Roots, Stems, and Leaves Review Quiz:
1. Which of these do nonvascular plants LACK?
Structures for water conduction
Structures for photosynthesis
2. Is a stem with a “pepperoni pizza” distribution of scattered vascular bundles a monocot or dicot?
3. When a stem has an orderly “birthday candle” distribution of vascular bundles is it a monocot or a dicot?
4. Which of these regions (divisions) is located directly above the root cap?
Region of maturation
Region of elongation
Region of cell division
Region of cell structure
5. Which of these structures is responsible for keeping water inside the root?
6. What is the function of the apical meristem?
7. Does a monocot root have an x-shaped pattern of vascular tissue or a random distribution?
It has an x-shaped pattern
It has a random distribution.
Each monocot is different from all others.
Only dicots have vascular tissue in their roots.
8. Which of these is responsible for air exchange within a leaf?
9. Which of these is responsible for transportation of nutrients?
10. Epidermal hairs help increase surface area for absorption. Which of these is their functional classification group?
11. Sieve tubes (sieve elements) are associated with which of these tissues?
12. Which of these tissues includes the companion cells?
13. What is the purpose of the root cap?
The root cap assists with absorption of water.
The root cap is for surface protection.
The root cap is the main area for cell division.
The root cap provides a region for food storage.
14. Which of these is associated with the upper epidermis of a leaf?
15. Which of these is associated with guard cells?