Biol 1401 Quiz 3 Answers

Biol 1401 Quiz 3 Answers - (a) lateral bud (b) branch (c)...

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Biol 1401, 001 Quiz #3, February 5, 2010 Answers 1. The vascular tissue of a young (primary) root is found (a) as the outermost layer of cells (b) as strands of xylem and phloem in the cortex (c) in the central region (d) only in the tip region. .. of the root. (2 pts) 2. The initial absorption of water and inorganic nutrients is performed by the (a) epidermis and cortex cells (b) pith cells (c) vascular tissue (d) endodermis. .. of the root. (2 pts) 3. At the node of a stem, you could find a
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Unformatted text preview: (a) lateral bud (b) branch (c) leaf (d) all of the above . (2 pts) 4. Monocot flowering plants do not form a vascular cambium. (a) True (b) False (1 pt) 5. What do cork cells have in their cell walls that allows them to perform their specific function? (1 pt) Wax 6. The only conducting cell type of conifer wood is the tracheid . (1 pt) 7. (a) Heartwood (b) Sapwood (c) Both heartwood and sapwood. .. conduct water from the roots. (1 pt)...
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