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Match the terms with the most suitable description. ____ ovule a. pollen tube together with its contents ____ receptacle b. consists of seven cells, one with two nuclei ____ double fertilization c. after fertilization, develops into a seed ____ anther d. embryonic shoot ____ plumule e. pollen sacs inside ____ mature female gametophyte f. swollen stem; base of flower ____ mature male gametophyte g. formation of zygote and first cell of endosperm

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Cecie Starr + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337408332

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Chapter 29, Problem 14SQ
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Match the terms with the most suitable description.

____ ovule a. pollen tube together with its contents
____ receptacle b. consists of seven cells, one with two nuclei
____ double fertilization c. after fertilization, develops into a seed
____ anther d. embryonic shoot
____ plumule e. pollen sacs inside
____ mature female gametophyte f. swollen stem; base of flower
____ mature male gametophyte g. formation of zygote and first cell of endosperm

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