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5 Matching questions

  1. vacuoles
  2. Prokaryotic
  3. compound leaf
  4. Cotyledons
  5. prop roots
  1. a The storage part of a seed which emerges as a pair in dicotyledonous plants, but remains below the soil surface in monocotyledonous plants are called
  2. b Storage spaces in cells which hold starch, oils, or other chemicals in high concentration are called
  3. c A leaf which has more than one part is called a
  4. d Thick roots which originate from above ground plants are called
  5. e An organism that does not have membrane bound organelles or a nuclear membrane is called

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Continuous masses of cells in the cortex of stems and roots, in the pith of stems, in leaf mesophyll and in the flesh of fruits is called
  2. A swollen stem structure that occurs underground and is used for food storage is
  3. Many flowers have become showy and colored in an attempt to entice animals to collect and transmit
  4. Small units within cells that function like small organs
  5. Small openings in the bark of trees and the epidermis of apples and pears which allow for gas exchange are called

5 True/False questions

  1. mitochondriaThe leafless piece of stem between cotyledons are called

          

  2. internodesThe leafless piece of stem between cotyledons are called

          

  3. thylakoidGrana are attached to a massive membrane called

          

  4. bulbA swollen stem structure that occurs at the base of a stem and contains many compressed leaf-like structures is called a

          

  5. ChloroplastsThick roots which originate from above ground plants are called