37-flplrepro - cells Eudicot flower = megaspore mother cell...

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Reproduction of Flowering Plants
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Asexual reproduction Fragmentation Root system Original plant Suckers Sucker Plantlets
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Rhizome Adventitious roots Tuber Roots Rhizome Bulb Adventitious roots Stem Fleshy leaves Corm (modified stem) Leaf Scars Axillary bud Adventitious roots old corm (last year’s) old Fig. 35.18 Adventitious roots New shoot Scale leaf (at node) Stolon (runner) Asexual reproduction
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Asexual reproduction Cuttings
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Asexual reproduction: Grafting scion = new plant part
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Asexual reproduction:Tissue culture
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artificial seeds (usually use alginate to encapsulate) Asexual reproduction seeds without sex
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Eudicot flower
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= microspore mother cell (tetrad arrangement) Making a male gametophyte 2-3
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Unformatted text preview: cells Eudicot flower = megaspore mother cell Making a female gametophyte micropyle 7 cells complete vs. incomplete perfect vs. imperfect male female Hermaphroditic/bisexual vs. unisexual flowers Monoecious plants Dioecious plants solitary inflorescences Pollination Self-incompatible Self compatible stigma Double fertilization Eudicot seed development Eudicot seed (bean) Monocot seed (corn; old 36-2b) (scutellum) Plumule Simple Fruits Aggregate fruit: one flower with multiple carpels blackberry Inflorescence (a cluster of flowers on a common floral stalk) Single female flower Multiple fruit Old Fig. 35.13 mulberry Accessory fruit 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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