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What are the seeds of flowering plants enclosed in?
Angiosperms (flowering plants) have seeds enclosed in an ovary. Flowers include ovaries and surrounding structures. Ripened ovaries make up a fruit.
What is the protective structure of a flower?
There is an outer ring of modified leaves called sepals. These provide protection to the flower before it opens and are usually green. This outer ring is known as the calyx.
What is a plants that have protective coverings on stems and produce seeds?
Chap 9 Seed Plants
|angiosperm||a plant that produces seeds that are enclosed in a protective structure|
|ovary||a protective structure in plants that encloses the developing seeds|
|flower||the reproductive structure of an angiosperm|
|petal||one of the colorful, leaflike structures of a flower|
In which part of the seed Plumule is enclosed?
Question : In maize seed the plumule is enclosed by a sheath called as
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Which flower structure develops into a seed?
Once pollen gets to the ovary within the flower, the ovary develops into a fruit. The ovules inside the ovary develop into seeds inside of this fruit. Planting a seed begins the process anew – the new plant, while similar to the parent plant, is not identical.
Which flower part protects flower in bud stage?
Answer: When a flower is a bud, it is surrounded by sepals, which in many cases are green, as in this example. They protect the flower bud and are behind/underneath the petals when the flower opens. Together, all of the sepals are called a calyx.