biology test2.1

biology test2.1 - 1 Which of the following is NOT a...

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Which of the following is NOT a difference between algae and plants? (p. 576) Plant cells have rigid cellulose walls and algal cells do not. 2. Which of the following is NOT a homology shared by land plants and their closest living algal relatives? (p. 576) the presence of cuticle on the surface of leaves 3. In ferns the leaves are called __ fronds ___. (p. 593)
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4. Which of the following produce eggs and sperm? (p. 587) moss gametophytes 5. Alternation of generations __ is distinguished by haploid and diploid stages that are both multicellular ___. (p. 580) 6.
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Plants undergo alternation of generations in which _____. (p. 580) the sporophyte generation alternates with the gametophyte generation 7. The development of the __________ allowed plants to exist on land. Algae do not have this feature. (p. 581) cuticle 8. Gametangia are__________. (p. 581) single-celled in algae, multicellular in most plants
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9. What structures allow plants to readily take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere? (p. 582) stomata 10. Vascular tissues of plants include _____ xylem for conducting water and minerals, and phloem for conducting dissolved organic molecules _____. (p. 582)
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11. Most plant systematists believe that, of all the bryophytes, _____ are most closely related to vascular plants. (p. 585) mosses 12.
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