yellow, orange, brown powder that contains plant sperm
the process that occures when pollen grains land on a female reproductive structure of a plant that is the same species as the pollen grain
the way an organism reacts to other organisms or to its environment
the growth of a plant toward or away from light
the response of a plant to touch
the response of a plant to gravity
building where seeds and seedlings can germinate and mature
male plant's sex organ
female plant's sex organ
the part of the plant where pollen is produced
the part of a female plant that holds the eggs
if pollen (sperm) fertilize the eggs of a flower, they develop into this
asexual way plants like mushrooms reproduce
roots, stem, leaves, and flowers are all ______ of a plant
the reproductive structure of a plant
the ability of an organism to make more of its own kind
where do plants get their leaf shape and flower color from
________factors affect how a plant will grow
the process of a plant starting to grow
Stalk of a flower
Outer part of the flower that encloses the developing bud
Pollen producing part of the flower
Ovial producing part of the flower
Part of the pistil where pollen germinates
Reproductive part of the plant
Top of the peduncle where the parts of the flowers are attached
Colorful part of the flower that attracts pollinators
Part of the stamen that produces pollen
Ovials that develops into seeds
Part of the pistil where the ovials are produced
Swollen ovary that protect seeds
Fine coarse substance used for pollination
Transfer of pollen to a stigma
Contains the female reproductive cells
A stalk that connects the stigma to the ovary
Part that produces pollen
The female part of the flower
Sticky surface on top of the pistil that traps the pollen
Tube structure that supports the stigma
Contains ovules, and becomes the fruit
Part of the ovary that becomes a seed after it is fertilized
The male part of the flower
Part of the stamen that produces and carries pollen, usually are yellow
A thread-like stalk that holds up the anther.
The colorful part that attracts pollinators
Green leaf-like parts that protects the flower
What tube that makes up the stem is responsible for transporting food to the rest of the plant
What tube that makes up the stem is responisible for transporting water from the roots to the rest of the plant?
What part of the plant is responsible for making food (sugar)?
what part of the plant is responsible for reproduction?
pore-producing stage of a plant
plants with specialized tissue to move materials from one part of a plant to another
male reproductive structure in a flower
dustlike particles produced in anthers of flowers
openings in the epidermis of a leaf that let CO2 into the leaves
plant "pipes" that transport sugar molecules
structures that cover immature flowers
nonflowering, seed-producing plants
part of a flower that contains the ovules
attract pollinators to the flower
plants that have no "pipes" to transport materials from one part of the plant to another
seed-producing plants with flowers
plant "pipes" that transport water and materials
plant stage that produces sex cells
tip of the pistil; collects pollen
female reproductive structure in a flower
It produces pollen.
A stalk in the Stamen.
All of the female parts.
All of the male parts.
Attracts pollinators with bright colors.
Connects Stigma and Ovary.
The seed enclosed by Ovary.
The thickened part of a stem.
A short flower stalk that grows from a Peduncle.
A stalk of a flower or an inflorescence.
Part of the plant that bears seeds, and contains reproductive organs
Outer green leaf-like structure that contains a developing bud
Leaf-like structure that is usually colorful
Where pollen is produced, found in the stamen
Part of the stalk where flower parts are attached
Part of the flower that produces the ovule
Where pollen germinates, part of the pistil
Female part of the flower connecting the ovary and stigma
The enlarged basal portion of the pistil where ovules are produced
Supports the anther, part of the stamen
Pollen producing part of the flower, made of the filament and anther
Gives rise to the female reproductive cells in a seed plant