Flashcards in Reproduction In Plants Deck (13):
Name the 3 types of asexual reproduction
What is an advantage of asexual reproduction?
It doesn't rely on pollination
What is a disadvantage of asexual reproduction?
They could all be wiped out by a disease as they are identical to each other
Name 3 types of pollination
Insect pollinated(cross pollinated)
What is fertilisation?
The fusion of the nuclei of the male gamete and the nuclei of the female gamete
What is the function of the petal?
To attract insects, forces them inside flower
What is the function of the anther?
produces pollen (male sex cell)
What is the function of the stigma?
The site of pollination
What is the function of the ovary
What is the function of the ovules?
Female sex cells
What is the function of the sepal?
To protect the unopened bud
What is the function of the nectary?
It produces nectar to attract bees