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Plants take the energy in sunlight and turn it into the energy in food molecules. This process is referred to as
a) mitosis
b) meiosis
c) photosynthesis
d) respiration

Which of the following statements is true about plants?
a) Plant cells have membrane-bound nuclei
b) Plant cells do not have chloroplasts
c) Plant cells use up oxygen for photosynthesis.
d) Plant cells have cell walls made of lipids.

According to the alternation of generations life cycle, during the process of meiosis, the chromosome number
a) is tripled
b) is doubled
c) does not change
d) is cut in half

In the alternation of generations life cycle two gametes fuse together to form a
a) gametophyte plant
b) meiotic division
c) zygote
d) sporophyte plant

Mosses grow close to the ground because they
a) lack the nutrients needed to grow tall
b) lack vascular tissue
c) need direct sunlight
d) do not perform photosynthesis

Liverworts, mosses, and hornworts are vascular plants that reproduce by forming
a) branches
b) spores
c) stems
d) seeds

The vascular tissue that transports water from the roots up through the plant is called
a) xylem
b) phloem
c) tap root
d) fiber tissue

Xylem and phloem together make up
a) Nutrients
b) Tracheids
c) Vascular Tissue
d) Vessels

Tracheids and vessels together make up
a) xylem
b) chloroplasts
c) a plant cell
d) phloem

Vascular tissue is found in shoots, leaves, flowers, and
a) mosses
b) lichens
c) roots
d) liverworts

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