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Plant Parts & Function

Quiz by Chris Rafalik

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18 questions
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  • Q1
    What is the name of the structure?
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    Anther
    Style
    Stigma
    Filament
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  • Q2
    What is the function of the structure?
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    Colorful to attract pollinators
    Produces pollen (male sex cell) for reproduction
    Conducts photosynthesis
    Sticky and collects pollen for transport to ovary
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  • Q3
    Which pairing of words best describes this structure
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    Male/Style
    Male/Filament
    Female/Style
    Female/Filamnet
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  • Q4
    Which plant process occurs in the structure?
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    Transport of nutrients (amino acids and carbohydrates)
    Fertilization of a ovule by a pollen cell to produce a seed
    Photosynthesis
    Transport of water
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  • Q5
    Which statement about the part shown is accurate
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    The petal is female and holds the seed once fertilized
    The petal is neither male nor female and is used to attract pollinators
    The sepal is male and is used to produce pollen
    The petal is male and prevents parasites from harming the ovary
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  • Q6
    Which statement matches the plant structure with its function?
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    The phloem moves water through passive transport
    The phloem moves nutrients through active transport
    The xylem moves water through passive transport
    The xylem moves nutrients through active transport
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  • Q7
    The structures shown is known as the
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    Pistil and is female
    Pistil and is male
    Stamen and is female
    Stamen and is male
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  • Q8
    The structure shown is known as the
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    The tepal and serves as a landing structure for insects
    Sepal and protects the flower before blooming
    The petiole and connects the leaves to the stem
    The sepal and collects water for the xylem
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  • Q9
    These structures together are known as the
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    Stamen
    Anther
    Stigma
    Pistil
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  • Q10
    If students wanted to observe meiosis with a microscope, which structures would be the best place to observe?
    Filament and Style
    Stigma and Anther
    Anther and Ovary
    Petal and Root tip
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  • Q11
    Which statement is true about the structure shown?
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    Stigma is sticky in order to collect pollen for fertilization
    The petals are initially formed at the center of the flower and move outward
    The stigma is open to collect rain water for photosynthesis
    The anther produces the male pollen cells for fertilization
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  • Q12
    Which plant process occurs in this structure?
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    The xylem moves water from the root tips to all parts of the plant
    A pollen tube extends from the stigma to the ovary during fertilization
    The phloem moves nutrients and carbohydrates around the plant
    The filament provides structure for the anther
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  • Q13
    What plant structure is shown?
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    Phloem moves nutrients through active transport
    Phloem moves water through passive transport
    Xylem moves nutrients through passive transport
    Xylem moves water through passive transport
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  • Q14
    The structure labeled A is known as the
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    Pallisade Mesophyll
    Spongy Mesophyll
    Cuticle
    Stomata
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  • Q15
    The structure labeled B is known as the
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    Epidermis
    Cuticle
    Palisade mesophyll
    Spongy mesophyll
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  • Q16
    The cells in the leaf where the majority of photosynthesis occurs
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    Structure D known as the spongy mesophyll
    Structure C known as the pallisade mesophyll
    Structure B known as the epidermis
    Structure C known as the spongy mesophyll
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  • Q17
    The layer of the leaf that provides the space necessary for transpiration
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    Structure B the epidermis
    Structure D the pallisade mesophyll
    Structure C the pallisade mesophyll
    Structure D the spongy mesophyll
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  • Q18
    What type of plant cell is shown?
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    Pollen Cell
    Leaf cell
    Stem cell
    Root cell
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