9-fplntrepoutl - a. shoot 1) epicotyl 2) plumule 3)...

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AG V03 Plant Biology - Flowering Plant Reproduction (Ch 9) © 2011 copyright Marta D. de Jesus I. Flower structure A. on sporophytes B. gametophytes C. 4 whorls 1. sterile a. sepals (calyx) b. petals (corolla) c. tepals 2. stamen a. anther b. filament 3. carpel pistil ovary ovules embryo sac stigma style D. kinds of flowers 1. complete incomplete 2. perfect imperfect 3. symmetry: radial bilateral or irregular 4. ovary position relative to the attachment of the other parts superior inferior half-inferior
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5. flowers can be solitary inflorescence 6. why do many have bright color or strong smell? E. processes 1. pollination self-incompatible self-compatible 2. fertilization A. zygote -> embryo 1. early stages a. basal cell suspensor b. proembryo 2. mature embryos in seeds have
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Unformatted text preview: a. shoot 1) epicotyl 2) plumule 3) hypocotyls b. radicle c. other terms used in monocots: scutellum coleoptile coleorhiza B. nutritive tissue endosperm or cotyledons ovule integuments C. fruit 1. general pericarp exocarp mesocarp endocarp 2. simple fruit a. pericarp dry & dehiscent legume follicle capsule silique b. pericarp dry & indehiscent achene caryopsis samara schizocarp nut c. fleshy pericarp drupe berry hesperidium pepo 3. aggregate fruit 4. multiple fruit 5. accessory fruit 6. structure 7. Why do they change color? III. Seedling A. germination 1. imbibition 2. new cells 3. germinate on mom B. radicle coleorhiza C. shoot 1. hypocotyls 2. cotyledons 3. epicotyl & leaves coleoptile...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V23 taught by Professor M.dejesus during the Spring '12 term at Ventura College.

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