Essential Question: What are the parts of a flower and what are their functions? At a Glance: Learners observe and dissect a flower to discover its anatomy.
flower types to dissect include lilies, tulips, daffodils, alstroemarias, and gladiolus. Avoid daisies, asters, calla lilies, roses, and iris, since their floral structure is.
Overview: Students will learn about the role of flowers in plant reproduction Objective: Students will be able to dissect and illustrate the structure of a flower.
Flowers are the reproductive parts of many plants. It may surprise you to know that flowers have female and male parts. The female part of the plant is called.
follow the rules for scientific diagrams. MATERIALS: slide and cover slip razor blade dissecting needle (one per table) microscope (one per pair) one fresh flower.
While dissecting the flower, students will observe structure of the flower using the stereo microscope and place all flower parts onto an index card and label each.
Lesson One. Rose Flower Anatomy Identify function of each floral part. • Identify flower parts on a rose flower Dissect the parts discussed in the lesson. 3.