Quiz5_4pm - A. as the result of process in which plants...

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1. The moss and fern life-cycles differ in that: A. gametophytes are dominant in ferns, whereas the sporophyte is dominant in moss B. the fern does not have motile sperm C. the fern gametophyte is reduced relative to the gametophyte of mosses D. the fern does not have an archegonium, but the moss does E. moss does not contain chlorophyll ‘a’
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2. The seed A. provides food for the embryo B. protects the embryo C. can lie dormant until a favorable time for germination D. is covered by a layer of cells that originated in the gametophyte E. all but one of the above
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3. Water moves from the roots to the top of a tree
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Unformatted text preview: A. as the result of process in which plants must expend energy B. due in part to the movement of phloem sap C. by evaporation caused by the sun D. in part because of cohesion among water molecules E. both c & d 4. Which of the following trends occurred during the evolution of land plants? A. reduction in size and complexity of the gametophyte B. improvement of vascular tissue C. shift from motile to non-motile male gametes D. all of the above E. both a & c 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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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course BIO SCI 05125 taught by Professor Burley during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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