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Plant Growth & Reproduction Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which term best describes plants, such as the foxglove, that develop leaves in one growing season and then develop flowers and seeds the next growing season?

Question 2 2. Oak trees grow for many seasons. However, every fall they lose their leaves and every spring they grow new leaves. Which term best describes oak trees?

Question 3 3. Which of the following is correctly paired?

Question 4 4. Vines grow straight until they find something to grow around. What is responsible for this adaptation?

Question 5 5. Unlike most other plant hormones, _____ inhibits growth and promotes seed dormancy.

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Question 6 6. Plants need sunlight in order to produce sugars and oxygen. What form of tropism best exemplifies the movement of plants towards sunlight?

Question 7 7. What cell goes through mitosis in order to become a mature female gametophyte?

Question 8 8. Mosses are best described as:

Question 9 9. Which structure is responsible for making spores through meiosis?

Question 10 10. What structure is responsible for producing sperm?

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Question 11 11. The dominant life stage for gymnosperms can best be described as:

Question 12 12. Which plant hormone is used to promote fruit ripening?

Question 13 13. Which structure is responsible for producing the female gametes?

Question 14 14. Dwarf species of plants can be treated with _____ in order to grow to a normal height.

Question 15 15. When a seed germinates, what causes the roots to orient themselves downward?

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Question 16 16. 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 17 17. Angiosperms are best described as:

Question 18 18. Some wildflowers, like the spring beauty and the trillium, bloom for a very short period of time. These wildflowers complete their entire life cycle within this short growing period. Which term best describes these plants?

Question 19 19. Some pansy plants must be planted each year as they die at the end of a growing season. Which term best describes these types of plants?

Question 20 20. What term best describes a group of sporangia located on the underside of some fern leaves?

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Question 21 21. Which correctly pairs the chromosome number term with the correct abbreviation?

Question 22 22. 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 23 23. What causes a lateral branch to grow upwards?

Question 24 24. What is the dominant life stage for mosses?

Question 25 25. Which structure is a result of double fertilization and provides a food sources for the developing embryo?

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Question 26 26. 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:

Question 27 27. Gymnosperms are vascular plants that produce:

Question 28 28. What diploid cells go through meiosis in order to produce spores?

Question 29 29. The white pine tree gradually loses its needles throughout the year. What terms can be used to describe such trees?

Question 30 30. Which structure is responsible for producing eggs?

Plant Growth & Reproduction Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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