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Question 1: The number of ________ of flowering plants is estimated to be in the range of 250,000 to 400,000.
Biological classificationSpeciesEvolutionLife

Question 2: The apparently sudden appearance of relatively modern flowers in the fossil record posed such a problem for the theory of evolution that it was called an "abominable mystery" by ________.
Charles Darwin's religious viewsCharles Darwin's educationNatural selectionCharles Darwin

Question 3: The ________, proposed by Arthur Cronquist in 1968 and published in its full form in 1981, is still widely used, but is no longer believed to accurately reflect phylogeny.
RosalesCronquist systemAPG III systemDicotyledon

Question 4: Frequently the influence of fertilization is felt beyond the ovary, and other parts of the flower take part in the formation of the fruit, e.g. the floral receptacle in the ________, strawberry and others.
Zestar AppleAppleGranny SmithYork Imperial

Question 5:
What divisio is Flowering plant a part of?

Question 6: [13] Yet, many fossil plants recognizable as belonging to modern families (including beech, oak, maple, and magnolia) appeared already at late ________.
Geologic time scaleCretaceous–Tertiary extinction eventDinosaurCretaceous

Question 7: An adaptation to terrestrialization was the development of upright meiosporangia for dispersal by ________ to new habitats.
PlantSporeCell wallFern

Question 8: The flowering plants are distinguished from other seed plants by a series of ________, or derived characteristics.
Computational phylogeneticsCladeCladisticsPhylogenetics

Question 9: Double fertilization refers to a process in which two ________ cells fertilize cells in the ovary.
SpermatozoonSpermFertilisationSexual reproduction

Question 10: Ceratophyllum — about 6 species[16] of aquatic plants, perhaps most familiar as ________ plants
Marine aquariumAquariumFishkeepingFreshwater aquarium

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