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Bio 101 2010 Final Exam Questions Ch.34,35,36,38

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Chapter 36: Roots and mineral nutrition: 1. Absorption of positively charged mineral ions by the root is facilitated by (application) A. the movement of clay particles into the root hair. B. the movement of water into the root hair. C. the movement of protons into the root hair. D. the movement of protons out of the root hair. E. the movement of Mg + out of the root hair. Answer: D 2. Which of the following elements is a macronutrient in plants? (knowledge) A. sodium B. calcium C. manganese D. zinc E. copper Answer: B 3. Cation exchange between soil particles and root hairs is the process in which: 4. The tropical rainforest trees form shallow roots concentrated near the surface in a mat a few centimeters thick. These swollen bases or braces are called: 5. Which is the correct horizontal pathway of water from the soil to the center of the root? A. epide rmis → root hair → cortex → pericycle → endodermis → xylem B. epidermis → cortex → pericycle → endodermis → phloem → xylem C. root hair → epidermis → cortex → endodermis → pericycle → xylem D. root hair → cortex → endodermis → pericycle → epidermis → xylem E. root hair → epidermis → endodermis → cortex → xylem → phloem Answer: C
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