Question: 21 Of 50 DOUBLE FERTILIZATION Refers To: One Sperm Staying In The Pollen On The Stigma And The Other Fertilizing The Egg One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Fertilizing The Megaspore One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Fertilizing The Primary Endosperm Cell One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Being A Reserve I Case It Is Needed …

Question: 21 Of 50 DOUBLE FERTILIZATION Refers To: One Sperm Staying In The Pollen On The Stigma And The Other Fertilizing The Egg One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Fertilizing The Megaspore One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Fertilizing The Primary Endosperm Cell One Sperm Fertilizing The Egg And The Other Being A Reserve I Case It Is Needed …

21 of 50 DOUBLE FERTILIZATION refers to: one sperm staying in the pollen on the stigma and the other fertilizing the egg one

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21 of 50 DOUBLE FERTILIZATION refers to: one sperm staying in the pollen on the stigma and the other fertilizing the egg one sperm fertilizing the egg and the other fertilizing the megaspore one sperm fertilizing the egg and the other fertilizing the primary endosperm cell one sperm fertilizing the egg and the other being a reserve i case it is needed too 22 of 50 What structure is located at the connection of a sieve-tube element to adjacent sieve-tube elements? Vessel elements O Companion cells Pits Sieve plates 23 of 50 Which type of tissue enables most land plants to transport various materials throughout the plant body? O Meristematic tissue O Vascular tissue Dermal tissue O Ground tissue 24 of 50 All of the following are characteristic of angiosperms except fruit for dispersal of seeds O styles and stigmas free-living gametophytes double internal fertilization 25 of 50 The water potential in root tissue was found to be 0.15 MPa. If you take the root tissue and place it in a sucrose solution with a water potential of 0.32 MPa, net water flow would be from the sucrose solution to the tissue be in both directions and the concentrations would remain equal be from the tissue to the sucrose solution be impossible to determine from the values given here 26 of 50 In a gymnosperm the O embryo: haploid seed coat: haploid O endosperm: triploid seed coat: diploid O endosperm: diploid