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Biology Notes for Test 2 February 15, 2008 Flowering Plant Life Cycle -embryos, endosperm and on to non-reproductive things plants do The pollen arrives on the stigma and then the pollen tube grown down the style and into the ovary.
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Unformatted text preview: Endosperm become cellular from outside in. 2 main types of seed plants:-gymnosperms – naked seed plants-angiosperms – vessel seed plants Vocabulary: Floral, petals Stamens, carpels Anthers, filament Stigma, style, ovary endosperm...
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