Plant Kingdom Plants without vascular tissue are: Plants that have flowers are Plants that do not have a fruit that covers the seeds are The two kinds of angiosperms are __________________ What is the female part of a flower? What are the male structures of a flower? (two seed leaves, netted veined leaves, flower parts in 4's 5's, stem vascular bundles in a ring, taproots) . How is water transported through these plants? What is found on these? _________________ (one seed leaf, parallel veins, flower parts in 3's, stem vascular bundles scattered, fibrous roots) What is pollination? ________(each contains 2 sperms) What is self pollination? What is cross pollination? pollen lands on the pistil of _________ plant pollen lands on the pistil of ___________ plant Explain the origin of the seed and the fruit in an angiosperm. Why is it called as double fertilization? __________________________________ ...the ovary becomes _______ __________________________________ ...the ovules become __________ ...one of the pollen sperm fertilizes the ______ ... other sperm unites with 2 nuclei to form a 3n endosperm (food for the embryo plant inside the seed) How does fertilization occur in angiosperms? __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Where does pollination occur? ___ (__________) Where does fertilization occur in this flower? ___ (__________) What is the function of A? To make ________ What is it called? __________ The following illustration is a stamen. Name the labeled part and tell its function. _______, to produce ____________ The arrow is pointing to male or female pine cone? _________ What does this illustration represent? cross-section of a ____ What is the significance of this layer? _______________ mostly occurs. What is vegetative reproduction? ... growth of a new plant without _______________ reproduction to make exact copy of original plant. grafting budding cuttings This is a cross section of a plant root. The arrow is pointing to the xylem or phloem? __________ What two properties of water are important in its movement up a plant? ...________________ and What is the purpose of xylem? ...vascular tissue made of dead plant cells that transports __________ and dissolved minerals __________________ What is the purpose of phloem? ...vascular tissue made of living cells that transports _____________ synthesized in the leaves to other parts of the plant. What is phototropism? What is geotropism? What is thigmotropism? ... plant respond to _________ by the stems bending towards ___________ ...plant respond to ____________ (stems grow upward and roots grow downward) …plants respond to ________ Vines develop tendrils that coil around support.