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4.0 REPRODUCTION 4.7 Sexual Reproductive System of Flowering Plant 1. Diagram 1 shows the parts of a flower.

P:

Q:

R:

Diagram 1 (a) Label P, Q and R on Diagram 1 with the following words. Ovary Stigma Petal [3 marks] (b) What is the function of P? [1 mark] (c) What happens to R after pollination and fertilisation? [1 mark] (d) The male reproductive organ of the flower is known as the stamen. What is the stamen made up of? [1 mark]

A. Do you know the parts of the flower? Here is the diagram of the flower again. Can you fill in the missing parts? There is a list of names in the box on the side to help you.

stigma anther petal ovary style filament

B. What have you learnt about pollination? Can you fill in the missing words in the following sentences? 1. The stamen is the . part of the flower. 2. The pistil is the .. part of the flower 3. The . and the make up the stamen 4. The , the and the make up the pistil 5. Flowers reproduce by transferring pollen from the .. to the . 6. The pollen joins with the .. to form seeds. 7. Pollination between different plants is called 8. Animals which transfer pollen from one flower to another are called .

2.

Diagram 2 shows the male reproductive system in humans.

L: M:

N:

Diagram 2 (a) Label L, M and N on Diagram 2 with the following words. Sperm duct Seminal vesicle Testis [3 marks] (b) Match the part of the male reproductive system to its function. Draw lines to match. PART L FUNCTION Channels sperms and urine out of the body Produces sperms M Carry sperms form the testis to the urethra N Secrete a fluid that nourishes the sperms [3 marks]

3.

Diagram 3 shows the female reproductive system in humans.

P:

Q:

R: Diagram 3 (a) Using the following words, label P, Q and R on Diagram 3. Ovary Fallopian tube Uterus [3 marks] (b) What is the function of Q? [1 mark] (c) (i) Name the process that takes place at P. [1 mark] (ii) Explain what happens during the process in (c) (i). [1 mark] (d) Label the cervix on Diagram 3 with the alphabet, S. [1 mark]

4.

Diagram 4 shows the structure of flowers P, Q, R and S.

Diagram 4 (a) Based on the observations in Diagram 4, state one characteristic of each flower.

P: .. Q: . R: . T: . [4 marks]

(b)

Classify P, Q, R and S into two groups based on common characteristics. P, Q, R and S

Common characteristic

Alphabets representing the flowers [4 marks] (c) Based on the observations in Diagram 4, make an inference on how the flowers are pollinated. R: .. S: .. [2 marks]

NAME FORM

: .. : ..

4.0 REPRODUCTION 4.4 FERTILISATION AND PREGNANCY 5. Diagram 5 shows the process of sexual reproduction in human beings. Cell M Cell N

Process S

P: ..

Q: ..

R: ..

Baby Diagram 5

(a)

(i) What is process S? .. [1 mark] (ii) Where does process S takes place in the human body? [1 mark]

(b)

Label P, Q and R on Diagram 5. [3 marks]

(c)

State one difference between cell M and N.

[1 mark]

Activities
A. Do you know the parts of the flower? Here is the diagram of the flower again. Can you fill in the missing parts? There is a list of names in the box on the side to help you.

stigma anther petal ovary style filament

B. What have you learnt about pollination? Can you fill in the missing words in the following sentences? 1. The stamen is the . part of the flower. 2. The pistil is the .. part of the flower 3. The . and the make up the stamen 4. The , the and the make up the pistil 5. Flowers reproduce by transferring pollen from the .. to the . 6. The pollen joins with the .. to form seeds. 7. Pollination between different plants is called 8. Animals which transfer pollen from one flower to another are called .