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- __________________are known as male and female reproductive cells.
- In________________ and______________, new plants are produced from bulbs of plant.
- _________________, lemon and ___________________reproduce by stem cutting.
- The _____________and_______________ make up male part of the flower i.e. stamen.
- ___________________is a point on the stem or branch from where a new leaf arises.
- The ovule develops into the______________________ after fertilization.
- The transfer of pollen grains to the stigma with in the same flower or between flowers of the same plant is called__________________ pollination.
- The transfer of pollen grains to the stigma between from different plants of the same species is called _________________________ pollination.
- The process in which plants and animals give rise to more of their own kind is known as __________
- _______ is the reproductive part of the plants
a. Algae reproduce by __________________.
b. Banana and bamboo are underground stems called__________________.
c. If a new plant has to grow from an underground stem, the type of reproduction is called __________________.
d. Onion and garlic are __________________.
e. Potato is a modified stem it is called __________________.
f. The process of vegetative propagation where the stem of a herb or a Shrub is cut and planted in the ground is called __________________.
g. An orange flower is not unisexual because it has __________________.
h. The male reproductive part of the flower is the __________________.
i. The __________________ develops inside the ovule.
j. The tip of the style of a flower is called the __________________.
k. During pollination when the pollen grains are transferred from the flower of a plant to another flower of the same plant we call it __________________.
l. An insect -pollinated flower will most probably have __________________.
m. When pollen grains from a flower reach the stigma of a flower of another plant of the same kind it is called __________________.
n. The union of a male gamete with the female gamete is known as __________________.
o. The __________________ develops into a root system.
Very Short Answer Questions
- What happens to the ovary after fertilization?
- What is the mode of reproduction in fungi, ferns and mosses?
- Where are pollen grains produced in a flower?
- What do we call to the fertilized egg?
- Name the seeds which get dispersed when the fruit burst
Match the column
Unscramble the below Jumbled word
True and False statement
i. Pollination refers to the transfer of pollen from anther to stigma
ii. The spores are asexual bodies
iii. The fusion of male and female gametes is called fertilization.
iv. Pistil is the male reproductive part of the flowers
v. Rose produce bisexual flower
2. it is a asexual reproduction in Yeast
3. the male reproductive part
5. Propagation of new plants from roots, stems, leaves and buds
6. the reproductive part of the plant
1. the female reproductive part
2. Leaves of this plant give rise to new plant
4. buds in the potato are also called ______
Short Answer type Questions
i.Why is reproduction necessary for organisms?
ii.Give two advantages of each of the following:
Differentiate between uni-sexual and bisexual flowers.
Define the following:
d. Vegetative propagation
Describe the functions of the following
Stamens, ovary ,stigma ,pollen tube and pollen grains
What is vegetative reproduction? Explain with an example?
Name two artificial methods of vegetative propagation?
Give one difference between a root tuber and stem tuber?
What is sexual reproduction?
What are unisexual flowers?Give an example of a unisexual flower?
Which is the female reproductive part of a flower?
How do winds and bees help in the formation of seeds?
What is zygote?
Differentiate between cross pollination and self pollination?
What is seed dispersal? Give an example?
List the artificial methods of vegetative propagation? Explain any one of them?
Explain with a neat diagram the structure of a typical flower?
With the help of a diagram explain how pollination leads to fertilization?
List three examples of reproduction in plants through underground roots?
Explain sexual reproduction in Hibiscus flower?
Compare and contrast the different types of Asexual Reproduction on the basis of the process, structures formed and the organism in which it is found?
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