Plant Quiz

By: Brittney Melanson

1. (D) The growth or turning of plant roots toward or away from moisture is the definition of

A. Geotropism

B. Xylem

C. Internal Stimuli

D. Hydrotrophism

2.(F&I) Plants have systems of tubes called _______ and ________ for transporting water and nutrients

F. Phloem

G. Tropism

H. Phototropism

I. Xylem

3.(B) Turgor Pressure...

A. is a highly fluorinated methyl ethyl ether used for maintenance of general anesthesia

B. pushes the plasma membrane against the cell wall of plant, bacteria, and fungi cells as well as those protist cells which have cell walls

C. are special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand

D .the turning or bending of a plant or other organism in response to a touch stimulus

4.(F) A plant tropism where the plant responds towards stimuli is

F. Positive

G. Negative

H. Unreliable

I. Neutral

5.(A) If a plant were to grow away/towards light that would be an example of..

A. Phototropism

B. Carbon Dioxide

C. Chemical Bonds

D. Tissue

6.(H) Getting sick or a disease is the work of

F. Turgor Pressure

G. Geotropism

H. Internal Stimuli

I. Emergent

7.(C) A plants response to light, either grow toward the source of light or away from it.

A. Thigmatropism

B. Hydrotrpism

C. Phototropism

D. Geotropism

8.(True) Phloem moves sugar down to the plants roots.

True or False

9.(True) An example of External Stimuli is getting hit in the face.

True or False

10.(False) Sap dripping from a tree is an example of Xylem.

True or False

11.(True) Phloem is always living.

True or False

12.(False) Xylem never dies.

True or False

13. (False) Phloem is made of vessels that are connected end to end.

True or False