What Are The Functions Of Roots, Stems, And Leaves? Question Preview (ID: 39167)


Unit A; Chapter 3, Lesson 1.[print questions]

What are the tiny holes in a leaf where carbon dioxide enters and oxygen exits?
a) phloem
b) stomata
c) xylem
d) cholorplasts

What is the pigment the helps plants use light energy to make sugars?
a) xylem
b) phloem
c) chloroplasts
d) chlorophyll

Which plant part holds the plant up and carries food and water to other plant parts?
a) leaf
b) root hairs
c) prop roots
d) stem

What are the tiny parts of roots that take in water and minerals from the soil?
a) chloroplasts
b) root hairs
c) phloem
d) prop roots

What kind of root goes straight down so it can reach water deep underground?
a) taproot
b) prop roots
c) fibrous roots
d) root hairs

Which plant part is the food factory of the plant?
a) leaf
b) stem
c) root
d) stomata

What kind of roots form a thick and tangled mat just under the surface of the soil?
a) fibrous roots
b) taproots
c) root hairs
d) prop roots

What are the parts in leaf cells where the food making process takes place?
a) xylem
b) chlorophyll
c) chloroplasts
d) phloem

What are the tubes in plant stems that carry water and minerals?
a) phloem
b) stomata
c) xylem
d) chloroplasts

What are the tubes in plant stems that carry food made in the leaves to other parts of the plant?
a) xylem
b) stomata
c) root hairs
d) phloem

Which kind of roots begin above ground so they can keep trees growing in loose, wet soil from being blown over by the wind?
a) fibrous roots
b) prop roots
c) root hairs
d) chlorophyll

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