Flowers Fruits Seeds

Flowers Fruits Seeds - of the fruit Each ovule develops...

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12/30/2007 1 Flowers, Fruits, Seeds, and Seedlings Learning Objectives • Name and recognize structures and organs of F/F/S/S • Know their functions • Different kinds of F/F/S/S • Pollinators & what attracts them • Use key to classify fruit • Special structures for seed dispersal • What happens to each part of the flower as it develops into a fruit, seed and seedling Life Cycle of a flowering plant: The Flower Origins of Fruit, Seed & Seedling Tissues in the Flower Ovule Ovary Wall The ovary wall develops into the pericarp
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Unformatted text preview: of the fruit Each ovule develops into a seed 12/30/2007 2 Equivalencies • Each seed comes from a single ovule –BUT Each ovary may contain multiple ovules • Each fruit comes from a single ovary –BUT Each flower may contain multiple ovaries Types of Flowers Complete Incomplete Perfect Imperfect Male Female Simple Multiple Aggregate Illustration credits • Types of flowers http://cropsci.uiuc.edu/classes/cpsc112/Topicpages/repro ductive.cfm • Apple Pericarp www.ca.uky.edu...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2010 for the course BIOL 100L taught by Professor Claassen during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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Flowers Fruits Seeds - of the fruit Each ovule develops...

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