← Plant Unit Test Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Benefits of soy
- Growth inhibiting hormone
- a contains all the essential amino acids, rich in antioxidants and fiber, low in fat, lowers LDLs and triglycerides while maintaining HDLs.
- b The sticky tip of a flower's carpel, which traps pollen grains
- c interspecific relationship in which both partners benefit.
- d The multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms undergoing alternation of generations; results from a union of gametes and meiotically produces haploid spores that grow into the gametophyte generation.
- e abscisic acid
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - Control
- Tip removed
- Tip covered by opaque cap
- Tip covered by transparent cap
- Base covered by opaque cap
1. Tip of shoot was responsible for sensing light
2. Growth response for the bending of the shoot occurs below the tip
3. Some signal was transmitted downward from the tip to the growth region of the shoot
- A term traditionally used to refer to flowering plants that have two embryonic seed leaves, or cotyledons; branched veins; vascular bundles arranged in a ring; petals in multiples of 4 or 5; taproot.
- fungal infection
- - rock particles of various sizes, living organisms, and humus. It is home to an astonishing number and variety of bacteria, algae, and other protists, fungi, and small animals such as earthworms, roundworms, and burrowing insects.
- one type of bioremediation, the use of living organisms to detoxify polluted sites
5 True/False Questions
Structure producing pollen grains → fruit
Characteristics of fungi → heterotrophic eukaryotes; digest food externally and absorb the nutrients; found everywhere (soil and water); mostly decomposers, some parasitic
cohesion → The attraction between different kinds of molecules
Carnivorous Plants → The multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms undergoing alternation of generations; results from a union of gametes and meiotically produces haploid spores that grow into the gametophyte generation.
xylem → The densely branched network of hyphae in a fungus