Introduction to Make a Flower Lab

Introduction to Make a Flower Lab

Author: Robbie Case

1.  Distinguish between a perfect and an imperfect flower.

2. Distinguish between a complete and an incomplete flower.

3.  Identify the major parts of a flower: sepals, petals, stamen, pistil.

4. Label the individual parts of a stamen and a pistil.

5.  Identify the major differences between a monocot and a dicot flower.

6. Read the Lab Procedure and be prepared to construct a perfect and complete monocot or dicot flower in class.

This lesson is an introduction to basic flower anatomy.  This will prepare you for the lab we will conduct in class in which you will use materials provided to construct a complete and perfect flower.  

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Make a Flower Introduction

Angiosperms are the class of flowering plants. View the slideshow to learn the parts of a flower and the differences between monocots and dicots. In class you will construct a perfect and complete flower.

Source: Created by Robbie Case

Make A Flower Laboratory Guide

This is the Laboratory Guide for the Make a Flower Lab. Read and complete page 5 prior to coming to class.

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Make A Flower Lab Intro

View this quick lesson in order to be prepared for the Make a Flower Lab.

Source: Created by Robbie Case using Educreations iPad App