← Exam 2 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a When the leaf apex has an abrupt, short, sharp, rigid tip.
- b An unbranched inflorescence with sessile flowers.
- c Narrow with parallel sides and a length usually over four times the width.
- d Sharp marginal teeth of a leaf projecting at right angles to the margin.
- e A deciduous, pendent, or erect spike-like inflorescence comprised of unisexual, apetalous flowers.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The second set of "floral leaves" or perianth of a flower located between the sepals and stamens, usually colored or white.
- A rough rasp-like surface to the touch.
- Tapering to a point with the two margins having straight sides and forming an angle less than 90 degrees.
- Sharp teeth of the leaf margin directed forward towards the apex.
- Scattered long, soft, nearly straight hairs.
5 True/False Questions
Hypanthium → The female sex organ of the flower that produces seeds and is positioned in the center of the flower; consists of stigma, style, and ovary; made up of one or more carpels.
Ciliate → With a marginal fringe of small hairs, these being finer than fimbriate.
Perianth → The petals and sepals of a flower taken collectively.
Entire → Elongate stalk between the ovary and stigma of the carpel through which the pollen tube grows.
Pedicel → Supporting stalk of a flower.