Plant Anat Test 2

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Unformatted text preview: PLANT ANATOMY, BtOL. 2335 Mar. 25. 2008 Name Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) meiosis in) mitosis c) free nuclear d) megapores A? e) microspore . 1. The type of nuclear division that generates microspores. A 2. The type of nuclear division that generates a cell that matures into an angiosperm pollen grain. A 3. The type of nuclear division that generates megaspores A 4. The type of nuclear division that 5 generates the cell of an archegonium 5. The type of nuclear division that the generative ceii undergoes to generate the sperm nuclei in a germinating pollen grain 3. Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) diplontic b) diplohaplontic c) haplontic 6. The life cycle pattern of the tracheo- phytes E; 7. The life cycle pattern of the hornJ worts a 8. The life cycle pattern of the embryophytes g 9. The life cycle pattern of a homo- sporous non-vascular embryophyte. t?» Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) Ginkgo b) Selaginella c) Archeopten's d) Ephedra e) Welwitschia 10. A gymnosperm with a gameto- phyte in the ovule that forms fertiliza- tion tubes that grow toward the invad- ing pollen tubes 0 11. An extant gymnosperm taxon with flagellated male gametes A. 12. A lycopsid with microphylls % 13. The progymnosperm which shows features suggesting it is on the lineage leading to the extant gymnosperms {9 14. Heterosporous cryptogamic g embryophyte Multipte choice 15. Which of the following is not a waterproofing polymer a) suberin elageélleraeeh [+rsii1lv‘t' Maris M 9%) c) lignin d) sporopollenin e) coagulated latex 16. The term that describes the con— figuration of the stale that is seen in analyzing the fossilized stems of the earliest known tracheophytes is: e ease e--’ b) actinostelle c) eustele d) plectostele e) dlcytostele A 17. A stem is formed from cells belonging to: a) procambium to) ground meristem and procambi— m : ' .:;aam,.eptaaaeaee land littem‘iittilttl : d) procambium and protoderm e) ground meristem and protoderm 18. A lagenostome is most likely a represantative of a stage in the evolu» tion of what plant part of the seed plants: a) stern antics!" d) megaphle e) microsporangium Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) microphylls b) enations c) prefronds d} megaphylls e) teiomes 19. The leaf type of the ferns 20. The leaf type of the iycospids A 21. The leaftype of Equisetum, a A sphenopsid 22. The leaf type of the zosterophylio- 6 phytes 23. The leaf type of the gymnospermsp Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) stem b) root 0) caulidium d) cuticle e) protoderm 24. The portion of the phanerogamous plant that shows exarch xylem differen— tiation E 25. The portion of the phanerogamous plant that shows endarch xylem differ- entiation A Multiple choice 26. Which of the following conducts water with the least resistance: a) tracheids c) fibers ct) sieve elements e) leptoids Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) xylem b) phloem c) protoderm d) ground meristem e) procambium 27. fluids with high concentration of organic solutes move throughout the plant in this tissue E 28. fluids with dilute solutes move _ from soil into root and through the A plant into shoot system in this tissue 29. an embryonic tissue that deveiops into the conducting system of tracheo- phytes @ 30. an embryonic tissue that becomes (I) the epidermis of the tracheophyte plant 31. an embryonic tissue that gener- ates iargely parenchyrna cells that con stitute the cortex and the pith of the tracheophyte plant t} 32. the functional cetis of this tissue function only after their death 33. the functional ceiis of this tissue g destroy their vacuole membrane before functioning g Matching Match one of the following to the state- ments below: a) Bryophytes (hornworts, liverworts and mosses) b) progyrnnosperms c) pteridosperms or seed ferns d) rhyniophytes e) trimerophytes 34. plants that developed heterospory and formed wood with a cell arrange— ment {pycnoxylic} simiiar to the extant conifers and are thus beiieved to the ancestors of the conifers ta 35. plants that developed from rhynlo- phytes and are believed to be ances- tral to the progyrnnosperms — they had _ more elaborate branching (some with pseudomonopodiai branching) and clusters of sporangia but no leaves 36. plants with agporophyte that remains attached to the gametophyte and gains ail its nourishment through this attachment A 37. the earliest tracheophyte taxon. A taxon for plants that consisted of unadorned stems and terminal sporan- gia 38. non-vascular plants‘ffit 39. plants that are considered to have developed a structure (pre-ovule) that evolved into the ovule Matching Match one of the following gymnosperms to the descriptions below: a) Coniferales b) Gnetaies o) Ginkgoaies d) Cycadales a) two of the above 40. male gametes are flagellated but carried to proximity of the egg by a pollen tube f/ (04, 41. have cleavage polyembryony A 42. one genus of this order has a female gametophyte that forms fertil- ization tubes 43. has double fertiiization E 44. has reproductive structures that show some similarities to the E angiosperm flower 45. vesseis occur in one genus E) 46. considered as a possible ancestor to the angiosperms 6 Multiple choice 49. Formation exine layer that is coi- lumeiiate and tootsie in angiosperm pollen grain cell walls is thought to be a feature that: a) facilitates germination of the pollen tube near the sufaoe of the fimma b) is correlated with closure of the carpet QiflSpEfmS it earthenware-store" d) is correlated with double fertiliza— tion e) facilitates wind dispersal of the mate gametophyte 50. The ferns form a unique spo- rangi’um (it is formed by all but a few ferns). This sporangium is initiated from a single superficial cell in contrast to the sporangia that is ubiquitous in the other non—fern tracheophytes. Which of the following is this spo- rangium: a) anther h) microsporangium c) leptosporangium d) megasporangium e) eusporangium 47. all taxa are dioecious i. [C 3‘ D) 48. this taxon forms the sofiwoods used in the lumber industry for con- struction of buildings A ...
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