Q: What is the name given to the veinless, leaf-like flaps of tissue on the stem of
Q: Gnetophytes are the only gymnosperms that have vessels in their xylem
Q: In pine, the female gametophyte is housed in the:
Q: Which of the following s NOT a feature of CAM plants?
A: use two cell types to fix C2
Q: Which of the following gymnosperms has only one living species?
Q: Fruits that develop from ovaries that have unfertilized eggs are called
Q: Small molecules, such as sugar ions, and RNA pass between plant cells via
Q: Golden rice is?
A: a rice cultivar engineered to have high levels of carotenoids in the endosperm
Q: Microtubules are involved in the movement of flagella, cilia and organelles, as
well as in cell division
Q: Cell plate formation and the reformation of the nuclear envelope are features of
Q: Which of the following is generally absent from animal cells?
A: Large vacuoles and plasmodesmata
Q: Which of the following is NOT a primary meristem?
A: Cork cambium
Q: Sclerids and fibers are two forms of
A: Sclerenchyma Q: What is the name of the cell that is closely associated with sieve tube members in
A: Companion cells
Q: The periderm is composed of cork cells, replaces the epidermis, and constitutes
the outer bark in woody plants
Q: What is the name of the multi-layer epidermis coving the aerial roots of an orchid
Q: Amyloplasts in cells of the root apical meristem function as gravity sensors
A: False (in the root cap, not meristem)
Q: Roots that develop from the embryonic radicle are called
Q: The group of cells that reside under the endodermis is called?
Q: Uptake of DNA into cell can be achieved by:
A: Biolistic bombardment, electric shock, chemical treatments, microinjection
Q: Which of the following cell is NOT produced by the vascular cambium?
A: Pith cells
Q: Which type of stele consists of a s