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AP_Bio_Chp_38_and_39 - Angiosperm Reproduction and...

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Angiosperm Reproduction and Biotechnology Chapter 38 1) What part of an angiosperm flower does the embryo sack form in? 2) What is an incomplete flower? 3) A. What is the difference between monoecious and dioecious plants? B. What do they have in common? 4) How does pollen sperm get from the stigma to the ovary and ovule? 5) What is the theoretical evolutionary advantage of double fertilization? 6) What are the parts of a seed? Include their functions. 7) Describe how the following fruits develop: Simple Aggregate Multiple 8) How can an angiosperm insure that it does not self-pollinate?
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9) How do dormant seed start germination? Give the term and describe it. 10) What are the TWO types of vegetative reproduction, and how do they work? 11) What is the reason plant breeders have organized and maintain a "gene bank"? Plant Responses to Internal and External Signals Chapter 39 1) How does a plant’s response to the environment differ from animal’s response to the environment?
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