Chapter 1 Lesson 3 Question Preview (ID: 8242)


How Plants Are Grouped.[print questions]

trees that lose their leaves in teh fall are called
a) deciduous
b) coniferous
c) polinate
d)

trees that grow cones to make seeds
a) coniferous
b) deciduous
c) pollinate
d)

to move pollen so a seed can form
a) pollinate
b) coniferous
c) deciduous
d)

________ are flowering plants that grow back from th roots each spring
a) grasses
b) trees
c) seeds
d) cones

The function of a flower is to make _______.
a) seeds
b) cones
c) grasses
d) trees

In order for a seed to form, _____ must be moved from on part of a flower to another.
a) pollen
b) needles
c) flowers
d) cones

The seeds of deciduous trees form in _____.
a) flowers
b) cones
c) pollen
d) needles

Fruits form on some _____ plants.
a) flowering
b) coniferous
c) deciduous
d)

Describe one way in which seed cones and pollen cones are similar.
a) seed cones and pollen cones are both found on coniferous trees.
b) seed cones and pollen cones are both small
c) seed cones and pollen cones are both large
d)

Describe one way in which seed cones and pollen cones ae different.
a) They are different because pollen cones are small and seed cones are large.
b) They are different because pollen cones form on coniferouse trees and seed cones form on deciduous t
c)
d)

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