Identify the changes that both go through during puberty and fill these into the table. The life cycles and reproductive processes described above characterize the vast majority of their respective plant groups. Certain other ferns reproduce apogamously in nature; thus, for example, in the holly fern (Crytomium falcatum), the gametophytes give rise directly to sporophytes by nuclear and cell division on vegetative cells of the gametophyte. What is the term for when a seed starts to grow? If you are ovulating, it does not matter if it is the first time you have sex, you can still fall pregnant. The youngest flower is terminal or central in umbels and in heads. Three megaspores (nearest the micropyle) degenerate; only one enlarges, and then it undergoes divisions to form the eight-nucleate, seven-celled female gametophyte (âembryo sacâ). Take note that learners may confuse the processes of pollination and seed dispersal. Being infected by a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) like HIV/AIDS, Herpes or Syphilis. Do you know what a myth is? Puberty is the stage in the human life cycle when sexual organs mature for reproduction. This is therefore a very personal activity and should not be for assessment purposes. These are: Flowers are typically set on a stem which may be long and rigid like a rose or agapanthas stem, or short and flexible like those on a petunia. Use the colours in your answer. Some of them may not have had an opportunity before to ask questions about reproduction, especially if their parents have not felt comfortable discussing this with them. The receptacle is the top part of the flower stalk where the different flower parts attach. There are two very important points to remember here: Emphasise to learners that if someone is forcing you to have sex with them or threatening you in any way to have sex with someone else, you have the right to say no. The fertilisation of a mature egg by a sperm cell is needed for pregnancy to occur. The seeds have a tough outer covering so that they are not digested by the animal. Once the egg cell is fertilised, it continues its journey to the uterus. Video showing how ripe yellow woodsorrel pods explode to release their seeds. Teachers should also encourage students to wait until they are older to become sexually active. There are different things that you can do to prevent pregnancy. The seeds are often in position on a plant so that they are at a height to brush against an animal. Explain why the petals on some flowers are brightly coloured while on other plants we can hardly see the petals, and sometimes they are absent altogether. Male parthenogenesis, or the production of a sporophyte from a sperm, has been detected in tobacco hybrids. Short peduncles that branch from a shrub; small green sepals, large pink petals to attract pollinators. Let us now take a closer look at the male and female reproductive organs that mature during puberty. After all, teenage boys can be similarly moody and emotional. 7 learner was asked to define the terms puberty, menstruation, fertilisation, pregnancy and conception. For example, on what day did your bean start to grow roots? The ovary then starts to swell and enlarge, and becomes a fruit. In common parlance (and unfortunately in some botanical textbooks), staminate flowers and plants that bear them are often designated âmale,â and pistillate flowers and the plants that bear them are called âfemale.â This may be traced back at least as far as to the time of Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus (1753), who interpreted stamens and pistils as sex organs. Flowers can contain either male structures or female structures, or both. ", "You cannot fall pregnant or make someone pregnant if you have sex in water. The independent variable is placed along the horizontal x-axis. These are either male or female sex cells and only carry half the genetic material (DNA) of a typical cell. The propagation of flowering plants by sexual and asexual reproduction forms the basis of agriculture. 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Explain at least two ways in which wind pollinated plants' structures are adapted for wind pollination. You should point this out and let learners know that this is alright, and by the end of this section they will all know the basics of human reproduction. Filament. The pollen grains of most plants produce only one pollen tube, but 10 or more pollen tubes have been observed to develop from one pollen grain in plants of the mallow family. What is the unit of measurement for age? Imagine it is the future - it is the year 2056! Pollen may germinate immediately after contact with a stigma (sugarcane), within five minutes (corn), in two hours (beet), or after one or two days. Explain how you see yourself practising responsible choices regarding sex. Some images are supplied here, but if possible, collect some grass flowers beforehand and bring these to class. For example, think of an apple which has a few seeds inside the fruit. The generative cell may divide to form two sperm cells before the pollen grain (developing male gametophyte) is shed or while the pollen tube is growing during germination. The stigma is the structure that receives the pollen during pollination. By contrast, staminate flowers may occur on one plant and pistillate flowers on another, as in willows, poplars, and