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Published: 25/06/2014
KS3 | Biology
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Plant reproduction - pollination and fertilisation

A worksheet containing several short tasks that can be used as a review of this topic or as part of a teacher led lesson. There are interactive versions of some of the activities to use as quick checkpoints of students understanding.

Task 1

Use the names of the plant reproductive parts to label the diagram of the flower.

Task 2

Tick the boxes to show which features are most likely to be found in pollen carried by the wind or insects.

Task 3

Put the statements in the correct order to show fertilisation and development of a fruit.

   

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Sarah Kniveton, Science EditorSarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Many thanks for your comment, the answers are on the first two pages of the resource.
Posted on 23rd May 2019
Meiling AkbarallyMeiling Akbarally
Hi ,

I am a parent using these resources. Would it be at all possible to have an answer sheet?

Thank you
Meiling
Posted on 21st May 2019
Paul SumnerPaul Sumner
Task 1 would benefit from editing to include labels for Carpel and Stamen.
Posted on 29th October 2017
Hussain RazikHussain Razik
Thanks. This worksheet proved useful and easy to use.
Posted on 12th December 2016
Caroline ParkerCaroline Parker
Thanks made a great lesson
Posted on 16th October 2016
Caroline ParkerCaroline Parker
Thanks made a great lesson
Posted on 16th October 2016
Judith MoraisJudith Morais
Thanks. This worksheet has been put together very well.
Posted on 25th August 2016
Wendy KirkmanWendy Kirkman
Lovely - I had to edit it a bit to make a cover lesson that they could use with our text books - but a very well written and well structured activity sheet - thanks!
Posted on 18th May 2016

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