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The kalanchoe plant reproduces by means of ___ along the margins of it leaves.
a) buds
b) veins
c) eggs
d) plantlets

The eyes of potatoes are ___.
a) roots
b) ovules
c) buds that grow into new plants
d) pollen grains

Buds along each ___ of a strawberry plant grow into new plants.
a) runner
b) root
c) leaf
d) ovary

Once a seed is fully developed, the plant inside the seed stops growing and the seed may become ___.
a) dormant
b) a fruit
c) difficult to grow
d) an ovule

After seeds develop fully, and before they sprout, they may become
a) deciduous
b) dormant
c) a style
d) a root

The sprouting of a seed is called ___.
a) pollination
b) fertilization
c) germination
d) cellular respiration

In ___ reproduction, a part of the plant such as the stem or root produces a new plant.
a) asexual
b) sexual
c) binary fission
d) mitosis

A seed may sprout if it is dropped or planted in an environment that has ___, water, and a suitable temperature.
a) sunlight
b) carbon dioxide
c) sugar
d) oxygen

Sperm cells of a flowering plant are contained in ___
a) anther
b) pollen grains
c) stigma
d) filament

Seeds become ___ in order to survive periods of drought or cold temperatures.
a) black
b) deciduous
c) dormant
d) white

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