Test: Plants
For
Description: Reproduction Survival, Defense
Subject: Science
Subtopic: Nature of Science
Topic: Other (topic not present)
Grade: 6
Instructions: Answer all questions to get your test result.

Question 1 of 10
A plant's leaves turn toward light when they grow. What is this an example of?
 


response to water


gravitropism


phototropism


Response to touch
Question 2 of 10
Which of the following best describes photosynthesis?
 


plants use protein and carbon dioxide to make oxygen


plants use water and carbon dioxide to make oxygen and sugar


plants use water and oxygen to make sugar and carbon dioxide


plants use water and sugar to make carbon dioxide
Question 3 of 10
Which of the following is an example of asexual reproduction?
 


A female cone being pollinated by a male cone.


A yeast budding


a male and female parent producing an offspring


A marigolod seed being pollinated
Question 4 of 10
Xylem and phloem are parts of what plant structure
 


stem


roots


leaves


seeds
Question 5 of 10
A plant's roots grow into the ground. What is this an example of?
 


hydrotropism


thigmotropism


phototropism


gravitropism
Question 6 of 10
What are three examples of nonvascular plants?
 


moss, tulips, liverworts


liverworts, hornworts, pine tree


moss, liverworts, hornworts


pine tree, moss, ferns
Question 7 of 10
____ is the male reproductive part of the flower/ ____female reproductive part of the flower
 


stamen, pistil


pistil, stamen


anther, filament


anther, ovule
Question 8 of 10
In order for germination to take place, the environment surrounding the seed needs___
 


carbon dioxide, water, and warm temperatures


oxygen, water, and warm temperatures


carbon dioxide, water, and cool temperatures


oxygen, water, and cool temperatures
Question 9 of 10
How do nonvascular plants transport nutrients?
 


through a tube-like structure inside the stem


through the leaves of the plants


through a tube-like structure connected cell to cell


through the xylem and the phloem
Question 10 of 10
What is the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph?
 


A heterotroph makes its own food


An autotroph cannot make its own food


An autotroph can make its own food


A heterotroph and an autotroph both make their own food