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Pollen and Extras

by: Steven Hernandez

Pollen and Extras PBIO1030

Steven Hernandez
Plants and People
Dr. Thompson

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Notes from the week right after the Monday exam, which include Palynology and Friday notes based on several concepts
Plants and People
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Steven Hernandez on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PBIO1030 at Ohio University taught by Dr. Thompson in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see Plants and People in Biomedical Sciences at Ohio University.


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Date Created: 09/19/15
Wednesday September 16 2015 PBIO Palynology Pollen Palynology Study of plant pollen its production and its uses Can be used for more than fertilization in terms of human benefit Forensics Determining of fossil fuel effectiveness through the pollen trapped on fossils Pollen is hard to break down Allows scientists to discover what extinct species of animals digested Even if it is the same plant if there is pollen involved pollination is asexual reproduction PoWna on Polar Nuclei Endosperm Endosperm Ovary Zygoe Q quot Sperm 4 Cells Embryo seed 599 1 2 3 4 Coat ruit gt Forms of Pollination Windpollinated Wednesday September 16 2015 Tons of pollen released into the air Pollinators vs Dispersers Pollinators Attracts pollinators in order to spread pollen Color attraots insects and animals like bats in order to pollinate Smell whether good or bad smell for us The biggest pollinator in the world The Black and White Lemur from Madaoasoar pulls open flowers on the Traveler s Palm sticks its face in flower to eat nectar and spreads poen to other flowers Dispersers Does anything and everything it can in order to spread the seed to a place where it can grow Friday September 11 2015 PBIO Flowers Fruits and Seeds Uses of Plant Reproductive Organs Art Religious Cultural Food Incense Decoration Beauty Flowers Perfect flowers have both male and female reproductive parts Imperfect flowers dioecious have certain flowers with male parts and other flowers with female parts Begonia example of imperfect flower male flower has yellow female is white Friday September 11 2015 Pistils female part includes stigma style and pistil Stamen male part anther filament 39 6 SB Flowers can also be sued for food Saffrons are a spice that can be used for food Lavender flowers nasturtiums chives Sepals can also be used for food put into tea and other uses Monoeoious and Dioecious plants Monoecious produces male and female parts on the same plant Dioecious produces either male or female part 3 3 iuahn 05ml Friday September 11 2015 Fn t Ovaries of a plant provide the fruit Seeds come from ovule You can have one or multiple ovules ex peas in a pod Seeds Made up ovules Have a lot of protein vitamins minerals fat Heavy nutrients that help seed develop You can make oils out of them Just because gymnosperms don t have flowers it doesn t mean that they reproduce asexualy Things like pinecones and stuff are also sexual parts of a pine tree


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