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Unformatted text preview: eiosis, mitosis, haploid, diploid, gametophyte, sporophyte.
• Sketch the alternation of generations in ferns. Label: sporophyte, gametophye, spore, gamete, fertilization,
• Describe why wind pollination is not efficient, and why insect pollination is more efficient.
• Sketch the parts of a complete flower and label all parts: sepal, petal, stamen, carpel, anther, filament,
stigma, style, ovary.
• Name the parts of the pollen grain and the embryo sac.
• Describe the process of double fertilization in flowers. State what parts of the seed are produced by
fertilization of the egg cell and the polar nuclei.
• State which parts of the flower grow into fruit and seeds.
• Describe the structure and location of endosperm and cotyledons in monocot and dicot seeds.
• Define seed dormancy, and describe why it is important in plant reproduction.
• Describe the process of seed germination.
• List some ways that flowers attract pollinators, and fruits are dispersed.
• “Life Cycle of a Moss” http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/anisamples/majorsbiology/moss.html
includes an animation of the alternation of generations in moss plants.
• “Plant Life Cycles” http://intro.bio.umb.edu/111-112/112s99Lect/life-cycles.html includes simplified
animations of moss, fern and angiosperm (flowering plant) life cycles....
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