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What is the vascular tissue that transports water and nutrients in a vascular plant?
a) xylem
b) phloem
c) stems
d) roots

What is the structure that transports food to all parts of vascular plants?
a) phloem
b) xylem
c) stems
d) roots

Which of the following is not a function of roots?
a) roots supply plants with water
b) roots hold plants in the soil
c) roots store extra food
d) roots are involved in asexual reproduction

Which structure in roots increases the surface area of the root?
a) root hairs
b) epidermis
c) root cap
d) 2 of the choices

Which of the following root system is found in monocots and gets water fro close to the soil surface?
a) fibrous root system
b) vascular root system
c) taproot system
d) nonvascular root system

What kind of plant structure is soft, thin, flexible, and supports the plants body?
a) herbaceous stem
b) woody stem
c) vegetable stem
d) none of the choices

In what part of a leaf does photosynthesis take place in?
a) palisade layer
b) spongy layer
c) cuticle
d) epidermis

Which of the following is true regarding sepals and petals?
a) sepals are the outermost rings
b) sepals are the colored, leaf-shaped parts of a flower
c) petals protect a bud
d) petals are modified leaves

What is the name of the female reproductive structure in a flower?
a) pistil
b) ovule
c) ovary
d) style

What part of a flower produces pollen?
a) anther
b) filament
c) ovary
d) ovule

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