Flowering Plant Morphology Quiz
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Flowering Plant Morphology Quiz

Test your knowledge of the form, size, structure, and relative position of various organs of flowering plants in this quiz. Explore the classification of plants based on morphological characteristics and learn about the diversity in external structure of angiosperms.

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What are the three main parts of a typical seed?

Seed coat, endosperm, and embryo

What is the underground part of a flowering plant called?

Root system

What does morphology refer to in the context of plants?

The study of the form, size, and structure of living organism organs

What develops from the fertilized ovary in a plant?

<p>Fruit</p> Signup and view all the answers

What are angiosperms characterized by?

<p>Presence of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruits</p> Signup and view all the answers

Study Notes

Seed Structure

  • A typical seed consists of three main parts: embryo, endosperm, and seed coat.
  • The embryo is the immature plant, the endosperm provides nutrition, and the seed coat protects the seed.

Plant Anatomy

  • The underground part of a flowering plant is called a root system.

Plant Morphology

  • Morphology, in the context of plants, refers to the study of the shape and structure of plants.

Fertilization and Fruit Development

  • The fertilized ovary in a plant develops into a fruit.

Characteristics of Angiosperms

  • Angiosperms, also known as flowering plants, are characterized by producing flowers, fruits, and seeds.

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