mulberries, which are dioecious. In simple cell division, two daughter cells are produced from one mother cell. Learners can either agree or disagree that this could happen in the future. Asked by Wiki User. They prevent the sperm from reaching the egg and thus prevent fertilisation from taking place. Vague, inaccurate - if a girl cuts or hurts herself she may also bleed but not as is meant here. The basal calyx of each flower, known as a pappus, is bristlelike, scaly, or feathery and borne at the top of the ovary. In sexual reproduction, half of the male's and half of the female's genetic material (DNA) fuses (combines) to create a new individual with the combined genetic materials of the parent plants or animals. The team is also looking at ways to modify the crop plants to increase how efficient they are at being pollinated by the wind, for example maize crop plants. Sexual reproduction in angiosperms results in the formation of seeds. There are then no seeds to plant the next crops for the next year, and therefore there is less food for humans. The more pollen there is the greater the chances of pollination. Very few viable seeds remain to plant the next crop. Dry fruits may open (dehisce; many legumes) or remain closed about the seed (be indehiscent; grasses and sunflower). These two methods of reproduction involve a process in which the DNA is replicated and the cell divides. This moment, when the male sperm and the female egg cell fuse is referred to as the moment of conception, or fertilisation, and this leads to pregnancy as the baby starts to develop. (Three thickened walls and one very thin wall.). ", "You cannot fall pregnant during your period. Cells are the smallest building blocks of organisms. Which of these statements do you think are true? Despite these and other variations in the morphology of flower parts, the reproductive process is, with minor diversities, remarkably uniform. A. Vegetative Reproduction: The formation of a new plant from the vegetative parts of parent plant is called vegetative reproduction. The penis also grows bigger. There are many myths about menstruation and sex which are told by people in our society. If there are different cultural and religious groups in the class, it might be an opportune time to discuss religious laws and views on menstruation and what girls in the class experience as part of this group. Each carpel consists of a stigma, style and ovary. An ovary can contain more than one ovule. How do you think this seed is dispersed? When these sex cells fuse the two halves from the male and the female organism make a new organism with the combined genetic material (DNA) from both. Pollination involves the pollen moving from the stamens to the stigma of the same or another flower. Which ones? Discuss with your class which of the comments were most widely believed to be true by the people you surveyed. There are different contraceptives available today. These flowers produce large amount of pollen as they cannot predict which way the wind will blow, so the more pollen the greater the chances that pollen will land on other flowers when carried in the wind. Why do you think these flowers are not colourful like the flowers in the last activity? Place some kitchen roll, toilet paper or tissue in your transparent jar. Answer the following questions to help you interpret this graph. Our sexual organs are adapted for these functions. An individual flower may be complete, in that a given floral receptacle produces sepals (often greenish and leaflike), petals (often white or coloured other than green), stamens, and a pistil (or pistils). A Gr. Therefore, the pollen cannot be sticky, otherwise it will not be blown off the flowers when the wind blows. What is the unit of measurement that height is recorded in? Explain what the link is between the loss of pollinators and crop failures. Why are the graph lines for boys and girls overlapping from 0 to 6 years old? The manner of ovular attachment is known as placentation. Using condoms significantly reduces the risk of contracting STDs. Wind: Wind dispersal requires very light, small seeds that can be carried on the wind. The marginal ray flowers are either female (pistillate) or sterile. A part of the stem where the flower attaches. Study the following diagram of a flower. In the third column, write a couple sentences describing how you think this seed is adapted for dispersal. Oral contraceptive pills are used by many women today. Bear in mind that some learners might already know a significant amount, either from talking to their parents or from their own explorations, and some learners might not know much at all. 7 classmates, you will probably notice that your friends, and you, have changed quite a bit since you started Gr. Fertilisation: when you put stuff into the garden to make it grow better. Filaments are stalk-like structures that support the anthers. Or else, they can prevent the fertilised egg from implanting in the uterus wall. The sperm reach the egg cell, and only one of them enters through the outer layer of the egg cell. If the woman has an infection with a high temperature, or is on antibiotics, this may also reduce the pill's effectiveness. The red line indicates the average change in height of girls as they grow older. How is this seed adapted for this kind of dispersal? Furthermore, pistils may be simple (composed of