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ANGIOSPERMS - o 5 – shape Tubular attracts hummingbirds...

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ANGIOSPERMS Produce flowers to attract animals o Petals are important to this attraction Parts of an angiosperm: o Stamen – male part Anther – where pollen develops Filament- holds up the anther o Carpel – female structure Stigma – where pollen attaches Style – contains a series of “tests” for pollen Ovary – where megaspore mother cells are LIFE CYCLE Ways they attract pollinators: o 1 – nectar reward o 2 – color of flower Example: red attracts hummingbird o 3 – infrared (yellow strip) signal for bees o 4 – odor Sweet attracts moths, rotten attracts flies
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Unformatted text preview: o 5 – shape Tubular attracts hummingbirds • Simple fruits have a seed coat inside the ovule • Aggregate fruits multiple ovaries in 1 flower • Multiple fruits multiple flowers, ovary walls enlarge and grow together MONOCOTS EUDICOTS-1 cotyledene-Veins are usually parallel-Floral organs in groups of 3-2 cotyledenes-Veins are usually netlike-Floral organs in groups of 4 or 5 • Over 70% of current medicines have a precursor in plants (see table 30.1)...
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