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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Sexual Reproduction In A Flowering Plant Most plants reproduce sexually and use flowers as their reproductions systems The Male Gamete - The Pollen, Comes from the anther in the stamen. it is transported by wind or insects to Pistil where it goes down the stigma, and fertilises withthe Female Gamete - The Ovules. This Ovule Forms a seed and the Ovary becomes the fruit The Pistil is the main areaof the female reproductionsystem, Stigma - Catches pollen by it's sticky surfaceStyle - Tube which the pollen goes down fromOvary - Area where the pollen and ovules fertilize The Stamen is the male part of thereproduction of plantsAnther - where pollen is and can easily be pickup by the wind or insectsFilament - support forthe anther that places it high to ensure the wind or insects pickit up Function of each structure of a Flower Why is sexual reproduction Important? Ovules are the female gametes and are located in the becomes a seed afterfertilising and isdispersed by animals Pistil Stamen Sepal & Petals Petals - Petals are used in a plant to attract insects and increase thechance of pollen beingcarried away.Sepals - Sepals support the flower and protect'sit from the cold and many other things. Sexual Reproduction is Important because it allows variations in plants and differences between each of them. This means they can adapt better to new environments andcan keep on thriving even if natural selection doesn't allow some. Ovules Agents Of Pollination Wind - Pollen has adapted to wind by having air sacks that allow it to float in the air more easily and travel farther. Plants also adapt to wind by growing long stamens that reachout far and can easily get their pollen caught by wind.Insects - Pollen has adapted to attach to insects easily by having a spiky surface or a sticky one. Plants also adapt to insect pollination by creating a powerful scent and having attractive petals of bight colours. they also produce nectar which attracts mostinsects. How it worksWind - Wind pollination blows pollen from the stamen into the air, it ends up going into another flower and landing on the stigma of the Pistil and then goes down the style etc.Insects - The pollen stick to the Insects and they transfer it from one plant to another asthey go from different plants to the next. The pollen then sticks to the stigma etc. B y: Eliott.
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