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The Importance of Pre-natal
Care
Form 3 Unit 4 B

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Do and don’t
Do Don’t

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Role:
formation of
bone and
teeth

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Removs the eggs
The embryos are
transferred to
Fertilisation and the uterus
Embro culture

In-Vitro fertilisation (IVF) explained

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Methods of birth control

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Method of Contraception

Condom

Vasectomy

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4.8 The sexual reproductive system of flowering plants

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The cross section view of flower

Petal

Ovary
Anther
Ovule
Pollen
grains

Filament

receptacle

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Bisexual flower

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Male and female flowers

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Ovary and ovule ( Female organ)

Ovary

Ovules
Longitudinal section of
ovary shows multiple
layers of ovules

Arrangement of ovules as seen in cross


section of ovary
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Stamen ( male organ)

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Pollen grains

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Self pollination
and
cross- pollination

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Pollination agent

Animals Wind
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After germination
Germinating pollen grain (male gametophyte)

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Fertilisation in plants
The male gamete in the pollen tube fuses with the female gamete
(egg) to form a zygote. This process is called fertilisation.

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Fertilisation

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Formation of fruits and seeds

Fruits of the sweet pea

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Fruits of the cucumber
Seeds and fruits

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4.11 The concept of germination of seeds
Epigeal germination

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Hypogeal germination

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Tissue culture

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How to clone plant ?

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