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The seeds of cycads develop within a A. fruit. B. pistil. C. cone. D. flower.
Weegy: The seeds of cycads develop within a cone. User: The gametophyte of a moss produces sperm in a structure called a(n) A. antheridium. B. sporangium. C. sorus. D. archegonium. Weegy: The gametophyte of a moss produces sperm in a structure called sporangium. (More)
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The gametophyte of a liverwort produces sperm in a structure called a(n) A. sorus. B. sporangium. C. archegonium. D. antheridium.
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The gametophyte of a liverwort produces sperm in a structure called an antheridium.
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What does an amnion do? A. It protects the embryo. B. It allows for it to stay moist. C. It protects the embryo from predators. D. It allows the embryo to stay moist on land.
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The amnion protects the embryo.
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An example of a monotreme is a(n) A. elephant. B. platypus. C. duck. D. kangaroo.
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An example of a monotreme is a: PLATYPUS.
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