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Take_home_5 - Pre-Lab#5 1 According to this phylogenetic...

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Pre-Lab #5 1. According to this phylogenetic tree, angiosperms are most closely related to _____. a) green algae b) charophyceans c) bryophytes d) pteridophytes e) gymnosperms 2. _________ are an example of seedless vascular plants. a) Mosses b) Lilacs c) Charophyceans d) Ferns e) Pine trees 3. Which of these characteristics is shared by algae and seed plants a) embryo development within gametangia b) roots and shoots c) vascular tissue
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d) pollen e) chloroplasts 4. Which of these represents the sporophyte generation of the moss life cycle? A B C D E 5. In moss, _____ produce sperm. a) sporangia b) antheridia c) embryos d) archegonia e) protonemata 6. The sperm produced by mosses require _____ to reach an archegonium. a) wind b) light c) moisture d) the development of a flower e) animals 7. In the moss life cycle _____ cells within a sporangium undergo _____ to produce _____ spores. a) diploid . .. meiosis . .. haploid b) haploid . .. mitosis . .. haploid c) diploid . .. mitosis . .. diploid
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d) diploid . .. mitosis . .. haploid e) haploid . .. meiosis . .. haploid 8. In mosses gametes are produced by ___ ; in ferns gametes are produced by _____. a)
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2008 for the course BIO G 104 taught by Professor Chen,k.c during the Spring '06 term at Cornell.

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Take_home_5 - Pre-Lab#5 1 According to this phylogenetic...

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