Clonal colony: Quiz

Question 1: [1] Another possible candidate is a stand of the marine plant Posidonia oceanica in the ________, which could be up to 100,000 years of age.
Atlantic OceanMediterranean SeaPacific OceanIndian Ocean

Question 2: A few plant species can form colonies via asexual seeds, termed ________, e.
Flowering plantPlant reproductionApomixisPseudogamy

Question 3: ostrich fern Matteuccia struthiopteris and ________.

Question 4: The only known plant of King's Lomatia (Lomatia tasmanica) in ________ is a clonal colony estimated to be 43,600 years old.
Victoria (Australia)Western AustraliaAustraliaTasmania

Question 5: In ________, "individuals" typically refers to the visible fruiting bodies or mushrooms that develop from a common mycelium which, although spread over a large area, is otherwise hidden in the soil.

Question 6: Although many plants reproduce sexually through the production of seed, some plants reproduce by underground ________ or rhizomes.

Question 7: A number of herbaceous flowering plants form clonal colonies via horizontal surface stems termed ________, or runners; e.g.

Question 8: g., plants, fungi, or ________) that have grown in a given location, all originating vegetatively (not sexually) from a single ancestor.
BacteriaGram-positive bacteriaCorynebacteriumGram-negative bacteria

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