yes, to separate reproduction
Yes they do
All plants that set seed have had flowers therefore corn has a flower however insignificant.
Corn is a plant.
no there legumes of plants
you get many kinds of food from a producing plant like corn,carrots,all sorts of foods.
Corn bearing unisexual flowers pollinate by wind. The male flowers are produced at the top of the plant and the female flowers in leaf axil, somewhere at midlength of the plant. Male flowers of the plant mature first followed by female flowers. Thus cross pollination is ensured.
the dry stems of corn plants
Flowers can be male, female or both. If the flowers have male and female structures they are said to be perfect. Imperfect flowers have either male or female reproductive structures. If a plant has male and female flowers on one plant it is said to be monoecious (which means "one house"). Squash and corn plants are monoecious. If the male and female flowers are on separate plants, they are said to be dioecious (which means "two houses"). Hollies, kiwi and ginko plants are dioecious.
Corn plants are pollinated by the wind.
Corn is monoecious, as each plant contains both male and female flowers.
The answer is yes. I have 2 pea plants & 1 corn plant, and It seems that the peas win today's battle!
Corn plants store energy (glucose) in their thick stems.
Maize plants, Zea mays
corn beans squash
Imperfect flowers grow on one of two types of plants. Monoecious plants have both male and female blooms on one plant. Two examples of monoecious plants are the corn plant and the pecan tree. The second type of plant on which imperfect flowers grow is the dioecious. This type of plant is either male or female; different sexes of dioecious must therefore be planted close to each other in order to reproduce. Some examples of dioecious plants are the holly bush and pistachio tree.
Yes, Ipomea has bisexual flowers meaning that each flower contains both male and female reproductive parts. Not all flowers are bisexual. Some plants are monoecious and have separate male and female flowers. Corn, oaks and squash are examples of monoecious plants. Some plants are dioecious where each plant will have either all male or all female flowers. Holly, ginkgo and blueberries are examples of dioecious plants.
sweet corn, grapevines, flowers, and berries.
No, they are the fruit/seed that grows after the bloom has died.
A corn tassel is the male flower of the corn plant. The tassel is a group of stemmy flowers that grow at the apex, or top, of the corn stalk. These tassels are shades of yellow, green and purple. Each corn plant will grow this tassel on top after the major growing of the plant is complete and when it is time for the ears of corn to begin growing.
These types of flowers are known as an imperfect flower with either fertile male or fertile female organs, but not both, on the same flower. Spruce, pines, ash and maples have imperfect flowers. Going further to complete the picture plants with imperfect flowers are either monoecious or dioecious. Monoecious plants have both male and female flowers on the same plant. That is, if you go to a particular monoecious plant you will find male flowers and you will also find female flowers. In contrast, dioecious plants have male and female flowers on separate plants. If you look at a particular dionecious plant, you will find either male flower or female flowers but not both. Corn, cucumber and other vines are monoecious; ash, maples, buffalo-berry, some junipers and aspargus are dioecious.
Plants bear fruit for_.
No canned corn won't work. You need to get hard corn kernels from feed store, many kinds. good luck
Multicellular organisms such as corn plants grow through the process of cell division of their constituent cells. This requires nutrients which for a corn plant come from the soil, the air, and photosynthesis.