11/03/2020 Reproduction 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. Angiosperms differ from mosses, ferns and fungi in that they have:True leaves, stems and rootsMyceliumFrondsNone of the above2. Your new question!3. Cone bearing plants is called _______________ConifersAll of the aboveAngiospermsFungi4. The flowering plant group which is the biggest in the plant kingdom is: FernsAll of the aboveGymnospermsAngiosperms5. Dichogamy which helps in cross pollination is floral mechanism, in whichPollen grain is unable to germinate on the stigma of the same flower.Structure of pollen sac and stigma functions as bundleAnther and stigma mature at different timePollen sac arid stigma are at different height6. What is the sticky part on the top of the pistil that the pollen sticks to?StigmaEggStyleOvary7. The production of new plants from underground stems is an example of __________ reproduction.ZygoteSexualAsexualTwo parent8. The leaves of confiers are in the form of ______FrondsNeedlesNone of the aboveMycelium9. Nectar-feeding pollinators are attracted to a flower by its color or __StigmaPollenSepalsScent10. What is the purpose of a flower? To look prettyTo smell goodReproductionTo attract bees11. What is the job of the petals?To attract potential pollinatorsTo keep wind from blowing the pollen off of the antherTo protect the flower from rainTo allow the flower to breath12. Spores are produced during the __________ stage of a plant's life cycle.SexualGametophyteAsexualSporophyte13. What special types of cells are produced during the gametophyte stage of a plant's life cycle? Sex cellsSporesSeed cellsZygotes14. The process of pollen going from the anther of one flower to the pistil of another flower is known as what?GerminationFertilizationPollinationEjection15. Any structure that surrounds and protects a seed is what? SepalsPodVegetableFruit16. Monocarpic plant means which Flowers, only once in its lifeProduces single seed in its lifeProduces single fruit in its lifeHas only one carpel.17. What is fertilization? The process of the sperm from the pollen combining with the egg to form a seedThe process of the pollen going from the anther to the pistilThe process of the seeds beginning to growA civilization that is very fertile18. Pollination happens right after fertilization happens.FalseTrue19. Your new question!20. When pollen tube enters the ovule through chalaza, it isYour new question!ZoodiogamyChalazogamyPorogamyMisogamy21 out of 20Time is Up!