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What is the primary purpose of flowers?
a) reproduction/seed dispersal b) producing food c) structural support d) decoration
These agricultural technicians specialize in growing flowers, fruits, vegetables, shrubs
a) horticulturalists b) entomologists c) zoologists d) ecologists
This flower part produces pollen
a) anther b) filament c) stigma d) style
This is the flower stalk, a special stem that holds the flower
a) pedicel b) receptacle c) sepal d) stamen
These are leaf-like structures that usually protect petals and are attached to the edge of the receptacle
a) sepals b) stamen c) petal d) corolla
These are elongated, vase-shaped structure of a flower that contains the stigma, style and ovary
a) pistil b) stamen c) filament d) anther
If a flower lacks one or more of the four basic flower parts it is known as a(n)
a) incomplete flower b) complete flower c) staminate d) pistillate
Male flowers.
a) staminate b) pistillate c) complete flower d) incomplete flower
These plants require separate plants to produce staminate or pistillate flowers such as hollies, willows, poplars.
a) dioecious b) monoecious c) inflorescences d) florescences
Which of the following is not a major factor that affects flowers
a) moonlight b) temperature c) length of day and night d) soil fertility
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