 Students will be able to identify the 6 main parts of a flower.  Students will be able to explain the 6 main parts of a flower.  Students will be.

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Introduction to Horticulture

Flowers and its Parts

Students will be able to identify the 6 main parts of a flower. Students will be able to explain the 6 main parts of a flower. Students will be able to explain flesh fruit and dry fruits and know their examples

Learning Targets Exchange pollenAchieve fertilization Produce seeds Function of a Flower Flower Parts

Sepals Green parts that cover and protect flower bud before it opensPetalsAre really leaves that are modified to attract insects for flower pollinations, the pretty part that we call flowersMain Flower Parts

StamensMales flower parts that includes:FilamentShort stalk that holds up the antherAntherA sac-like structure that contains pollen, the males sex cells

Male Flower Parts

PistilThe female flower part that includesOvulesThe eggs or female sex cells that become seeds if fertilized OvaryIf fertilized becomes a fruit or seed coat StyleHolds up the stigma and connects it to the ovary StigmaSticky part on top of style where insects leave pollen

Female Flower Parts

Complete Flowers Has sepals, petals, stamens, and pistils Incomplete FlowersLacks 1or more organs; sepals, petals, stamens, or pistilPerfect Flowers Both stamen and pistil Imperfect Flowers Has stamen or pistil Flower Types

You and a partner will make a poster of complete, incomplete, perfect, and imperfect flowers You need to the following: Cross section drawing of each flower and labeledMale parts Female parts Petals Sepals Find 5 examples of each flower Must have color and been seen from far away Assignment Encloses the seeds of angiospermsProtects the seedMeans of dispersal of the seedRipened, seed-bearing plant ovariesVaried form, color, size, texture and numberAids in identification

Fruit- Flower or Not

Fruits Types Fleshy Fruits Fleshy Simple Fruits Fleshy Aggregate FruitsFleshy Multiply Fruits

Soft pericarp that overs the stone BerriesSoft outside with soft insides Hesperidiums Semi-hard outside and soft inside Pepos Tough outside with soft inside Drupes or Stones With a stone or pit insidePomes Soft outside with hard inside Fleshy Simple Fruits

Soft outside but looks like a cluster of berries Polydrupes Clusters of berries

Fleshy Aggregate Fruits

Compound independent flowers

Figs Pineapples Fleshy Multiply Fruits

Questions? You and a partner will make a poster of all 3 fleshy fruit typesYou need to the following: Each type of fruit in the fleshy family Define each Find 5 examples of eachMust have color and been seen from far away

Assignment

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