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Plants Jeopardy Test Review Game
General InfoParts of Plants More Parts of Plants Gymnosperm and Misc. Info Angiosperm
Name 2 characteristics that all plants share.
eukaryotes autotrophs cell wall multicellular
Name two differences between vascular and nonvascular plants.
Vasculargrow tall, thick cell wall, has vascular tissue, and lives in dry areas Nonvascularlow growing, thin cell wall, doesnt have vascular tissue, and lives in damp areas
In some plants, food is stored inside seed leaves called _________.
Angiosperms that have seeds with two seed leaves are called ________.
Name the 2 different stages in the life cycle of a plant.
sporophyte and gametophyte
What happens in the xylem?
Water moves up from the roots.
What happens in the phloem?
Food moves down from the leaves.
Which of the following is NOT part of the seed? a. stored food b. embryo c. cotyledon d. fruit
What part of the woody stem forms rings that indicate a trees age?
Gases pass in and out of a leaf through the _________.
Name 3 functions of a root.
anchors the plant, absorbs water, sometimes stores food
What is the function of root hairs?
absorb water and nutrients
What part of the plant protects the root as it grows into the rocky soil?
The ______ is the waxy layer that covers the leaves of most plants and helps to retain water.
Which type of plants do not contain a complex system used for transporting water, nutrients, and food through their bodies?
What is a gymnosperm?
a seed plant that produces naked seeds
The reproductive structures of most gymnosperms are called ______.
How are gymnosperms different from angiosperms?
Gymnosperms do not produce flowers or fruits.
The process by which water evaporates from a plants leaves is known as ___________.
A plants growth response toward or away from a stimulus is called a(n) _____________.
What two things are produced by angiosperms?
flowers and fruit
Angiosperms that live for more than two years are called __________.
Germination will not occur unless a seed __________________.
As the seeds of an angiosperm develop, the ovary changes into a(n) ______________.
Name the male and female reproductive structure of an angiosperm.
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