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The petals of a flower have no reproductive function. True False
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User: A _____ is a stem growing from a plant that produces roots, stems, and leaves at various points. A common example is the strawberry plant. stolon stomata rhizome mitospore

User: The petals of a flower have no reproductive function. True False

Weegy: The petals of a flower have no reproductive function. FALSE.
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User: An onion or a daffodil reproduces by means of an underground structure called a _____. bulb tuber rhizome

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A stolon is a stem growing from a plant that produces roots, stems, and leaves at various points. A common example is the strawberry plant.



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An onion or a daffodil reproduces by means of an underground structure called a Bulb.
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