What is a mature ovule? A mature ovary?
Understand differences in pollination and fertilization
Know what happens when double fertilization occurs
How do floral structures suggest different pollination strategies? Know characteristics shared by flowers that attract these pollinators: bees, birds, moths, butterflies, bats, flies, beetles, wind.
Seeds and Fruits
What is a fruit? fleshy or dry; simple, multiple, aggregate, dehiscent, indehiscent (from lab).
Mechanisms of fruit and seed dispersal: wind, water, animal (eaten, cached or carried).
Dicots vs. Monocots
leaf vein type, vascular cambium and secondary tissue, fibrous and tap roots, vascular tissue arrangements in stem and root, number of cotyledons, number of flower parts, pollen grains.
Remaining topics to be determined…