Exam 5 - Biology 142 General Biology Spring 2013 Dr Carey...

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Biology 142 General Biology Name_________________________ Spring 2013 Dr. Carey Exam 1 Part I Multiple choice Circle the one best choice in each. 1 pt. each. 1. Inorganic nutrients are transported throughout a plant by the: A) xylem B) capillaries C) sieve cells D) phloem E) carpels 2. Green, leaf-like structures in a flower would most likely be classed as: A) sepals B) pistils C) stamens D) petals E) anthers 3. If a flower possesses 2 megasporocyte cells, it could produce ___ pollen grains. 4. Cork cells are: 5. Endosperm is ____ for an angiosperm embryo. 6. An angiosperm male gametophyte is a(n): A) pollen grain B) ovule C) embryo sac D) microsporocyte E) seed 7. A major difference between monocot and dicot roots is that monocots possess:
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  • Fall '13
  • MICHAELCAREY
  • Biology, phloem, Plant anatomy, pollen grain, abscissic acid

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