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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Third whorl contains _____, which produce...
  2. Similar life cycle to
  3. What is the oldest tree?
  4. Some seeds only germinate after being passed through the digestive tract of the animal (which ensures dispersal), why?
  5. At the center of the fourth whorl is the...
  1. a Digestive enzymes break down the seed coat
    Feces provide a natural fertilizer
  2. b Bristlecone pine (~4800 years old)
    Named Methuselah
  3. c Gynoecium, which houses the female gametophytes

    Can have more than one carpel
  4. d Stamens; male gametophytes (pollen)

    NOT ALL FLOWERS HAVE STAMEN
  5. e Conifers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Small animals that bury them
  2. Timber for construction
    Paper
    Resin
    Taxol (used to treat cancer)
  3. Ovaries (ovary)
  4. Vertebrates
  5. Bees

5 True/False questions

  1. What are all sperm carried within?The emergence of the first root (radicle)

          

  2. Germination begins whenHave flowers and fruits and sporophyte covered seeds

          

  3. Some flowers (oaks, birches, cottonwoods, grasses) use _____ pollinationButterflies (flowers may have a perch)
    Moths (pollinate at night, so flowers are scented and white)
    Beetles and flies (flowers sometimes smell like rotting flesh)
    Bats and small mammals

          

  4. What defines germination?The emergence of the first root (radicle)

          

  5. Ungerminated seeds in the soil are theButterflies (flowers may have a perch)
    Moths (pollinate at night, so flowers are scented and white)
    Beetles and flies (flowers sometimes smell like rotting flesh)
    Bats and small mammals