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Part A-Gymnosperm diversity Indicate whether each description applies to a specific group of gymnosperms or to all gymnosperms. Drag each item to the appropriate bin. View Available Hint(s) Reset Help - cycads only ginkgos only gnetophytes only conifers only all gymnosperms redwoods undergo alternation of generations includes three genera that vary greatly in appearance all species produce cones pines only one living species today seeds do not form in an enclosed structure have palmlike leaves leaves have fanlike appearance Submit Previous Answers
Part B - Life cycle of a gymnosperm The diagram below illustrates the life cycle of one type of gymnosperm, a conifer. Indicate which structures in the life cycle are haploid or diploid (using labels of Group 2), and label the processes (using labels of Group 1) and stages (using labels of Group 3). Drag the labels to their appropriate locations on the diagram. Labels may be used more than once. View Available Hint(s) (s) Reset Help Group 1 Group 1 Group 1 microspore pollen grain a cones with microsporangia Group 2 mitosis Group 3 3 molosis mother cell meiosis pollination haploid ovulate cone pollen grain diploid ovules (contain megasporangia) Group 2 archegonia gametophyto seed embryo sporophyte fertilization Group 3 Group 3 eggs Group 2 Group 2 Adapted from Biological Science by Freeman Pearson Education, Inc.
|Have palm-like leaves
Only one living species today
Leaves have fan-like appearances.
|Includes 3 genera that vary greatly in
All species produce cones
Undergo alternation of generation
Seeds are not formed in an enclosed structure.
2. Labels are provided right next to the boxes.
View Available Hint(s) Reset Help Pollination Group 1 Meiosis Mitosis Group 1 Group 1 microspore pollen grain cones with microsporangia Group 3 Group 2 Haploid Gametophyte mother meiosis mitosis meiosis cell polination haploid pollen grain diploid ovulate cone ovules (contain Group 2 megasporangia) diploid archegonia seed embryo fertilization gametophyto sporophyto Group 2 Sporophyte eggs Group 3 Gametophyte Adapted from Biologica Schence by Freeman Pearson Education, Inc. diploid Group 2 Diploid