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1. These plants are vascular, seed-bearing plants, but their seeds are not enclosed in fruit. gymnosperm 2. What traits were necessary for plants to move from water to land? Cuticle, stomata, roots, stems 3. What is a diploid plant? A sporophyte 4. What are the structures produced by meiosis? spores 5. Non-vascular plants. bryophytes 6. A cluster of microphyll-like leaves that form a cone. strobilus 7. All seed plants have sporangia that produce both megaspores and microspores. heterosporous 8. An embryonic plant surrounded by nutritive tissue. seed 9. The transfer of an immature pollen grain to the stigma of a flower. pollination 10. Tiny openings in the cuticle-covered surfaces of most plants. stomata 11. This tissue transports water throughout the plant. xylem 12. Leaves that are narrow and have a single vein. microphylls 13. Dispersal mechanisms for seeds. Wind, birds, insects, water 14. Land plants arose from this lineage. Green algae 15. What will the gametophyte give rise to? gametes 16. All plants have a haploid phase, and a diploid phase.
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