Chapter 12, Section 1 Question Preview (ID: 390)

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Plants that have specialized tissues for carrying mineral, water, or food are classified as ___ plants.
a) seed-bearing
b) vascular
c) non-vascular
d) photosynthetic

Chloroplasts are ___ that contain chlorophyll
a) nuclei
b) organelles
c) ribosomes
d) mitochondria

The purpose of the cuticle on a plant is to
a) absorb the sun's light energy.
b) allow the plant to breathe.
c) keep the plant from drying out.
d) protect the plant from insects.

The cell wall in plants contains
a) complex carbohydrates and proteins.
b) calcium carbonate.
c) cytoplasm and ribosomes.
d) vitamins and minerals.

Plants reproduced with sex cells and
a) cuticles.
b) stomata.
c) sepals.
d) spores.

During a plant's life cycle, spores grow into
a) gametophytes.
b) sporophytes.
c) gymnosperms.
d) angiosperms.

A gametophyte produces
a) spores.
b) fertilized eggs.
c) sex cells.
d) seeds.

During a plant's life cycle, a fertilized egg grows into a
a) gametophyte.
b) sporophyte.
c) gymnosperm.
d) angiosperm.

During a plant's life cycle, a sporophyte releases
a) spores.
b) sex cells.
c) a fertilized egg.
d) seeds.

Two groups into which all plants are divided are
a) water and land plants.
b) flowering and nonflowering plants.
c) vascular and nonvascular plants.
d) gymnosperms and angiosperms

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