BIOL 111 plant structure hw - Tim Brown Plant Structure...

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Tim Brown Plant Structure Homework Biology 1. Stamen 2. Anther 3. Filament 4. Petal 5. Sepal 2. Anther functions to produce pollen grains that fertilize the eggs to reproduce new plants. 4. The function of petals is to attract organisms that pollinate, which is why they are often brightly colored. 5. Sepals act as protection to developing flower buds. 6. Stigma 7. Syle 8. Ovary 9. Carpel 10. Ovule 6. The stigma functions to catch pollen grains due to it being somewhat feathery, and often sticky. 7. A style connects the stigma and ovary, and allows the pollen grain to travel down to the ovary. 8. The ovary houses the ovules, and becomes a fruit after fertilization occurs. 10. An ovule contains the embryos, and after fertilization becomes a seed. 11. Land Plants 12. Vascular Plants 13. Seed Plants 14. Gymnosperms 15. Angiosperms 16. Nonvascular Plants 11. Origin of land plants 12. Origin of vascular plants 13. Origin of seed plants 17. Flower 18. Leaf 19. Stem 20.
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  • Fall '13
  • MichelleRomolini
  • Biology, Plants, Flowering plant, Vascular plant, Plant anatomy

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