110 Q#6 F09 Lab Answers - BIOL110Fall2009Recitation Quiz...

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BIOL 110 Fall 2009 Recitation Quiz 6 Lab Portion 1. Which of the following best differentiates between  a fern and  a gymnosperm? A. A fern is an autotroph; a gymnosperm  is not. B. A gymnosperm  is an autotroph; a fern is not. C. A fern has vascular tissue; a gymnosperm  does not. D. A gymnosperm  has vascular tissue; a fern does not. E. A gymnosperm produces seeds; a fern does not. 2. Which of the following best differentiates between  ctenophorans  and  planaria? A. Ctenophorans  are heterotrophs, planaria are not. B. Ctenophorans  lack tissues, planaria have tissues. C. Ctenophorans  are pseudocoelomate, planaria are acoelomate. D. Ctenophorans  are protostomes, planaria are deuterostomes. E. Ctenophorans are radially symmetrical, planaria are bilaterally  symmetrical. 3. Which of the following do all plants have in common? A. All plants make seeds. B. All are eukaryotic.
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