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The great forests of club mosses, ferns and horsetails that produced today’s coal formed during the __________ period. Carboniferous Jurassic Cambium Silurian. According to a study published in trends in ecology, which of the following is more “carbon” friendly?.

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The great forests of club mosses, ferns and horsetails that produced today’s coal formed during the __________ period
  • Carboniferous
  • Jurassic
  • Cambium
  • Silurian
according to a study published in trends in ecology which of the following is more carbon friendly
According to a study published in trends in ecology, which of the following is more “carbon” friendly?
  • Converting forests to biofuel production
  • Retaining forests
what characteristics do the seedless vascular plants share with bryophytes
What characteristics do the seedless vascular plants share with bryophytes?
  • Reproduce by spores
  • chlorophyll a and b
  • flagellated sperm
  • sporic meiosis (aka alternation of generations
  • all of the above are shared with bryophytes
what evolutionary advances occur in club mosses and ferns
What evolutionary advances occur in club mosses and ferns?
  • Vascular tissues
  • spores
  • flagellated sperm
  • chlorophyll a and b
  • all of the above are advances found in this group
the development of a complex polymer made trees possible
The development of a complex polymer, _______, made trees possible.
  • cellulose
  • hemicellulose
  • pectin
  • lignin
  • protein
what phylum does the organism below belong to
What phylum does the organism below belong to?
  • Lycopodiophyta
  • Pteridophyta
  • Bryophyta
  • Hepatica
what phylum does the organism below belong to1
What phylum does the organism below belong to?
  • Lycopodiophyta
  • Pteridophyta
  • Bryophyta
  • Hepatica
what phylum does the organism below belong to2
What phylum does the organism below belong to?
  • Lycopodiophyta
  • Pteridophyta
  • Bryophyta
  • Hepatica
what phylum does the organism below belong to3
What phylum does the organism below belong to?
  • Lycopodiophyta
  • Pteridophyta
  • Bryophyta
  • Hepatica
what is the structure shown below
What is the structure shown below?
  • Insect eggs
  • fern sporangia
  • fern gametophyte
  • indusium
all of the seedless vascular plants have the same life cycle which generation is dominant
All of the seedless vascular plants have the same life cycle. Which generation is dominant?
  • Sporophyte
  • Gametophyte
  • Haploid
  • Sporophylls
  • Sporangia
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The seedless vascular plants have some evolutionary advances not seen in the bryophytes. One of these is vascular tissue. Which of the following are vascular tissues?

a. Parenchyma

b. Rhizoids

c. Pith

d. Phloem and xylem

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Coal and oil deposits used for energy today are derived from plants that died during the Carboniferous era. How much plant material (wet weight) from the Carboniferous period does it take to put one gallon of fuel in your car?

  • 100 pounds
  • 1000 pounds
  • 1 ton
  • 10.2 tons
  • 98 tons
the new classification system in your book places which of the following in phylum pteridophyta
The new classification system in your book places which of the following in Phylum Pteridophyta.
  • club mosses, ferns, whisk ferns
  • club mosses, ferns, horsetails
  • club mosses, whisk ferns, horsetails
  • ferns, whisk ferns, horsetails
  • club mosses, ferns, whisk ferns, horsetails
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