AS Quiz 11 CH375 2007-2

AS Quiz 11 CH375 2007-2 - d. ground water pressure. 6. (4...

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CH375 Introduction to Biology 2007-2 Cadet _____________________________ 30 point quiz No. 11 I hour 1. (4 pts) The plant tissue responsible for growth is called ___. a. parenchyma. b. sclerenchyma. c. guard cells. d. meristem. 2. (4 pts) The type of plant tissue that is alive at maturity and can have diverse functions is called ____. a. parenchyma. b. sclerenchyma. c. guard cells. d. meristem. 3. (4 pts) The plant tissue which moves water and minerals from the roots to the leaves is called ___. a. phloem. b. companion cell. c. xylem. d. all of the above. 4. (4 pts) CO 2 enters the leaf via the ____. a. roots b. stem c. flower d. stomata 5. (4 pts) The movement of water from the roots to the leaves is based on the evaporation of water from the leaves and the subsequent pulling of the water column up the stem. This theory is called ______. a. push-pull. b. cohesion-theory. c. evapotransporation.
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Unformatted text preview: d. ground water pressure. 6. (4 pts) The opening and closing of the stomata is controlled by a. the release of plant hormones. b. the amount of CO 2 in the air. c. the movement of water into and out of the guard cells. d. none of the above CH375 Introduction to Biology 2007-2 Cadet _____________________________ 30 point quiz No. 11 I hour 7. (3 pts) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of dicots? a. Floral parts in multiples of four or five. b. Veins are parallel. c. There are two cotyledons. d. A taproot is present. 8. (3 pts) Which of the following is an evolutionary adaptation of leaves? a. hunting devices b. spines c. flowers d. all of the above Extra credit (3 points). How do the sugars produced in leaves get into the sieve-tube elements? The companion cells actively transport them....
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