one ovule-bearing unit, megasporophyll, or carpel) or compound (composed of more than one carpel). Mangrove seeds start to germinate while still on the parent plant, then drop into the ocean and wait until the sea washes them onto a shore where they can continue germinating and growing. What do you think attracts insects to flowers? In angiosperms, male and female gametes are formed in male and female sex organs by the process of meiosis. A Gr. So why do plants have so many different kinds of seeds and fruit? Inaccurate - life starts for some at different points. Look at the following image of the seed. Afterwards, go through the questions with the class. vegetative propagation. The most common way to do this is to state the structure and then state why this structure helps the function. Which of these comments had the strongest reaction from the people you surveyed? Draw a personal timeline of your life so far. Sexual Reproduction in Gymnosperms. The water will not 'wash off' the sperm. Use the dissecting needle to carefully open up the ovary. It is 'feathery' so that it catches the wind and can travel. When the male reproductive organs are mature in an adult, they will look as they do in the following diagram: The female reproductive organs include the vagina, uterus, two fallopian tubes (oviducts) and two ovaries. What changes take place inside our bodies during puberty? How is it possible that we all go through puberty at different times and rates? (For further discussion of seed dormancy and of the form, function, and development of seeds and fruits, see seed and fruit.). Acorns are also hard so that they can last a long time in storage before getting the chance to germinate. Under the right conditions, these seeds will germinate and grow into a new plant. Specifically, we are going to look at how humans reproduce so that we can learn about our own bodies and how they function. Muscular, elastic tube that can expand to hold the erect penis; sperm swim from the penis in the vagina to the uterus; it also allows the blood-thick lining of the uterus to be expelled once a month during menstruation; during childbirth it is the birth canal through which the baby travels and leaves the mother's body. Sexual reproduction is the process of development of new organisms through the formation and fusion of gametes. Interactive website on the life cycle of plants http://ictmagic.sharedby.co/share/QRDkMq. In conifers such as pines, the green leafy part of the plant is the sporophyte, and the cones contain the male and female gametophytes (see the figure below). Ovules become seeds after fertilisation. Female stigma is feathery and branched and acts as a filter trapping the pollen that is blown through it. A timeline shows us a representation of how time passes and the events which take place. Reproductive shoots of the angiosperm sporophyte. At what age are boys and girls on average the same height again? These may involve substitution of asexual reproduction for sexual or the direct production of plants by cells other than the usual ones (apomixis). In the mosses, both haploid and diploid apospory have been experimentally evoked. Explosive force: In some plants their seed capsules mature and then 'explode', shooting the small, light seeds far away from the parent plant. Now let's learn how plants make seeds. This allows the wind to move and carry away the pollen easily. As with STDs, showering after sex will not prevent pregnancy nor the transmission of STDs. As with angiosperm plants, humans reproduce sexually. Cotyledons that emerge above the soil may wither and drop off as their food is used (e.g., bean), or they may persist and function as photosynthetic leaves (e.g., castor bean). You are 100% unique - there is no one like you on Earth! Let's take a look at some of these changes that take place during puberty. One such Greek myth is about a lady called Medusa. Condoms also help to prevent the spread of STDs. This transports the male sex cells to the ovules. This is called genetic modification. In certain ferns, gametophytes may develop at the leaf margins or in sori from transformed sporangia. Finally, there are flowers in which the ovary is enclosed by a tissue composed of the fused bases of the perianth and stamens (apple, pear, aster); the blossom seems to arise upon or above the ovary and is called epigynous (i.e., appearing to grow from the top of the ovary). Of the three cells of this gametophyte near the micropyle, one functions as an egg. Long straight peduncle, which is underwater and less rigid than the sunflower so it can sway in the water; there is an inner layer of white petals, and the outer layer are actually white sepals, and not petals. asexual reproduction in plants. And a baby does not 'pop out'. Add a little bit of water so that the paper towel is damp. A number of specialized relationships have evolved between floral organization and animal pollinators such as insects. Some tips for teaching human reproduction: If you look around at your Gr. Asexually reproducing plants thrive well in stable environments. Learners may point out some of the following adaptations: This seed is large, but it is very light as the 'wings' are very thin, so that it can travel on the wind to be dispersed. What are cells? Do you think plants that are pollinated by the wind or water need colourful, sweet-smelling flowers with nectar? The tiny hooks on seeds and burrs that stick to fur inspired the design of Velcro. Then remove the petals. Development that lead to the formation of male gametes (sperms): 1. Compound pistils are thought to have arisen as a result of crowding of simple pistils on the floral axis; for example, variation in the degree of fusion may be observed in members of the saxifrage family. Use your table of measurement to draw a graph of plant growth (height) over the 14 days of your investigation. Although you are not ready for the responsibility of having a baby and parenthood, your body starts to prepare itself for reproduction during puberty. 