Flashcards in Angiosperm Reproduction Deck (45):
This is a vascular non-flowering plant that contains naked seeds that are not enclosed in chambers.
This is a vascular flowering plant that contains seeds that are enclosed in a chamber (fruit).
This is an angiosperm structure that is specialized for sexual reproduction.
This is the base of the flower which serves as protection for the developing flower, is usually leaf-like and green in appearance.
This structure is superior to the sepal, is generally colorful, has a sweet aroma and its function is to attract pollinators.
This is the female part of the flower with three main structures.
This is the sticky structure center of the flower and is the part of the carpel that catches pollen released from the anther
This is the slender neck that supports the stigma, it is a part of the carpel.
This structure contains the ovules in the carpel.
This is the male part of the flower with two main structures.
This is the think stalk located in the stamen.
This is the terminal sack of the stamen.
The main function of the stamen is to produce ______ and ______.
Pollen grains and sperm
This type of flower contains all four organs; sepal, petal, stamen and carpel.
This type of flower does not contain all four organs.
This type of flower contain both the stamen and carpel.
This type of flower only contain either the stamen or the carpel.
This type of flower contain floral organs that are roughly identical and occur at regular intervals around the center of the flower.
Radial symmetrical flower
This type of flower contains floral organs that do not occur at regular intervals around the center of the flower.
Bilateral symmetrical flower
This is another name for a single flower.
These are groups of flowers packed tightly together.
This color flower attracts birds.
This color flower attracts bees.
This color flower attracts moths.
This shape of flower provides a landing pad for butterflies.
This type of flower odor attracts flies and some beetles.
Rotting meat (corpse flower)
This type of flower odor attracts bees.
A sporophyte is a _______ that produces spores.
A gametophyte is a _______ that produces gametes.
Multicellular tissue in which meiosis occurs and haploid spores develop.
This is a male gametophyte.
Each stamen contains __ microsporangia.
This is the female gametophyte.
This is the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma.
Process in which water is absorbed and a pollen tube grows.
This is the union of two different sperm with different nuclei.
This is the seed container that is derived from an ovary.
This is the condition of extremely low metabolic resulting in the temporary suspension of growth and development.
This is the uptake of water due to low water potential of a dry seed.
Selective breeding for desired traits.
Inserting target genes into an organism's genome.
This is a LIFESCYLCLE in which there are multicellular DIPLOID (2n) and multicellular HAPLOID (2n) generations which ALTERNATE, PRODUCING EACH OTHER.
Alternation of Generations
EMBRYO SAC has ___ NUCLEI.
2 SYNERGID CELLS
2 POLAR NUCLEI
3 ANTIPODAL CELLS
One sperm fertilizes the egg to form a _________ zygote. (EVENT ONE)