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5 Matching questions

  1. xylem
  2. fibrous roots
  3. parallel
  4. lenticels
  5. vacuoles
  1. a Small openings in the bark of trees and the epidermis of apples and pears which allow for gas exchange are called
  2. b The absorptive roots of a plant which spread out in the upper 2 ft. of soil are called
  3. c The veins on leaves can be situated in one or two manners. Most monocot leaves have veins which are alongside of each other in a
  4. d Storage spaces in cells which hold starch, oils, or other chemicals in high concentration are called
  5. e Conducting tissue which has no cell membranes and in effect is dead is called

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Cells which are dead at maturity and have thickened, often lignified cell walls are called
  2. The process in which a seed absorbs water and begins growth is called
  3. A mature ovary of a plant in which the seeds are scattered inside of a fleshy body is called a
  4. Strands of living tissue found beneath the epidermis in stems and petioles that are adapted to provide support of young growing organs is called
  5. The mature ovary of a flowering plant is called a

5 True/False questions

  1. mitochondriaThe small organelles where the processes of respiration occur are called

          

  2. tuberA mature ovary of a plant in which the seed is enclosed in a hardened shell with a fleshy outer layer is a

          

  3. CotyledonsThe storage part of a seed which emerges as a pair in dicotyledonous plants, but remains below the soil surface in monocotyledonous plants are called

          

  4. net like (netted)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

          

  5. botanyA mature ovary of a plant in which the seeds are scattered inside of a fleshy body is called a

          

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