Stern’s Introductory to Plant Biology 12th Edition Bidlack Jansky Stern Test Bank

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ISBN-10: 0073040525

ISBN-13: 9780073040523 978-0073040523

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

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2. Which of the following is a primary meristem?
A. protoderm
B. cork cambium
C. collenchyma
D. lenticel
E. root hair

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3. 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.

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4. Primary tissues are produced by
A. secondary meristems.
B. vascular cambium.
C. cork cambium.
D. xylem.
E. apical meristems.

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5. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

12. 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

13. 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.

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14. 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

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15. 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

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16. 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.

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17. Which of the following is a type of sclerenchyma cell?
A. companion cell
B. sieve-tube element
C. procambium cell
D. ray cell
E. fiber

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18. A tissue composed of thin-walled cells with interconnecting air spaces between them is called
A. collenchyma.
B. chlorenchyma.
C. sclerenchyma.
D. aerenchyma.
E. secretory tissue.

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19. Lignin is found primarily in
A. parenchyma.
B. sclerenchyma.
C. collenchyma.
D. aerenchyma.
E. chlorenchyma.

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