27 Plant Reproduction Questions

27 Plant Reproduction Questions - Biol 104, Dr. Espinoza,...

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Biol 104, Dr. Espinoza, S10 Study Sheet for Chapter 27 Reproduction in Plants Biology 104 Modified with permission from Dr. Denny Smith Some of this information will be found in your readings, some in your lecture notes. 1. Identify and describe the following structures in the generalized life cycle of angiosperms: sporophyte, gametophyte, flower, microspore, megaspore, pollen grain, embryo sac, and seed. Be able to say if each one is haploid or diploid. 2. What is an example of what triggers a plant to flower ( see chap. 26 if you are interested )? 3. Be able to recognize the following floral structures in a diagram or word description: receptacle, sepals, calyx, petals, corolla, stamen, anther, filament, carpel, stigma, style, ovary, and ovule. 4. Distinguish among perfect, imperfect, and composite flowers, and between monoecious and dioecious plants. 5. Describe in detail the formation of male gametes in angiosperms. (Include in your description the following terms: anther, microsporocytes, microspores, pollen sacs, pollen
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