Plant Reproductive Anatomy

Segment: 6. Plant & Animal Physiology, Standard: Apply knowledge of plant anatomy and the functions of plant structures to activities associated with plant systems. (Technical II.A.2) Examine unique plant properties to identify/describe functional differences in plant structures including roots, stems, flowers, leaves, and fruit. (Pathway II.B.1)


Lessons under this core idea would pertain to knowing about male and female parts. The functions of the different parts should be discussed, like the purpose of a flower, stamen, pistil, etc. There are different types of flowers that help to differentiate reproductive organs. Basic pollination and fertilization processes describe how the male and female parts interact with the environment to produce a fruit.


Teaching Methods

Graphic/Drawing, Lecture Discussion, Demonstration, Experiment, Game and Simulations


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