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5 Matching questions

  1. cork cambium
  2. xylem
  3. apical meristem
  4. sieve tubes
  5. cohesion
  1. a produces outer protective layer of the bark
  2. b the conducting strands in phloem
  3. c the woody part of plants: the supporting and water/nutrient-conducting tissue, consisting primarily of tracheids and vessels. dead cells at maturity, fused end to end with perforations between
  4. d embryonic plant tissue in the tips of roots and in the buds of shoots that supplies cells for the plant to grow in length
  5. e refers to the hydrogen-bonding between water molecules to make a chain of water from leaf to roots

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a meristem that thickens the roots and shoots of woody plants, contributing to secondary growth i.e. vascular cambium and cork cambium
  2. the process by which evaporation at the leaf surface pulls water up the tree through xylem
  3. phloem moves sugars from where they are made to where they are needed. This can be referred to as movement from ______ to _______
  4. tendency of plants to grow toward a source of light b/c of the movement of auxin to the opposing side of the plant, giving that side more nutrients to grow and lean in
  5. produces new xylem and phloem in stems

5 True/False questions

  1. phloem sapa mixture of sugar, nutrients, and water that flows through phloem vessels in a plant


  2. meristematic tissueplant tissue found only in the tips of shoots and roots; responsible for plant growth via mitosis


  3. spring woodcharacterized by dark color due to densely packed xylem produced in the summertime


  4. cohesion-tension theorytheory that explains how the physical properties of water allow it to move through the xylem of plants due to evaporation


  5. water potentialwater always moves from areas of high concentration to low- created by high solute concentration and/or low pressure


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