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5 Matching questions

  1. Bark
  2. Monocots
  3. Procambium
  4. Protoderm
  5. Zone Of Cell Division
  1. a -Outermost primary meristem
    -Gives rise to to epidermis
  2. b -Near tip of root
    -Includes apical meristem and quiescent center (slowly dividing cells may serve as replacement cells in the event of damage to meristem)
  3. c All tissues external to the vascular cmabium (phloem)
  4. d -Forms a stele where xylem and phloem develop
    (difference between monocots and dicots!)
  5. e -Vascular bundles scattered randomly (PIZZA)
    -Stem ground tissue is mostly parenchyma

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The combination of cork cambium and layers of cork (xylem)
  2. -Protoderm
    -Procambium
    -Ground Meristem
  3. Perpetually embryonic tissues
  4. -located between protoderm and procambium
    -Has endodermis (innermost layer of cortex; forms boundary between cortex and stele)
    -Stores food
    -FIlls the cortex (root area between stele and epidermis)
    -Gives rise to ground tissue system
  5. Upper half of leaf; cellsare collum-shaped

5 True/False questions

  1. StomataPores flanked by guard cells which regulate gas exchange and allow for transpiration (water loss)

          

  2. Cork Cambium-Forms a stele where xylem and phloem develop
    (difference between monocots and dicots!)

          

  3. Secondary GrowthThickening of roots and shoots

          

  4. Vascular Cambium-Produces a tough, thick covering for roots and stems that replaces the epidermis
    -Form to the outside

          

  5. Secondary Growth in Roots (in cork)-Vascular cambium and cork cambium are also present in roots
    -In roots and periderm is water resistant so... the secondary xylem and phloem anchor the plant and transport nutrients