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Roots and Shoots

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Roots and Shoots
Tissues
Growth
Additional Problems
Leaf mesophyll tissue comes froma. vascular cambiumb. procambiumc. ground meristemd. protoderme. trichomes
What is the primary photosynthetic tissue of a leaf?a. Epidermisb. Palisade and spongy parenchymac. Collenchymad. Sclerenchymae. Stomata
Pneumatophores are found in a. xerophytesb. epiphytesc. the vegetation which is found in marshy and saline laked. the vegetation which found in acidic soil
The part of the plant that absorbs water and minerals from the soil.a. Rootsb. Stemsc. Leavesd. Flowers
The part of the plant that are adapted to maximize photosynthetic activitya. Rootsb. Stemsc. Leavesd. Flowers
Which of the following is NOT TRUE of leavesa. Leaves are organs of photosynthesis in plantsb. Cork cells are used by leaves to protect against insect damagec. Leaf veins are vascular tissued. Leaves have stomata to allow gases to move into and out of leaf
Identify the space at the TIP of arrow #1 in the lower layer of the leafa. Guard cellsb. Stomatac. Spongy Layerd. Xylem Vessel
Identify the cells at the TIP of arrow #2 bordering the space in the lower layer of the leaf.a. Stomatab. Spongy cellsc. Guard cellsd. Pith cells
Which of the following is NOT TRUE of leaf mesophylla. The mesophyll is the inner layer of a leafb. The mesophyll is the site of the majority of photosynthesisc. The palisade layer is made of loosely packed cells for gas exchanged. The mesophyll is made of a spongy layer of cells with chloroplasts
Identify the layer of the leaf  number 1a. Upper Epidermisb. Palisade Layerc. Spongy Layerd. Lower Epidermis
Identify the layer of the leaf  number 2a. Upper Epidermisb. Palisade Layerc. Spongy Layerd. Lower Epidermis
Identify the layer of the leaf  number 1a. Upper Epidermisb. Palisade Layerc. Spongy Layerd. Lower Epidermis
Identify the layer of the leaf  number 2a. Upper Epidermisb. Palisade Layerc. Spongy Layerd. Lower Epidermis
Which of the following is NOT TRUE of Root Systemsa. Root systems anchor the plant and support itb. Root systems have root hairs with many chloroplastsc. Root systems absorb water and minerals from the soild. Root systems are able to store food
The leaf of a plant is: a.  An organb.  A moleculec.  An organelled.  A celle.  An organism
Which of the following is NOT TRUE of Stemsa. Stems produce leaves and flowersb. Stems position leaves so they are maximally exposed to the sunc. Stems are never found undergroundd. The node location on a stem is where a leaf attachese. Stems are able to store food and water
Evidence indicates that plants increase the number of stomata in their leaves as atmospheric CO2‚ levels decline. Increasing the number of stomata per unit surface area should have the effect of doing which of the following?1. increasing dehydration of leaf tissues 2. decreasing dehydration of leaf tissues 3. countering the effect of declining CO2‚ on photosynthesis 4. reinforcing the effect of declining CO2‚ on photosynthesis 5. decreasing the O2‚ content of air next to the leaves lower than it would otherwise be 6. increasing the O2‚ content of air next to the leaves higher than it would otherwise be a. 1, 3, and 5 b. 1, 3, and 6 c. 1, 4, and 5 d. 2, 3, and 6 e. 2, 4, and 5