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Posted by on Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 7:20pm.

Ferns have roots, stems, and leaves just like seed plants. Why are they classified separately? (1 point)

Their leaves are compound and feathery.
They produce cones to reproduce.
Their roots are only shallow rhizomes.
They produce spores instead of seeds.

The first plants to grow in new environments are usually ____. (1 point)

ferns and horsetails
liverworts and mosses
mosses and ferns

Roots have all of the following functions EXCEPT to ______. (1 point)

anchor the plant
absorb water
store food
make food

Nonvascular plants get water and nutrients through ____. (1 point)

leaf stomata
cell absorption

vascular tissue

My answers:
2. They produce spores instead of seeds.
3. mosses and ferns
4. store food
5. cell absorption

  • Science ASAP - , Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 7:25pm

    4. make food
    Roots do store food. An example is a potato. We eat the root, not the plant.

  • Science ASAP - , Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 4:30pm

    yeah i would agree with kaylin

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