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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Which correctly pairs a challenge to living on land with the relevant plant adaptation?


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Question 2.

Which lists plant adaptations in proper order from the most ancestral (present in the largest number of groups) to the most derived?

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Question 3.
Unlike humans and other animals, plants have _____.


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Question 4.
In the moss life cycle, the diploid stage is the _____.


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Question 5.

Ferns have vascular tissue, an adaptation to life on land, but they have an ancestral reproductive trait that tends to limit them to moist habitats. What is it?

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Question 6.
Pine trees and other gymnosperms have _____ but not _____, which are present only in angiosperms.


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Question 7.
A pollen grain is a _____.


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Question 8.

Fungi _____ food through the _____.

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Question 9.
Fungi _____.


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Question 10.
In their most important roles, fungi _____ plants by _____.


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