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Six Practice questions with explanations for Bio 1B MT #1 Fall 2006 [email protected] Six practice questions with explanations for Bio 1B MT #1 Fall 2006 <[email protected]> 1. The sweet fleshy tissue we eat when we bite into a peach is a) Haploid parenchyma cells derived from the ovary b) Haploid parenchyma cells derived from the ovule c) Diploid parenchyma cells derived from the ovary (correct answer) d) Diploid parenchyma cells derived from the ovule e) Diploid sclerenchyma cells derived from the ovary Explanation: the sweet fleshy part of the peach that we eat is the pericarp that is derived from the diploid ovary. Parenchyma are the main cell type that make up soft fruit. 2. In the plant life cycle, which of the following is produced directly by meiosis
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