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Chapter28Notes - c. Perfect flowers: contain both male and...

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Chapter 28 Notes Plant Reproduction Structures I. Sporophytes vs. Gametophytes a. Angiosperms (flowering plants) use sexual reproduction. i. They use the same energy as animals to sexually reproduce. ii. Sporophyte: sperm develops in male gametopytes-bears flowers female. iii. Gametophytes: Egg + Sperm Zygote II. Flower Components a. Stamens & Carpel: fertile parts b. Contains sweet smells and attracts insets III. a. Stamens: Pollen b. Filament
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Unformatted text preview: c. Perfect flowers: contain both male and female parts d. Imperfect flowers: has either male or female parts e. Anther Pollen Sac Microspores Meiosis I&II 4 haploid microspores 2N Pollen Grains i. One gives use to pollen tube ii. One is the sperm 1. Since 2 Sperm actually result one to fertilize and one to nourish = zygote is 3N f. Pollen tube grows down to the ovary and to the egg....
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