I never new that pedals were for attracting insects. I wonder if by the end of this unit if I will be able to name all of the flower parts. Also I never new that the ovary looked liked that up close.
it was really cool how the ovary had that many seeds i would never imagine how many seed where in there. I never that the anther carried pollen sacks till today. I wonder if it is hard for the butterflies to get the nectar from the flower or did they adapt?
I learned that the pedals had protection in them for when the plant is growing. I also learned that the insects attract to the parts on a pedal. I finally I knew that flowers have many parts but right now I am still learning some of them.
I never knew that petals were what attracted bugs to flowers.Ialways thought they found them by smell!
I learned that the pollen sticks to the outside of the Anther and is transferred to another flower. the ovary sort of looks like are teeth on one of those exarase.
I also never new that the ovary becomes the fruit
I never knew about the nectary and that it contains all the nectar.
I did not know that petals were responsible for attracting insects to flowers.Another thing I did not know was that the Anther contains the Pollen Sacs of a flower. Lastly I learned today that the Ovary becomes the fruit,and after the ovary becomes the fruit, the Ovule becomes the seed of the fruit.
Tabish i agree with you, i never knew that the ovary becomes the fruit and the ovule becomes the seed of the fruit.I mean its really interesting how the fruit grows from inside the plant.
I agree. It was cool. I was also wondering why bees are attracted to flowers when they are color blind!
I never knew that an Ovary turned into a fruit and the Ovule turned into seeds of the fruit! I never knew that a flower could have so many different part and which part did what. For instance I didn't know what a Nectary is. I was interested how the Anther transfers pollen and how the Stigma collects it. I wonder what exactly the pollen does to fertilize the flower.I learned a lot from this video today!
I really liked this video . I had no idea the flower had so many parts or that it is responsible for so much!
I did not know that the ovule was the part of the flower with the seeds. I thought that it was the ovary that had the seeds, but that is just the coat around the ovule. I also thought that the style was the tube connecting the ovary and the stigma, but the tube connecting it is called the pollen tube. This video is very educational. Now I understand the parts of a flower better.
I found this video very fascinating. I had not known that the ovule becomes the seed and that the ovary becomes the fruit. But what about tulips and other plants? Do they have a ovary. If so what will they become? if not what protects the ovule? I'm a little confused on the stigma but I'm working on it. Can there be more then one ovule. For an example the Wisconsin fast plants, they have many seeds so many ovules right? Any way the video was very interesting and educational! Also fruits like Avocado they have a huge seed so huge ovule which leads to huge pollen tube which leads to huge flower. I would love to learn more. THANK YOU!
The fact that the ovary becomes the fruit was very interesting. I also learned that there were male and female reproductive systems.
I learned a lot about flowers in the video. I never knew pedals attracted insects.If I see a garden I will try to identify the parts of a flower.
I never knew that the peadles of the flower can attract animals!
This was a awesome video! I never knew that the ovule would become the seeds of the flower and the ovary would be the fruit. Also, I didn't know that the nectary contains nectar of the plant. Finally, I learned that petals attracted insects to the flower.
After watching the video, I found out some interesting facts about the parts of a flower. Apart from what Mrs. Pittorino taught us, after watching this video I learnt that there are some more parts in a flower. The Receptacle, Stalk, Ovule, and Nectary are the parts that I learnt after watching the video. A flower is not only beautiful to see, but also has a lot of parts and functions which are needed for the plant development.
I learned a lot about flowers in the video. One is that I did not know that the petals are the most attracted part of the flowers. A second one is that flowers attacked some animals. A last thing I learned from the video is that the ovary becomes a fruit. And I can't wait till we learn more about the parts of a flower!!!!!!
I agree with you that it's interesting that the ovary becomes a fruit.
Wow! That was so cool how they were able to dissect the flower, and show us what the ovule, and pollen tube, and stigma looked like from the inside. On our Wisconsin Fast Plant, the ovary was probably that long green stalk coming out of the flower, I think the top yellow part that was originally on the stalk was the stigma. But why would the stigma disappear? I'm also wondering how they were able to dissect the flower without damaging anything, because flowers are so delicate. I also wonder why they didn't mention that the stamen is the male part of the flower, and the pistil is the female part of the flower.
I agree with u Esther I was wondering how any bee dissect a flower without damaging it:)
I never knew that the petal part of the flower is the most attractive part of the flower. It's really interesting that the the petals attract insects to the flowers. I wonder how the sepals protect the the flower when it's developing. I wonder how the stigma was formed in the innermost part of the flower.
wow,I never knew petals were the main source of attraction.I always use to think petals as the "net" for catching water.When i was younger
i used to think of flowers as three parts,the stem,the leaves and the flower.But after watching the video i have a new perspective of flowers.I ponder how the plant gets its eggs ?
