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.
Collect a cut-out flower, colour it in and put it together.
Stamen male parts
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)
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 plantís 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?
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
If between different flowers it is called
Plants are pollinated by insects or the wind.
Look at the Botanics Posters
Which features are from wind pollinated or insect pollinated plants?
Construct a table to show the differences between insect and wind pollinated plants.