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What does the female part develop into after fertiization?
Seed
What does the plant's female reproductive organs produce?
Eggs
How many ways do humans have to reproduce?
One
How do jewelweed plants spread their seeds?
when their pods burst
What can cling to fur and feathers because of their hooks?
Burrs
Responses of a plant to an external stimulus is called...
Tropism
This is the process of food-making in plants containing chloroplasts....
Phosotynthesis
What kind or reproduction happens with one organism producing the offspring?
Asexual
When a sperm and egg unite, a __________is formed.
Zygote
What do you call the transfer of pollen grains from a stamen to a stigma?
Pollination
What do plants produce during photosynthesis?
Glucose
What do you call the male reproductive part of the flower?
Stamen
How many ways can plants reproduce?
Two
What do you call the sticky part of a plant's pistil?
Stigma
What do the plant male reproductive organs produce?
Sperm
What does sexual reprocuction require the production of?
Sex Cells
Name at least 3 ways that plant's seeds can be spread?
Wind, Water, Animals, Insects, gravity
What 3 things does a plant use for photosynthesis?
light, water, carbon dioxide
Name 4 things that plants and humans need survive?
water, food, oxygen, and energy
What are the male parts of the flower?
Stamen anther filament
What are the female parts of the flower?
Pistil stigma ovary
What do you call anything in the environment that causes a response in an organism?
Stimulus
What is the reproductive part of the plant?
Ovary
Why are flowers brightly colored and smell good?
To attract insects for pollination