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Question 1: The pistil is made up of two fused ________ and the style is very short, with two lobes.
Flowering plantGynoeciumStamenFlower

Question 2: The family is cosmopolitan, but is concentrated in the northern temperate regions and reaches maximal diversity around the ________.
Mediterranean BasinCircumboreal RegionCape Floristic RegionPhytochorion

Question 3: Rapeseed field in Germany (________)
JiaoziRapeseedMooncakeGarland chrysanthemum

Question 4:
What kind of animal is a Brassicaceae?

Question 5: ________ occurs by entomogamy, nectar is produced at the base of the stamens and stored on the sepals.
PlantFlowerFlowering plantPollination

Question 6: Samara-like siliquae of ________
Reseda (plant)Isatis tinctoriaTyrian purpleMaclura tinctoria

Question 7: There is often an indehiscent beak at the top of the style and one or more ________ may be borne there.
Flowering plantFruitPlantSeed

Question 8: Some examples of cruciferous food plants are the cabbage, ________, cauliflower, turnip, rapeseed, mustard, radish, horseradish, cress, wasabi and watercress.
Brussels sproutKaleBroccoliVitamin

Question 9: It opens by two valves, which are the modified carpels, leaving the ________ attached to a framework made up of the placenta and tissue from the junction between the valves (replum).
SeedFruitFlowering plantPlant

Question 10: ________ (woad) was used in the past to produce the colour indigo.
Maclura tinctoriaIsatis tinctoriaTyrian purpleReseda (plant)


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