Plant reproduction

Plant reproduction
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  • Reproduction of a Plant
  • I'm going to take you along my journey. You are going to experience a first class view of plant reproduction!
  • Parts of a Flower
  • First are the parts of a flower; The black arrow represents the stamen. It provides the pollen for the pistil. The stigma is where the red arrow is. The pistil is where the pollen travels and is the start of reproduction. Lastly the ovule is when the seed is created which is located under the stigma 
  • The pollen is produced is in the Stamen part of the flower. Its the make part and the pollen produced is sort of like sperm in animals.
  • Where is the pollen produced?
  • How does the Pollen travel from one flower to another
  • When the pollinator gets the pollen from the stamen it sticks to its body. After the pollinator lands on another flower the pollen on their bodies will land the stigma
  • How are animals attracted to the flower?
  • Pollinators like myself are attracted to the sweet sweet smell of the flowers which cates our attention. Ouu it smells so good;)
  • What the animals use the pollen for
  • Bees like myself take the pollen to make honey. I store honey in places like this which is my home
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