Char Quiz 1 2010

Char Quiz 1 2010 - Characteristics Quiz 1 Group 1 Small...

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Characteristics Quiz 1. Group 1. Small Trees Question 1. This small tree has a beautiful exfoliating bark, curling back to reveal more lightly colored cinnamon-brown inner bark. A. Acer palmatum B. Acer griseum C. Hamamelis vernalis D. Styrax japonicus E. Malus sargentii
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Characteristics Quiz 1. Group 1. Small Trees Question 2. Cercis canadensis is a native tree, well adapted to Indiana except that it often collapses when it is old because it becomes more susceptible to this disease causing pathogen. A. Phomopsis (which causes tip blight) B. Erwinia (which causes fireblight) C. Emerald ash borer (which causes bark to fall off) D. Verticillium (which causes verticillium wilt) E. Drought (which causes leaves to scorch)
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Characteristics Quiz 1. Group 1. Small Trees Question 3. Of the plants lists below, this one flowers the earliest and its flowers are sometimes severely damaged by late spring freezes. A. Acer griseum B. Syringa reticulata C. Carpinus caroliniana D. Magnolia x soulangiana E. Prunus subhirtella
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Characteristics Quiz 1. Group 1. Small Trees Question 4. When do Hamamelis beautiful and fragrant flowers with strap-like petals emerge? A. February-March B. October-November C. April-May D. July-August E. Hamamelis has no significant flowering interest
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Characteristics Quiz 1. Group 1. Small Trees Question 5. Which plant is dioecious? A. Malus sargentii B. Hamamelis vernalis C. Chionanthus virginicus D.
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