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. The base of the pistil is the _______SepalOvaryStyleStamen2. What is the job of the petals?To allow the flower to breathTo keep wind from blowing the pollen off of the antherTo protect the flower from rainTo attract potential pollinators3. What is the name of the process by which a plant makes it own food? SunlightRespirationPhotosynthesisReproduction4. Pollen is produced by the __________. StigmaOvaryStyleAnther5. When pollen tube enters the ovule through chalaza, it isYour new question!ChalazogamyZoodiogamyMisogamyPorogamy6. Identify the most closely related terms in the given sets Megasporangium, megaspore, pollen, ovuleMicrosporangium, microspore, egg, ovaryMicrosporangium, microspore, carpel, ovaryMegasporangium, megaspore, egg, ovule7. What is the sticky part on the top of the pistil that the pollen sticks to?OvaryStyleStigmaEgg8. Your new question!9. If a stigma receives pollen from another flower of the same species, the flower is _________Cross-pollinatedSelf-pollinatedA complete flowerAn incomplete flower10. Nectar-feeding pollinators are attracted to a flower by its color or __StigmaPollenScentSepals11. When a butterfly drinks from a flower, it brushes against the anthers and gets covered with pollen. When the butterfly visits another flower, the pollen attaches to the __________, resulting in pollination. AntherPetalSepalsStigma12. Your new question!13. Monocarpic plant means which Flowers, only once in its lifeProduces single seed in its lifeHas only one carpel.Produces single fruit in its life14. What special types of cells are produced during the gametophyte stage of a plant's life cycle? Seed cellsZygotesSex cellsSpores15. Sexual reproduction in plants, as in all organisms, requires_______Only a female.Only small parts of the plant.A male and female.Only a male.16. Select the incorrect statement for polyembryonyThe term `polyembryony' refers to the splitting of one sexually produced embryo into manyThe resultant offspring are genetically identical to each other but different from their mother.It is a sexual reproduction mimicking the asexual methodIt is asexual reproduction mimicking the sexual method17. Angiosperms differ from mosses, ferns and fungi in that they have:MyceliumNone of the aboveFrondsTrue leaves, stems and roots18. The most primitive type of ovule isAnatropusCircinotropusAmphitropusOrthotropus19. These are a type of plant that reproduce by seeds not contained in a flower:FernsAngiospermsAll of the aboveGymnosperms20. In velamen (orchid) velamen root or the function of velamen isAbsorb moisture from airAssimilate carbohydrateGive support.Exchange of gases21 out of 20Time is Up!