Stern’s Introductory Plant Biology 13th Edition Bidleck Jansky Stern Test Bank

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ISBN-10: 0073369446

ISBN-13: 9780073369440 978-0073369440

Chapter 04

Tissues
Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Which of the following is a meristematic tissue?
    A.parenchyma
    B. cork cambium
    C. xylem
    D. collenchyma
    E. epidermis

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. Which tissue is derived from the apical meristem?
    A.protoderm
    B. cork cambium
    C. periderm
    D. secondary phloem
    E. secondary xylem

 

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

 

  1. In grasses and related plants, intercalary meristems are found in the vicinity of
    A.axillary buds.
    B. roots.
    C. nodes.
    D. cuticles.
    E. leaf tips.

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. In which location would an intercalary meristem be found?
    A.apical regions
    B. base of grass leaves
    C. tips of leaves
    D. tips of roots
    E. shoot tips

Blooms: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. Primary tissues can be traced to their origin in
    A.lateral meristems.
    B. vascular cambium.
    C. cork cambium.
    D. apical meristems.
    E. intercalary meristems.

 

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

 

  1. Actively dividing cells can be found in
    A.meristems.
    B. xylem tissue.
    C. epidermal tissue.
    D. center of stems.
    E. phloem tissue.

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. Which of the following is a meristematic tissue?
    A.parenchyma
    B. periderm
    C. cork cambium
    D. epidermis
    E. collenchyma

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. The primary activity of cells of meristematic tissues is ______________________.
    A.support
    B. transport of water
    C. photosynthesis
    D. cell division
    E. defense

 

Blooms: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

 

  1. Lateral meristems, such as ________________, produce tissues that increase the girth of a plant.
    A.vascular cambium
    B. secondary phloem
    C. periderm
    D. parenchyma
    E. collenchyma

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. Primary meristems produce tissues that ________________.
    A.increase the width of a plant
    B. increase the mass of a plant
    C. increase the length of a plant
    D. lead to the production of bark
    E. produce the cork cambium

Blooms: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 04.01 List and describe plant meristems and where they are found.

  1. Groups of cells that have a similar structure or common function are called ______________.
    A.tissues
    B. meristems
    C. differentiated cells
    D. primary meristems
    E. secondary meristems

 

Blooms: 2. Understand
Learning Outcome: 04.02 State the difference between simple tissues and complex tissues and provide examples of each.

 

  1. Which of the following tissues has support as one of its primary functions?
    A.phloem
    B. vascular cambium
    C. parenchyma
    D. cork cambium
    E. collenchyma

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.03 Describe three types of simple tissues and where they may be found in the plant.

  1. Which of the following cells has a relatively thick wall?
    A.companion cell
    B. parenchyma cell
    C. sclereid
    D. sieve-tube element
    E. vascular cambium cell

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.03 Describe three types of simple tissues and where they may be found in the plant.

  1. Parenchyma cells that develop irregular extensions of the cell wall that greatly increase the surface area are called
    A.transfer cells.
    B. sclereids.
    C. aerenchyma.
    D. tracheids.
    E. lenticels.

Blooms: 1. Remember
Learning Outcome: 04.03 Describe three types of simple tissues and where they may be found in the plant.

 

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