Samuels BIO External Woody Stem: Question Preview (ID: 28358)

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Small openings in the bark that allow air to enter the stem
a) lenticels b) terminal buds c) bud scale d) leaf scar
Which structure allows stems to grow in length?
a) terminal buds b) nodes c) apical buds d) lateral buds
Which structure allows the stem to grow from the sides of the main stem?
a) lateral buds b) terminal buds c) nodes d) axillary buds
These protect a bud in the winter from frost and drying out
a) bud scales b) lenticels c) nodes d) leaf scars
These rings tell you the age of a stem
a) bud scale scars b) vascular bundle scars c) leaf scars d) internodes
1 leaf attached to a stem node indicates this pattern
a) alternate b) whorled c) opposite d) rosette
These indicate passage point of vascular tissue from the stem to the petiole of the leaf
a) bundle scars b) bud scale scars c) leaf scars d) internodes
Trees that have a large central shaft such as pines, firs, hemlocks have this type of branching
a) spirelike b) spreading c) lateral d) apical
Threes that have strong lateral buds with branches close to the ground such as elms, willows, cottonwoods have this type of branching
a) spreading b) spirelike c) lateral d) apical
Which of the following is not a function of a stem?
a) reproduction b) support leaves c) conduct materials to parts of plant d) contains vascular tissue
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