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Plants Pretest
1. Meristematic tissues in plants are
composed of cells specialized for cell
division. These types of cells are most
likely to be found in what part of the
plant?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Leaf epidermis
Stem tips
Vascular tissue
Root tips
Both b and d
2.
This diagram shows an array (variety) of grass
plants. You may notice that the majority of their
plant body is underground with an abundance of
root hairs. Which of the following would best
explain the benefit of this particular adaptation?
A. Improved ability to detect
areas high in carbon dioxide
B. More resistance to insecttransmitted disease
C. Increased ability to maintain
cooler leaf temperatures
D. More surface area for
absorption of water
E. Increased photosynthetic
ability
3. Stomata have the ability to open and close
to aid the plant in its ability to survive in a
terrestrial environment. Stomata open and
close with the help of which of the
following?
A. Guard cells
B. Accessory cells
C. The cuticle
D. Chloroplast
E. None of the above
4. How do gymnosperms and
angiosperms differ?
A. Gymnosperms produce fruits while
angiosperms produce pollen
B. Gymnosperms produce pollen while
angiosperms produce seeds
C. Gymnosperms produce cones while
angiosperms produce flowers
D. Gymnosperms produce flowers while
angiosperms produce cones
E. Gymnosperms produce flowers while
angiosperms produce pine needles
5. Which of the following has the name of an
angiosperm’s male/female reproductive
organ matched with the appropriate
structures that form them.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Stamen: Stigma, Style, Ovary
Pistil: Filament, Anther
Stamen: Sepals, Filament
Pistil: Petals, Ovary
Stamen: Filament, Anther
Pistil: Stigma, Style, Ovary
Stamen: Anther, Ovary
Pistil: Ovule, Ovary, Filament
Stamen: Seeds
Pistil: Fruits
6. Which of these statements best
explains the process of energy
conversion that takes place in the
mitochondria?
C6H12O6 + 6 H2O  6 CO2 + 6 H2O + ~36 ATP
A. Energy is required for carbon dioxide molecules to
form six-carbon sugar molecules.
B. Water molecules and radiant energy are necessary for
anaerobic respiration to take place.
C. Oxygen molecules release energy in the form of heat
during combustion reactions.
D. The energy in the bonds of glucose molecules is
transferred to the phosphate bonds in ATP.
7. A botanist has received a new species
of plant from a rainforest in Central
America. Which of the following
represents an adaptation that this plant
might possess?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Needle-like leaves
Broad leaves
Narrow leaves
All of the above
None of the above
8. Which of the following is an example
of plant structures showing an
adaptation to their
environment/biome?
A. Waxy covering called a cuticle to prevent overexposure
to sunlight
B. Thick tree bark to protect from cold temperatures
C. Lack of anthers to prevent reproduction
D. Evergreen trees with needle-like leaves to prevent the
picking of fruit
E. Male pine cones growing low on the tree to ensure
pollination
9.
Many vegetables (ex. Carrots and beets) store
glucose, made during photosynthesis. Since this
type of storage unit is underground this portion
of the plant is unable to photosynthesize. When
glucose is transported to the site of storage by
phloem, which two systems are working
together?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Root and reproductive
Root and vascular
Vascular and reproductive
Muscular and vascular
Reproductive and digestive
10. The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs in
the leaves of plants. The carbon dioxide is used to help
harness energy from the sun. Plants use the energy for
many functions. One of which is the production of
flowers. When a plant’s phloem transports glucose to
the site of flower production a flower’s the
reproductive system is working primarily with
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
The root system
The vascular system
The immune system
The excretory system
The integumentary system
Plants Pretest
1. Meristematic tissues in plants are
composed of cell specialized for cell
division. These types of cells are most
likely to be found in what part of the
plant?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Leaf epidermis
Stem tips
Vascular tissue
Root tips
Both b and d
2.
This diagram shows an array (variety) of grass
plants. You may notice that the majority of their
plant body is underground with an abundance of
root hairs. Which of the following would best
explain the benefit of this particular adaptation?
A. Improved ability to detect
areas high in carbon dioxide
B. More resistance to insecttransmitted disease
C. Increased ability to maintain
cooler leaf temperatures
D. More surface area for
absorption of water
E. Increased photosynthetic
ability
3. Stomata have the ability to open and close
to aid the plant in its ability to survive in a
terrestrial environment. Stomata open and
close with the help of which of the
following?
A. Guard cells
B. Accessory cells
C. The cuticle
D. Chloroplast
E. None of the above
4. How do gymnosperms and
angiosperms differ?
A. Gymnosperms produce fruits while
angiosperms produce pollen
B. Gymnosperms produce pollen while
angiosperms produce seeds
C. Gymnosperms produce cones while
angiosperms produce flowers
D. Gymnosperms produce flowers while
angiosperms produce cones
E. Gymnosperms produce flowers while
angiosperms produce pine needles
5. Which of the following has the name of an
angiosperm’s male/female reproductive
organ matched with the appropriate
structures that form them.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Stamen: Stigma, Style, Ovary
Pistil: Filament, Anther
Stamen: Sepals, Filament
Pistil: Petals, Ovary
Stamen: Filament, Anther
Pistil: Stigma, Style, Ovary
Stamen: Anther, Ovary
Pistil: Ovule, Ovary, Filament
Stamen: Seeds
Pistil: Fruits
6. Which of these statements best
explains the process of energy
conversion that takes place in the
mitochondria?
C6H12O6 + 6 H2O  6 CO2 + 6 H2O + ~36 ATP
A. Energy is required for carbon dioxide molecules to
form six-carbon sugar molecules.
B. Water molecules and radiant energy are necessary for
anaerobic respiration to take place.
C. Oxygen molecules release energy in the form of heat
during combustion reactions.
D. The energy in the bonds of glucose molecules is
transferred to the phosphate bonds in ATP.
7. A botanist has received a new species
of plant from a rainforest in Central
America. Which of the following
represents an adaptation that this plant
might possess?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Needle-like leaves
Broad leaves
Narrow leaves
All of the above
None of the above
8. Which of the following is an example of
plant structures showing an adaptation
to their environment/biome?
A. Waxy covering called a cuticle to prevent overexposure
to sunlight
B. Thick tree bark to protect from cold temperatures
C. Lack of anthers to prevent reproduction
D. Evergreen trees with needle-like leaves to prevent the
picking of fruit
E. Male pine cones growing low on the tree to ensure
pollination
9.
Many vegetables (ex. Carrots and beets) store
glucose, made during photosynthesis. Since this
type of storage unit is underground this portion
of the plant is unable to photosynthesize. When
glucose is transported to the site of storage by
phloem, which two systems are working
together?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Root and reproductive
Root and vascular
Vascular and reproductive
Muscular and vascular
Reproductive and digestive
10. The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs in
the leaves of plants. The carbon dioxide is used to help
harness energy from the sun. Plants use the energy for
many functions. One of which is the production of
flowers. When a plant’s phloem transports glucose to
the site of flower production a flower’s the
reproductive system is working primarily with
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
The root system
The vascular system
The immune system
The excretory system
The integumentary system
Grading
Scale
Number of Q’s Missed
Grade
1
90
2
80
3
70
4
60
5
50
6
40
7
30
8
20
9
10
10
0