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Published on December 17, 2007

Author: Felipe


Flowers:  Flowers Generalized Flower:  Generalized Flower Pg. 74 Calyx, Corolla, Stamen, Pistil Sexual reproduction structure Inflorescence (Fig. 5.5 Pg. 78) Complete vs. Incomplete Flower All floral parts – Missing one or more parts Perfect vs. Imperfect Flower Both male/female parts – Male or female Slide12:  hypogynous perigynous epigynous Slide15:  Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) - raceme Slide16:  Skunk cabbage (Lysichitum americanum) - spike Slide17:  Alder (Alnus spp.) - catkin Slide18:  Dogwood (Cornus spp) - corymb Slide19:  Cow parsnip (Heracleum lanatum) – compound umbel Slide20:  Sunflower (Helianthus spp) - head Flowering Plants:  Flowering Plants Monoecious A single individual plant with both male and female flowers Dioecious An individual plant has either male or female flowers Pollination:  Pollination The transfer of pollen from the stamen (anther) to the pistil (stigma) Self or Cross Pollination Mechanisms of: Animals (birds, bats, insects) Colors, rewards (nectar - pollen), Attractants (nectar guides, aroma, landing stages, mimicry Wind Fertilization:  Fertilization Fusion of sperm and egg to form zygote Double Fertilization Feature unique to angiosperms Following fertilization a seed develops each ovule gives rise to a seed the number of ovules in an ovary varies from one to many Seeds embryo, endosperm, seed coat seed coat from integuments of ovule Seed Dispersal:  Seed Dispersal Wind The plant itself - Tumbleweed Water Animals Storage Ingestion, external transport (hooks - barbs) Explosions (dehiscence) Seed Dispersal:  Seed Dispersal Importance of: Colonization Survival of species Wildlife preservation Community structure (assemblages of plants and animals) Global climate Environmental quality

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