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KS3 Biology:
Plant Reproduction

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10 minutes maximum! (can you do it in 5?)

Q1+2:

The photo below shows a new plant growing.

Germinating seed

1. When a plant begins to grow from a seed, it is ....

  • A. germinating
  • B. reproducing
  • C. egesting
  • D. digesting

2. The seed provides the newly developing plant with ...

  • A. a store of water
  • B. a store of food
  • C. a store of oxygen
  • D. a store of carbon dioxide

Q3-8:
These questions are about flowers:

red flower - labelled

3. What is the name given to the part labelled M?

  • A. sepal
  • B. petal
  • C. stamen
  • D. stigma

4. What is the name given to the part labelled K?

  • A. sepal
  • B. petal
  • C. stamen
  • D. stigma

5. What is the name given to the part labelled L?

  • A. sepal
  • B. petal
  • C. stamen
  • D. stigma

6. Which parts of a flower are male and female?

  male part female part
A. stamen stigma
B. stamen sepal
C. sepal stamen
D. stigma stamen

7. This flower has bright red leaves and a strong scent. Which method of pollination is most likely?

  • A. wind
  • B. rain
  • C. insect
  • D. human

8. Some flowers produce a sugary solution to attract insects. This is called...

  • A. anther
  • B. nectar
  • C. pollen
  • D. ovule

9. Once a plant is fertilised and seeds have been produced, the seeds need to be dispersed away from the parent plant. Which of these is NOT a method of seed dispersal?

  • A. wind
  • B. animals
  • C. self-propelled
  • D. plant movement

Q10: Which method of dispersal do you think this seed uses?

dandelion seeds

  • A. wind
  • B. animals
  • C. self-propelled
  • D. plant movement