I never knew that there were so many different flowers! I also never knew that there are so many different parts to a flower. I only thought that there was a stem, buds, flower, and leaves! I never knew that there were 12 different parts!
I thought that this video was very interesting. I did not know that the petals attracted the insects. I think that the diagrams of the parts of the flower where helpful for me to really understand where they are on or in the flower. I found it interesting that inside the petal the anther collects pollen sacks and when the pollen is released it sticks to the outside of the flower and then goes to the female reproductive parts of a flower, to the stigma. I also did not know that the ovary soon becomes a fruit, or that the ovule becomes a seed.
I never knew that there were so many parts to a flower until now. I had no idea that the ovary would become a fruit either. And I did also learn that the petals of the flower would attract insects.
I think it's cool that the ovary, which carries the seeds, becomes the fruit. I also never knew that the petals actually protect the reproductive parts of a flower.
I never knew about the nectar in the nectarys. that was very interesting
I found interesting that the petals are responsible for attracting insects to the flower. I learned that the anther contains the pollen sacs of a flower. Another thing I learned is that when the pollen is released, it sticks to the outside of the flower. Another fact I found interesting is that the sepals protect the flower when its developing.
I was interested by how plants petals attract insects and how their is so many parts to a plant.
it was cool to see parts of the flower close up and i also learned how the pedals are the part animals are attracted to.
I thought that that animals got attracted by the flower by smell not the petals
I agree because bees are color blind.
I never knew that flowers attracted insects by there petals. All of the parts of a flower are very tiny to fit in or around the flower.I can't wait to learn more. I am wondering if one of the parts of a flower were to not work properly what would happen? Would the plant die?
i didn't know that the different parts of the plant were responsible for so many different things!I also found interesting that there are 12 parts of a plant! I learned that the ovary has seeds inside of it!
One thing I learned, was that the ovary becomes fruit. This was a fact I did not know. I find it very interesting that, there are male and female systems on a flower. The fact that the flower has so many parts amazes me. This was a very fun video. All the pictures really helped me to visualize what every thing looked like.
I am surprised that the ovary turns into a fruit. if plants did not have a recepticle they would probably not exist!!!!!!!!! and plants produce oxygen and we breath oxygen so we would all die!!!!!!!!
I was wondering if different insects are attracted to different colored pedals. The part that made me wonder that was when they said how pedals are different colors. I don't know why the plants have different colored peals on their flowers.😜😜😔😳😥😰😱👿👳👮💂😐😷👹👽👺💀💤🏃👪.
The video was very interesting. I did not know there were 12 parts to a plant. I also learned there is an ovule and a pollen tube. Lastly I learned that the part where the nectar is stored is called the Nactary
I never knew that the nectary held nectar. I already knew that the petals attract bees. I wonder what it would be like if I was a flower. ~Rachel
This video is really interesting.I liked how in the video they used visible pictures so i saw up close what the ovary really looks like and a lot more.And i didn't know that that the ovary becomes the fruit.And i didn't know that there was a part of the flower that contained nectar.And i didn't know that the base of the flower consists of the receptacle and the stalk.So there was a lot of stuff that i didn't know before i saw this video.And that's why i like it because it gives me new information that i didn't know about.
I learned that nectar is stored in a nectar tube. I never knew that nectar was the sugary portion at the end. I wonder how many pieces there are to a plant.
I did not know before that the there is an ovule and a pollen tube. I also didn't know that there were 12 parts to a plant. Lastly, I didn't know that the nectary stored nectar.
I learned that the petals attract the bees. Also I liked that I could see close up what the ovary close up so now I understand what it really looks like! I thought it was interesting that there were 12 parts of a plant. Before I watched this I didn't know that the ovary became a fruit and I never knew how much work a flower did for its plant. I found this video very helpful- Abby
I learned that the petals are the most attractive part of a flower. I did not know some petals had scented or marked petal. I think its cool how the ovary becomes fruit.
I do not know flowers had so many important parts. I like the video. Flowers are more parts than the rest of the plant. I knew that bees are attracted to flower petals but I was wondering if that's how it made it easier for finding their nectar. This is very helpful thank you.
The video was very descriptive. At first I really only thought that flowers were supposed to make the plant look pretty. But no. Flowers are very important. The flowers actually reproduces the seeds for the plant. I found this video very interesting.
