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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Wind (e.g. maize pollen blows over to the female flower parts)
2. Insect (e.g. bees transfer pollen to new flowers as they move around collecting nectar)

B is NOT correct, because...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Halts mitochondrial ATP formation, but allows continued O2 consumption.

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MaryCalvert
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Leaf type

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Carried
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Both a dipolid embryo and triploid endosperm are formed

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Mhaldorson
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
To attract animals for pollination

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Ruso
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Rome, Italy

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Brittanyyy
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Capable of drying out- leaves fold up around the stem and Desiccate/rehydrate cycle with the enviroment conditions

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Absence of vascular tissues allows more energy for growth

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LAREprep
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Xerophyte, mesophyte, hydrophyte

Xerophytes are plants that require little moisture to survive and are often referred to as drought tolerant. Mesophytes are plants that are adapted to...Read More

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Munozesol
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
From sunlight

Plants use sunlight to make food.

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ASaafir
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Plants

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Rimsha majid
Answered: Mar 07, 2018

Fungi don't have roots leaves and stems

Plants have leaves roots and stems

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M. Krasinski, Content Writer
Answered: Jul 04, 2019
You have to realize that hay is grass but the hay is the dried version of grass. Hay is usually stocked because they are used for different things. There are some that are used to feed the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Bryophytes

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