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1. What is the difference between homosporous and heterosporous lifecycles? A. In homosporous lifecycles the spores turn directly into gametes, while in heterosporous lifecycles they form a haploid gametophyte B. There isn't an alternation of generations in the homosporous lifecycle C. Heterosporous lifecycles mean that the sporophyte and gametophyte differ in morphology D. There is no difference between homosporous and heterosporous lifecycles E. None of the above
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1. How do Gymnosperms exchange gasses, if they have a waxy cuticle covering their leaves? A. Through "naked seeds" B. Through sexual reproduction C. They have stomata through which gas exchange can take
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Unformatted text preview: place D. Through specialized structures called sori 1. How is vascular tissue used in plants? A. For transport of glucose and other organic molecules B. For transport of water from the roots to the leaves C. For support of the plant D. All of the above E. None of the above 4. If a spore grows to maturity, it is a ____________ and it is _________. A. Sporophyte, diploid B. Gametophyte, diploid C. Gametophyte, haploid D. Sporophyte, always dominant E. New England Patriot, still depressed 5. The next professor in this course will be: A. Dr. Winters B. Dr. Spring C. Dr. Summers D. Dr. Fall E. Dr. Dre...
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