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This substance is located on the stamen
a) pollen
b) nectar
c) beeswax
d) sugar

Insects travel to flowers looking for this substance
a) pistils
b) chloroplasts
c) nectar
d) sepals

The process of moving pollen from the stamen to the pistil in a flowering plant
a) pollination
b) fertilization
c) photosynthesis
d) metamorphosis

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 insects
b) being carried by the wind
c) being carried by water
d) all of the above

New flowering plants have traits similar to
a) One parent
b) Neither parent
c) Both parents
d) all of the above

A Monocot is
a) A seed with one food stroage area
b) A seed with no food storage
c) A seed with two food storage areas
d) A seed with multiple seed storage areas

A Dicot
a) Has one food storage area
b) Has 2 food storage areas
c) Has no food storage
d) Has multiple food storage areas

Asexual Reproduction means
a) plants can reproduce from runners
b) plants can reproduce from buds
c) plants can reproduce from spores
d) all of the above

Phototropism is when plants move toward this in order to grow
a) water
b) air
c) light
d) sound

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