9 Life and Living. The pollen grains of most angiosperms separate from each other, but in some cases (e.g., Rhododendron), they remain attached in original groups of four, called tetrads. Let's discuss this some more. However, you are in control of your body and can make the decision when you are ready to become a parent and to fall pregnant. Smaller amounts of pollen produced because there is less wastage than in wind pollinated plants. This seed pod might respond to touch to cause the explosion. The perianth may be absent or present; it may be clearly differentiated as calyx and corolla (e.g., pea); or the perianth segments may be similar (magnolia, tulip tree). The Lifeline website for victims of sexual abuse can be found athttp://www.lifeline.co.za/need-support/rape/. In others, the female gametophyte is diploid through an impairment of the meiotic process; in this case, the egg (diploid parthenogenesis) or one of the related cells may form an embryo. Our sexual organs need to reach maturity. The stamens and stigma are long and sticking out the top of the flower so that they brush against the head of the bird when it is drinking nectar and the pollen then either sticks onto the bird's head or some from another flower is rubbed off onto this flower. For example, in wind pollinated plants, the stamens (male structures) often have much longer filaments and the anthers hang down and can move easily. There are two parts to the stamen: the anthers and the filaments on which the anthers rest. In the majority of angiosperms, one megasporocyte develops in the megasporangium (often called the nucellus) of the ovule, and a tetrad of megaspores is formed as a result of meiosis. organisms that reproduce sexually are angiosperms, dogs, and humans. Since asexual reproduction does not create new genetic pools in the offspring and consequently hampers their adaptability to external conditions, these groups have resorted to reproduction by the sexual method. One part of Velcro tape hooks into the other part of the Velcro tape just like seeds hook into fur. Based on your family history and the height of other members of your family, predict whether you will 'follow the curve' or whether you will be shorter or taller than the average person your age? Can become erect (stiff and hard) to be placed into the vagina; ejaculates sperm in a liquid called semen; urine is also passed via the urethra. The seed is very light so that it can blow in the wind. Why do you think seeds need to be dispersed? Or else, they could say that they do not think air pollution will get to the level where it affects the flight of pollinators, or there could be other pollinators that might not be affected, etc. A placenta forms to supply food and oxygen to the developing baby and to remove waste. Other types of indeterminate inflorescences include umbels and capitula, or heads. So far they report that the colony is doing well and have added 127 new worker bees this week. Let them do an Internet search to find the scientific names or have gardening books available in class for them to search in. This is because the seeds need to be spread to other areas to grow into a new plant. What can you use to identify a growth spurt in the graph? Pollination in angiosperms is the transfer of the pollen grains from the anther of a stamen to the stigma of a pistil. Diagram of a typical flowering plant (angiosperm). Produces female sex hormones and stores, matures and releases ripe egg cells. The number of stamens and pistils may be large and separately attached to the receptacle in a spiral pattern (buttercup), or the numbers may be reduced and the attachment cyclic or whorled (lily). _______ One sperm enters the outer cover of the egg to fertilise it. The entire region has been severely affected by the sudden death of large swarms of bees and butterflies in the past 5 years. Are you starting to see what concept maps do? A growth spurt is when children grow quite rapidly over the years, faster than over other years. Do you want to engage in sex or do you want to wait until you are older? The stamens are long and have feathery ends which brush against the bat as it sticks its head into the flower. No nectar - do not need to attract insects. What is the message that is brought across by the title and article? Does it have something to do with the way seeds are spread to new areas? However teachers should be very careful to not degrade or embarrass girls that act in accordance to the religious beliefs of their families but should instead create an open and caring space where learners can discuss this. Write a letter to yourself in which you explain what you want to do with regards to sexual activity. (Which type of animal is most common?). The stamens may be fused by their anthers (daisy) or their filaments (peas, beans). Flowers are the. Flowers may occur singly at the ends of stems (e.g., tulip, poppy, rose), or they may be grouped in various clusters, or inflorescences (gladiolus, sunflower, delphinium, and yarrow). Both the gametes fuse together to form a diploid zygote â¦ Archaea, Bacteria, Fungi and Protists reproduce asexually. But in the long term (over several generations), lack of sexual reproduction compromises their ability to adapt to the envirâ¦ She had hair made of real snakes and could turn anyone into stone if they looked directly at her. The seeds are adapted by being able to float (they are buoyant) so that they can travel down the river to a new place. ", "Exercise is bad for you when you menstruate. 