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A flowering plant that makes seeds inside of a fruit is a(n)
a) sporophyte. b) angiosperm. c) pollen tube d) gymnosperm.
In the life cycle of a plant the haploid phase that makes gametes is the
a) gametophyte. b) ovule. c) pollination d) sporophyte.
In plants that have alternation of generations the haploid spores are made by the
a) cotyledon. b) seed coat c) sporophyte. d) gametophyte.
In seed plants the sperm make it to the egg via
a) pollen tubes. b) wind c) water. d) tiny wings.
Seeds provide plant offspring with all of the following advantages except
a) nourishment of the embryo b) dispersal of the plant. c) attraction of a pollinator d) protection of the embryo.
The seeds of plants contain
a) ovules. b) embryos. c) sepals. d) both (A) and (B).
Inside a seed the new sporophyte is a(n)
a) embryo. b) cotyledon. c) pollen. d) endosperm.
In gymnosperms the female cones produce
a) ovules b) pollen. c) ovules and seeds. d) pollen and seeds.
Which structures are not directly involved in sexual reproduction?
a) stigma and style b) sepal and petal c) anther and pollen grains d) ovule and ovary
What is the plant tissue that is responsible for new growth?
a) dermal b) ground c) vascular d) meristem
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