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A young tree is called a ---.
sapling
As a plant's stem appears above the ground, it becomes a ---.
seedling
What part of the flower produces the female cells?
ovule
After fertilization, an ovary enlarges and develops into a ---.
fruit
True or False

Pollen grains contain male cells.
true
True or False

Most flowers that are pollinated by wind have a dull color.
True
True or False

A seed coat around the embryo and its food supply forms from the stamen.
False
True or False

Pollination can take place only between plants of different kinds
False
True or False
Pollination can take place only between plants of the same kind.
True
True or False

A fruit protects the seeds as they grow.
True
True or False

The fruit does not protect the seeds.
False
All flowers can produce both male and female cells.
False
True or False

Some flowers can produce both male and female cells.
True
True or False

Insects, birds, and bats can tyransfer pollen grains from the male part of one flower to the female part of another flower.
True