Investigating parts of a flower
Posted on May 11, 2015 | By cbutlerwoolsery | 1 response
Ashmansworthy Class have been learning about the life cycle of a flowering plant. To help us understand how each bit of a flower helps with reproduction to produce seeds, we dissected a lily into all its separate parts. We then stuck each part into our science books and labelled them. The pollen (male sex cells) was very orange and stained everything it touched, and the eggs (female sex cells) were tiny and could only be seen clearly through a magnifying glass.