5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- granum (or grana)
- perfect OR imperfect
- leaf scar
- a stem morphology; a scar marking the former point of attachment of a leaf or petiole to the stem.
- b stacks of thylakoids within a chloroplast.
- c the science and technology of culturing, utilizing and improving forest trees and their products (ex. pulp, resins, oils, etc.)
- d flower types; contains both the pistil and stamen OR lacks either pistil or stamen.
- e a length of DNA that codes for the production of protein or protein subunit. Also codes for active RNAs, such as tRNA.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a single stranded chain of sugar-phosphates (ribo sugar-phosphates) containing nucleic acids (adenine, uracil, guanine, and cytosine)
- biochemical reaction of respiration; occurs in the matrix of the mitochondria and all the time (if oxygen is present). Outputs CO2 and metabolic energy.
- basic cell type, longer than wide; unevenly thickened, non-lignified primary cell walls. Support in growing tissues. Examples: strings in celery stalks.
- a ripened or matured ovary and its content plus any accessory tissues.
- after the biochemical reactions of respiration, now the plant has converted all the original energy that was stored in the carbon-carbon bonds of glucose back into the various metabolic energy compounds it needs to power its metabolism. The plant can use the NADH or FADH2 directly, or convert it to ATP for metabolism. Remember, these forms of metabolic energy cannot be stored or transported very easily, so respiration must occur in every cell and it must occur at the exact time the metabolic energy is needed.
5 True/False Questions
monoecious → plant types based on flower type present; both staminate (male) and pistillate (female) flowers occur on the same plant; ex. corn, cucumber
seed → a ripened or mature ovule consisting of an embryo with associated stored food and covered by a testa.
cytosol → fluid portion of the cytoplasm; a solution of dissolved/suspended compounds. Most metabolism occurs in here or the organelles.
gymnosperms → stem morphology; part of the stem marking the point of attachment of leaves, flowers, fruits, buds, and others stems. The internode is the part of the stem between nodes.
enzyme → stem morphology; part of the stem marking the point of attachment of leaves, flowers, fruits, buds, and others stems. The internode is the part of the stem between nodes.