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Bio Quizzes - 1. A plant cell feature also found in animal...

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1. A plant cell feature also found in animal cells is” a. A large vacuole b. Plastids c. Plasmodesmata d. A cell wall e. Mitochondria 2. Which of the following plant cells function when the cells are dead a. Tracheary elements b. Collenchyma cells c. Sclerenchyma cells d. Companion cells e. Both A and C 3. Secondary growth a. Results in the formation of wood b. Occurs only in stems c. Makes the plant taller d. Is especially prevalent in monocots e. Occurs in all angiosperms 4. Primary growth occurs in a. Only in shoots b. Only in woody plants c. At the apex of the shoot d. At the tips of roots e. Both C and D 5. An axillary bud a. Is an embryonic shoot
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b. Always develops into a new branch c. Is where the apical meristem is located d. Is likely to develop into a root e. Contains the lateral meristems in some plants 6. Veins in leaves a. Are formed from epidermal cells b. Hold the leaves together c. Are composed of vascular tissue d. Function to provide CO2 for photosynthesis e. Are sites of photosynthesis 7. Parenchyma cells a. Are the most numerous cell type in young plants b. Generally have thin cell walls c. Can be photosynthetic d. May store starch or oils e. All of the above 8. Sieve tube members have sieve plates where they join other sieve tube members. Which of the following best describes the sieve plates? a. Sieve plates pores are enlargements of meristems b. Sieve plates are necessary to allow conduction between sieve tube cells c. Sieve plates allow joining of cytoplasm between adjacent stomata d. All of the above 9. Plants regulate gas exchange and water loss via a. The cuticle b. Guarded stomata c. Coated pits d. Sieve plates
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10. Vascular bundles are composed of _______ and _______. a. Root hairs; xylem b. Cork; phloem c. Xylem; phloem d. Wood; cork 11. Xylem transports a. Amino acids b. Water c. Carbohydrates d. Minerals e. Both b and d 12. Osmosis a. Requires energy b. Is the movement of water across a membrane from low solute concentration to high solute concentration. c. is the movement of water across a membrane from high solute concentration to low solute concentration. d. Is the movement of solutes across the membrane. e. is facilitated in plant cells by the pressure potential (turgor pressure). 13. Translocation is driven by osmosis caused by the _______ transport of sucrose into the _________. a. Passive; phloem at a source b. Active; xylem c. Active; phloem at a source d. Active; phloem at a sink e. Passive; xylem
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14. If the concentration of a solute (for example, sucrose) is higher inside a cell than outside it, a. Sucrose may be taken up by the cell without the expenditure of energy. b.
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