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31

In __________, the ovule is surrounded by ovary or fruit.

Angiosperms

32

Flowers are made up of:

The stamen, the carpel, and the petal & sepal.

33

In flowers, the male pollen producing structure.

The stamen

34

The stamen is made up of two parts:

A filament and the anther

35

The __________ produces pollen.

Anther

36

In flowers, the female ovule producing structure.

The carpel

37

The carpel is made up of 3 parts:

The stigma, the style, and the ovary

38

Where pollen is deposited.

Stigma

39

Contains ovules.

Ovary

40

Attract pollinators.

Petals

41

During fertilization, pollen lands on the stigma, creating what?

A pollen tube along the style

42

Both sperms contained in each grain of pollen fertilize separate nuclei. This is called:

Double fertilization

43

One of the sperms fertilizes the __________, the other sperm fertilizes the __________ __________.

Egg, polar nuclei

44

When one sperm fertilizes an egg, that becomes the:

Embryo

45

When the other sperm fertilizes the polar nuclei, this becomes:

The endosperm

46

The __________ can be used for food.

Endosperm

47

Once an ovule is fertilized, the ovary matures into __________.

Fruit

48

Both dry and fleshy fruits are designed for dispersal by __________, __________, and __________.

Wind, water, animals