Activities Quiz
1.

Xylem is indicated by the letter _____. (Activity 35A)

question #1

A
B
C
D
E


2.

The letter A indicates the _____. (Activity 35A)

question #2

xylem
stele
endodermis
cortex
epidermis


3.

The letter A indicates the _____. (Activity 35A)

question #3

xylem
vascular bundle
phloem
cortex
pith


4.

Pith is indicated by the letter _____. (Activity 35A)

question #4

A
B
C
D
E


5.

Ground tissue is indicated by the letter _____. (Activity 35A)

question #5

A
B
C
D
E


6.

In leaves, chloroplasts are found in _____. (Activity 35A)

xylem
cuticle
phloem
guard cells
palisade parenchyma


7.

The region surrounded by guard cells is indicated by the letter _____. (Activity 35A)

question #7

A
B
C
D
E


8.

Click on the diagram to start the animation.
Primary growth has occurred in the region(s) indicated by the letter(s) _____. (Activity 35B)

A
B
A and B
A and D
B and C


9.

Click on the diagram to start the animation.
Secondary growth has occurred in the region(s) indicated by the letter(s) _____. (Activity 35B)

A
B
A and C
A and D
B and D


10.

Secondary growth NEVER occurs in _____. (Activity 35B)

stems
roots
leaves
stems and leaves
roots and leaves


11.

_____ provides cells for secondary growth. (Activity 35B)

Apical meristem
Secondary xylem
Vascular cambium
Secondary phloem
The root


12.

Click on the diagram to begin the animation.
The letter A indicates _____. (Activity 35A)

vascular cambium
lateral meristem
apical meristem
secondary xylem
cork cambium


13.

Vascular cambium forms wood toward the stem's _____ and secondary phloem toward the stem's _____. (Activity 35B)

center ... center
surface ... surface
surface ... center
center ... surface
top ... bottom


14.

What is the function of cork? (Activity 35B)

providing a site for photosynthesis
providing cells for secondary growth
insulation and waterproofing
providing cells for primary growth
regulating the opening and closing of stomata


15.

How is the supply of vascular cambium maintained? (Activity 35B)

by the differentiation of secondary xylem
by the differentiation of secondary phloem
by the differentiation of cork
by the division of its cells
by the differentiation of apical meristem



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