5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Growth inhibiting hormone
- Characteristics of fungi
- Essential macronutrients
- Benefits of soy
- Monocot characteristics
- a contains all the essential amino acids, rich in antioxidants and fiber, low in fat, lowers LDLs and triglycerides while maintaining HDLs.
- b nine of them; 6 of them: carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorous are the major ingredients of organic compounds forming the structure of the plant. These six make up almost 98% of a plant's dry weight. The other 3, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, make up 1.5%.
- c heterotrophic eukaryotes; digest food externally and absorb the nutrients; found everywhere (soil and water); mostly decomposers, some parasitic
- d abscisic acid
- 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
- - Flowering occurs when the night length is less (10hrs)
- A dark interval that is too long will not produce flowers
- Flowering can be induced by a flash of light during the night
- Flower in the summer
- Ex. Potatoes, corn, marigolds, geraniums, begonias
- The sticky tip of a flower's carpel, which traps pollen grains
- fungal infection
- 1. Phototropism- Light
b. Roots- negative
2. Gravitropism- gravity
3. Thigmotropism- touch
4. Hydrotropism- water
5. Chemotropism- chemicals
- carbon dioxide enters the leaf, and oxygen exits, by way of these tiny spores
5 True/False questions
Phytoremediation → The portion of a plants vascular tissue system that conveys phloem sap throughout a plant. Phloem tissue is made up of sieve-tube members. LIVING CELLS MOVES SUGARS UP AND DOWN
Short-day (long-night) plants → - Need a long continuous (14 hrs) dark period to flower
- Will not flower if dark period is interrupted by even a brief flash of light
- Not affect if daytime period is broken by a brief exposure to darkness
- Flower in early spring, late summer, fall
- Ex. Tulips, daffodils, forsythia, chrysanthemums
mutualism → The densely branched network of hyphae in a fungus
Dicot characteristics → A term traditionally used to refer to flowering plants that have two embryonic seed leaves, or cotyledons; branched veins; vascular bundles arranged in a ring; petals in multiples of 4 or 5; taproot.
capillary action → An outgrowth of an epidermal cell on a root, which increases the root's absorptive surface area.