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Flashcards in Pollination Deck (16):
1

In most plants what is achieved thorough pilloinafion

Internal fertilizarion

2

Anther

Where pollen is produced and stored

3

Pollen grains

Cases containing male gamers

4

Fulminant

Stalk that supports the anther

5

What is the male part of the flower

Stamen

6

Stigma

Sticky lip of the pistol that captures pollen grains

7

Style

Stalk that supports the stigma and in which pollen tube forms

8

Ovary

Swollen Base of pistil containing ovules

9

Ovules

Sacs containing female gametes

10

Female part of the flower

Pistol

11

What is a pollen tube

Structure that delivers the sperm cells to the egg cells

12

What happens after the pollen lands in the female part of the flower?

The pollen tube forms, a zygote grows into a embryo and is nourished by food stored within the seed in which the embryo grows. The seeds tougher outer coating protects the developing embryo

13

Why is a bee a pollinator

They transfer pollen between different flowers of the same species

14

Two pollinators

Bees, bats,

15

If a plant doesn't have petal how does pollen transfer

They release the pollen into the air and the wind carries the pollen to the female reproductive parts of other flowers ( example is a willow tree)

16

Plants lien Douglas fir tree don't have flowers so instead spent and egg cells are produced in male and female cones. They are called cofounders. Pollen is released from the mall cones and carried in the wind to the female cones

Another way of pollen transport