What new information did you learn?
The pistil has 5 parts. There were so many more parts that we didn't go over in class.
I know right
I learned ALOT Mrs. Pittorino :)
yeah me too!
I found it fun and interesting
I didn't know that the pistil also had a pollen tube and a ovule.
I learned that the anther had really big pollen sacks attached to it.
I knew that a flower had pollen, but I didn't know that it had pollen sacs.
I learned a lot about the parts of a flower
i learned the parts of a flower and how they are used in day to day life
I learned abot lots of things more abouth the nectary
i know right
It's cool how the pollen tube transfers pollen
There are many parts to a flower that I never knew.
yeah I know right
I learned more about the parts of a flower.
I wonder why?????
The petals are responsible for attracting bees to the flower.
there were some parts that we didn't go over, like the nectary
Some flowers have centered or marked petals that have the job to attract bees.
Wow! We learned even more in this video than we did in class!
I never knew that the style had such a big job!
I learned more about a flower than I did in class today .
I didnt know that the petals had such a big job
There is some information about the stalk that I didn't know.
I didn't know there was a nectary or some of the other parts.
IKR. This video had so much info packed into a 5 minute clip.
I learned many new parts of the flower and what they're jobs were! ;)
I learned two-times as much vocabulary about the flower when I watched this video.
and it was pretty slow so you got all the info
I learned so much more than I did in class today.
Same here that gave a lot of info
Wow! 12 parts of a flower! That was more information than what we learned in class today!
I know write! That video sure teaches a lot.
I learned that there five other parts of the that we didn't learn about today. Like (nectary).
you copied mike's nectory
I know a lot more about flowers then I did before.
there are so many parts of a flower!
More parts of a flower you didn`t teach us yet
how come every bod is saying that
because it is true!
I didn't know that pollen sacs release and sticks to the outside part of the anther and go onto the other plant
I think this video is slower and more compact then the last lesson
I think that it was pretty cool how it showed the flower opening and closing plus how slow it was
I never knew that a petal has such an important part! It is so important that without the petals the flower would not survive!!
plus it brings the beauty to the world
I know right
I like how it goes all up close to show everything
and it is slow
This video was so cool! All the parts of a flower are important!!
I never new there was a receptacle
why is everyone saying that we didn't learn about the nectory
i learned that the petals are more than pretty and that they have a big job! i also learned that the color of the petals depend on what kind of flower it is and that it doesn't just attract bees, they attract different kinds of insects!
Tami I totally agree the petals do have a big job. And that the flowers don't attract bees but, flies and other insects too!
I learned more than I did in class! I did not know about the pollen sacs.
I never knew there was a nectory!!!!!!!!(:
again why does everyone say that we didn't learn about the nectory?
Did you know that a petal is the most attractive part of a flower. Also sepals protect the flowers when budding. And nectar is the surgery substance of the flower. Also the pollen tube(which is new to me)is used to transfer the pollen from the stigma to the ovary.(If I took my notes correctly, I think this is correct?)
Wow! there is a lot more parts to a flower then I knew of! throughout the video I also learned what they do! :)
I know a lot more about flowers now thanks😃😃😃😃😃😃
There are a lot more parts to a flower then what we learned in class
why are we all saying that?
I didnt know that the stigma has stickey stuff on it
I no right
I think that at least half of the comments are that we didn't go over all of it in class
What kind of accent was/is that anyways?! :)
I know!!! what was that!! after i actually watched it, i rewinded and just listened to the voice
I didn't know a thing called a nectary existed. This video helped me a lot.
I learned that some flowers have centered or marked petals
like the accent that the narrator has.there is a lot more than we learned in class and i didn't know the sigma has sticky stuff on it
I am really surprised that the pistil has so many parts! We only learned about the stigma, style, and ovary. Will we need to know ALL of this info for the next quiz?
BTW who is gonna sing the plant song for extra points?!? I am!!!
I am too I bet I'll fail but who cares
And I think we will NOT at least I hope not
I care. :(
I'm not!! :(
i dont think i could ever remember that whole thing...even if i wanted to
There are about 5 parts of a flower I didn't know about it was really slow too so you got a lot of info. I think the video helps to learn about a flower.the voice is kind of weird so I couldn't resist watching it
I did not know there was a pollen tube and an ovary
the narrator also has a weird accent
I know it's like she's from some foreign place
I mean ovule
I didn't know there were 5 parts of the pistil.
Ii didn`t know the ovary protects the ovule.
