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Horsetails and ferns reproduce by making millions of powdery spores, which are _______. A. dropped in place B. blown by the wind C. transported by insects D. eaten and distributed by animals
Horsetails and ferns reproduce by making millions of powdery spores, which are B. blown by the wind.
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User: Horsetails and ferns reproduce by making millions of powdery spores, which are _______. A. dropped in place B. blown by the wind C. transported by insects D. eaten and distributed by animals

Weegy: Horsetails and ferns reproduce by making millions of powdery spores, which are B. blown by the wind.
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User: What was the dominant subphylum of plants when dinosaurs were on earth? A. Cycadophyta B. Coniferophyta C. Ginkgophyta D. Gnetophyta

Weegy: Many of the plants that lived during the age of the dinosaurs, the Mesozoic Era, which includes the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous Periods, are alive today and are scattered about the globe. [ They are as follows: the family Araucariaceae’s Wollemia nobilis (Wollemi Pine), Araucaria araucana (Monkey Puzzle Tree), Araucaria bidwillii (Bunya Bunya), Araucaria columnaris, Araucaria rulei, Araucaria montana, Araucaria angustifolia, etc. ]
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