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What is the female part of a flower called?
What do the stamens do?
They attract insects
They provide food for insects
They make pollen
The movement of pollen from the stamens to the carpel has a special name. What is it?
Which of these is true?
After pollination, the pollen grain travels down inside the carpel
All flowers are pollinated by insects
All flowers are pollinated by pollen from a different flower
When an ovule is fertilised, it turns into ...
Which of these is NOT true about how seeds are dispersed?
Some seeds are eaten by animals and deposited somewhere else
Some seeds are blown by the wind
Some seeds grow legs and walk
Which of these is the correct order for events in the life cycle of a plant?
Pollination - germination - fertilisation - seed dispersal
Germination - fertilisation - seed dispersal - pollination
Germination - pollination - fertilisation - seed dispersal
What is the main job of the petals?
To attract insects
To provide food for insects
To make pollen
Where are the nectaries of a flower usually found?
On the outside of the flower
On the stalk
Deep in the centre of the flower
What would happen if plants and animals didn't reproduce?
Plants would take over the world
All life on Earth would eventually die out
All living things would just get older and older