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What is fragmentation?
- A large spreading or vining plant grows into several meters in length, and individual parts become self-sufficient by establishiing adventitious roots.
- Is a product of asexual reproduction when performing mitosis.
What are the 2 phases of the Plant Life Cycle?
- 1. The sporophyte phase is where the plant is entirely diploid, grown by mitosis after fertilization. It produces gametes by meiosis.
- 2. The gametophyte phase is where the plant is haploid, sometimes in male (microgametophyte) and female (megagametophyte). These grow by mitosis to produce sperm and eggs.
What are the structures of a basic flower?
- 1. Flower stalk is a pedicel.
- 2. Where flower parts are attached is the receptacle.
- 3. Sepals are the lowermost and outermost of the four floral appendages.
- 4. Petals
- 5. Stamens produce pollen
- Filament - stalk of stamen
- Anther - where pollen is produced
- 6. Carpel - female parts
- Stigma - catches pollen grains
- Style - elevates stigma
- Ovary - produces eggs and where fertilization occurs
What are the three layers of fruit development?
- exocarp, mesocarp, endocarp
- entire fruit wall is the pericarp
What is the difference between a true fruit and an accessory fruit?
A true fruit is a fruit containing only ovarian tissue, and an accessory fruit does not have ovarian tissue.
What are the three types of fruits?
simple fruit (apple), aggregate fruit (raspberries), multiple fruit (pineapple)