Plant Pollination

 

Hi, everybody!

Today we will work on plant pollination.

1. What is pollination?

2. What is self-pollination?

3. What is crossed-pollination?

4. What is a perfect flower?

5. What is an imperfect flower?

6.  Complete the following gaps:

Plants are p___________ in two different ways:  by i_________ or by the w________.

Plants that are polllinated by  i______________  have colorful p_________ and produce delicious n__________.

Plants that are polllinated by w___________ have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.

7. Find out the meaning of the following words:

a) entomophilous

b) anemophilous

This is to be done in our Study Class with Maria.

 

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8 Respostes to “Plant Pollination”

  1. tatidt Says:

    1. What is pollination?
    Is “fecundación” in English.

    2. What is self-pollination?
    It’s when a plant puts it’s pollen inside it’s pistil.

    3. What is crossed-pollination?
    Crossed-pollination is when a flower’s pollen flies away for pollination and goes to another flower.

    4. What is a perfect flower?
    A perfect flower is a flower that has got male and female reproductive organs.

    5. What is an imperfect flower?
    An imperfect flower is a flower that only has got a male or a female reproductive organ.

    6. Complete the following gaps:

    Plants are pollinated in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.

    Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious n__________.

    Plants that are polllinated by wind have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.

    • tatidt Says:

      CORRECTIONS:

      1. What is pollination?

      Is the process of transfering pollen, as fecundation. It can be produced by air or by wind.

      __________________________________________________
      6. Complete the following gaps:

      Plants are pollinated in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.

      Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious nutrient.
      __________________________________________________
      7. Find out the meaning of the following words:

      a) entomophilous: It’s when a flower is pollinated by insects. The insects brush themselves into the flowers pollen and flies away, carring the pollen to another flower.

      b) anemophilous: It’s when a flower is pollinated by wind. The wind makes the pollen fly, and it goes to a flower’s pistill.

  2. idaira santana Says:

    1. What is pollination?
    Pollination is the process of transferring pollen which germinates from stamens to stigma.
    2. What is self-pollination?
    It’s when the flower puts the pollen inside it’s pistil.
    3. What is crossed-pollination?
    It’s when an insect carries the pollen to another plant.
    4. What is a perfect flower?
    Is a flower has got male and female reproductive organs
    5. What is an imperfect flower?
    Is a flower has got one reproductive organs, male or female.
    6. Complete the following gaps:

    Plants are pollinated in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.

    Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious nutrient.

    Plants that are polllinated by wind have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.

  3. india16 Says:

    1) Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the anthers of a flower to the stigma of the same flower or of another flower. Pollination is a prerequisite for fertilization.
    2) Transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma of the same flower.
    3) The transfer of pollen from an anther of the flower of one plant to a stigma of the flower of another flower.
    4) A perfect flower contains both male and female reproductive parts. If a perfect flower has petals and sepals, it is also then a complete flower.
    5) A imperfect flower or a unisexual flower, is a flower with only stamens or only pistils.
    6) Plants are pollinated in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.
    Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious nutrient.
    Plants that are polllinated by wind have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.
    7. Find out the meaning of the following words:

    a) entomophilous: flowers that are pollinated by insects.

    b) anemophilous: flowers that are pollinated by the wind.

  4. emil7234 Says:

    1. Is the proces in which the pollen arrived to the stigma.
    2. Is the proces in which staments put pollen to the stigma in the same plant.
    3. Is the same proces , but the pollen arrived to other stigma in other plant.
    4. It`s a flower that had male and female reproductive organs.
    5. It`s a flower that had only male or only female reproductive organs.
    6. Plants are pollinated in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.
    Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious nutrient.
    Plants that are polllinated by wind have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.
    7. entomophilous:
    It`s a plant the pollinated by insects.
    anemophilous:
    It`s a plant that his pollination is make by wind.

  5. neusr Says:

    1)What is pollination?
    is the process of transferring pollen from stamens to the stigma.
    2) What is self-pollination?
    is when the plant put the pollen inside the pistil.
    3) What is crossed-pollination?
    when an insect goes to a flower with pollen from another flower.
    4) What is a perfect flower?
    when the flower has male and female to reproductive organs.
    5) What is an inperfect flower?
    when the flower is only male or female reproductive organs.
    6) Complete the following gaps:
    Plants that are pollination in two different ways: by insects or by the wind.
    Plants that are polllinated by insects have colorful polinators and produce delicious nutrient.
    Plants that are polllinated by wind have long stamens and hanging flowers that swing in the wind.


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