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Spinach and cabbage are _____. the leaves of plants the fruit of plants the buds of immature flowers
Spinach and cabbage are, the answer is the buds of immature flowers.
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User: Spinach and cabbage are _____. the leaves of plants the fruit of plants the buds of immature flowers

Weegy: Spinach and cabbage are, the answer is the buds of immature flowers.
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User: Plants don't necessarily need _____ to conduct photosynthesis. sunlight chlorophyll nitrogen carbon dioxide nutrients water

User: _____ cause fruits to grow bigger and flowers to bloom earlier. Cytokinin Abscisic acid (ABA) Ethylene Gibberellin

User: Cell structures that plant and animal cells don't share are _____. a cell wall peroxisomes a large central vacuole lysosomes vesicles chloroplasts ribosomes Golgi complex cytoskeleton

User: If plants were utilized to their fullest potential, they could resolve world hunger. True False

Weegy: True.
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User: Owners of nurseries most likely conduct _____ to grow many of their plants and fruit trees. vegetative propagation vegetative reproduction propagation reproduction

User: Actual germination of a seed occurs when the moisture content is at least 9%. True False

User: The endosymbiotic theory _____. suggests that all cells depend on one another suggests that a prokaryote ate another prokaryote to produce eukaryotes was supported by Carl Woese was supported by similarities between prokaryote and eukaryote nuclei

Weegy: The endosymbiotic theory suggests that a prokaryote ate another prokaryote to produce eukaryotes.
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User: The Bartlett pear is a fruit reproduced primarily by _____. layering cutting grafting

User: match the terms. 1. bulbs Banana trees and bamboo have these horizontal stems that can divide and grow in several directions at once. 2. corms Onions and garlic reproduce using these. 3. rhizomes Gladiolus and freesia plants have these special stems that are short and fleshy with a bud for growth of new stems and leaves, and an area on the bottom for root growth. 4. stolons These are fleshy, enlarged stems like the potato. 5. tubers Strawberry plants and Bermuda grass have these stems that produce other stems and leaves on top, and roots on bottom.

Weegy: 2. corm
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User: Which three types of cells are part of ground tissue, storing food, conducting photosynthesis, and providing support? cortex pith parenchyma collenchyma sclerenchyma xylem phloem

Weegy: The three types of cells are part of ground tissue, storing food, conducting photosynthesis, and providing support are: parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma.
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User: Match the following parts of a flower with their descriptions. 1. pistil divided into three parts: stigma, ovary, and style 2. stamen the most colorful parts of the flower 3. sepal green, leaf-like covers at the bottom of the flower 4. receptacle the male part of the flower 5. petals connects the stem to the flower

Weegy: 1. pistil: divided into three parts: stigma, ovary, and style. 2. stamen: the male part of the flower. 3. sepal: green, leaf-like covers at the bottom of the flower . 4. receptacle: connects the stem to the flower. 5. [ petals: the most colorful parts of the flower. ]
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