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What makes a leaf appear green?
a) chlorophyll b) stomata c) vascular tissue d) cuticle
One way to new potato plants grow is when parts of an existing potato fall off and develop into new plants. This is known as "vegetative propagation," and is an example of
a) asexual reproduction. b) sexual reproduction. c) pollenation. d) photosynthesis.
All plants are
a) autotrophs. b) heterotrophs. c) unicellular. d) vascular.
Photosynthesis takes place in a plant cell’s
a) chloroplasts. b) nucleus. c) cell wall. d) cellulose.
The raw materials (ingredients) of photosynthesis are
a) carbon dioxide and water. b) sugar and water. c) sugar and oxygen. d) carbon dioxide and oxygen.
The sunlight, water, and soil shown in the above drawing all provide the plant with food and nutrients. The plant must then breakdown this food into usable energy through the process of
a) respiration. b) transpiration. c) photosynthesis. d) condensation.
The largest group in the plant kingdom are "vascular" plants. These are plants that
a) have true roots, stems, and leaves. b) produce spores. c) produce flowers. d) have seeds with one food storage area.
Which is NOT a characteristic of a plant’s vascular tissue?
a) It transports egg and sperm cells for reproduction. b) It transports water and food inside the plant. c) It supports the plant’s stems and leaves. d) It positions the plants leaves closer to the Sun.
Nonvascular plants differ from vascular plants in
a) how they transport water & nutrients. b) how they make food. c) where they obtain water and nutrients. d) how they reproduce.
Plants that have seed leaves with only one food storage area (such as grass, rice, and tulips) are known as
a) monocots. b) dicots. c) nonvascular. d) cone-bearing.
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