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5 Matching questions

  1. Monocots
  2. Secondary Growth
  3. Bark
  4. Procambium
  5. Tissue Organization of Leaves
  1. a Thickening of roots and shoots
  2. b -Epidermis
    -Stomata
  3. c -Vascular bundles scattered randomly (PIZZA)
    -Stem ground tissue is mostly parenchyma
  4. d All tissues external to the vascular cmabium (phloem)
  5. e -Forms a stele where xylem and phloem develop
    (difference between monocots and dicots!)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -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
  2. -Vacular tissue is organized into strands of vascular bundles that run the length of the stem
    -Each vascular bundle is surrounded by ground tissue
    -These converge at the shoot - root transition to join the root stele
  3. -Outermost primary meristem
    -Gives rise to to epidermis
  4. -Located farthest from the root tip
    -Where new cells become specialized
  5. -Above the zone of cell division
    -Cells elongate to at least 10x their original length
    -Elongation of cells here pushes the root tip through soil

5 True/False questions

  1. Dicots-Ground tissue includes PITH (inside) and CORTEX (outside)
    -Vascular bundles are arranged in a RING with XYLEM facing PITH (inside)
    PHLOEM facing CORTEX (outside)

          

  2. Zone Of Cell Division-Above the zone of cell division
    -Cells elongate to at least 10x their original length
    -Elongation of cells here pushes the root tip through soil

          

  3. MeristemsPerpetually embryonic tissues

          

  4. Palisade parenchymalower half of leaf cells equipped to perform photosynthesis

          

  5. Apical MeristemsLocated in root tips and shoot buds; involved in primary growth