Chapter 13, Section 1-A Question Preview (ID: 1674)

Plant Processes.

Which of the following sequences shows the correct order of events that occur after an insect brings pollen to a flower?
a) germination, fertilization, pollination
b) fertilization, germination, pollination
c) pollination, germination, fertilization
d) pollination, fertilization, germination

Ovules develop into ___.
a) fruits
b) ovaries
c) flowers
d) seeds.

A plant seed develops from ___.
a) an ovary
b) an ovule
c) a sepal
d) pollen tube

The sperm cells of a flowering plant are contained in ___.
a) the ovary
b) ovules
c) the stigma
d) pollen grains

Pollination occurs when pollen grains are transported from ___ to ___.
a) anthers; stigmas
b) stigma; anthers
c) sepals; styles
d) styles; sepals

Pollination begins the process of ___.
a) mitosis
b) meiosis
c) fertilization
d) photosynthesis

After pollination, a tube grows from the pollen grain through the ___ to the ovary.
a) style
b) stigma
c) sepal
d) stamen

An ovule contains ___.
a) pollen grains
b) several eggs
c) a single egg
d) sperm cells

After fertilization ocurrs, the ovary develops into ___.
a) a new flower
b) a fruit
c) a seed
d) pollen

How many fruits and seeds could develop from a flower with one ovary containing six seeds?
a) six fruits and one seed
b) on fruit and one seed
c) one fruit and six seeds
d) six fruits and six seeds

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