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In gymnosperms, only wind transfers pollen. In angiosperms, animals such as bees or birds also transfer pollen. In gymnosperms, the pollen is transferred by animals such as squirrels. In angiosperms, the pollen is transferred by wind and rain. In both types of plants, pollen is transferred only by the wind. Feedback Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: In gymnosperms, only wind transfers pollen. In angiosperms, animals such as bees or birds also transfer pollen.
Question 6 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Select the answer choice that correctly fills in the blanks for this explanation of the difference between how gymnosperms and angiosperms display their heterosporus nature. Both gymnosperms and angiosperms are heterosporus. In gymnosperms, the pollen and the megaspores are produced in separate . In angiosperms, the pollen and the megaspores are produced in separate structures, but within the same .
Question 7 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which of the following is NOT one of the differences between dicots and monocots? Feedback Your answer is correct.
Question 8 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What happens to the sperm nuclei that do not fertilize the egg to form a zygote?
They move to another egg and form a zygote with the second egg. They form the wings that allow the fruit to disseminate. Feedback Your answer is correct. The correct answer is: They fuse with the polar nuclei of the egg and form the endosperm nucleus. Question 9 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Why must the pollen develop the pollen tube? Select one: Without it, the pollen cannot separate from the egg produced by the same reproductive structure and neither the pollen nor egg is able to combine with the gametes of other plants and form seeds.

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