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Spore - a walled, single- to many-celled, reproductive body of an organism.
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Unlike toads, tortoises A. have lungs. B. have jaws and paired appendages. C. have true bone. D. have amniotic eggs
Weegy: Unlike toads, tortoises have amniotic eggs. (More)
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Unlike monocots, dicots have A. fibrous roots. B. vascular bundles arranged in a ring. C. floral parts in multiples of three. D. parallel veins in leaves.
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Unlike monocots, dicots have vascular bundles arranged in a ring.
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Which of the following flower parts is male? A. Ovary B. Stamen C. Style D. Carpel
Weegy: The stamen is the male part of the plant. (More)
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Do reptiles have lungs to oxygenate blood.
Weegy: YES - reptiles have lungs to oxygenate blood. (More)
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Which one of the following is a type of passive transport? A. Exocytosis B. Endocytosis C. Proton pumps D. Osmosis
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Osmosis is a type of passive transport.

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