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Glossary with ‘sexual reproduction in flowering plants germination a seed the seed coat cotyledons or seed leaves embryo young root first leaves fruit Benedict’s solution iodine a negative a positive test pod dispersal of seeds sexual reproduction sperm cells egg cells reproductive cells sexual intercourse gametes male gametes pollen grains stamen anther filament pollen grains. petals pollination nectar insect pollinator scent pollination. cross pollinator self pollinator. carpel stigma fertilisation ovary ovule. fertilisation Sexual reproduction in flowering plants What you must be able to do: You need to be able to name all the parts of a flower (find different pictures of flowers on the internet to practice). You need to be able to label all the parts of a seed / bean What develops from the ovule, ovary and egg cell (in a flower)? Name and explain the methods of a plant of dispersing seeds. Be able to recognise this in pictures of fruits. Name and explain the methods by which a plant can be pollinated. Name the characteristics of flowers that use each method. Explain how a plant fills the fruits and the seeds leaves with nutrients (story from leaves to fruit (seed leaves) step by step. What structures are involved in this process? What is the advantage of storing nutrients in seeds and of storing nutrients in fruits? Explain the sequence of events starting from pollination, growth of a pollen tube, fertilisation, development of a seed, germination and growth of a new plant: the life cycle of a plant. Name all the names of the parts of the plant and the names of the processes that take place.