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dull

light

dangling

feathery

none

bright colour

sticky

inside flower

sticky

makes sugar

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Hayfever

Hayfever

World of plants workbook

G pages 34 &35

C- pages 36 & 37

Answer Q 1 5 on hayfever

and

Answer Q 1 5 on pollen

in the air from Feb - Sept

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Fertilisation

Fertilisation

Fertilisation involves the fusion of the nucleus of the male gamete (in the pollen) with the nucleus of the female gamete (in the ovules).

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Fertilisation

Fertilisation

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Pollen tubes

Pollen tubes

The pollen grain grows a tube.

The tube reaches an ovule.

The gamete nuclei fuse (fertilisation) and a zygote (seed) forms.

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Pollen tube growth

Pollen tube growth

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Fertilisation

Fertilisation

Once fertilisation has taken place the zygote (fertilised ovule)becomes a seed, and the ovary becomes a fruit.

The petals die and fall off.

The plant seeds are in the fruit.

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What are fruits like?

What are fruits like?

The fruits can be:

- soft & fleshy

- hard & dry

What fruits can you think of?

What are their seeds like?

Draw a table with headings for each type and write some examples for them.

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Fertilisation

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Seeds must be carried away (dispersed / scattered) from the parent plant to:

Seeds must be carried away (dispersed / scattered) from the parent plant to:

Reduce overcrowding

Seed Dispersal- why?

Reduce competition for:

- Water

- Light

- Nutrients

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Seed Dispersal

Seed Dispersal

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Seed Dispersal

Seed Dispersal

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Seed Dispersal

Seed Dispersal

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Activity

Activity

Cut out the seeds, match and stick them into appropriate columns in a table, for:

Wind

Animal (external)

Animal (internal)

[There is also mechanical (eg broom, sea cucumber) and water (eg coconut) but you dont need to know them for Standard grade]

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