The sepals are often green and look like small leaves, and since they are green they can also photosynthesise. Other types of indeterminate inflorescences include umbels and capitula, or heads. However, a truly loving and committed partner will wait until you are ready. Explosive force: In some plants their seed capsules mature and then 'explode', shooting the small, light seeds far away from the parent plant. Study the following graph and answer the questions that follow. Learners must make sure to label in the correct way, using a ruler to draw straight, parallel label lines pointing and touching the structure to be named. Menstruation is a normal, natural function of the body and not in any way a disability. The seeds are also adapted by having a hard outer coat which is not digested by the bird so they can pass through its system. Girls and boys do not, generally, go through puberty at exactly the same time: During puberty, you will experience different physical and emotional changes as your body develops towards sexual maturity and adulthood. to personalise content to better meet the needs of our users. The ovary is the enlarged structure at the base of the pistil. By asking them Creative Commons Attribution License. It is often considered to have evolved from enfolded megasporophyll or some other ovuliferous structure with enclosed ovules (angiospermy); alternatively, it is thought to have arisen from the cuplike bracts of extinct seed-bearing plants on which the leafy bracts grew together and thus enclosed the ovules. In order for this to happen, the sperm (from the male) has to combine with the egg cell (from the female) to produce a baby. By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. What happens after the pollen lands on the stigma of the flower? A. Aphids are able to do this. )Gymnosperm C.)Angiosperm D.)Pupa 2. Petunia or hibiscus flowers work best for a dissection, however, you can use any flowers from the gardens or surrounding area that you are able to find. "Women who are menstruating are dirty and unclean . One day, the hero Perseus fought her and rather looked at her reflection in his shield. What is puberty and what does it mean when we "reach puberty"? If there are different cultural and religious groups in the class, it might be an opportune time to discuss religious laws and views on menstruation and what girls in the class experience as part of this group. Let us now take a closer look at the male and female reproductive organs that mature during puberty. Read the following article from a newspaper called "The Earth Times". Furthermore, pistils may be simple (composed of one ovule-bearing unit, megasporophyll, or carpel) or compound (composed of more than one carpel). Cells are the smallest building blocks of organisms. Sexual reproduction results in offspring that are genetically different from their parents. The pollen grows a pollen tube down the style to deliver the pollen nucleus to the ovules in the ovary. These may involve substitution of asexual reproduction for sexual or the direct production of plants by cells other than the usual ones (apomixis). This is so that they can be pollinated when the pollen in the water washes up against them. The water does not in any way prevent pregnancy, or the spread of STDs. What does this tell you? Height is measured in centimetres (cm) and age is measured in years. 5 6 7. Which ones? Have a go and please leave comments. Specifically, we are going to look at how humans reproduce so that we can learn about our own bodies and how they function. Some representative variations occur in the reproductive process of angiosperms. Their reasoning is important in this question. Go out into your garden or explore the school grounds and surroundings and select a flower of your own to dissect. The cells along the opening are specially designed so they rip open with force. The life cycles and reproductive processes described above characterize the vast majority of their respective plant groups. What is a 'pollinator'? For example, on what day did your bean start to grow roots? Identify the changes that both go through during puberty and fill these into the table. It illustrates the formation of the male and female gametes in the reproductive organs of the flower. Bear in mind that some learners might already know a significant amount, either from talking to their parents or from their own explorations, and some learners might not know much at all. Similarly, when gametophytes are grown in inorganic culture media supplemented by a variety of sugars, they produce sporophytes apogamously. This animation represents the sexual reproduction of a flowering plant (Angiosperm): the apple tree (Malus pumila). Intl Soc Plant Morphologists, Univ Delhi, India, pp 221–264 Google Scholar. Remember this is a private letter and you can choose whether you want to show it to anyone else or not. Recent Advances in the Embryology of Angiosperms. How do you think these adaptations of the stamen and stigma help the flowers to be pollinated by the wind? The other male sex cell joins with another cell in the embryo sac to form the. Fertilisation: when you put stuff into the garden to make it grow better. Produces female sex hormones and stores, matures and releases ripe egg cells. The structures of the male and female parts in wind pollinated and animal pollinated flowers are also different. The angiosperm life cycle consists of a sporophyte phase and a gametophyte phase. This should be done as a homework assignment in the lead up to the lesson about menstruation. Apomixis is a form of asexual reproduction often found in perennial angiosperms. Flowers come in so many different colours, shapes and sizes. Do you know what a myth is? )The sporophyte generation produces spores that grow into a A. Then add to your letter what you promise yourself that you will do to protect yourself from contracting an STD or from a pregnancy before you are ready to be a parent. Some images are supplied