11/03/2020Reproduction in Flowering Plants (Study by Topics Junior Class) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Reproduction in Flowering Plants (Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. The base of the flower where it is attached to the rest of the plant is the: All of the above Receptacle Fruit Pistil2. The colorful parts of the flower within the sepals altogether called the corolla are: Petals Stamen Sepals Carpels3. These are a type of plant that reproduce by seeds not contained in a flower: Ferns All of the above Gymnosperms Angiosperms4. Select the incorrect statement for polyembryony The resultant offspring are genetically identical to each other but different from their mother. It is asexual reproduction mimicking the sexual method The term `polyembryony' refers to the splitting of one sexually produced embryo into many It is a sexual reproduction mimicking the asexual method5. The innermost part of the flower that contains the ovaries that make the ovules to be fertilized by the pollen are the: Carpels Petals Stamen Sepals6. What type of flower has other tiny flowers in the middle of it? Complete Compound Incomplete Composite7. Any structure that surrounds and protects a seed is what? Vegetable Sepals Pod Fruit8. The process of pollen going from the anther of one flower to the pistil of another flower is known as what? Pollination Ejection Fertilization Germination9. During pollination, pollen grains are transferred from the anther to the ________ Pistil Stamen Sepal Ovary10. Identify the most closely related terms in the given sets Megasporangium, megaspore, egg, ovule Microsporangium, microspore, egg, ovary Megasporangium, megaspore, pollen, ovule Microsporangium, microspore, carpel, ovary11. The production of new plants from underground stems is an example of __________ reproduction. Two parent Asexual Sexual Zygote12. Sexual reproduction in plants, as in all organisms, requires_______ Only small parts of the plant. A male and female. Only a female. Only a male.13. The most primitive type of ovule is Orthotropus Amphitropus Anatropus Circinotropus14. Where are the female sex cells located in a flower? Ovary Style Anther Stigma15. Spores are produced during the __________ stage of a plant's life cycle. Sexual Sporophyte Asexual Gametophyte16. Which one is correct for embryo sac mother cell Within the nucellus, there is a group of cell that will give rise to the embryo sac It is called the embryo sac mother cell Within the nucellus, there is a single cell that will give rise to the embryo sac It is called the embryo sac mother cell Within the nucellus, there is a single cell that will give rise to the embryo sac It is called the embryo sac mother cell Within the nucleus, there is a group of cell that will give rise to the embryo sac It is called the embryo sac mother cell17. What is the purpose of a flower? To look pretty To smell good Reproduction To attract bees18. The male part of the flower that contains the pollen producing parts is the: Stamen Petals Carpels Sepals19. If a stigma receives pollen from another flower of the same species, the flower is _________ Self-pollinated Cross-pollinated An incomplete flower A complete flower20. Choose the correct one for pollen grain Haploid, uninucleate, minute spores Haploid, uninucleate, large spores Haploid, mulinucleate, minute spores Diploid, uninucleate, minute spores21 out of 20Time is Up!