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Science Everything You Wanted to Know About Plants…And Then Some
Created by Theresa Augustine
What part of a plant makes the food? 1.Root 2.Stem 3.Leaves 4.Flower
What is the process called when a plant makes its food? 1.Transpiration 2.Photosynthesis 3.Fertilization 4.Germination
The green substance that traps energy from sunlight is: 1.Chlorophyll 2.Chloroplasts 3.Chlorine 4.Slime 0%
The tiny openings on a leaf that control the plant’s water loss are: 1.Chloroplasts 2.Stomata 3.Transpiration 4.Cuticles
The leaf’s protective layer is the: 1.Stomata 2.Stem 3.Dermis 4.Epidermis
Plants need light and water to make food. What else do they need? 1.Wind 2.Oxygen 3.Carbon dioxide 4.Sand
How are plants different from animals? 1.Plants don’t need air. 2.Plants can make their own food. 3.Plants don’t need energy. 4.Plants can live in many different habitats.
If you continually remove all the green leaves from a plant, it will: 1.die. 2.wilt. 3.grow new shoots. 4.make food from nutrients in the soil. 0%
To use food energy, the plant breaks apart sugars in a process known as: 1.Respiration 2.Digestion 3.Photosynthesis 4.Transpiration
Pollen grain transfers from an anther to a pistil during the process of: 1.Germination 2.Flowering 3.Dispersal 4.Pollination
An undeveloped plant with stored food, sealed in a protective coat is a: 1.Seed 2.Seedling 3.Root 4.Bud 0%
The process of a seed sprouting is: 1.Pollination 2.Fertilization 3.Transpiration 4.Germination
The part of the plant that contains the egg cells is the: 1.Anther 2.Petal 3.Ovary 4.Spore
Which part of the seed begins to grow first? 1.Seed coat 2.Root 3.Stem 4.Leaf
Which seed has the best chance for growing into a healthy plant? 1.A seed that a bird cracks open and eats. 2.A seed that lands near the trunk of a tall, healthy tree. 3.A seed that blows onto a parking lot. 4.A seed that a bird drops in wet soil.
Most plants produce many more seeds than will ever become adult plants because: 1.they have many species. 2.many seeds do not survive. 3.some are for the birds. 4.it helps them adapt to their environment. 0%
A seedless plant grows from a: 1.spore. 2.embryo. 3.ovary. 4.root.
The joining of a female sex cell and a male sex cell into one cell is the process of: 1.photosynthesis. 2.respiration. 3.pollination. 4.fertilization.
Two ways in which plants can reproduce are: 1.forming seeds and germination. 2.forming spores and cloning. 3.forming seeds and spores. 4.forming seeds and branching.
How do seeds travel? 1.Seeds can be carried by wind and water. 2.Animals and insects can move seeds. 3.Some plants explode and scatter their own seeds. 4.All of the above. 0%