5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Epidermal cells in the Zone of Maturation may become
- Fibrous Root System
- The 2 types of Root systems
- Wood is Made of
- Sheath (monocots)/ Petiole (dicots)
- a Pith, Primary Xylem, and Secondary Xylem.
- b Fibrous Root system and Taproot System (Typical of Dicots).
- c Attaches Leaf to the Stem.
- d Consists of many tiny roots that branch repeatedly shallowly beneath the soil.
- e Elongated, forming root hair which increase the surface for absorption.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Complete the life cycle in on year. Example are Wild flowers.
- Fibers and Sclerosis.
- Leaves modified to stre water. Examples are glassworts, sea purse lane, and ice plants.
- Elevate the leaves and flowers to compete for sunlight and reproduction.
- 1) Subterranean portion of the plantbody.
2) Functions: Anchorage, support, absorption of water and inorganic nutrients.
5 True/False Questions
2 Type of Meristems → 1) Located only at the roots and shoots.
2) Produce primary growth.
3) Its growth is in LENGTH.
Terminal Bud → Tissue at the tip of the stem; contains the apical meristem.
Leaves → Typically bladed and flat to maximize the surface area exposed to solar radiation.
1st Example of Dermal Tissue System - Leaf epidermal cells → 1) Vessel Elements - Larger, main conductive cell type.
2) Tracheids - Smaller, more primitive cell type. Its cells are dead at maturity.
Rhizomes → Elongated cells. Example is hemp rope/ twine.