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All the following are why fungi are not considered plants....except which answer?
a) They are multi celled
b) They cannot make their own food using photosynthesis
c) They are decomposers
d) They do not have roots

What part of the seed stores food for the plant young plant to grow?
a) Seed Coat
b) Water
c) Cotyledon
d) Seeds don't grow....have you seen my experiment?

The male part of the flower consists of
a) anther and filament
b) stigma, style, and ovary
c) don't be silly flowers.... don't serve a purpose
d) Stems

Bacteria are used for
a) Medical Industry
b) Food Industry
c) Farming Industry
d) All the above

What triggers the beginning of germination?
a) Light
b) Warm Temperatures
c) Water
d) Mrs. King

What part of the flower can sometimes develop into a fruit?
a) Ovule
b) Petal
c) Ovary
d) Fruits are weird and I would rather not think about them at all.

Bacteria and Fungi are both considered
a) Predators
b) Prey
c) Funny little organisms
d) Decomposers

Which of the following can be responsible for pollinating flowers?
a) Birds
b) Insects
c) Wind
d) All the aboce

What molecules must a plant obtain in order to conduct photosynthesis?
a) Sugar and Oxygen
b) Water and Carbon Dioxide
c) Fertilizer
d) Dirt

The major function of leaves is to
a) Store food
b) Make food
c) Look Pretty
d) I am unfamiliar with this word....leaves??

Respiration breaks down food to release?
a) Oxygen
b) Food
c) Energy
d) Light

What percentage of the oxygen in our atmosphere is produced during photosynthesis?
a) 80
b) 75
c) 50
d) 90

During daylight hours the vascular system transports ______ to the leaves.
a) Carbon Dioxide
b) Water
c) Sugar
d) Light

Nitrogen Fixing Bacteria
a) Change oxygen into a useful form
b) Help plants reproduce
c) Change nitrogen into a usable form. This can help save farmers $$$
d) Help flowers grow

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