2.(1 pts) This life cycle is characteristic of all plants; however, it is not identical in all groups. How does this life cycle differ in mosses and seed plants? Give 1 to 3 differences in 1-2 sentences. 3.(1 pts) How is sperm related to pollen? Explain in 1 to 2 sentences. 4.(1 pts) What is the difference between pollination and fertilization? (1-2 sentences) 5.(0.5 pts) What distinguishes gamete formation in plants from gamete formation in animals? (Bold the correct answer) Part II: Plant Phylogeny For this section of the classwork you will use the Tree of Life Web Projectto investigate plant phylogeny. A phylogeny is often represented in the form of an evolutionary tree to show the evolutionary history of a group. The figure below is an example of an evolutionary tree. Nodes represent common ancestors and branches are distinct taxa.On the Tree of Life Web Project home page, in the search bar, type in the words “Green Plants”.Select the first result of the search. (Or, go to “Popular Pages”, and select Green Plants)1.(1 pts) Read the Introduction and list 3 characteristics shared by all green plants.
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