Chapter 12, Section 4 Question Preview (ID: 445)

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Woody stems
a) anchor the plant.
b) include the stems of daisies.
c) are soft, green and flexible.
d) contain wood and bark.

a) demonstrate phototropism.
b) produce pollen.
c) have stomata.
d) absorb water and minerals.

In a flower, petal function to
a) protect the flower bud.
b) produce pollen
c) attract pollinator.
d) produce ovules.

The green bottom ring of a flower that protects an immature flower when it is a bud is made up of
a) petals.
b) stamens.
c) sepal.
d) pistils.

The rounded base of the pistle is called the
a) filament.
b) style.
c) ovary.
d) anther.

Which of the following is NOT a true statement about leaves?
a) Leaves are part of a plant's root system.
b) Photosynthesis occurs in cells inthe palisade layer.
c) Guard Cells open and close pores in the leaf's epidermis.
d) Their veins contain phloem that transports sugar.

Pollen grains collect on the ___ of a flower, which is often sticky or feathery.
a) stamen
b) stigma
c) pistal
d) style

The center of a flower contains one or more female reproductive structures called ___.
a) anthers.
b) styles.
c) pistils.
d) ovaries.

Water enters a plant by passing through the ___ of a root and into the ___.
a) epidermis/xylem
b) cuticle/xylem
c) root cap/phloem
d) root hairs/phloem

___ typically absorb water that is close to the soil surface.
a) Taproots
b) Fibrous root
c) Root caps
d) Root hairs

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