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5 Matching questions

  1. inflorescence
  2. Prokaryotic
  3. palmate leaf
  4. net like (netted)
  5. tap roots
  1. a An organism that does not have membrane bound organelles or a nuclear membrane is called
  2. b A group of flowers on a single plant is called an
  3. c Most dicot leaves have crisscross veins which are in a
  4. d These arrangement of the leaves can be grouped into two categories. When arranged like fingers on a hand, the arrangement is called:
  5. e Thick roots which extend directly down into the soil and may exceed 50 ft. in length are called

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. In plants, organelles that are colored green are called
  2. The absorptive roots of a plant which spread out in the upper 2 ft. of soil are called
  3. When leaves have a central stalk and small leaflets arise laterally they are called
  4. A flower which has both male and female parts is called
  5. The mature ovary of a flowering plant is called a

5 True/False questions

  1. stomataChloroplasts are packed with small disk-like structures called

          

  2. mitochondriaThe small organelles where the processes of respiration occur are called

          

  3. granaChloroplasts are packed with small disk-like structures called

          

  4. prop rootsThick roots which originate from above ground plants are called

          

  5. vacuolesThe veins on leaves can be situated in one or two manners. Most monocot leaves have veins which are alongside of each other in a

          

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