoots emerge on the margins of a leaf
5. tubers – thick underground stems. ex) potatoes