In seed plants, what is an important difference between gymnosperms and most angiosperms? A. Gymnosperms rely on animals to carry pollen from the female gametophyte to the male gametophyte, while angiosperms rely on wind. B. Gymnosperms require water for sperm to travel from the male gametophyte to the female gametophyte, while angiosperms do not rely on water for fertilization. C. In gymnosperms, male gametophytes and female gametophytes are produced in different structures, while in angiosperms they are usually produced in the same structure.
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D. Both gymnosperms and angiosperms produce seeds on the scales of cones, but angiosperms have flowers.
its not D i dont think or A i think it is C
Gymnosperms produce seed that is not protected by any fruit, but by a wooden casing like a cone.. Angiosperms produce flowers and fruit with one or more seed. The answer is C. It pays off to be a plant nut. :D
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Many cacti, such as saguaros and barrel cacti, have large stems and no leaves. What function of leaves is taken on by the stems of such cacti? A. They produce food by photosynthesis. B. They absorb water and nutrients from the soil. C. They transport materials throughout the plant. D. They store excess water. its not D i think it is A becasue C is what a stem always does not leaves
The stems of such cacti store excess water, however they take the function of leaves by doing photosynthesis. The answer is A. Fun fact; Cacti have adapted their leaves as defense mechanisms, rather than food makers. (I.e. spines used to be leaves)