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Structure & Function of Flowering Plants - Chapter Summary
In these convenient lessons on the structure and function of flowering plants, you can review how generations of flowering plants are created. You can also gain a clearer understanding of how the female components of flowers are structured. By the end of the chapter, you should be positioned to:
- Discuss reproduction and fertilization of flowering plants
- Recall the function of the corolla of a flower
- Identify types of inflorescence arrangements
- Discuss the male components of flowers
- Identify types of angiosperm placentation in flowering plants
These easy-to-comprehend lessons can help you quickly understand flowering plants. A brief quiz is available for each lesson, which can help to ensure that you clearly understand the topics covered. Vocabulary words are highlighted in bold for quick reference.
1. Flowering Plants: Reproduction & Fertilization
Some plants use flowers to reproduce. The flowers contain all the parts needed for the reproduction process. This lesson explains how all of these parts are used to create the next generation of flowering plants.
2. Corolla of a Flower: Structure, Function & Definition
This lesson will investigate the structure of the flower known as the corolla. The lesson will also explore the variation in this structure as well as its function and importance in plant reproduction.
3. Inflorescence: Definition, Biology & Types
Flowers are arranged in a variety of ways on different plants, and there are specific names for each type of arrangement. Learn more about the different flower clusters in this lesson.
4. Flowers: Structure and Function of Male & Female Components
In this lesson, we'll look at the parts of a flower and learn their functions. These natural beauties provide indispensable services to the plants they adorn.
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