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Plant Biology

Plant Biology

Plant Biology: Gametophyte On Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Plant Biology? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What are trichomes?


Trichomes are a new type of instrument made entirely out of plants.
Trichomes are the triploid part of a fruit that feed the embryo as it develops into a seedling.
Trichomes are epidermal hairs that help protect stems from herbivores, solar radiation and water loss.
Trichomes are instruments used to measure water potential.
Trichomes are the first part of the seedling to emerge from the seed.
Q. Which cell type is involved in wound repair?


Parenchyma
Collenchyma
Sclerenchyma
Guard cells
Sieve elements
Q. Which of these is not part of the shoot system?


Leaves
Rhizomes
Flowers
Fruits
Pericycle
Q. What kind of tissue forms bark?


Secondary phloem
Sclerids and fibers
Cortex
Stomata
Epidermis
Q. Guard cells open and close because of:


Wind
Rain
Noise
Solar energy
Turgor pressure
Q. Which characteristic is not typical of monocots?


Networked veins in the leaves
Shallow, fibrous roots
One seed leaf
Floral parts in multiples of threes
Primary growth is the only type of growth.
Q. Which type of plant has a dominant gametophyte generation?


Bryophytes
Ferns
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
All of the above.
Q. Archegonia make which type of gametes?


Spores
Seeds
Eggs
Sperm
Zygotes
Q. Which plants have more than one kind of spore?


Mosses
Ferns
Pine trees
Liverworts
None of the above.
Q. How do flowering plants reward pollinators?


Money
Honey
Fruit
Seeds
Nectar
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