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Glencoe Biology Chapter 23: Reproduction in Plants Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What whorl in a flower contains the petals and attracts pollinators?

Question 2 2. Occasionally, there is a strange illness that kills bees. What is a likely side effect of this disease on plants?

Question 3 3. The mature microgametophyte is produced in which structure?

Question 4 4. Which structure is a result of double fertilization and provides a food sources for the developing embryo?

Question 5 5. Some plants, such as daffodils and tulips, may produce both sexually and asexually. When these plants produce through vegetative propagation, from what structure will new plants develop?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following best describes the dominant life stage in angiosperms?

Question 7 7. Plants such as cucumbers and rice do not require a critical length of daylight in order to bloom. These plants are best known as:

Question 8 8. Humans often manipulate plants in order to create results that are better fit for their needs. What process is often used to create new hybrids of grapes for making wine?

Question 9 9. What is the purpose of the pollen tube?

Question 10 10. Some plants, such as elm trees, lack one or more whorl of a flower. What term best describes these flowers?

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Question 11 11. Which structure is responsible for making spores through meiosis?

Question 12 12. Which term best describes the multicellular haploid stage of the plant life cycle?

Question 13 13. Which of the following terms best describes when a grain of pollen from an anther is placed on a stigma?

Question 14 14. A farmer grows roses and wants to be able to sell freshly blooming roses throughout the year. In order to control the time of flowering in his greenhouse, which would be the best plan?

Question 15 15. Which whorl of a flower contains anthers and filaments?

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Question 16 16. Which correctly pairs the chromosome number term with the correct abbreviation?

Question 17 17. Angiosperms are best described as:

Question 18 18. Why is the stigma generally sticky?

Question 19 19. Spores go through what process in order to create new, identical cells in order to become the gametophyte?

Question 20 20. Cocklebur plants will flower only when there is less than 14 hours of sunlight per day. This type of plant can best be described as:

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Question 21 21. In plants, the _____ are responsible for sensing the amount and length of sunlight.

Question 22 22. What is another term for vegetative propagation?

Question 23 23. Some plants, such as strawberries, develop new flowering stems through the use of aboveground horizontal stems. Which term best describes these structures?

Question 24 24. A certain plant develops incomplete flowers that do not have a scent. Which of the following is the most likely method of pollination?

Question 25 25. Which structure is correctly matched with its chromosome number?

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Question 26 26. Some flowers, such as daffodils and pansies, are often yellow in color. Which of the following is the most likely method of pollination?

Question 27 27. Which structure is responsible for producing the female gametes?

Question 28 28. In what type of environment is vegetative propagation the most advantageous?

Question 29 29. Which of the following structures is not found in the gynoecium whorl?

Question 30 30. Spinach requires at least 14 hours of sunlight per day before it will bloom. This type of plant can best be described as:

Glencoe Biology Chapter 23: Reproduction in Plants Chapter Exam Instructions

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