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137_exam3_f08 - Horticulture 137 Examination 3 50 Questions...

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Horticulture 137 Examination 3, 50 Questions Fall 2008 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: For each of the items below select the correct answer, then darken the space corresponding to that answer on the answer sheet with a black pencil. Mark only one answer per question and erase any errors completely to avoid multiple answers per question. Items 1-10 ask you to select the correct statement regarding the species. There is only one correct answer. 1. Taxus cuspidata ‘Capitata’ A. Native to North America B. Seedling grown form C. Form is wide spreading and useful as a groundcover D. Leaves (needles) have a purple color in winter 2. Chamaecyparis obtusa A. Native to North America B. Cone shatters when mature into individual pieces C. Common name is Hinoki cypress D. Leaves dark green and scale-like and green underneath no white markings 3. Juniperus virginiana A. A low growing groundcover plant B. Fruit is a berry-like fleshy cone C. Fruit used in wine making D. Best grown in shade 4. Cryptomeria japonica cultivar A. ‘Yoshino’ B. ‘Emerald Sentinel’ C. ‘Squarrosa’ D. Purple Haze 5. Sciadopitys verticillata A. Leaves are evergreen and arranged in a whorls at the end of stems
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course HORT 137 taught by Professor Sanford,davidlee during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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137_exam3_f08 - Horticulture 137 Examination 3 50 Questions...

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