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5 Matching questions

  1. Angiosperm male/female gametophyte
  2. Monocot characteristics
  3. hyphae
  4. Phytoremediation
  5. capillary action
  1. a male: pollen grains; female: egg cells
  2. b one type of bioremediation, the use of living organisms to detoxify polluted sites
  3. c - the tendency of liquid to rise inside a narrow tube; xylemnarrow, capillary-type tubes, strong attraction between water and the cell walls; several centimeters.
  4. d - threadlike filaments that make up the body of a fungus
  5. e - A flowering plant whose embryos have a single seed leaf, or cotyledon; parallel veins; vascular bundles are scattered; petals in multiples of 3; fibrous root system.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms undergoing alternation of generations; results from a union of gametes and meiotically produces haploid spores that grow into the gametophyte generation.
  2. includes the apical meristem and cells that derive from it; new root cells are produced in this region, including the cells of the root cap.
  3. A life cycle in which there is both a multicellular diploid form, the sporophyte, and a multicellular haploid form, the gametophyte; a characteristic of plants and multicellular green algae.
  4. In a plant, the hormonal inhibition of axillary buds by a terminal bud. Concentrating resources on growing taller, it is an evolutionary adaptation that increases the plant's exposure to light.
  5. fungal infection

5 True/False questions

  1. Soil conservation methodswater is pulled up the xylem as water evaporates from leaves due to adhesion and cohesion.

          

  2. Dominant types of seed plantsAn organism that has acquired one or more genes by artificial means. If the gene is from another species, the organism is also known as a transgenic organism; little genetic variability; monocultures; wiped out by one disease.

          

  3. heartwoodA sac in which pollen grains develop, located at the tip of a flower's stamen

          

  4. Darwin's phototropism experiment- Control
    - Tip removed
    - Tip covered by opaque cap
    - Tip covered by transparent cap
    - Base covered by opaque cap
    Conclusions:
    1. Tip of shoot was responsible for sensing light
    2. Growth response for the bending of the shoot occurs below the tip
    3. Some signal was transmitted downward from the tip to the growth region of the shoot

          

  5. Zone of maturationthe three tissue systems of a mature plant complete their development; differentiation; cell specialization