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5 Matching questions

  1. Endosperm tissue provides
  2. Pollination
  3. Phylum Cycadophyta- resemble ____ but are not flowering plants
  4. Each stamen consists of...
  5. Angiosperm life cycle
  1. a Palms
  2. b Nutrients for the embryo of the flowering plant
  3. c The transfer of pollen from its source to a receptacle (stigma) of a flowering plant
  4. d Megaspore mother cell undergoes meiosis, followed by mitosis
    Microspore mother cells also undergoes meiosis followed by mitosis (results in pollen grain, which is the male gametophyte)
  5. e An anther (holds pollen) and a filament (stalk)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Stamens; male gametophytes (pollen)

    NOT ALL FLOWERS HAVE STAMEN
  2. Are heterosporous
    Have non-motile sperm
    Ovules that are enclosed within sporophyte tissue at the time of pollination
    Carpels
  3. Drug that was used to treat respiratory problems (was pulled from the market because it caused heart attacks/ strokes)
  4. Cycads and Ginkos have motile sperm, Conifers and Gnetophytes have non-flagellated sperm
  5. Carpel tip, which is sticky or feathery so pollen can stick to it

5 True/False questions

  1. Phylum ConiferophytaConifers; includes the tallest (coastal redwoods) and most massive (giant sequoia) trees

          

  2. What is the oldest tree?Tropical and subtropical

          

  3. What has been the most important?Tropical and subtropical

          

  4. The seed is an important advancement why?1. Seeds maintain dormancy in unfavorable conditions
    2. Seeds afford maximum protection when the plant is the most vulnerable
    3. Seeds contain food to permit young plants to grow before photosynthesis begins
    4. Seeds are adapted for dispersal (allows invasion of new habitats)

          

  5. StyleVehicle for dispersing the embryo to distant sites

          

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