Plants Review #2 Question Preview (ID: 1324)

Review Of Plant Items For 4th Grade. TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

What is the FIRST part of an embryo to emerge when a seed begins to germinate?
a) seed coat
b) leaves
c) ovary
d) root

In which part of the plant is food made?
a) roots
b) stems
c) leaves
d) root hairs

Plants store food until it is needed. Then, sugars break down and give off energy. What is this process called?
a) respiration
b) photosynthesis
c) germination
d) cooperation

Seeds can travel to new places in a variety of ways. What is one way that is generally NOT USED?
a) by wind or water
b) rocketships
c) plants scattering their own seeds
d) by animals moving them (yes, even in #2 form)

Some plants have flowers. What is the powdery substance found on the anther?
a) seedlings
b) spore
c) pistil
d) pollen

After pollination, a female cell and a male cell join to create a fertilized egg. What is the name of this process?
a) photosynthesis
b) transpiration
c) fertilization
d) germination

Some green plants, such as ferns, do not have flowers and seeds. They produce cells that can grow into new plants. What do we call these cells?
a) seedlings
b) epidermis
c) stomata
d) spores

Cactus plants and evergreen trees both are designed to store something. What do they store?
a) carbon dioxide
b) water
c) lint
d) missing socks

Some trees have leaves that turn colors and drop off in the winter. How does this help the tree survive?
a) It saves on electricity by closing for the winter.
b) It helps the tree\'s stomata close up.
c) It helps the tree mentally prepare for wearing sweatshirts and bulky clothing.
d) It helps the tree save water and energy when it is dormant.

Evergreens do not lose their leaves each winter. What helps evergreen trees reduce water loss?
c) thick outer layer and waxy coating on leaves
d) excessive amount of salt

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