1992). What adaptations does the seed or plant have for dispersal? A number of variations in pattern of development of the female gametophyte occur in various angiosperms; for example, in certain species of evening primrose (Oenothera), the female gametophyte contains only 4 nuclei, whereas in Peperomia, as many as 16 may be present. (noun) when something does not work, and in this case, it specifically refers to crops which have produced a small amount or not produced at all, (adjective) the species has ended or died out, there are no more left, (verb) to keep something alive or make it last, (adjective) far away, out-of-the-way, away from human habitation, (noun) something that has variety and differences. Vegetables are produced by other parts of the plant, like the roots, stems, and leaves, such as carrots and cabbage. Which line is on top? Be faithful: If you or your partner has sex with someone else you risk infecting the other person with the STD. what they already might know, you are also encouraging them to start talking about it in class and not to be embarrassed or make jokes or tease each other. Add a little sprinkling of water every day to keep the paper towel damp. [2 marks]. Such apogamy occurs, for example, after stimulation of one species with the pollen of a related one (e.g., Solanum nigrum by the pollen of S. luteum). Therefore, the flowers are not fertilised and can then not produce seeds. Some animals can only see certain colour ranges. They rely on the wind. After the pollen has landed on the stigma, the pollen grows long tubes called pollen tubes down through the style from the stigma to the ovules in the ovary. Note: Point out to learners that the axes of graphs must always have labels and if there is a unit of measurement, this must always be included in brackets after the heading. Flowers come in so many different colours, shapes and sizes. Why do you think this? In determinate inflorescences the first formed flower at the tip of the dominant stem matures first, and younger flowers develop on lower lateral branches; the cyme of the forget-me-not (Myosotis) is a typical example. There is a lot of awareness now of HIV/AIDS and STDs, but what exactly can we learn in Natural Sciences to help us lead a safe and healthy lifestyle for the rest of our lives? In this chapter, we will now focus on how angiosperms (plants) and humans (animals) reproduce. ", "Don't ever swim when you are having a period! Development of anther (microsporangium) 2. But the flower is still big enough with the nectar at the bottom so that the bat has to stick its whole head in and therefore brush against the pollen. If this is happening to you, go and speak to someone you trust and ask them to help you solve the problem. Label the ovary and ovule on the above diagram. Take some notes on the following lines. The graph line for boys is on top. Teachers should also be aware and sensitive about possible victims of sexual abuse. (No, height should remain stable), What do they think they trend will look like between 65 and 85 (Older individuals often lose a bit of height in old age as their vertebra compress (or curve)). Generalised structure of flowers to compare wind and insect pollinated. Hint: Think of the chances of a flower being pollinated by an animal which visits it to drink nectar, compared to the chances of being pollinated by pollen that is carried in the wind. The dependent variable is the variable that changes according to the independent variable. The fertilised egg then moves to the uterus, is embedded in the lining of the uterus and grows for approximately 9 months before the baby is born. This is quite a complicated timeline. Roots such as corms, stem tubers, rhizomes, and stolon undergo vegetative reproduction. Animals: Animals may eat the fruit from the plant or the fallen fruit, and carry the seeds in their digestive systems. Vegetative parts of the plant like stem, root or leaves are involved in this type of reproduction. 1. microspores 1.1. which develop in the microsporangium and 1.2. which will germinate and develop into the male gametophyte generationand 2. megaspores 2.1. which develop in the megasporangium and 2.2. which will develop into the female gametophyte generation. From here it moves to the uterus. Your first day at school, playing a team sport, on stage as a performer, etc. This makes sure the seeds are ready to be dispersed. It may be feathery and branched or elongated, as in such wind-pollinated flowers as those of the grasses, or it may be compact and have a sticky surface. 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