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______ is the development of a fruit without seeds.
In theory, a pear would most likely be successfully graft onto ___________________. (Hint: think about what the fruit looks like inside).
Tomato seeds will not germinate in the fruit and must be extracted and cleaned for them to germinate because of inhibitors in the flesh of the fruit. What is the advantage of this, if any? __________
In a typical bean seed the typical genetic condition of the embryo is ___.
______________ is NOT an advantage of grafting.
The necrotic (black) spots often found on the leaves of roses are caused by ______
______________ is the number of replicate chromosomes present in the nucleus of a cell.
________ is a plant part that when removed from the parent plant and placed under the proper environmental conditions forms adventitious roots or shoots.
___________ is considered to be the most common form of budding
_____________ is a pest is controlled by fungicides.
_______ is a type of budding removes a partial ring from around the stock.
________ is when all the limbs on an entire tree are grafted.
____ has crabs.
________ is the number of replicate chromosomes present in the nucleus of a cell.
____ is a plant part that when removed from the parent plant and placed under the proper environmental conditions forms adventitious roots or shoots.
_______ grafting is used to repair damaged bark at the base of a tree.
Plants that are ________________________ can not be successfully grafted.
If a plant produces a seed through apomixis, the seed is a ______
__________________ is the most common type of seed dormancy.
quiescence due to lack of water
Two advantages of asexual or vegetative propagation are: _____________________________ and ______________________________________.
All offspring are true-to-type and the time to flowering is reduced
Fertilization is the union of one male gamete and one female gamete to produce a _____________.