here, but if possible, collect some grass flowers beforehand and bring these to class. Let's have a look at some of these. Be aware that learners might not feel comfortable discussing reproduction in the classroom, and might laugh or make inappropriate jokes to conceal their own discomfort. [2 marks]. How do you think this flower is adapted to make sure that it is pollinated by the bird? In lily, all 4 megaspore nuclei are involved in the formation of the female gametophyte. Did they tell you why they laughed? Explain the function of each of these structures in the male and female bodies. Top Answer. Explain why the petals on some flowers are brightly coloured while on other plants we can hardly see the petals, and sometimes they are absent altogether. Explain the difference between ovulation and menstruation. This is called. Based on your family history and the height of other members of your family, predict whether you will 'follow the curve' or whether you will be shorter or taller than the average person your age? In angiosperms, the flowers are the sexual organs of the plant. In violets (Viola), in addition to the ordinary flowers produced first during the usual flowering season, less conspicuous flowers later develop; called cleistogamous flowers, they do not open but are self-pollinated, thus ensuring augmentation of the population during a period less favourable for the usual blossoms. This is called fertilisation. This helps it to move to a spot away from the parent tree so that it can grow somewhere else and not compete with the parent tree for space, water, etc. Celebrations and memorable events in your life. 20% of 15 to 17 year-olds say they have done something sexual while using alcohol or drugs that they might not have done if they were sober. This shows that different flowers have adapted to different pollinators. Pollen from the stamen needs to be transferred to the stigma of the flower, either on the same plant or another plant of the same species. ), Do you know how long pregnancy is before the baby is born? In seed germination, the cotyledons may remain below the soil surface within the seed (hypogean germination) and may function in digesting and absorbing endosperm (corn). This takes place during a stage in our life called puberty. Pollination involves the pollen moving from the stamens to the stigma of the same or another flower. How many people in the homework survey believed that the comments were in fact true? As with angiosperms, the lifecycle of a gymnosperm is also characterized by alternation of generations. If you get cold your period will be worse. Compare the two different lines for boys and girls and see what you can tell from the average heights as they grow older. By contrast, staminate flowers may occur on one plant and pistillate flowers on another, as in willows, poplars, and mulberries, which are dioecious. The period (approximately 40 weeks) from conception to birth, where the foetus develops in the womb or uterus. If your teacher has petunias or hibiscus flowers, dissect one of those. The manner of ovular attachment is known as placentation. These are the sepals. Apogamy involving an unfertilized egg (a phenomenon termed parthenogenesis) occurs in certain orchids. Therefore in some flowers, the carpel and the pistil are the same thing, but in others, many carpels make up one pistil! Among the liverworts it has been demonstrated that small fragments of the stalk of the sporophyte are capable of regenerating diploid gametophytes. The dependent variable is the variable that changes according to the independent variable. What is the message that is brought across by the title and article? Learners may choose to keep their letters entirely private. Each of these has a pistil and stamens. Ovulation: when the ovary releases a ripe egg cell into the fallopian tube. Apogamy may be induced in normally sexual ferns by withholding water from the gametophytes, which prevents the liberation and functioning of sperm. At what age are boys and girls on average the same height again? The pistil, most often composed of an enlarged basal ovary, a columnar style, and distal stigma, is the ovule-producing organ of the flower. Of the three cells of this gametophyte near the micropyle, one functions as an egg. We think you are located in What do you think attracts insects to flowers? This will help them understand the adaptations. A characteristic of Angiosperms is that they are heterosporous, which means that they generate microspores and megaspores. Learners should make reference to the above adaptations in plants which are already adapted to be pollinated with the help of the wind. Female stigma is feathery and branched and acts as a filter trapping the pollen that is blown through it. These flowers produce large amount of pollen as they cannot predict which way the wind will blow, so the more pollen the greater the chances that pollen will land on other flowers when carried in the wind. Consists of filament topped by an anther. The microspores begin their development of male gametophytes, which involves formation of a small generative cell and a tube cell. The reproductive structures of the flower are in the middle of the flower. Imagine it is the future - it is the year 2056! You just clipped your first slide! Now that you know more about human reproduction, you need to decide if these stories and myths are true or not. In sexual reproduction angiosperms use their flowers to attract insects/birds to help with pollinating to distance plants of the same species. Bees and butterflies, that were once so common, are almost extinct. [1 mark], The reproductive organs are structured in a very specific way - to make fertilisation and pregnancy possible. There are many different types of pollinators, some of which are shown below. Each pollen sac is provided with diploid microspore mother cells. Flowers contain the plant’s reproductive structures. Sexual reproduction is studied again in Gr. Flowers have a