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The Flower | Long Answer Questions (LA)

Question 10

Q10) Give the difference in the function between the following parts:

(a) Ovary and ovule

(b) Petal and sepal

(c) Filament and style

(d) Pollen and ovule

Solution:

(a) Ovary and ovule

Ovary Ovule
It is the female reproductive part of the flower It is present inside the ovary.
It develops into a fruit. It develops into seed.

(b) Petal and sepal

Petal Sepal
They are the colourful and attractive part of the flower which helps to attracts insects for pollination. They are present below the petals which provide protection to the bud.

(c) Filament and style

Filament Style
It provides support to the flower It is a tube like structure which the pollen grains.
It holds the male reproductive parts called anther and stamen. It collects the pollen grains and carries it to the ovaries.

(d) Pollen and ovule

Pollen Ovule
Its function is to deliver male gametes from stamen to ovule. Its function is to receive the pollen and undergo fertilization into a well developed seed.

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Question 10

Q10) Give the difference in the function between the following parts:

(a) Ovary and ovule

(b) Petal and sepal

(c) Filament and style

(d) Pollen and ovule

Solution:

(a) Ovary and ovule

Ovary Ovule
It is the female reproductive part of the flower It is present inside the ovary.
It develops into a fruit. It develops into seed.

(b) Petal and sepal

Petal Sepal
They are the colourful and attractive part of the flower which helps to attracts insects for pollination. They are present below the petals which provide protection to the bud.

(c) Filament and style

Filament Style
It provides support to the flower It is a tube like structure which the pollen grains.
It holds the male reproductive parts called anther and stamen. It collects the pollen grains and carries it to the ovaries.

(d) Pollen and ovule

Pollen Ovule
Its function is to deliver male gametes from stamen to ovule. Its function is to receive the pollen and undergo fertilization into a well developed seed.

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