5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- vascular plants
- a have tissues made of cells that transport water and nutrients throughout the plant.
- b root-like growths on mosses and liverworts that anchor the plant to a surface and do not have vascular tissues.
- c part of the flower that holds one or more ovules.
- d the process of a seed sprouting and its growth into a young plant.
- e tiny pores that allow carbon dioxide to enter a leaf and oxygen and water vapor to exit.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the male part of the flower.
- the reproductive organ of angiosperms.
- vascular, seed producing plants whose seeds are not enclosed in a fruit.
- a structure that contains a plant embryo and a supply of food inside a protective covering.
- a ripened ovary that contains angiosperm seeds.
5 True/False Questions
xylem → a vascular tissue that carries sugars and other foods throughout a plant.
non-vascular plants → do not have any tissues to transport water and nutrients.
pollination → the process of a seed sprouting and its growth into a young plant.
pistil → a ripened ovary that contains angiosperm seeds.
vascular tissues → cells organized into tube-like structures that transport water, minerals, and food throughout a plant.