BIOA02 Practice quiz Lecture 3-Plant Cells & plant Tissue with answer and explanation.docx

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Biological Sciences
Course
BIOA02H3
Professor
Ivana Stehlik
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 3 Practice 1. The cortex found in the dicot stem or a monocot root is made of what type of tissue? A) ground tissue B) epithelial tissue C) vascular tissue D) dermal tissue E) meristem tissue 2. We are very familiar with two things found in large woody plants, wood and bark. The wood is essentially made of ________ and the bark is essentially made of _________. A) xylem; phloem and cork B) xylem and phloem; epidermal tissue C) parenchyma; epidermis D) pith; cork E) meristem tissue; ground tissue 3. Which of the following is not a modified stem? A) potato B) celery C) onion D) carrots E) rhizome 4. Which function is NOT shared by both the root system and the shoot system of a plant? A) absorb water B) transport water C) transport inorganic nutrients D) transport organic nutrients E) All of these are functions of roots and shoots 5. Which of the following tissue types in the plant gives rise to the other three types? A) epidermal tissue B) ground tissue C) meristem D) vascular tissue E) None of these gives rise to the others 6. Which of the following tissues makes up the majority of the interior of the plant? A) epidermal tissue B) ground tissue C) meristem D) phloem E) reproductive tissue 7. Which of the following tissues forms the outer protective covering of the plant? A) epidermal tissue B) ground tissue C) meristem D) vascular tissue E) cuticle 8. Which of the following tissues transports water and nutrients within the plant? A) epidermal tissue B) ground tissue C) meristem D) vascular tissue E) None of these 9. Which of the following tissues is an embryonic tissue type found at the apex of roots and shoots? A) epidermal tissue B) ground tissue C) meristem D) vascular tissue E) All of these are found at the tips of roots and shoot. 10. Which statement is NOT true of the epidermis of a plant? A) The epidermis covers the entire body of an herbaceous plant. B) Guard cells are specialized epidermal cells found on leaf surfaces. C) The epidermis is renewed by meristem on woody plants. D) Root hairs increase the surface area of epidermal cells on roots. E) Cork cells replace epidermal cells on older woody plants. 11. Which of these plant tissue types most closely corresponds to the "typical" unspecialized plant cell? A) xylem B) phloem C) collenchyma D) sclerenchyma E) parenchyma 12. Which of these plant tissue types has cells with thick secondary cell walls, and is made up of fibers and sclereids? A) xylem B) phloem C) collenchyma D) sclerenchyma E) parenchyma 13. Which of these plant tissue types is composed of hollow nonliving tracheids and vessel elements that transport water from the roots to the leaves? A) xylem B) phloem C) collenchyma D) sclerenchyma E) parenchyma 14. Which of these plant tissue types is composed of cells with primary walls thickened at the corners that provide support for immature parts of the cell body? A) xylem B) phloem C) collenchyma D) sclerenchyma E) parenchyma 15. Which of these plant tissue types is composed of sieve-tube cells and companion cells, and transports organic nutrients made in the leaves? A) xylem B) phloem C) collenchyma D) sclerenchyma E) parenchyma 16. Which of these vascular tissue cells is alive but lacks a nucleus? A) tracheid B) sieve-tube cell C) vessel element D) companion cell E) secondary xylem 17. Which statement is NOT true about vascular tissue in plants? A) In leaves, the vascular tissue is found in the leaf veins. B) In stems, the vascular tissue is found in the vascular bundles. C) In roots, the vascular tissue is found in the central vascular cylinder. D) Xylem cells are hollow and nonliving, and they form a continuous pipeline that transports water and minerals. E) Phloem cells are hollow and nonliving, and they form a continuous pipeline that transports sugars. 18. Which statement is NOT true about primary plant growth? A) Only woody plants show primary growth. B) Primary growth increases the length of the plant. C) The ground meristem is a primary meristem that produces ground tissue. D) The procambium is a primary meristem that produces primary vascular tissue. E) The protoderm is a primary meristem that produces the more mature dermal tissue. 19. You need to identify a plant, but it is winter and the leaves
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