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1 Flowers • Flowers • The Life of Flowering Plants • Complete incomplete…. . • Reading: – Botany for Gardeners, pages 175-194, 202-203, 207-209 Angiosperms Monocots Vs. Dicots Eucalyptus regnans Inflorescence - a cluster of flowers in a specific arrangement
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2 Inflorescence Diversity Flower symmetry Radial Bilateral Ovary Position Not all flowers have all floral organs Pistillate flowers have only the pistil, no male parts (no
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Unformatted text preview: stamens) Staminate owers have only the stamens, no female parts (no carpels) Example: willow male and female ower clusters Monoecious Vs. Dioecious Monoecious - separate staminate and pistillate owers on the same plant but in different locations (Corn) Dioecious - separate staminate and pistillate owers on different plants (Marijuana) Pollinium 3 Floral Sites of Pollination & Fertilization...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BIO 114 taught by Professor Ritter during the Spring '09 term at Cal Poly.

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