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Ch 35 Test Bank - A.P Biology Chapter 35 Test Multiple...

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A.P. Biology: Chapter 35 Test Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. If you were able to walk into an opening cut into the center of a large redwood tree, when you exit from the middle of the trunk (stem) outward, you would cross, in order, a. the annual rings, phloem, and bark. b. the newest xylem, oldest phloem, and periderm. c. the vascular cambium, oldest xylem, and newest xylem. d. the secondary xylem, secondary phloem, and vascular cambium. e. the summer wood, bark, and phloem. 2. One important difference between the anatomy of roots and the anatomy of leaves is that 3. What tissue makes up most of the wood of a tree? 4. Water loss from leaves by evaporation is called 5. A friend has discovered a new plant and brings it to you to classify. The plant has the following characteristics: a taproot system with growth rings evident in cross section and a layer of bark around the outside. Which of the following best describes the new plant ?
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a. herbaceous eudicot d. herbaceous monocot b. woody eudicot e. woody annual c. woody monocot 6. Plants that complete their life cycle in one year or less are called 7. A person working with plants may remove apical dominance by doing which of the following? 8. The type of mature cell that a particular embryonic plant cell will become appears to be determined mainly by The following question is based on parts of a growing primary root. I. root cap II. zone of elongation III. zone of cell division IV. zone of cell maturation V. apical meristem
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