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Question 1: They have stems, leaves, and ________ like other vascular plants.
Flowering plantFruitPlant stemRoot

Question 2: By far the largest group of ferns are the leptosporangiate ferns, but ferns as defined here (also called monilophytes) include ________, whisk ferns, marattioid ferns, and ophioglossoid ferns.
Flowering plantEquisetopsidaPlantEquisetum

Question 3: Rhizoids: ________-like structures (not true roots) that consist of single greatly-elongated cells, water and mineral salts are absorbed over the whole structure.
Flowering plantPlantPlant stemRoot

Question 4: ________ or Pteridium esculentum (bracken), the fiddleheads used as a cooked vegetable in Japan and are believed to be responsible for the high rate of stomach cancer in Japan.
BrackenFiddlehead fernFungusPlant

Question 5: "Air fern"—A group of ________ called hydrozoan that are distantly related to jellyfish and corals.

Question 6: Unlike ________ they have xylem and phloem (making them vascular plants).
Flowering plantMarchantiophytaMossFern

Question 7: Tree Fern Spores ________
San Jose, CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Diego County, CaliforniaSan Diego

Question 8: The gametophyte produces gametes (often both sperm and eggs on the same prothallus) by ________.
PreprophaseCell cycleMitosisMeiosis

Question 9: "Asparagus fern"—This may apply to one of several species of the monocot genus ________, which are flowering plants.
Folic acidAsparagusUnited StatesSpanish language

Question 10: Ferns first appear in the fossil record in the early-________ period.
Geologic time scaleOrdovicianCarboniferousDevonian


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