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Question 20 Which of the following was NOT one of the seed arrangements you observed in the fruit? Select one: Correct Mark 1.00 out of 1.00
Question 21 Why are stone cells found in pears and not in berries? Select one: Correct Mark 1.00 out of 1.00 c. a single seed is surrounded by the fleshy part of the fruit d. many seeds are distributed throughout the fleshy part of the fruit The correct answer is: a single seed is exposed on the top of the fruit, the fleshy part is uniformly distributed underneath the seed
Question 22 What is the difference between pollination and fertilization? Mark 6.00 out of 6.50
Question 23 Complete Gymnosperm and Angiosperm Equivalent Structures Structure Gymnosperm Angiosperm Produces pollen male cone anther Producesmegaspores female cone ovual in pistal Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Comment: fertilizes an egg to produce a zygote in the ovule. Fill in the table below with the reproductive structures of each plant. Gymnosperm and Angiosperm Equivalent Structures Structure Gymnosperm Angiosperm Produces pollen male cone anther Producesmegaspores female cone ovual in pistal Comment:
Question 24 6.50 Fill in the table below with the parts of the seed and the embryo. Complete Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Question 25 Complete Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 What was the range of number of seeds in the different fruits that you examined? Where were the seeds located in each fruit? The seeds ranged from one to many. The tomato contained about 35 seeds. The apple had two seeds. The peach had one seed. The strawberry had a lot of seeds. In the peach and apple, the seeds were in the center. The Strawberry seeds were on the outside of the strawberry, embedded in the outer layer of the skin. The seeds in the tomato were located in the interior chambers. Question 26 Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Fill in the table below with the parts of the seed and the embryo. Parts of a Seed Part Description seed coat protective outer layer of seed, wall of embryo sac endosperm provides food for embryo embryo: epicotyl becomes the stem radicle becomes the root cotyledon becomes the first leaf Comment: Fruit comparison: What was the range of number of seeds in the different fruits that you examined? Where were the seeds located in each fruit? The seeds ranged from one to many. The tomato contained about 35 seeds. The apple had two seeds. The peach had one seed. The strawberry had a lot of seeds. In the peach and apple, the seeds were in the center. The Strawberry seeds were on the outside of the strawberry, embedded in the outer layer of the skin. The seeds in the tomato were located in the interior chambers. Comment: Identify the following image:
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Question 27 6.50 Identify the following image: Correct Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Question 28 Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Identify the following image: Answer: wheat seed diagram The correct answer is: Wheat seed Comment: Manual override Identify the following image:
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Question 29 Correct Mark 6.50 out of 6.50 Identify the following image:
Question 30 Complete Mark 10.50 out of 10.50 Comment: Manual override Completion of the virtual lab. 100% must be completed for full credit. Done Comment: ◄ Plant Responses and Reproduction Quiz Jump to... Being Organized and Steady Study Guide ►

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