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Please help i will give a medal to who helps me Order the life-cycle of an angiosperm a. Parts of the ovule form food and a protective coating for the seed. b. A mature sporophyte produces pollen c. Germination d. Sperm reaches the egg and fertilization occurs e. A pollen grain attaches to the stigma and a pollen tube begins to form

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anyone have any clue
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no but this doesn't help me know the order
please help
e , d, a, c, b (I think)
Order the life-cycle of an angiosperm http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/animations/content/angiosperm.html click animation then step-through

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