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INTRODUTION OF FLOWERING PLANT

Flower reproductive organ of the most seeds bearing plant. Flowers carry
out the multiple role of sexual reproduction, seed development and the fruit
production. Many plants produce highly visible flower that have a
distractive size.

PARTS OF FLOWERS
A Flower shares several
basic features a began groth
at the end of a specialized
branch known as an pedicel
at the center of the flower is
the pistil composed of a
stigma, a style and an ovary.

TWO LARGE GROUPS OF FLOWERING OF PLANTS

1 DICOTS 2. MONOCOTS
DOCOTS & MONOCOTS SEEDS
Monocotyledons and dicotyledons make up the large groups of
flowering plants, differentiated by their seed structures. Monocot
seeds contain once cotyledon, or embryonic leaf.Dicot seeds
contain two coytledons, which absorbs and store the nutrients from
the endosperm before the seed germinations.

PLANTING DEPTH OF BULBS


Flower bulbs need to be planted at an appropriate depth that
prevents them from sprouting above ground to early, when the
weather may not be suitable . a good rule of thumb is to palnt bulbs
at a depth that is at least three times the bulb size.
TYPES OF INFLORESCE:-
Some times flower are grouped together in a cluster called an
inflorescence . Each type of inflorescence is identified by the
arrangement of flowers on the stalk

Teachers Name
Rama verma (science Mistress)
GSSS, Mohinderganj, Rajpura