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Flowers Primary Function: House Reproductive Organs
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Sepal : Protects Developing Flower Bud Ovary : Protects Developing Embryo After Fertilization, Ripens to Fruit Stigma : Receives Pollen Anther : Produces Pollen, Which Will Produce Sperm Petals (Corolla) : Attracts Pollinators Receptacle : Supports (or Protects) Ovary
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Monoecious Plants ‘Mon’ = One ‘oecious’ = house ♂ & ♀ Imperfect Flowers on Same Individual Plant Dioecious Plants ‘Di’ = Two, ‘oecious’ = house Separate Individuals
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Composite Flowers
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Pollen grain Stigma Style Ovary Petal Pollen tube Ovule Fertilization Pollen grain: Each grain has 2 cells. One develops into the pollen tube. The other divides and becomes 2 sperm cells that fertilize an ovule.
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Superior Ovary (atop receptacle) Inferior Ovary (embedded in receptacle) Sepals Stem Sepals Stem
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Simple Ovaries Single Carpel, One Seed Single Carpel, Multiple Seeds Several Carpels, One/Multiple Seeds Each These Form Simple Fruits – Derived
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Unformatted text preview: From a Single Ovary on a Single Flower Aggregate Fruit Derived from Multiple Ovaries on a Single Flower Multiple Fruit Derived from the Fusion of Multiple Ovaries from Separate Flowers in an Inflorescence Noni Fruit Accessory fruit-composed primarily of nonovarian tissue (such as the receptacle or floral tube) Strawberry-seeds are actual the ovarian tissue Receptacle Apple-core is actually ovarian tissue Also an Example of an Aggregate Fruit Sepal : Protects Developing Flower Bud Ovary : Protects Developing Embryo After Fertilization, Ripens to Fruit Stigma : Receives Pollen Anther : Produces Pollen, Which Will Produce Sperm Petals (Corolla) : Attracts Pollinators Receptacle : Supports (or Protects) Ovary Ovary Tissue Collectively Called Pericarp Composed of 3 Layers Human Uses of Flowers Food-Broccoli and Cauliflower http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broccoli www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/detail/F11701b.jpg...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course NTSC 107 taught by Professor Peterson during the Spring '11 term at Loyola Chicago.

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