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Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. These are the underground portion of a plant, which absorb, obtain or store nourishment and provide it support. a. leaves b. roots c. stem d. flower 2. This is the stalk of the plant which supports the fruit, flower or leaf. a. leaves b. root c. stem d. flower 3. What do you call the process of food-making in plants? a. photosynthesis b. photosynthetic c. photographic d. food processing 4. Which part of the plant is known to be the site of photosynthesis? a. roots b. stem c. leaves d. flower 5. Flowering plants form ______. a. grass b. cones c. flowers d. spores 6. Non-flowering plants produce _______. a. spores b. flowers c. fruits d. seeds 7. These are the lateral photosynthetic appendage of a plant. a. leaves b. roots c. stems d. flowers 8. A ______ has a reproductive system that enables the plants to reproduce its own kind. a. leaf b. root c. stem d. flower 9. It induces the plants in cell division, without this the plant flower and roots could not form. Also it helps root growth and protects the plant from diseases. a. nitrogen b. phosphorus c. potassium d. none of these 10. The plants need the following in order to live except, a. oil b. air c. Sunlight d. nutrients 11. Flowering plants have efficient ______system for carrying food and water. a. seeding b. vascular or transport c. flowering d. tubing 12. Pine trees belong to the _______plants because they produce cones. a. flower-bearing b. fruit-bearing c. cone-bearing d. seed-bearing 13. Which is not a function of roots? a. they anchor the plant to the ground b. they absorb water with dissolve nutrients from the soil c. they distribute water and food to various parts of the plant d. they collect and store food and water from the soil 14. The _____ provides the energy needed by the plants to manufacture food. a. flashlight b. sun c. moon d. comet 15. The green pigment in plants which trap energy from the sun. a. chlorine b. chlorophyll c. CFC’s d. carbon dioxide. 39

16. Green plants take in _________ from air and use it during photosynthesis. a. carbon dioxide b. CFC’s c. hydrogen d. oxygen 17. This plant bears flowers too and produce dull colored flowers that lack scent. Their seeds are carried by the wind. a. grass b. fruit trees c. gumamela d. fern 18. The tubes that carry nutrients and water to the plant. a. vascular b. endosperm c. tubular d. phloem 19. It provides covering for seeds and it can be fleshy like an apple or hard like a nut. a. stem b. roots c. fruit d. leaves 20. If we put oil to the leaves of the plants, the plants may a. grow healthy b. produce flower c. turn into yellowish color d. become fleshy 21. Plants use ______to carry nutrients from the roots to the leaves and food from the leaves back down to the roots. a. sunlight b. water c. air d. soil 22. These are the tiny openings of the leaves. a. stomata b. ovule c. flower d. chloroplast 23. These are examples of natural pollinators except a. birds b. bees c. man d. butterfly 24. It is a term used to refer to flowering plants. a. Angiosperms b. Gymnosperms c. Dicotyledons d. Monocotyledons 25. Why is chlorophyll important in the process of photosynthesis? a. because it releases energy b. because it forms starch c. because it absorbs water d. because it traps light energy from the sun 26. It is the sites in most plants where respiration, transpiration, and guttation take place. a. leaves b. flower c. roots d. stem 27. Which of the following is not a/an important plant nutrients? a. nitrogen b. potassium c. sodium d. phosphorus 28. Needed for the making of chlorophyll. a. potassium b. nitrogen c. chlorine d. phosphorus 29. A fern plant produce ________ in order to reproduce. a. flower b. fruit c. spores d. seed 30. A corn is an example of a. monocot b. dicot c. gymnosperms d. angiosperms



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