Mock Busch Exam II 2010

Mock Busch Exam II 2010 - 1. Mitochondria and chloroplasts...

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Mitochondria and chloroplasts in eukaryotic cells probably originated from: A. fungi. B. protists. C. endosymbionts. D. plants. E. None of these. 2. Members of the ___________________ are thought to have given rise to plants. A. green algae B. red algae C. euglenoids D. dinoflagellates E. diatoms 3. The multicellular sex organs in plants are known as: A. gametes. B. spores. C. gametangia. D. fruits. E. sperm. 4. Alternation of generations in plants refers to the alternation of: A. diploid and haploid stages. B. male and female stages. C. meiotic and mitotic stages. D. spore and seed stages. E. thallus and leaf stages. 5. Which of the following is not a seedless plant? A. moss B. conifer C. fern D. club moss E. hornwort 6. Mosses and liverworts are limited in size because they lack: A. sperm. B. eggs. C. vascular tissues. D. stomata. E. reproductive structures. 7. The __________________ generation is dominant in mosses, as it can live independently. A. haploid sporophyte B. haploid gametophyte C. diploid sporophyte D. diploid gametophyte E. triploid sporophyte 8. Ferns lack: A. rhizomes. B.
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Mock Busch Exam II 2010 - 1. Mitochondria and chloroplasts...

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