Bio 2 plants 1.1

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Bio 2 plants 1.1
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  1. The leaf-like structure that protects the
    budding flower is called the:
    Sepal
  2. This part of a flower attracts insects.
    Petal
  3. The part of a flowering plant that contains pollen is called the:
    Anther
  4. Which structure is considered the male reproductive part of a flowering plant?
    Stamen
  5. After fertilization, this part of a plant eventually
    becomes the fruit.
    Ovary
  6. What is the reproductive structure of a
    flowering plant?
    Flower
  7. Flowers that contain both stamens and carpels
    are called:
    Perfect flowers
  8. Flowering plants are also called:
    Angiosperms
  9. ______ are an example seedless vascular plants.
    ferns
  10. which of these characteristics is shared by algae and seed plants?
    Chloroplasts
  11. In moss, ___ proce sperm.
    Antherdia
  12. The sperm prodced by mosses require ___ to reach archegonium.
    moisture
  13. In the moss life cycle _____ cells within a
    sporangium undergo _____ to produce _____ spores.
    Diploid, meiosis, haploid
  14. In mosses gametes are produced by _____; in
    ferns gametes are produced by _____.
    Mitosis, mitosis
  15. Where do fern antheridia develop?
    on the underside of the gametophyte.
  16. Most carnivorous plants grown in what kind of terrain?
    Acidic, boggy soils
  17. These enzymes collect in the bottom of the
    tubular-shaped leaf along with the digestive enzymes. Which plant am I
    talking about?
    Pitcher plant
  18. Which division is moss in?
    Bryophytes
  19. Where are the seeds of a coniferous plant
    located?
    Cones
  20. According to evolutionary theory, which plant
    division evolved first?
    Moss (Bryophyte)
  21. What characteristic do all angiosperms have in
    common?
    They contain a protected seed within a flower.
  22. The seed coat of angiosperms forms from the
    Integument
  23. Fruits are mature
    ovaries
  24. A seed develops from a (an)
    Ovule
  25. Ginko belongs to which division of gymnosperms?
    Ginkophyta
  26. In gymnosperms, which generation is the dominant
    generation
    Sporophyte
  27. The term gymnosperm refers to -
    naked seeds
  28. An evolutionary advantage of seeds is -
    • a)
    • Provides food for the developing sporophyte

    • b)
    • Provides protection

    • c)
    • Allows for delayed germination until conditions
    • are favorable
  29. Pines belong to -
    Coniferophyta
  30. Ginko is -
    Dioecious
  31. True or false: Cycads do not produce cones.
    False
  32. Angiosperms have seeds that are protected with
    fruit.
    True
  33. The banana is a monocot
    True
  34. The cotyledons become the first leaves on plants.
    False
  35. True of False. Ferns are pteridophytes.
    False

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