I found it interesting that the petals attract bees. I learned that there are 12 parts of a plant. I already new that bees got nectar from flowers, but I learned that they also spread pollen to other parts of the flower.
The video was pretty good. It was interesting and contained some more info about flowers. I thought it was cool that the ovule becomes the seed and the ovary becomes the fruit. Also, I used to think that, yes, flower petals are pretty, but they didn't have any real purpose besides standing there looking pretty. :) But, no, I was wrong.
I knew some of the parts of a flower but now I know, and I learned a lot of new word and when I get home I am going to research more a bout the key word I saw in the video.
I never knew that flowers have so many parts.And each part is having an important role to play.The filament in the flower reminds me of the filament in the light bulb.I never knew that the ovary would become a fruit .
I love this video because I want to know more about parts of a flower. I kind of know some parts of a flower but after I watch this video I know more parts of a flowers. I also know that flowers can make bees want to go to the flower and do its thing, because bees can smell the flowers 's smell. I learn more in the video when I am watching it.
I thought that this passage/video was interesting, one of the reasons were when I found out what the nectary is. Also I have a question about the pollen sacks and the anther. The question is does the anther contain the pollen sacks, or is it the other way around? Another thing I noticed was that there wasn't any black flowers in the video. I think I know why. I think it's because then the bees wouldn't find it attractive and the bees wouldn't pollinate it.
I never knew that the stigma was covered with sticky stuff to collect the pollen. I also didn't know that the ovary becomes the fruit and that the ovule becomes the seed of the fruit. Like everyone else is saying, I didn't know that the pedals are supposed to attract bees.
I thought that the most interesting part of the video was that the overy is just a coating, for the ovule wich contains the eggs. I am still wondering how the polen gets into the pistol? Do they conect aat some point at all?
I agree with you Meabh. It was surprising to me as well that the ovary was just a coating! Also, I think that the bee rubs against the pollen then rubs against the pistil, I believe that is how it transfers.
I am also surprised that the ovary was just a coating.
This video was very amazing and had important facts about flowers. Something interesting that I learned was that the stigma had something sticky on it, so that the pollen can get stuck to it. I also learned that the ovule becomes a seed of the fruit and the ovary becomes the fruit. I never knew that the flowers had that many important parts to it.
I never really could see what the anther was up close now i can.The stigma looks very interesting up close.I found most interesting was the ovary is a fruit.
I think is is neat that the petals are the reason why bees even COME to pollanate the flower!Is it that that bees only see bright colors?I think bees can't see red, but they can see black. I thought it was neat where the seeds are in a rose!The stigma is very intresting,how it looks AND works.If I was tiny, I would get every chance to see the parts of a flower.
I never knew that the sepals were important but they are because they protect the flower while its developing. I also never knew the name of the part of the flower that holds the nectar its called the nectary. I found this video interesting and i hope to learn more about flowers in class.
1] I learned the flower is important because it is reproducing seeds.
2] I learned the flower does have the stamen, the stamen consists of the Anther and the Filament and it is the boy of the flower.
3] I learn the flower does have petals , the petals of flowers can be of different sizes, colors and shapes.
4] something interesting I learn is the petals responsible for attracting insects to flowers in addition to colors, sizes and shapes of petals.
5] I learn the flower does have the pistil, the pistil consisted of the stigma, style, pollen tube, ovary and ovule and it is the girl of the flower.
6] I learn the part of a flower contains the sugar solution is nectary .
I didn't know that the sepals are leaf like structures that protects the flower when it is developing. I also didn't know that the pistil has five parts. They are the stigma, style, pollen, tube, ovary, and ovule. An interesting fact I learned was that nectar in the flower is used to attract insects and is a sugary substance. Another interesting fact is that the receptacle is where the flower is attached to the stalk.
I learned that the flower was a important part of the plant.I learned that there were lots of parts.I learned that petals were used to attract bees and other insects. I also learned that in one flower there is both a male and a female part.There is still lots more I learned and to learn.
i learneed that flowers have a stamen, filament, ovary, ovule, stigma, petal, anthers
I found it interesting that it all depends on the pedals to get pollinated and attract bees and butterflys! Also that the sepals protect the flower when it is blooming! Lastly I was wondering how does the pollen go into the pistol?
I learned a lot in this video. One was thing I learned is that the petals are the most attracting part of the flower. I am also wondering how do bees get attracted to the petals if they are color blind.
