Both gymnosperms and angiosperms are heterosporus in

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Both gymnosperms and angiosperms are heterosporus: in gymnosperms the pollen and the megaspores are produced in separate while in angiosperms the pollen and the megaspores are produced in separate structures but within the same Select one: a. pinecones, flower b. ovule, pistel c. sporangiums, fruit d. gametes, anther Feedback The correct answer is: pinecones, flower 14
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a. they fuse with the polar nuclei of the egg and form the endosperm nucleus b. they form the wings that allow the fruit to disseminate c. they move to another egg and form a zygote with the second egg d. they die and do not fuse with any nuclei Feedback The correct answer is: they fuse with the polar nuclei of the egg and form the endosperm nucleus Question 16 Correct Mark 1.00 out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Why must the pollen develop the pollen tube? Select one: 17
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