Botany Practice Questions 4 with Answers

 

  1. The Carboniferous was sometimes referred to (mistakenly) as the “Age of Ferns” because ___
  2. The extant gymnosperm phylum known as the Ginkgophyta is monotypic, meaning it has but one ___
  3. Ginkgo biloba is regarded as a “living fossil” because it ___
  4. Ginkgo biloba is ___
  5. Morphologically, a short shoot in Pinus is a ___
  6. Thick cuticle and sunken stomata are ___
  7. Inside the young pine pollen grain are four cells, which represent the ___
  8. Pines are ___
  9. Inside the pine pollen grain is a ___
  10. The pine pollen grain will ___
  11. Cotyledons of pine embryos are also known as ___
  12. “Cycadeoids” had ___
  13. Cycads are dioecious, meaning there are ___
  14. In cycads, as in all other gymnosperms, a pollen tube is ___
  15. Cycad fossils are ___
  16. Morphologically, the female (seed) cones of cycads are ___
  17. “Gnetophytes” like Ephedra ___
  18. Conifers arose in the ___

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