sweet scent to attract pollinators. This means that boys and girls are on average the same height up until 6 years old. Or else, they could say that they do not think air pollution will get to the level where it affects the flight of pollinators, or there could be other pollinators that might not be affected, etc. They prevent the sperm from reaching the egg and thus prevent fertilisation from taking place. The penis grows longer and slightly wider; it begins to ejaculate preparing for reproduction. The developing foetus receives food and oxygen from the mother through the placenta and umbilical cord. The basal calyx of each flower, known as a pappus, is bristlelike, scaly, or feathery and borne at the top of the ovary. Identify the pollinator in each photo in the table and write the name on the line below. Among the vast number of species of angiosperms, there is considerable variation in floral organization. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Get score'. The cells of a sporophyte body have a full complement of chromosomes (i.e., the cells are diploid, or 2, Yellow corymbs, a type of inflorescence, of yarrow (. India. We have now finished looking at how angiosperm plants reproduce. [3 marks]. Before going through the next section with your learners, get them to first think about what the flowers of wind and water pollinated plants will look like and if they need the same or different adaptations to flowers that attract pollinators. A brief introduction and description of asexual and sexual reproduction has been included. During puberty, the ovaries are stimulated to start maturing and releasing the eggs on a monthly basis. Angiosperms often have vegetative, asexual reproduction methods. )Gametophyte B. In order for a baby to develop in the mother's uterus, the egg needs to be fertilised. Puberty is the time during childhood when the sex organs mature and the body undergoes various changes preparing it for reproduction. Pollen may germinate immediately after contact with a stigma (sugarcane), within five minutes (corn), in two hours (beet), or after one or two days. The questions can then be answered in class and discussed. Some flowers will look like a potential mate, some look pretty; others have the smell of nectar. The microspores, in turn, create pollen grains containing male … This is quite a complicated timeline. Opening of the anther may be by longitudinal or transverse fissures or by terminal pores. Hint: Think of the chances of a flower being pollinated by an animal which visits it to drink nectar, compared to the chances of being pollinated by pollen that is carried in the wind. Did anyone laugh at any of the comments? How is this flower adapted for pollination by the bat? Reproduction in angiosperms. He was protected from her deathly stare and managed to cut off her head and kill her. When the female reproductive organs are mature in an adult, they will look as they do in the following diagram: We now know more about the male and female sexual organs and how these organs mature during puberty. Video showing how ripe yellow woodsorrel pods explode to release their seeds. This means that human reproduction requires a male and a female and a new human being is formed by combining the genetic material (DNA) from the parents. A. Vegetative Reproduction: The formation of a new plant from the vegetative parts of parent plant is called vegetative reproduction. They are still light so that they can blow and wave around in the wind. The youngest flower is terminal or central in umbels and in heads. Identify the common names of these plants and try to find the correct scientific name. For example, flowers can be pollinated with the help of the wind, water or animals. Take note that the receptacle label should point to the green bulge in between the sepals and the peduncle label must point to the short stalk at the bottom. This is beneficial so that not all pods explode at the same time, but they do so in stages. Grafting, layering, and micropropagation are some methods used for artificial asexual reproduction. They are then carried along as the animal walks and drop off later. The receptacle is the top part of the flower stalk where the different flower parts attach. Pollination is the process whereby the male pollen is transferred to the female stigma in order for fertilisation to take place. Smaller amounts of pollen produced because there is less wastage than in wind pollinated plants. Asexual reproduction in plants, - agamospermy - vegetative reproduction or vegetative propagation - natural vegetative reproduction- by stem , by root, by leaf , by reproductive organ, - … The seed is very light so that it can blow in the wind. This also helps it to be lifted up by a draft of air, otherwise if it was just the small central brown seed without the wings, it would just fall directly down from the tree/plant. If you are ovulating, it does not matter if it is the first time you have sex, you can still fall pregnant. All Siyavula textbook content made available on this site is released under the terms of a Sunflowers are in fact composite flowers, made up of hundreds of individual flowers working together. Since pollinators feed on specific plants, they usually travel from flower to flower of the same species, therefore pollinating them effectively. Terminal inflorescences are at the tips of the major, or dominant, branches; axillary ones are at the tips of axillary, or side, branches. Some seeds also have spiky structures that can stick to the fur of animals. Explain at least two ways in which wind pollinated plants' structures are adapted for wind pollination. organisms that reproduce sexually are angiosperms, dogs, and humans. Some a… 7 classmates, you will probably notice that your friends, and you, have changed quite a bit since you started Gr. The small individual flowers arise in spiral order on the receptacle, the youngest being at the centre. The penis also grows bigger. The number of stamens and