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Plant Biology: Plants Can Be So Hormonal Quiz
Think you’ve got your head wrapped around
? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Roots are important to plants for which reasons?
Providing instructions for plant reproduction
Producing axillary buds, which grow into lateral branches
Anchoring the plant, absorbing water and nutrients, and sugar storage
Q. Sporophytes are the dominant generation in all types of plants except:
Q. Gymnosperms and angiosperms are pretty similar, because they share all of the following except:
Shoot apical meristems
Q. Which tissue is involved in the transport of water in plants?
Q. Of the two types of cells involved in water transport, which occurs only in angiosperms?
Q. Primary cells/tissues come directly from what plant part? (Hint: it is a zone of high cell division activity.)
The grocery store
Q. If a short day plant has a critical day length of 11 hours, which 24-hour cycle would prevent flowering?
10 hours light/14 hours dark
12 hours light/12 hours dark
9 hours light/15 hours dark
11 hours light/13 hours dark
8 hours light/16 hours dark
Q. The ratio of which two hormones determines shoot vs. root development?
auxin and gibberellins
gibberellin and ethylene
cytokinins and auxin
ethylene and abscisic acid
auxins and gibberellins
Q. What are the male floral parts called?
Q. Water potential’s two components are:
solute potential and pressure potential
solute potential and hydrostatic potential
pressure potential and potential energy
cohesion and adhesion
kinetic and potential energy