I'm at Extended day, and in the library and THE VIDEO IS BLOCKED! I REPEAT THE VIDEO IS BLOCKED! I'll try again later. So, this video helped??
Yes it did!
I learn more puts of a plant then I ever think I would has if I didn't
She said flower 36 TIMES!!!!!
You kept track?
I didn't know the pistil had 5 parts! I enjoyed learning about the parts of the flower. I never realized there was different parts to a flower.
Nice video but I don't think we went over the nectary yet
(ps love the cute acent😃)
Never knew pistil had 5 parts
The video was great, I learned so many new facts!! I never knew that the pistil had so many parts.
I wonder where the pictures from the were taken.
They were really pretty
i think that to they are very petty.
I learned a lot more than we did in class.
I learned that the anther holds the pollen sacs. I don't know if we learned that in class today or not.
P.S. Is sepals really said like sepals or sea pals? The accent is SUPER funny.
P.P.S Please (anyone) answer!
SHE TALKS SO WEIRDLY!
It was good I learned lots more than in class
I learn so many thing that I didn't even know about a plant it so cool all of the info in 5 minute is so helpful!!!
P.S. I am NOT going to sing sorry!!!
I learned that the nectary holds the nectar. I didn't know what held the sugar or what it was called. Thanks for this as the best homework ever! I am not being sarcastic. Thank you.
The pistil have five parts? I never learned this in class
I agree this is a great homework assignment NO JOKE!!!!!!😋
I thought the video was helpful because it clearly showed the parts of an actual flower. I didn't know there were sooo many parts of a flower. I didn't know about the nectary and the receptacle.
I thought that the video was really good at explaining the parts of a flower. Plus, what kind of freaky accent was that?
the looks of a flower draw attention to insects
I thought the vid was WAY helpful! (BTW she had an Indian accent, no offense anyone). The new thing I probably learned was that there was an ovule. :)
And i'm not singin' that song cuz it's really hard to remember!
I didn't know that flowers were so complicated
it has a really weird voice! there were a lot of things we didn't learn in school!
P.S. i WON'T sing the science song.............but i'll sing the real song locked out of heaven!!!!!!!!
i didnt know abt the ovule!
I 💝 all these comments! So funny! Btw I'm not gonna sing because I'm a horrible singer and I probably can't remember it! Sorry! 😜
And that accent kind of freaked me out! 😉
I never knew a flower could be so complicated - I thought it was just a pretty thing that people put in their yards so that their neighbors didn't focus on all the un-raked leaves!
I really enjoyed the video mrs.pittorino and I really leaned about flower
I never new that the pollen sacs were located in the anther . Did anyone else notice the weird accent of the person?
Wait is the pollen tube like an elevator?
I couldn't hear her.
WOW!!!That was very interesting .I've learned so much from that.
cool i didn't know that there were markings on pedals
This video is great it really tells a lot about the parts of the parts male and female. I didn`t know there was 5 parts of the pistil
I learned a lot from this video that we didn't learn in class. I didn't know that the pedals are the most atrctive part of the flower to insects.
I never knew what a receptacle was.
I think the pictures were nice and the video was really interesting.
I know right!!!:)
Petals are responsible for attracting insects.
I learned too much
I learned a lot about flowers
i never knew what a receptacle was till i watched this video
oops i mean i never knew what a receptacle was until I watched the video
There was a few things in there we didn't talk about
Snails live in flowers? Cool!
i know right:)
I didn't know that there was 12 parts of a flower!
this video is very helpful I learned a lot!!!!!!!! ( but her voice is kinda weird)
i did not know that there was a tube inside the pistol:0
P.S the person talks extremely weird:[)
I thought the video was really good about telling the parts of the flower. The voice was pretty freaky.
I kinda learned that all flowers have centered or marked parts.
I learned all the parts of the flower.The pistil is the female reproduction part and the stamen is the male reproduction part.
Wow... I learned more in this video than in class today,
5 parts of a pistil?!?!?!?!
Im gonna have nightmares...
she has a british accesent i cracked up.... good video
•12 parts of a flower cool
•love the accent
Petal, stamens, anther, filament, pistil, stigma, style, ovary, ovule, sepals, peduncle, nectary!😉
5 parts of a pistil wow!!!!!!????
I really don't know what I would do without plants!
there was a lot of good diagrams of the flower also I did not know different species of plants cant pollinate each other
I didnt know that petals made the nectar, i thought it was something else.
the anther from the filaments need to get to the pistil
I found interesting that the flower has 12 parts.
I never that the anther contained the pollen sacs
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