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Unit 10B Chapter 4 Quiz



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

A typical flowering plant has how many body systems?
a.
one
b.
two
c.
three
d.
four
 

 2. 

Which of the following is a true statement regarding the functions of a plant?
a.
Plants do not need to exchange gases with their surroundings.
b.
Plants do not require an internal transportation system to move water and nutrients around within their bodies.
c.
Plants must have a way of reproducing.
d.
all of the above
 

 3. 

Leaves are part of what main body system in a flowering plant?
a.
shoot system
b.
root system
c.
vascular tissue system
d.
ground tissue system
 

 4. 

The tissues covering the outer surface of the plant are part of the
a.
dermal tissue system
b.
vascular tissue system
c.
ground tissue system
d.
root system
 

 5. 

Which of the following is a function of the shoot system of a flowering plant?
a.
to anchor the plant
b.
to conduct photosynthesis
c.
to store food
d.
to absorb water and minerals from the soil
 

 6. 

The main photosynthetic structure in a plant is the
a.
leaf
b.
flower
c.
stem
d.
root
 

 7. 

From which part of a plant does sugar cane come?
a.
leaf
b.
flower
c.
stem
d.
root
 

 8. 

What plant tissue is responsible for the production of bark on stems and roots?
a.
vascular tissue
b.
ground tissue
c.
epidermal tissue
d.
periderm tissue
 

 9. 

The part of a plant that acts as a transportation system, moving water, minerals, and other chemicals around in the plant is the
a.
dermal tissue system
b.
vascular tissue system
c.
ground tissue system
d.
epidermal tissue
 

 10. 

The live tissue in plants that transports dissolved food materials and hormones throughout the plant is called
a.
xylem
b.
phloem
c.
epidermal
d.
periderm
 

 11. 

In the process of photosynthesis, leaves use
a.
light energy, oxygen, and water to produce carbon dioxide and glucose
b.
light energy, carbon dioxide, and oxygen to produce glucose and water
c.
light energy, carbon dioxide, and glucose to produce water and oxygen
d.
light energy, carbon dioxide, and water to produce glucose and oxygen
 

 12. 

In a typical leaf, the chloroplasts are located mostly in the
a.
palisade layer
b.
spongy mesophyll
c.
all of the above
d.
none of the above
 

 13. 

A layer of wax on the upper and lower surfaces of a leaf that blocks the diffusion of water and gases is called the
a.
cuticle
b.
stomate
c.
guard cell
d.
meristematic cell
 

 14. 

Which part of the epidermal tissue is an adaptation to help a plant conserve water by altering its shape in response to water levels in the leaf?
a.
cuticle
b.
stomate
c.
guard cell
d.
none of the above
 

 15. 

Which of the following is a true statement regarding the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells?
a.
Only plant cells respire.
b.
Vascular bundles in plants are similar to the veins and arteries in an animal’s circulatory system.
c.
In both, liquids are actively pumped around the plant or the animal.
d.
all of the above
 

 16. 

Meristematic cells are located in the
a.
root
b.
shoot
c.
stem
d.
all of the above
 

 17. 

The rings inside a tree trunk that can be used to determine a tree’s age are
a.
xylem tissue
b.
phloem tissue
c.
apical meristems
d.
lateral meristems
 

 18. 

Cells that divide, enabling a plant to grow longer and develop specialized tissues are called
a.
apical meristems
b.
lateral meristems
c.
typical meristems
d.
none of the above
 

 19. 

The process by which plants produce genetically identical offspring from their roots or shoots is called
a.
pollination
b.
vegetative reproduction
c.
tissue culture propagation
d.
photosynthesis
 

 20. 

An undifferentiated plant cell that can divide and differentiate to form specialized cells is called a(n)
a.
guard cell
b.
meristematic cell
c.
epidermal cell
d.
periderm cell
 



 
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