Bio Lab Wksht & HW Questions 72

Bio Lab Wksht & HW Questions 72 - Lilium anther...

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67 Make a cross section through the ovary. The small, whitish structures are ovules. These will develop into seeds as the ovary matures into fruit. Draw a complete flower and label all the parts. Refer to Figure 30.7 in your text, if necessary. Is this flower radially symmetrical or bilaterally symmetrical ? E. The Pollen Grain: Next, examine prepared slides of
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Unformatted text preview: Lilium anther cross-sections (drawn below). The anther is derived from a microsporangium. Microspores produced inside the anther develop into pollen grains. Are the microspores produced by mitosis or meiosis? Observe pollen grains with the 40X objective lens. Two cells are visible. What are their names and functions?...
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