pistils may be large and separately attached to the receptacle in a spiral pattern (buttercup), or the numbers may be reduced and the attachment cyclic or whorled (lily). There is a lot of awareness now of HIV/AIDS and STDs, but what exactly can we learn in Natural Sciences to help us lead a safe and healthy lifestyle for the rest of our lives? So why do plants have so many different kinds of seeds and fruit? The red line indicates the average change in height of girls as they grow older. Sexual reproduction is the process of development of new organisms through the formation and fusion of gametes. When seeds grow too close to others, they grow long and spindly to reach enough light, making them weak and poor fruit producers. Very few viable seeds remain to plant the next crop. Insist that learners use the appropriate scientific terms when asking questions and having discussions, as this should prevent some learners from being intentionally vulgar. It is hoped more colonies will be found in other remote mountain regions. Flower petals are usually the brightly coloured parts of the flower. Formation of microspore (pollen grain) – micros porogenasis ADVERTISEMENTS: 3. The sepals are collectively known as the calyx, and the petals as the corolla; the calyx and corolla compose the perianth. When a male sperm cell fuses with a female egg cell. Learners must be encouraged to take notes as they will have a question on this at the end of the chapter. For example, think of an apple which has a few seeds inside the fruit. The flower has nectar for the bat to drink so that the bat comes to the flower. Or else, they can prevent the fertilised egg from implanting in the uterus wall. Place some kitchen roll, toilet paper or tissue in your transparent jar. Vegetative Reproduction. This seed pod might respond to touch to cause the explosion. A lot of these myths are not based on proof. You should point this out and let learners know that this is alright, and by the end of this section they will all know the basics of human reproduction. Anthers loosely attached and dangle down (mostly) to release pollen easily into the wind. The seeds are often in position on a plant so that they are at a height to brush against an animal. Why do you think this is so? While the pill is excellent at preventing pregnancy, it offers NO protection against STDs. In flowering plants, stamens are male reproductive organs while carpels are female reproductive organs. The lifecycle of angiosperms follows the alternation of generations. Long straight peduncle, which is underwater and less rigid than the sunflower so it can sway in the water; there is an inner layer of white petals, and the outer layer are actually white sepals, and not petals. Puberty is a time when the human reproductive organs start to develop, maturing about 5 - 6 years after puberty started. Happens in few species (ex. She had hair made of real snakes and could turn anyone into stone if they looked directly at her. The very tiny pollen grains of orchids, certain mimosas, and milkweeds are clustered in waxy masses called pollinia (singular pollinium). Pollination 4. They have evolved very efficient mechanism of sexual reproduction. ", "You cannot fall pregnant during your period. So, are there some structures that are common to all flowers? Mangrove seeds start to germinate while still on the parent plant, then drop into the ocean and wait until the sea washes them onto a shore where they can continue germinating and growing. Plants pollinated by wind do not need to attract insects or animals to pollinate them and thus do not need brightly coloured petals. Therefore, in order to avoid being in competition with the parent plant and to produce stronger plants, the seeds are dispersed away from the parent plant with the hope that they will land in a 'better' habitat where they will receive enough minerals, light and water. The layer then hardens and no other sperm are allowed to enter. As they are feeding, pollen sticks to their bodies. The child will have half its genetic material (DNA) from its mother and half from its father. Inflorescences can be distinguished by their growth patterns as determinate or indeterminate. Once the pollen grain lodges on the stigma, a pollen tube grows from the pollen grain to an ovule. If fertilisation does not take place the egg moves to the uterus from where it is discarded in the vagina. Why do you think this? A growth spurt is when children grow quite rapidly over the years, faster than over other years. Do not copy the definition word for word, but write it in your own words. ", "If you have a shower after sex, you will not fall pregnant. If time allows, you may wish to grant learners 10 minutes for self-reflection. What types of pollinators do you think will pollinate this flower? The male cells in the pollen is carried to the female sex cells and when they fuse they will create a seed which can grow into a new plant. This is not true. The process of fertilisation in plants occurs in clearly defined steps: This pollen tube starts to grow from the stigma and down the style. Some of these are life-threatening, like the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), while others cause very painful and long-term symptoms. Add a little sprinkling of water every day to keep the paper towel damp. These flowering plants include the crops that farmers grow for us to eat, such as maize and sunflowers. This includes protecting yourself against possible pregnancy and against any STD infection. What does each line represent? Write numbers 1 - 6 to place their sentences below into the correct order. Certain other ferns reproduce apogamously in nature; thus, for example, in the holly fern (Crytomium falcatum), the gametophytes give rise directly to sporophytes by nuclear and cell division on vegetative cells of the gametophyte. , while others cause very painful and long-term symptoms leaves ) gravity: fruit fall... 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