2. Which process is prevented from occurring when stamens are removed from an angiosperm? 1.self-pollination 2.cross-pollination 3.sexual reproduction 4.asexual reproduction
3. A plant with the leave-venation pattern shown would be classified a A. dicot, with two cotyledons B. dicot, with one cotyledon C. monocot, with two cotyledons D. monocot, with one cotyledon
4. A class observes the unknown plant and discovers that the plant’s seeds have only one cotyledon. When the class examines the leaves and stem, what will they MOST LIKELY find? 1.parallel veins and a ring of vascular bundles 2.parallel veins and scattered vascular bundles 3.a netted arrangement of veins and a ring of vascular bundles 4.a netted arrangement of veins and scattered vascular bundles
5. Why are nonvascular plants typically smaller and shorter than vascular pants? 1.Nonvascular plants use mitosis to produce cells. 2.Nonvascular plants use photosynthesis to obtain energy. 3.Nonvascular plants lack tubes to transport materials. 4.Nonvascular plants lack deep fibrous roots to obtain water.
conesinsects4 fruitinsects3 coneswind2 fruitwind1 Location of Seeds Main Method of Pollination Plant Plant Characteristics 6. Study the table below. Which plant is an angiosperm? 1.Plant 1 2.Plant 2 3.Plant 3 4.Plant 4
2in a ringmultiples of 4 or 52 1scatteredmultiples of 31 Number of Embryo Parts Arrangement of Vascular Tissue in Stem Number of Flowering Parts Plant Plant Comparisons 7. Study the table below. Which statement is correct? 1.Plants 1 and 2 are gymnosperms. 2.Plants 1 and 2 are nonvascular plants. 3.Plant 1 is monocot, and plant 2 is a dicot. 4.Plant 1 produces seeds, and plat 2 produces cones.