5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vascular tissue
- Open to allow water to exit through the stoma
- Ovules (eggs) - G
- a tissue in plants that helps transport water and nutrients throughout the plant
What structure becomes seeds after they are fertilized?
- c What do seedless plants need in order to reproduce?
- d Do plants undergo cellular respiration, photosynthesis or both?
- e If there is too much rain, do the guard cells open or close the stoma?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What gas enters the leaf through the stoma?
- What are the 2 groups of seedless plants?
- What are the leaves of gymnosperms called?
- Where does photosynthesis occur in plants?
- responsible for timing of seasonal activities such flowering by responding to the length of light in a day
5 True/False questions
Mosses, Ferns, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms → What are the 3 groups of vascular plants?
Cross pollination → Pollen from a plant fertilizes the eggs of the same plant
multicellular, autotrophic, cell walls with cellulose and eukaryotic → What is the advantage of seeds?
Phototropism → Plants response to an external stimulus
Stigma - D →
What structure is the opening for gas exhange?