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Evolution of Seed Plants (Grades 11-12)

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Evolution of Seed Plants

Seed plants, such as flowering plants, are also known as
  1. mosses
  2. gymnosperms
  3. liverworts
  4. angiosperms
  5. ferns
Which characteristic describes members of the Tracheophyta?
  1. nutrition by ingestion
  2. nutrition by absorption
  3. possessing vascular tissue
  4. nonvascular
All plants producing uncovered seeds, such as the conifers, are considered
  1. bryophytes.
  2. angiosperms.
  3. gymnosperms.
  4. monerans.
In addition to a gametophyte generation, all plants have a life cycle that contains which other stage?
  1. heteromorphic
  2. sporophyte
  3. vascular
  4. isomorphic
The dominant vegetation on Earth has changed over the past 400 to 500 million years. Which list shows the major groups in the correct order from oldest to most recent?
  1. gymnosperms, progymnosperms, angiosperms
  2. angiosperms, gymnosperms, progymnosperms
  3. progymnosperms, angiosperms, gymnosperms
  4. progymnosperms, gymnosperms, angiosperms
What is the function of a pollen tube?
  1. digest the sporophyte tissue as it grows towards the female gametophyte
  2. help the pollen grain to stick to the pollinator
  3. deliver the pollen from the stigma to the style
  4. remove the pollen grain from the microsporangium as it matures
The                          is a triploid tissue that feeds the angiosperm sporophyte during embryonic development.
Flowers that posses both microsporangia and megasporangia are said to be                     .
What are some of the differences between a monocot and a eudicot?

A new plant has been discovered on a remote island in the Pacific. The researchers want to know more about this plant's natural history and what sort of pollination mechanism it uses. Which characteristic would be most useful to know to determine this?
  1. height the plant is able to grow
  2. number of cotyledons it produces
  3. type of endosperm it creates
  4. color of the corolla
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