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In what way is fertilization different in angiosperms than in other plants? a. Two fertilization events take place in angiosperms, producing a zygote and endosperm. b. In angiosperms, a sperm
fuses with an egg to produce a zygote. c. Unlike other plants, angiosperms require water for fertilization to take place. d. Angiosperms are the only plants to produce seeds after fertilization takes place.
In angiosperms the pollen tube germinates from the pollen grain and grows the entire ... to a double fertilization. One sperm unites with the egg cell to produce the embryo
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User: In what way is fertilization different in angiosperms than in other plants? a. Two fertilization events take place in angiosperms, producing a zygote and endosperm. b. In angiosperms, a sperm fuses with an egg to produce a zygote. c. Unlike other plants, angiosperms require water for fertilization to take place. d. Angiosperms are the only plants to produce seeds after fertilization takes place.

Weegy: In angiosperms the pollen tube germinates from the pollen grain and grows the entire ... to a double fertilization. One sperm unites with the egg cell to produce the embryo
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User: In angiosperms, flowers are adaptations for reproduction. Which of the following does NOT usually describe flowers that are pollinated by animals? a. They produce nectar to attract pollinators. b. They are tiny. c. They pollinate more efficiently than windpollinated plants. d. They are brightly colored.

Weegy: b. They are tiny.
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User: What structure forms during angiosperm fertilization but does not form during fertilization among other types of plants? a. a haploid egg cell b. a triploid cell c. a haploid sperm cell d. a diploid zygote

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