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The best temperature for germination of a species of plant is known as the optimum temperature.

The optimum temperature is normally between 15oC and 30oC.

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Structure of a Flower

Structure of a Flower

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Petal

Petal

Stigma

Anther

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Petals

Petals

Stigma

Anther

Filament

Ovary

Sepals

Ovules

Nectaries

Style

Collect a cut-out flower, colour it in and put it together.

Carpelfemale parts

Stamen male parts

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What do the parts do?

What do the parts do?

Sepals- protect the flower when it is a bud

Petals- colourful to attract the insects

Nectaries- give out sugary liquid to attract insects

Stamen- anther produces male sex cells (pollen)

Carpel- stigma traps pollen

Style is where pollen tube grows down to female sex cells.

Carpel- ovary produces female sex cells (ovules)

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Quick Test

Quick Test

Why is the seed coat important?

Name the parts of the embryo plant.

Why is the food store in a seed important?

Name the three factors required for germination.

Where are a plants sex organs found?

Name two parts of a flower that attract insects.

Name the male part of a flower.

Which part of the flower contains ovules?

Which part of the flower produces pollen?

Which part of a flower catches pollen grains?

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Pollination

Pollination

Pollination involves the transfer of pollen (male gamete) from the anther to the stigma (outermost female part)

If it is in the same flower it is called

self-pollination.

If between different flowers it is called

cross-pollination

Plants are pollinated by insects or the wind.

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Pollination

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Insect Pollinated Plants

Insect Pollinated Plants

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Wind Pollinated Plants

Wind Pollinated Plants

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Pollination Activity

Pollination Activity

Look at the Botanics Posters

Which features are from wind pollinated or insect pollinated plants?

Workbook p28

Construct a table to show the differences between insect and wind pollinated plants.

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Pollination Summary

Pollination Summary

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