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Chapter 21 Plant Organization and Homeostasis Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. If you were studying the structures in plants which are responsible for taking in carbon dioxide you would be studying A. the roots. B. the flowers. C. the stems. D. the fruits. E. the leaves. 2. Most plants have a body divided into two main parts which are A. the leaf system and the stem system. B. the shoot system and the root system. C. the stem system and the root system. D. the root system and the leaf system. E. the branch system and the stem system. 3. A plant physiologist is studying the parts of the shoot system in a plant. Based on this information, which of the following would he or she not be interested in studying? A. The axillary buds B. The petioles C. The roots D. The internodes E. The nodes 4. The portion of the plant located at the shoot tip is referred to as A. the terminal bud. B. the petiole. C. the node. D. the internode. E. the vascular tissue. 5. If you were studying the regions of the plant where leaves are attached to the stem you would be studying A. the internodes. B. the terminal buds. C. the leaf blades. D. the nodes. E. the vascular tissues. 6. This figure shows the organization of the plant body. What does "e" represent? A. A lateral branch root B. The node C. The internode D. An axillary bud E. The terminal bud 7. This figure shows the organization of the plant body. What does "b" represent? A. A lateral branch root B. The node C. The internode D. An axillary bud E. The terminal bud 8. This figure shows the organization of the plant body. What does "d" represent? A. A lateral branch root B. The node C. The internode D. An axillary bud E. The terminal bud 9. Which of the following is not a function of the stem in most plants? ... View Full Document

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