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Plants Study Guide

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Seed Plants reproduce using
seed/pollen
Classifications:
1. _Angiosperms_ - seeds in
flowers/fruit
_pollination___ - when
pollen from the anther
reaches the stigma
_fertilization___ - when a
pollen grain travels to the
ovary
Types of flowering plants:
A. Monocots
*_1__ seed part
(cotyledon)
*_parallel_ veins
*flower parts in multiples
of _3_
*_fibrous__ roots
*vascular bundles are
__scattered___

Seedless Plants reproduce using


__spores____
Common examples include:
1. _mosses____
2. _ferns______
absorption
translocation

photosynthesis

photosynthesis

translocation

absorption

B. Dicots

*_2_ seed parts


(cotyledons)
*_branched/netted_ veins
*flower parts in multiples
of
__4_ or _5__
*_tap root
areorin a
1. Are seed plants*vascular
a productbundles
of asexual
_rings_
sexual reproduction?
Give evidence of why

2. this
_Gymnosperms___
- seeds
in cones
you made
selection. (see test
answers)
2. How are seed plants classified? Explain
how you would make this distinction.
3. What does it mean for a plant to be
vascular? List and explain the parts of a plant
that determine this.
4. Angiosperms are further categorized into
pollination
two groups. Identify those groups and explain
34.
respiration
the characteristics of each.

pollination

Practice questions:
1. Carbon dioxide is removed from earths atmosphere by ___.
A. animal respiration
C. plant photosynthesis
B. decaying organisms
D. burning fossil fuels
2. Mr. Turner cut the stem of a water plant. He put the plant in a cup of water
under a light.

3.
4.

5.

6.

The students in Mr. Turners class observed bubbles coming out of the
stem. What are the bubbles being released by the plant?
A. carbon dioxide
C. hydrogen
B. helium
D. oxygen
In which part of a tree does photosynthesis most likely take place?
A. bark
B. roots
C. trunk
D. leaves
Vascular plants have tissue called xylem. Which of these is transported by
the xylem?
A. food made by the plant
C. pollen for plant reproduction
B. water needed by the plant
D. carbon dioxide for
photosynthesis
In flowering plants, what structure containing DNA is transported from one
plant to another?
A. nectar
B. chlorophyll
C. glucose
D. pollen
A plant is shown.

Which of these demonstrates the path that water takes through the plant?
A. W X Y Z
B. X W Y Z
C. Z Y X W

D. Z Y W X