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Griffin's Plants

Quiz by Jennifer Griffin

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37 questions
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  • Q1
    Identify part 1 of the flower.
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    petals
    stamen
    pistil
    sepal
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  • Q2
    Identify part 2 of the flower.
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    filament
    stigma
    stamen
    anther
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  • Q3
    Identify part 3 of the flower.
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    pistil
    style
    stamen
    filament
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  • Q4
    Identify part 5 of the flower.
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    filament
    ovary
    stamen
    pistil
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  • Q5
    Identify part 6 of the flower.
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    anther
    stigma
    stamen
    style
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  • Q6
    Identify part 7 of the flower.
    Question Image
    style
    stigma
    anther
    filament
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  • Q7
    Identify part 8 of the flower.
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    ovules
    ovary
    sepal
    anther
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  • Q8
    A flower is damaged just as it opens. For this flower to become a fruit, which flower structure must remain undamaged?
    petals
    sepal
    pistil
    stamen
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  • Q9
    Which flower, after it is fertilized, will develop the most seeds?
    a flower with dozens of ovules
    a flower producing lots of pollen
    a flower with multiple stamens
    a flower receiving a lot of sunlight
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  • Q10
    Which of the following is a substance that contaminates the environment?
    development
    groundwater
    compost
    pollution
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  • Q11
    Which process is a major source of oxygen in the atmosphere?
    evaporation
    photosynthesis
    respiration
    precipitation
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  • Q12
    Which gases are exchanged during photosynthesis?
    carbon dioxide is used and oxygen is produced
    nitrogen is used and carbon dioxide is produced
    oxygen is used and carbon dioxide is produced
    oxygen is used and nitrogen is produced
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  • Q13
    What happens to light energy during photosynthesis?
    it leaves the plant through transpiration
    it leaves the plant through the roots
    it is converted to stored energy
    it is converted to chlorophyll
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  • Q14
    An indoor plant is placed in front of a window. After two weeks, the plant is leaning towards the window. Why is the plant leaning?
    it has excess carbon dioxide
    the plant was leaning in the direction of sunlight
    the plant was moved toward the window by a student
    the plant was blown over by air from a vent in the house
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  • Q15
    The main result of respiration is the
    storage of energy
    conversion of light energy into chemical energy
    production of energy from the breakdown of food
    building of muscles
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  • Q16
    Which of these is a necessary requirement for photosynthesis to occur?
    oxygen
    carbohydrates
    hydrogen
    chlorophyll
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  • Q17
    Why are plants that photosynthesize important for the human population?
    they produce carbon dioxide
    they produce oxygen
    they use water
    they contain chlorophyll
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  • Q18
    Which of the following most accurately describes the process of photosynthesis?
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    It releases energy from food.
    It requires energy from food.
    It releases energy from the sun.
    It requires energy from the sun.
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  • Q19
    What is the function of plant leaves?
    They obtain water for growth.
    They obtain minerals for growth
    They trap light energy for use during photosynthesis.
    They release stored energy.
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  • Q20
    Which plant function do flowers serve?
    food storage
    reproduction
    photosynthesis
    collecting water and minerals
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