In a plant’s male reproductive organs, development of pollen takes place in a structure known as the ________.
The stamen consists of a long stalk called the filament that supports the ________.
The ________ are collectively called the calyx.
The pollen lands on which part of the flower?
After double fertilization, a zygote and ________ form.
- an ovule
- a cotyledon
- a suspensor
The fertilized ovule gives rise to the ________.
What is the term for a fruit that develops from tissues other than the ovary?
- simple fruit
- aggregate fruit
- multiple fruit
- accessory fruit
The ________ is the outermost covering of a fruit.
________ is a useful method of asexual reproduction for propagating hard-to-root plants.
Which of the following is an advantage of asexual reproduction?
- Cuttings taken from an adult plant show increased resistance to diseases.
- Grafted plants can more successfully endure drought.
- When cuttings or buds are taken from an adult plant or plant parts, the resulting plant will grow into an adult faster than a seedling.
- Asexual reproduction takes advantage of a more diverse gene pool.
Plants that flower once in their lifetime are known as ________.
Plant species that complete their lifecycle in one season are known as ________.