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Q: During pollination in seed plants, pollen grains a. carry zygotes to the female structures, which form the seeds. b. must be carried from a male cone or flower to a female cone or flower. c. swim to
female reproductive structures through water. d. are carried to female reproductive structures by wind or animals
A: During pollination in seed plants, pollen grains are carried to female reproductive structures by wind or animals.
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During pollination in seed plants, pollen grains are carried to female reproductive structures by wind or animals.

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