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Unformatted text preview: d. Is it an annual or a perennial? e. To which plant family does the flower belong? Name _________________________ 4. Different types of fruits Simple fruit – These develop from a single flower with a one carpel, or fused carpels. (plum) Aggregate fruit – These develop from a single flower with many separate carpels. (boysenberry) Multiple fruit – These develop from many flowers with many carpels. (pineapple) Imagine you have a cross section of an orange. Draw a sketch of what the female reproductive parts of the flower look like based on the fruit’s morphology? 5. What do you think a raspberries flower would look like, and why? (be specific as to the arrangement of female reproductive parts)...
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- Spring '05
- Plant morphology, single flower