Reproduction In Flowering Plants: Question Preview (ID: 27985)

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wind, water, birds, bees, bats, butterflies and other animals that move pollen from flower to flower
a) exterminators b) biologists c) pollinators d) pets
The top of the stamen that produces pollen.
a) petal b) ovary c) anther d) stigma
the top of the pistil that collects or traps pollen
a) stigma b) style c) anther d) ovary
How is pollen transported?
a) by diffusion b) by mitosis c) by wind or insects d) by grizzly bears
Ovules must be __________ in order for a plant to produce seeds.
a) split in half b) diffused c) fertilized d) cloned
produces the MALE reproductive cells (gametes)
a) anthers which are part of the stamen b) petals c) ovary which is part of the pistil d) sepals
holds the ovules
a) stigma b) ovary c) filament d) roots
produces the FEMALE reproductive cells (gametes)
a) style b) stigma c) anther d) ovary
attracts pollinators
a) petals b) sepals c) pistils d) ovules
guides the pollen to the ovary
a) anther b) style c) ovule d) sepal
female reproductive structure
a) filament b) anther c) stamen d) pistil
produces pollen
a) anther b) stamen c) ovary d) petal
male reproductive structure
a) pistil b) ovary c) stamen d) style
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