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The archegonia of a fern prothallus……. Are normally found among the rhizoids. Are normally found around the notch at the top of the thallus. Are found on separate prothalli from the antheridia. Are found within the sori of the frond.

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the archegonia of a fern prothallus
The archegonia of a fern prothallus……
  • Are normally found among the rhizoids.
  • Are normally found around the notch at the top of the thallus.
  • Are found on separate prothalli from the antheridia.
  • Are found within the sori of the frond.
the rhizoids of a fern are found
The rhizoids of a fern are found..
  • At the base of the frond
  • On the prothallus
  • As part of the protonema
  • On the sporophyte
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During the life cycle of a typical conifer, the pollen tube grows down through the style to reach the archegonium.
  • True
  • False
which of the following tissues of flowering plants is diploid
Which of the following tissues of flowering plants is diploid?
  • Generative nucleus
  • Sperm nucleus
  • Integument
  • Synergid
  • Endosperm nucleus
a common name for members of the division psilophyta is
A common name for members of the division Psilophyta is….
  • Horsetail
  • Quillwort
  • Hornwort
  • Whisk fern
  • Liverwort
a compound ovary
A compound ovary….
  • Consists of more than one carpel
  • Contains no more than one ovule
  • Develops into more than one fruit
primitive flowers
Primitive flowers…..
  • Are usually bilaterally symmetrical.
  • Usually have inferior ovaries
  • Show fusion of parts
  • None of the above
marchantia reproduces asexually by
Marchantia reproduces asexually by…..
  • Gemmae
  • Antheridia
  • Sporocytes
  • Soredia
  • Protonemata
the result of meiosis in the microsporocytes of angiosperms is
The result of meiosis in the microsporocytes of angiosperms is…
  • 4 diploid cells
  • 8 diploid nuclei
  • 4 haploid cells
  • 8 haploid nuclei
fruits that develop from ovaries with unfertilized eggs are called
Fruits that develop from ovaries with unfertilized eggs are called..
  • Epigynous
  • Inferior
  • Apomictic
  • Parthenocarpic
which of the following is not a diploid
Which of the following is not a diploid?
  • Moss protonema
  • Fern frond
  • Pine cone
  • Oak tree
  • Liverwort thallus
gymnoperms with vessels in their xylem are
Gymnoperms with vessels in their xylem are….
  • Pines
  • Spruces
  • Ginkgoes
  • Gnetophytes
  • Cycads
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