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The process of moving pollen from the stamen to the pistil in a flowering plant
a) pollination b) fertilization c) photosynthesis d) metamorphosis
Insects travel to flowers looking for this substance
a) pistils b) chloroplasts c) nectar d) sepals
This substance is located on the stamen
a) pollen b) nectar c) beeswax d) sugar
The process of a sperm cell joining an egg cell in a plant to form a seed
a) pollination b) photosynthesis c) fertilization d) all of the above
Pollen can travel from one plant to another by
a) being carried by the wind b) being carried by water c) being carried by insects d) all of the above
What is the purpose of flower petals?
a) Protection from the wind. b) Attract animal pollinators. c) Allow double fertilization to occur. d) Allow moisture to form on the anther.
In seed plants, what structure transfers sperm from a pollen grain directly to an egg in an ovule?
a) endosperm b) pollen tube c) pollinator d) seed coat
Vegetative reproduction has NOT occurred when a plant grows from a
a) leaf b) root c) stem d) seed
What do you call a ripened ovary of a plant?
a) ovule b) zygote c) seed d) fruit
When the egg cell in the ovule is fertilized by a sperm cell in the pollen, a zygote will be formed, then later will develop into an embryo. What do you call this embryo?
a) ovule b) zygote c) seed d) fruit
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