Students will be able to
- identify the reproductive parts of a flower from simple diagrams and descriptions, including the carpel, stamen, stigma, style, ovule, and pollen,
- interpret diagrams of floral whorls (calyx, corolla, androecium, and gynoecium) and the structures contained within them,
- know that flowers reproduce by pollination,
- identify the sex of a flower from provided diagrams,
- recognize key structures from provided diagrams (e.g., fused and separate sepals or petals).