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Plant Evolution and Diversity

Plant Evolution and Diversity

Plant Evolution and Diversity: Herbivorous and Proud of It True or False

1. What is NOT a way to detect evolutionary relationships? -> Biochemical
2. Angiosperms became the dominant plants in the world because -> of all of the above
3. Phylogenetics is the study of -> how species are related to each other
4. One of the challenges plants needed to overcome when they moved to land was -> drying out
5. A pollen grain contains -> a microgametophyte
6. What type of fossil would you need a microscope to see? -> Fossil pollen
7. From the evolution of bryophytes to the evolution of angiosperms, the gametophyte generation -> grew to ten times its original size
8. You board a plane in California and get off in Spain. When you arrive, you are not surprised to see similar plants to the ones you saw in California, because of -> convergent evolution
9. An example of a living fossil is -> silverswords in Hawaii
10. What levels of organization do NOT evolve? -> Populations