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37-flplantreproutl - E processes 1 pollination self-incompatible self-compatible coevolution 2 fertilization III Seed development A zygote>

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Biology 3 - Flowering Plant Reproduction (Ch 37) © 2011 copyright Marta D. de Jesus I. Asexual A. plantlets B. fragmentation C. suckers D. from stems E. cuttings F. requiring human intervention usually 1. graft 2. tissue culture G. apomixis II. Sexual A. sporophytes B. gametophytes C. flower structures 4 whorls 1. sterile a. sepals b. petals 2. stamen a. anther b. filament 3. carpel pistil ovary ovules embryo sac stigma style
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D. kinds of flowers 1. complete incomplete 2. perfect imperfect monoecious dioecious 3. solitary inflorescence 4. why do many have bright color or strong smell?
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Unformatted text preview: E. processes 1. pollination self-incompatible self-compatible coevolution 2. fertilization III. Seed development A. zygote -> embryo 1. dicot embryo stem a. epicotyl b. plumule c. hypocotyls 2. radicle 3. other terms used in monocots: scutellum coleoptile coleorhiza B. nutritive tissue C. ovule integuments D. seedling structure 1. dormancy 2. imbibition 3. germination D. fruit -> from ovary 1. simple fruit 2. aggregate fruit 3. multiple fruit 4. accessory fruit 5. how & why do they change color? 6. dispersal...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V04 taught by Professor De-jesus,m during the Fall '08 term at Ventura College.

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