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Flowering plants are called _____.
a) conifers b) angiosperms c) gymnosperms d) ferns
A _____ plant has tubelike cells.
a) nonvascular b) humus c) vascular d) rhizoid
An angiosperm that has one seed leaf is called a _____.
a) monocot b) dicot c) tricot d) hexacot
_____ plants are divided into flowering plants and nonflowering plants.
a) Vascular b) Nonvascular c) Seed d) Seedless
A _____ is a large, feathery leaf of a fern.
a) sori b) frond c) spore d) rhizoid
What is one difference between a moss and a fern?
a) Moss is vascular and ferns are nonvascular. b) Moss is nonvascualr and ferns are vascular. c) Moss is large and ferns are small. d) Moss grows in dry areas and ferns grow only in wet areas.
What is a difference between moss and ferns?
a) Ferns have flowers and moss does not. b) Moss has flowers and ferns do not. c) Ferns has roots, stems and leaves, but moss does not. d) Ferns make seeds but moss does not.
What important contribution did Carolus Linnaeus make to biology?
a) Developed a method for classifying plants and animals. b) Was the father of genetics. c) Developed the theory of evolution through natural selection. d) Developed the theory of gravity.
What do conifers and ginkgo trees have in common?
a) They are both flowering plants. b) They are both gymnosperms. c) They are both angiosperms. d) They are both nonvascular.
An ingredient of soil is _____.
a) rhizoids b) humus c) sori d) embryos.
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