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PLANT REPRODUCTION



Insect Pollinated Wind Pollinated
FEATURE: Large, brightly coloured petals. FEATURE: Small petals (often dull colour).
REASON: To attract insects. REASON: No need to attract insects.
FEATURE: Often sweetly scented. FEATURE: No scent.
REASON: To attract insects. REASON: No need to attract insects.
FEATURE: Usually contain nectar. FEATURE: No…

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Fertilisation is the fusion of the male gamete (the pollen nucleus) with the female
gamete (the ovule nucleus).




Asexual reproduction is the production of offspring from only one parent.

It is possible for plants to reproduce asexually (i.e. without flowers or fertilisation).
Plants which are produced in these ways are…

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ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION:
only one parent plant is required
young plants are identical to the parent, so that good features will always be
passed on
SEXUAL REPRODUCTION:
characteristics are inherited from two parents - this produces variation in the
offspring;
This gives a good chance of at least a few surviving…

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iqrxo

thank you x x 

IG Student

Perfect Notes 

Brittany - Team GR

Thanks for sharing this resource! :)

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