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5 Matching questions

  1. photosynthesis
  2. trichomes
  3. fruit
  4. growth rings
  5. mitochondria
  1. a The annual accumulation of secondary growth is evident as _______________ which appear due to unfavorable climatic conditions.
  2. b The mature ovary of a flowering plant is called a
  3. c The small organelles where the processes of respiration occur are called
  4. d The epidermis has small hair or bristle-like structures called
  5. e Chloroplasts have the function of

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Strands of living tissue found beneath the epidermis in stems and petioles that are adapted to provide support of young growing organs is called
  2. Small units within cells that function like small organs
  3. Cells which are dead at maturity and have thickened, often lignified cell walls are called
  4. Conducting tissue which lives and conducts sugars is
  5. A flower which has both male and female parts is called

5 True/False questions

  1. root hairsThe annual accumulation of secondary growth is evident as _______________ which appear due to unfavorable climatic conditions.

          

  2. parenchymaContinuous 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

          

  3. compound leafA leaf which has more than one part is called a

          

  4. inflorescenceCells which are dead at maturity and have thickened, often lignified cell walls are called

          

  5. ChloroplastsThick roots which extend directly down into the soil and may exceed 50 ft. in length are called