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Which division of plants in the plant kingdom has species that reproduce sexually by producing cones? Answer Flowering vascular plants Nonflowering vascular plants Nonvascular plants Seedless vascular plants

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  1. Phascolarctos
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    nonflowering vascular plants

  2. Blueprint27
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    thank you

  3. Phascolarctos
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    you are welcome

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    Which division of plants in the plant kingdom has species that reproduce sexually by producing cones? Answer Flowering vascular plants Nonflowering vascular plants Nonvascular plants Seedless vascular plants

  5. Blueprint27
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    sorry i didnt mean to

  6. Blueprint27
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    Which of the following plant organs contains the highest concentration of chloroplasts responsible for photosynthesis? Answer Flowers Leaves Roots Stems

  7. Phascolarctos
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    these are the gymnosperm plants, like pine trees

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    i thinks its either stems or leaves idk

  9. Phascolarctos
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    ok, which one do you think'?

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    i thinks its either stems or leaves idk

  11. Phascolarctos
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    right, its leaves that is why they are green. for the pigment they carry:chlorophyll

  12. Blueprint27
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    thank you, again. Im horrible at biology but i passed AP chem with like a 97.

  13. Phascolarctos
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    you know they are green because the pigment absorbes the different light waves of the light espectrum except for the green, so they reflect it

  14. Phascolarctos
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    that is great, 97 over 100 i guess?

  15. Blueprint27
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    yeah i a 97 A in my report card for the semester grade

  16. Phascolarctos
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    keep up the good job then, but study more biology :-)

  17. Blueprint27
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    its hard!

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    Which of the following statements correctly compares the functions of a plant's roots and stem? Answer The roots contain ground tissue that stores water and glucose, unlike the stem. The roots contain stomata that allow for gas exchange, while stems do not. The stem contains a high percentage of cells that provide structural support, unlike the roots. The stem is the first part of the plant to emerge from a seed, followed by the roots.

  19. Phascolarctos
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    its hard but for me its the best thing one can learn!!

  20. Blueprint27
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    well you see im gonna be a aeronautical engineer so i dont need this biology crap. im only taking it because its a requirement to graduate.

  21. Phascolarctos
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    i would say option 3 because you are stablishing the function of the stem

  22. Phascolarctos
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    ohhh i see, well good luck

  23. Blueprint27
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    thanks.

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    Which of the following best compares the roles of the reproductive structures found in an angiosperm? Answer The female anthers holds the eggs, the male anthers contain pollen, and the petals provide nutrients for the growing embryo. The female stamens hold the ovules, the male pistil forms the pollen tube, and the petals provide nectar to pollinators. The male anthers hold the pollen tube, the female ovule holds the egg, and the petals grow around the seed to form a fruit. The male stamens hold the pollen, the female pistil holds the ovule, and the petals attract pollinators.

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    d is your answer

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    he sporophyte of an unknown plant species grows as a separate plant than the gametophyte. The plant produces both female and flagellated male gametes from the same gametophyte, and it releases spores into the environment. Which of the following is the best conclusion about the life cycle of this plant? Answer The plant is a fern, and sporophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is a gymnosperm, and the gametophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is a moss, and the sporophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is an angiosperm, and the gametophyte is its dominant phase.

  27. that1chick
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    its a fern.. I'm pretty sure anyway... tell you after I turn my test in ;D

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