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What type of plant produces a seed with a single cotyledon?
a) dicot
b) gymnosperm
c) monocot
d) nonvascular

Mosses and liverworts thrive in a moist enviroment because they need ___________ for reporduction.
a) bees
b) water
c) birds
d) wind

Whis part of the flower produces eggs?
a) petal
b) pistil
c) sepal
d) stamen

A seed contains an embryo, which is a new sporophyte, and a supply of nutrients for the embryo.
a) True
b) False

People often grow plants from their vegetative structures. This is called plant gametophyting.
a) True
b) False

Vegetative reproductionis the growth of new plants from nonreproductive plant parts, such as stems, roots, and leaves.
a) True
b) False

In mosses the "leafy" green gametophyte are smaller than the sporophytes, which consist of a bare stalk and spore capsule.
a) True
b) False

What is the function of an archegonium?
a) to produce sperm
b) to produce eggs
c) to produce spores
d) to conduct water

Bermudsa grass reproduces asexually by means of horizontal, aboveground stems called
a) corms
b) tubers
c) runners
d) rhizomes

In angiosperms, pollen is produced in sacs called
a) sepals
b) anthers
c) pitils
d) ovules

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