11-26-07 - BIO 311D Flower Structure flower structure:...

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BIO 311D 26/11/2007 09:55:00 Flower Structure flower structure: whorls of modified leaves o sepal—leak-like, green, small, in monocots often like petals o petals—colored and fragrant, advertising the location of the flower o stamen (male structure): anther—produce pollen filament—support  o carpels (female structure): stigma—sticky for catching pollen style—support ovary—for egg development ***possible labeling question—draw a flower and label*** o in a rose, collective name for the petals is the corolla Development of seeds and fruits development of seeds o inside ovary, ovules when mature will become seeds fruit development o wall of the ovary develops into fruit o fruit aids in the dispersal of the seeds.  Some fruits consumed, other  carried by wind ***possible labeling question—development of the male and female  reproductive systems***
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 311D taught by Professor Reichler during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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11-26-07 - BIO 311D Flower Structure flower structure:...

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