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Chapter 19: Introduction to the Angiosperms Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Diversity in the Phylum Anthophyta; pp. 434–436; moderate; ans: b Which of the following statements about phylum Anthophyta is FALSE? a. It is the largest phylum of photosynthetic organisms. b. The two major classes are the monocots and dicots. c. Its members vary in size from 1 millimeter long to 100 meters tall. d. Some members are parasitic. e. Some members are saprophytic. 2. The Flower; p. 436; moderate; ans: c The stalk of an inflorescence is a: a. pedicel. b. receptacle. c. peduncle. d. carpel. e. perianth. 3. The Flower; p. 436; moderate; ans: d The pedicel of a flower is: a. a leaflike structure that contains the ovules. b. the part of the flower stalk to which flower parts are attached. c. the stalk of a flower or an inflorescence. d. the stalk of a flower in an inflorescence. e. the stalk that attaches an ovule to the ovary. 4. The Flower; p. 436; easy; ans: e The fertile parts of a flower are the: a. sepals and petals. b. sepals and stamens. c. petals and stamens. d. sepals and carpels. e. carpels and stamens. 5. The Flower; p. 437; easy; ans: a Collectively, the petals form the: a. corolla. b. perianth. c. calyx. d. androecium. e. gynoecium.
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2 Chapter 19 Introduction to the Angiosperms 6. The Flower; p. 437; moderate; ans: c The perianth consists of all the ______ of a flower. a. sepals b. petals c. sepals and petals d. fertile parts e. sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels 7. The Flower; p. 437; moderate; ans: e Which of the following statements about a stamen is FALSE? a. It is a microsporophyll. b. It usually consists of an anther and a filament. c. It contains four microsporangia. d. It contains pollen sacs. e. It is part of the gynoecium. 8. The Flower; p. 437; moderate; ans: d Microsporangia are located in the: a. ovary. b. corolla. c. locule. d. anther. e. filament. 9. The Flower; p. 438; moderate; ans: a The gynoecium consists of all the ______ of a flower. a. carpels b. ovules c. ovaries d. placentae e. stigmas 10. The Flower; p. 438; moderate; ans: c The portion of a carpel that encloses the ovules is the: a. style. b. stigma. c. ovary. d. placenta. e. funiculus.
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Chapter 19 Introduction to the Angiosperms 3 11. The Flower; p. 438; difficult; ans: e The style connects the _____ to the ______. a. anther; filament b. calyx; corolla c. androecium; gynoecium d. ovules; ovary e. ovary; stigma 12. The Flower; p. 438; moderate; ans: d The part of the flower that receives the pollen is the: a. ovule. b. ovary. c. style. d. stigma. e. anther. 13. The Flower; p. 438; moderate; ans: a A locule is a: a. chamber in an ovary. b. lobe of an anther. c. part of a stigma. d. whorl of sepals. e. cluster of microsporangia. 14. The Flower; p. 438; moderate; ans: a In parietal placentation, the ovules are borne: a. on the ovary wall. b. on a central column of tissue in a partitioned ovary. c. on a central column of tissue in an unpartitioned ovary. d. at the base of a unilocular ovary.
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