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_________ determines traits
a) nucleus b) character c) genes d) cytoplasm
The complementary strand to the DNA sequence TAGTCA would be
a) ATGAGT b) GACAGT c) GTAGAT. d) ATCAGT
If a human blood cell has 46 chromosomes, how many chromosomes are in your brain cell?
a) 23 b) 46 c) 12 d) 92
Genes are located on?
a) traits b) cell membrane c) chromosomes d) a brain
Pollen is the reproductive spore that contains:
a) sperm b) egg c) anthers d) ovules
Pollen is produced in the
a) stigma b) pollen c) ovule d) anther
The flower:
a) is the reproductive organ of an angiosperm. b) allows for the plant to reproduce by pollination. c) contains both male and female reproductive parts. d) All of the above
The stamen:
a) is the female part of the flower consisting of the anther and pollen. b) is attached to the ovules, ovary, and stigma. c) is the male part of the flower consisting of the anther, pollen, and filament. d) is located at the base of the pistil.
Fertilization happens through pollination. It occurs when a sperm cells fuses with an egg cell:
a) on the pistil. b) inside an ovule. c) on the petals and stamens. d) inside the sepals.
The pistil:
a) is the female part of the flower consisting of the stigma, style, ovary and ovules b) is the male part of the flower consisting of the anther, pollen, and filament. c) is the male part of the flower consisting of the petal d) is the male part of the flower consisting of the stigma, style, ovary and ovules
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