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What purpose does transpiration serve in a plant?
A. It creates energy for plants to use
B. It helps take in sunlight to produce O2 and H2O
C. Allows the plant to transport water and food to leaves
D. Allows leaves to control the water and air entering and leaving.
Allows leaves to control the water
and air entering and leaving.
A reproductive process that involves only one parent and produces offspring that is identical to the parent.
Energy is released from food in most organisms through the process of…
Which of the following is a form of sexual reproduction in plants?
A. Pea pod
B. Tulip bulb
C. Potato sprouts
D. Strawberry runners
List the Levels of Classification in order from largest to smallest.
KINGDOM, PHYLUM, CLASS, ORDER, FAMILY, GENUS, SPECIES
The scientific name of an organism consists of these two parts of the classification system…
GENUS & SPECIES
The largest group of plants known to have true leaves, roots, and stems with a well developed system for transporting water and nutrients are called…
List three plant processes that occur in the leaves of plants.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS, RESPIRATION, & TRANSPIRATION
The type of vascular tissue that transports water from the roots to the leaves and other plant parts
What part of the plant functions to anchor the plant, store extra food for the plant, and absorb water and nutrients?
The plant process involving the transfer of pollen from the anther of a stamen to the stigma of a pistil is …
The early stage of seed growth is called …
Why is dormancy a helpful response to harsh weather for a seed?
A. The plant needs heat to produce carbon dioxide
B. Animals that eat the plant come out in the cold weather
C. It allows the seed to germinate when conditions are favorable
D. Seeds cannot germinate in windy conditions
It allows the seed to germinate when conditions are favorable
The eyes or buds of these grow into roots and shoots to produce a new plant
What function do the guard cells play in the function of the leaf?
Open and close stomata
The kingdom of organisms that do not make their own food, but must grow on other organisms to gain nutrients is called…
Example: Athlete’s foot
The organelles in plant cells that contain chlorophyll, a green pigment, that absorb light energy and make photosynthesis possible?
Plant Double Jeopardy
A reproductive process that involves two parents is …
List the 5 kingdoms
MONERANS, PROTISTA, FUNGI, PLANTAE, ANIMALIA
What is another term in the taxonomic classification known as divisions?
What are the two phyla in the plant kingdom?
NON-VASCULAR & VASCULAR
The type of vascular tissue known to transport nutrients such as sugar from the leaves to the rest of the plant are called…
The stored food in the seeds of plants are referred to as …
The two major groups of seed producing plants are …
CONE-BEARING PLANTS & FLOWERING PLANTS
2 examples of plants that contain spores include…
MOSSES & FERNS
Dicot plants have this kind of root system…
What part of a plant attracts pollinators?
What are the three parts of a pistil and their functions?
STIGMA- COLLECTS POLLEN
STYLE- SUPPORTS STIGMA
OVARY- CONTAINS OVULES
When ovules become fertilized, what do they become?
Which best illustrates fertilization in a flowering plant?
A. A fruit develops
B. Seeds are dispersed
C. The seed absorbs water
D. Pollen must enter the ovule
Pollen must enter the ovule
Corn smut & wheat rust are common examples of these kinds of infections of plants…
The growth of a plant in response to touch is called…
The openings in leaves through which carbon dioxide, oxygen, & water move.
For pollination to occur, a bee picks up pollen grain at letter ____ and then carries them to letter _____.
F to D
Which parts of the flower make up the pistil?
Letter E (includes A, B, C,D)
Mrs. Bowman visited Muir Woods in CA and noticed a plant she had never seen. Which of the following observations would let her know if a plant is cone-bearing?
A, Flowers are blooming
B. The plant has roots, stems, and leaves
C. Needle-like leaves are present
Needle-like leaves are present
Which variety has the best chance of surviving a long period of dry weather?
What are 5 characteristics of all living things?
Every Raccoon Can Dance Silly
Energy, Reproduction, Cells, Develop, Respond to Stimuli