Flower Types: Question Preview (ID: 5105)


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Flowers with stamen, pistil, petal, and sepasl; common to dicots
a) Complete flower b) Imperfect flower c) Perfect flower d) Incomplete flower
Flower has stamens and pistils, but is missing either the sepals or petals
a) Incomplete flower b) Imperfect flower c) Perfect flower d) Complete flower
Flower has both stamens and pistils on the same flower
a) Perfect flower b) Incomplete flower c) Complete flower d) Imperfect flower
Flower has either stamens or pistils on one flower
a) Imperfect flower b) Incomplete flower c) Complete flower d) Perfect flower
A flower with only male parts is called:
a) Staminate b) Dioecious c) Monoecious d) Pistillate
A flower with only female parts is called:
a) Pistillate b) Dioecious c) Monoecious d) Staminate
A plant with both male and female flowers is called:
a) Monoecious b) Pistillate c) Staminate d) Dioecious
A plant with either male or female flowers is called:
a) Dioecious b) Pistillate c) Staminate d) Monoecious
An example of a monoecious plant is:
a) Corn b) Asparagus c) Holly d) Spinach
An example of a dioecious plant is:
a) Asparagus b) Corn c) Cucumbers d) Pumpkins
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