Chapter 36 - Reproduction in Flowering Plants Know the names of representative species of the monocot and eudicot groups Be able to label the parts

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Reproduction in Flowering Plants Know the names of representative species of the monocot and eudicot groups. Be able to label the parts of a flower and explain the function of those parts in reproduction. Know the difference between a complete and incomplete flower. Be able to describe the process of male and female gamete production, double fertilization and early seed development in the angiosperm.
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Reproduction in Flowering Plants Be able to explain why cross-pollination is favorable to self-pollination. Understand how certain species insure that cross-pollination occurs. Be aware of the role that animals play in pollination. Understand how flowers have evolved to attract the animal that is most responsible for their pollination. Be able to describe the modes of seed dispersal that are used by angiosperms.
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Reproduction in Flowering Plants Be able to explain the process of seed development. Understand the requirements that seeds have for germination. Be able to list and describe the various structures that allow angiosperms to reproduce asexually. Understand the process of apomixis and the advantages of this form of asexual reproduction over other forms of asexual reproduction.
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Don during the Fall '09 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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Chapter 36 - Reproduction in Flowering Plants Know the names of representative species of the monocot and eudicot groups Be able to label the parts

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