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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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Plants are classified as A. unicellular autotrophs. B. unicellular heterotrophs. C. multicellular autotrophs. D. multicellular heterotrophs.
Weegy: Plants are classified multicellular autotrophs. User: Liverworts transport water and nutrients within their bodies by A. specialized vascular tissue. B. absorption alone. C. absorption and transpiration. D. osmosis and diffusion. Weegy: Liverworts transport water and nutrients within their bodies by absorption alone. (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.
Weegy: B. sporangium. User: In ferns the archegonia and antheridia develop on A. the tip of the gametophyte. B. the underside of the gametophyte. C. the roots of the gametophyte. D. the underside of the sporophyte. Weegy: In ferns the archegonia and antheridia develop on B. the underside of the gametophyte. User: The male reproductive parts of a flower are called A. petals. B. stamens. C. sepals. D. carpels. Weegy: B. stamens. (More)
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The gametophyte of a liverwort produces sperm in a structure called an antheridium.
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Growing a new spider plant from the plantlets of a parent plant is an example of A. vegetative reproduction. B. double fertilization. C. sexual reproduction. D. self pollination.
Weegy: B. vegetative reproduction User: Ferns and mosses are alike in that they can reproduce sexually only when A. the sporophytes are small. B. the gametophytes germinate. C. a film of water covers the sporophyte. D. a film of water covers the gametophyte Weegy: D. a film of water covers the gametophyte. User: The products of photosynthesis move through the plant through A. diffusion. B. xylem. C. tracheids. D. phloem. Weegy: The phloem. phloem is the living tissue that carries organic nutrients (known as photosynthate), in particular, sucrose, a sugar, to all parts of the plant where needed. User: Seedless vascular plants include A. mosses, liverworts and hornworts. B. club mosses, horsetails and ferns. C. conifers, cycads and ginkgos. D. all species of angiosperms. Weegy: A. mosses, liverworts and hornworts. User: The gametophyte is much larger than the sporophyte in all of the following except A. mosses. B. liverworts. C. pine trees. D. horsetails. Weegy: The gametophyte is much larger than the sporophyte in all of the following except D. horsetails User: The protective outer layer of a plant contains what type of tissue? A. ground B. vascular C. dermal D. meristematic Weegy: The protective outer layer of a plant contains what type of tissue? - C. dermal. (More)
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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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