I didn't know that the petals attracted the bees. How does the pollen
Go into the pistil. I thought that it was cool how there are 12 parts of
A plant. I didn't know that the sepals protect the flower when it is
Blooming. I also learned that the petals are the most attracting part
Of a flower. As you can see I learned a lot from this video.
Wow, I never knew there was something called marked petals. I would have never realized that the ovary could become a seed of a fruit. I also didn't know that the flowers were so responsible for reproducing plants.
I knew that flowers attract different kinds of animals in the video I learned that there are male and female parts of a flower and many parts.
I did not know that the ovary looked like that up close.
I think that it is very fascinating that the ovary becomes a fruit and that the ovule becomes the seed in the fruit. I never knew that the petals are responsible for attracting bees. Something I liked about the video was that it showed all the parts of the flower up close. I never knew that there is so many parts to a flower. I really like this video!
I never knew that the Ovary becomes a fruit. very interesting.i also found interesting that there are both a a male and female body part.
What I learned today is that the stigma is covered with a sticky substance that helps the pollen grains stick to it. On the other hand, the video sorts out different flowers that are beautiful and it shows and tells the parts of a flower in a very descriptive way. It's funny that I figured out only 1 year ago that bright colors on flowers attract insects like bees, butterfly's, and hummingbirds. I never knew this many interesting facts about flowers. My interest in
I learned that the nectory holds the necter. I also learned that the overy portects the ovale. I though it was cool how inscets come to the flowers because of there bright colers. What happends if the pedles are brown how will they get necter or will they die quicky?
I learned a lot in this video. I thought that it was cool that I learned mor e about the pistil, like the ones on the fast plants. I am still wondering why do plants need protection, what do they need protection against. I found most interesting the ovary. This video was very educational. I never knew that a flower had 12 parts!
I found interesting that the ovary becomes the fruit.
I thought it was cool that the Ovary turns into a fruit from a small bud. I also thought it was interesting that the nectary also attracts bugs as well as the peatals
i noticed that a lot of the parts are used mostly to protect the reproductive parts of the flower. another thing is that the noticed is that the nectery holds the sweet substance of the flower. finally i learned and was fascinated by is that all the main parts of a plant are in the pistil.
I never knew the ovary tunes into fruit. I wonder how the nectary tastes like.
I didn't know that the ovary becomes the fruit after it is fertilized. I thought it was interesting that the anther carries the pollen sacks.And I thought that the brightly colored petals attract the bees to pollinate the flower was cool.
i thought it was cool how the ovary becomes a fruit after fertilized.i was also interested in how different petals have different marks. it was cool how the pollen tube carries the pollen to the ovary. the video was very descriptive and cool how you could see inside a flower and what it looks like.
It is interesting that the bright colors of a flower attract bees to pollinate the flower. I have heard of really big flowers which have huge petals.
There was a part that I did not know of. Even though I had a lesson on the whole flower! The thing I did not know that was part of the flower are the ovule. I probably forgot it in the lesson, but I am pretty sure that there wasn't one!
I had no idea that the outside of a bud turns into the sepals. Also they protect the flower. I thought that it was cool that the ovule turns into the seed inside the fruit. this video was so interesting.
I thought this video was cool. I liked how it presented the information with pictures. I learned some things, too. For instance, I learned that the stigma has a sticky substance on it to help grains of pollen stick to it. I found it interesting that the sepals help protect the flower even though they are so small. I also learned that the ovary of a flower, becomes the fruit. I never knew there was so much to learn about a flower!
I didn't know that the color and shape of the flowers attracted bees. I always thought it was the pollen they were attracted to. I also thought it was cool that the ovary turned into a fruit after it fertilized. I also didn't know there was a male and female part of a flower until I watched this video!
I learned that there something called a pollen sac. I didn't know that the flower held the eggs. When we opened the seed pod in class it wasn't like that the seeds where up and down they weren't on the bottom of the pistol on the sides. And I'm sorry about being late truley am
how are the bees attracted to the color this video is cool
i leard the parts of the flower
now we are learning abot soil
I thought take a walk in the forest was interesting because I didnt know that trees use kinds of soil to grow. I didnt know that back then now I came to know that trees use soil to grow. I also thought it was interesting when trees need phorosus,nitrogen and potassium to help fight off diseases. I didnt know that trees could fight off diseases. I am wondering if different plants need different soil.I am hoping to learn more about the soil unit.The soil unit is getting more and more interesting when you learn about it.
I liked dirt detectives. The ph was new for me though, but I learned that it is the amount of nutrients in the soil. Also that it helps petioligists, learn what kind of plants can grow in that area.