Parts of a Flower

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Parts of a Flower
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  1. What part of the flower is the middle part of the pistil
    The Style
  2. What part of the flower produces the eggs
    The overys
  3. What part of the flower is specialized to capture pollen
    The stigma
  4. What part of the flower protects the flower while its developing
    The sepal
  5. What part of the flower is the base of the flower
    The receptacle
  6. What part of the flower is the stock of the flower
    The pedicel
  7. What part of the flower attract insects and other pollinators
    The petal
  8. What is the thin part of the flower that supports the anther
    The filament
  9. What part of the flower produces pollen grains
    The anther
  10. What part of the flower contains the sperm
    The pollen grains
  11. What part of the flower produce and shelter the female gametophytes
    The Pistil
  12. What part of the flower is the male part of the flower
    The stamen
  13. What part of the flower is where the eggs are produced
    The ovule
  14. What must take place if there are to be more flowers
    Pollunation
  15. What is a plants response to light called
    Phototropism
  16. What is a plants response to water called
    Hydrotropism
  17. What is a plants response to gravity called
    Geotropism
  18. What is a plants response to touch called
    Thigmotropism
  19. The end of the root that absorb minerals and water is the ______
    Root tip
  20. The root tip is protected by several layers of cells called the ______
    Root cap
  21. Where do cells mature and become specialized
    The region of differentiation
  22. Some cells in the outer layer develop what
    Root hairs
  23. These root hairs are elongated cells that increase the surface area to do what
    Absorb the maximum water and minerals from the soil possable
  24. The cortex and vascular tissue are separated by what
    The paricycle
  25. The vascular tissue, xylem and phloem are separated by what
    The cambium
  26. What in the leaf is the specialized layer of toughness
    The epidermis
  27. Where in the leaf contains closely packed cells that absorb light
    The palisade layer
  28. Where in the leaf is the waterproof barrier that protects tissues and limits the loss of water
    The cuticle
  29. What part of the leaf contain small openings in the epidermis that allow carbon dioxide and water into the leaf
    The stoma
  30. What part of the leaf contains specialized cells that control the opening and closing of the stoma
    Guard cells
  31. What part of the leaf contain the zylem and phloem
    The vein
  32. What part of the leaf contain loose tissue that has many air spaces between the cells
    The spongy layer
  33. What are the spaces in between the chloroplasts of the leaf called
    Air space
  34. What part of the leaf transports water upwards from the roots
    The xylem
  35. What part of the leaf transports solutions of nutrients and carbs to the plant
    The phloem
  36. What part of the leaf is where photosynthesis takes place
    The chloroplasts
  37. What part of the leaf is where the chloroplasts are stored
    The mesophyll
  38. What are the main organs of a plant
    Stem, leaves, roots and flower
  39. Different types of cells aggregate to form what
    Tissues
  40. Numerous tissues aggregate to form what
    An organ
  41. The root and all its parts form the _______
    Root system
  42. The stem, leaves and flowers form the ______
    Shout system
  43. What are the 3 types of tissues in plant organs
    Dermal, ground and vascular
  44. What part of the leaf is made of dermal tissue and what type of cell compose it
    The top and bottom layer, epidermal cells
  45. What is the waxy substance secreted by the epidermal cells that forms a coating over the leaf called
    The cuticle
  46. How does the cuticle protect the leaf
    Preventing water loss, infection and injury
  47. What is the job of the guard cells
    It helps the leaf maintain water balance and regulate gas exchange
  48. What kind of tissue is in the mesophyll
    Ground tissue
  49. The mesophyll contains spongy tissue that is composed of what type of cells
    Parenchyma cells
  50. What is the job of the veins
    Transport water and materials to the rest of the plant
  51. What type of tissue are the veins made out of
    Vascular tissue
  52. Does the xylem or phloem transport water and materials from the roots upward through the stem to the leaves
    Xylem
  53. Does the xylem or phloem transport sugars produced in the leaves downward through out the plant
    Phloem
  54. The walls of xylem cells contain what
    (provide strength and have large openings called pits)
    Lignin
  55. What tissue produces xylem and phloem cells
    Merislem
  56. Layers of what divide continually to form xylem on one side and phloem on the other
    Cambium
  57. What type of meristem form at the top of the stem and the tips of the roots
    Apical meristem
  58. The outer side of the meristem also produces a layer of tough cells called what
    The root cap
  59. What is the function of the root hairs
    To increase the surface area to absorb more water and minerals
  60. Seed producing plants produce reproductive organs such as
    Flowers and cones
  61. What are the major groups of plants
    Nonvascular, the vascular seedless plants and the vascular seed-producing plants
  62. What kind of plants are nonflowering and produce seeds on cones (gymnosperm or angiosperm)
    Gymnosperms
  63. What kind of plants are flowering and are the most evolved plant group (gymnosperm or angiosperm)
    Angiosperm
  64. Do plant produce sexually or asexually
    Both

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