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The world of plants

Growing plants - Test

1.

Water and a suitable temperature are needed for germination. What gas is also needed?

2.

For questions 2 - 7 identify the named structures on the above diagram.

Lettered structures within a flower to be identified. A is the green leafy structure behind the petals, B is found inside the ovary, C contains the ovule, D sits above the ovary, E are colourful structures which attract insects to the flower, F sits at the tip of the filament, and G consists of the filament and the anther.Which letter points to the sepals?

3.

Which letter points to the petals?

4.

Which letter points to the stamen?

5.

Which letter points to the anther?

6.

Which letter points to the stigma?

7.

Which letter points to the ovary?

8.

Where is pollen produced?

9.

Which part of the flower develops into the fruit?

10.

Where does fertilisation occur?

11.

Questions 11 - 13 are about methods of seed dispersal.

Which method uses hooks on the seeds? Burdock and goose grass are examples.

12.

Which method is used by gooseberries?

13.

Which method of dispersal is used by dandelions?