Activities Quiz
1.

Which of these is a male gametophyte? (Activity 30A)

question #1

A
B
C
D
E


2.

In pines, the female gametophyte contains _____, each of which contains a(n) _____. (Activity 30A)

archegonia ... egg
archegonia ... sperm cell
antheridia ... egg
antheridia ... sperm cell
microsporangia ... egg cell


3.

In pines, an embryo is a(n) _____. (Activity 30A)

seed
immature sporophyte
food reserve for the immature sporophyte
immature male gametophyte
immature female gametophyte


4.

In pine trees, pollen grains get to the ovule via the _____. (Activity 30A)

micropyle
eggs
megaspore
pollen cone
integuments


5.

Which of these statements is true about the gametophyte tissue that surrounds the pine embryo? (Activity 30A)

It functions as a haploid food reserve.
It functions as a diploid food reserve.
It functions as a triploid food reserve.
It develops from the fusion of a microspore and a megaspore.
It is the remnant of the pollen tube.


6.

Of the four haploid cells produced by a pine cone's megaspore mother cell, _____ survive(s). (Activity 30A)

one
two
three
four
five


7.

In the pine, microsporangia form _____ microspores by _____. (Activity 30A)

triploid ... fertilization
diploid ... mitosis
diploid ... meiosis
haploid ... mitosis
haploid ... meiosis


8.

Ovules are found within structure _____. (Activity 30B)

question #8

A
B
C
D
E


9.

Which of these is unique to flowering plants? (Activity 30B)

a dominant sporophyte generation
an embryo surrounded by nutritive tissue
haploid gametophytes
double fertilization
pollen production


10.

The male gametophytes of flowering plants are also referred to as _____. (Activity 30B)

endosperm
male sporophytes
megaspores
pollen grains
embryo sacs


11.

In flowering plants the integument of the ovule develops into a(n) _____. (Activity 30B)

endosperm
cotyledon
fruit
sporophyte
seed coat


12.

A carpel is composed of _____. (Activity 30B)

ovary, ovule, and anther
ovule, megasporocyte, and anther
zygote, anther, and endosperm
stigma, style, and ovary
petal, sepal, and stamen


13.

In flowering plants one megaspore gives rise to _____ nuclei. (Activity 30B)

four diploid
four haploid
eight haploid
eight diploid
microsporangia


14.

A stamen consists of _____. (Activity 30B)

anther and filament
stigma and style
stigma and anther
stigma and filament
ovary and sepal


15.

"Pollination" is the transfer of pollen grain to the _____ of a flower on the same plant or another plant of the same species. (Activity 30B)

style
anther
ovulate cone
stigma
ovary



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