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The seeds of cycads develop within a A. fruit. B. pistil. C. cone. D. flower.
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User: The seeds of cycads develop within a A. fruit. B. pistil. C. cone. D. flower.

Weegy: The seeds of cycads develop within a cone.
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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.
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