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Question 1:
What period does the fossils of the Vascular plant come from?
mid Early Triassic to Early Cretaceous
Mid Silurian to Early Devonian
Mid Cretaceous
Mid-Silurian, - Recent

Question 2: By contrast, the principal generation phase in non-vascular plants is usually the gametophyte, which is ________ with one set of chromosomes per cell.
KaryotypeChromosomal translocationPloidyPolyploidy

Question 3: Vascular plants (also known as tracheophytes or higher plants) are those ________ that have lignified tissues for conducting water, minerals, and photosynthetic products through the plant.
PlantFungusArchaeplastidaRed algae

Question 4: In vascular plants, the principal generation phase is the sporophyte, which is usually diploid with two sets of ________ per cell.
KaryotypeChromosomal translocationChromosomeAutosome

Question 5: Sieve-tube members lack such organs as nuclei or ________, but cells next to them, the companion cells, function to keep the sieve-tube members alive.
MitochondrionEndoplasmic reticulumCell (biology)Ribosome

Question 6: It is possible for there to be no ________ and therefore no pull of water towards the shoots and leaves.
PlantEvapotranspirationEvaporationPrecipitation (meteorology)

Question 7: ________ and water from the soil and the organic compounds produced in leaves are distributed to specific areas in the plant through the xylem and phloem.
NutrientOxygenNutritionDietary mineral

Question 8: A tracheid cell wall usually contains the polymer ________.

Question 9: Sugars are produced in the leaves (a source) by photosynthesis and transported to the roots (a sink) for use in ________ or storage.
Cellular respirationProteinGlycolysisMetabolism

Question 10: Vascular plants include the ferns, clubmosses, flowering plants, ________ and other gymnosperms.


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