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7th Grade Science

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Monday, November 20, 2006

Virtual Flower Dissection

When Gregor Mendel studies the genetics of pea plants, he cross-pollinated their flowers. In order to know exactly how he did these genetic experiments, we will learn and review the parts of the flower and the method of pollination.

  1. Go to Why Do Plants Have Flowers? page
  2. Go to Flower Anatomy page.
  3. Go to the Life Cycles: Flower page.
  4. Follow the instructions on the upper banner to virtually dissect a flower.
  5. Label and list the functions of the flower parts on the diagram.
  6. Write the questions and the correct answers from the Quiz.


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