Reproduction in angiosperms.

IB Biology: Reproduction in angiosperms.

This lesson begins with a short screencast activity to help students draw the structure of an idealised animal-pollinated flower. In nature the shape of flowers is very varied and many flowers have a shape which complements the adaptations of a mutualistic pollinator. This idea makes a nice "dissection" Comparisons of different flowers helps students to understand the individual adaptations of flowers and their pollinator...


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