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Plant Reproduction Lab ReportGrade93.50out of 100.00Question1CompleteMark 0.00 out of 6.50Flag questionQuestion textWhy is a plant’s life cycle called an alternation of generations?A plant's life cycle is called an alteration of generations because meoisis andfertalization seperates the life into two different generations.
CommentsComment:This is true for all groups of organisms. What is different about plants?Question2CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textLabel the following flower parts.
FeedbackYour answer is correct.The correct answer is: A → Anther, B → Ovule, C → Sepal, D → Petal, E →Filament, F → Style, G → StigmaQuestion3CompleteMark 6.50 out of 6.50
Flag questionQuestion textWhy are seed plants the most successful terrestrial plants?The three main reasons for their success are:
CommentsComment:Question4CompleteMark 6.50 out of 6.50Flag questionQuestion textDescribe the differences between gymnosperms and angiosperms. Give twoexamples of each.
Comment:Question5CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textMatch the following terms to their correct definition.SporophyteAnswer 1generation that bears flow erscontains the embryo and stored food surrounded by a seed coatfruitprotects the bud as the flow er develops w ithinmale portion of the flow erlarge sticky knobsaclike container