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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Botany Questions

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Grade 5 Botany
Plants produce oxygen.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Botany
Vascular plants can grow tall because
  1. they live in areas with enough rain
  2. they get plenty of minerals
  3. transport water directly into their cells
  4. they contain tubes that move food and water
Grade 5 Botany
Plants breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Botany
A                     produces flowers with seeds.
  1. coniferous plant
  2. flowering plant
  3. spore
  4. non flowering plant
Grade 5 Botany
Which of these do plants produce?
  1. soil
  2. water
  3. oxygen
  4. minerals
Grade 5 Botany
Leaves take in carbon dioxide.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Botany
The transfer of pollen from the anther of stamen to the stigma of a plant is called                ?
  1. pollination
  2. reproduce
Grade 5 Botany
All plants produce their own food.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Botany
The two main groups plants can be divided into are?
  1. Nonvehicular and Vehicular
  2. Nonvascular and Vascular
  3. Nonvaprise and Vaporise
  4. Nononsense and Nonsense
Grade 5 Botany
Mosses, Liverworts and Hornworts are three types of                plants.
  1. Vehicular
  2. Nonvascular
  3. Vascular
  4. Nonvehicular
Grade 5 Botany
A               is a small cell that grows into a new plant.
  1. flower
  2. pine cone
  3. spore
  4. stem
Grade 5 Botany
Seeds need water to germinate.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Botany
What are the four main things a plant needs to grow?
  1. Water, Light, Heat and Oxygen
  2. Water, Light, Nutrients and Warmth
  3. Water, Nutrients, Carbon Dioxide and Fungus
  4. Nutrients, Oxygen, Warmth and Carbon Dioxide
Grade 5 Botany
Carbon dioxide enters the leaves through the                .
  1. roots
  2. stem
  3. stomata
  4. flowers
Grade 5 Botany
Moss and liverworts are                 plants because they do not have tubelike structures to move water and substances.
  1. vascular
  2. nonvascular
  3. gymnosperm
  4. angiosperm
Grade 5 Botany
                plants are those that lose all their leaves at the same time every year.
  1. flowering
  2. coniferous
  3. deciduous
  4. carnivorous
Grade 5 Botany
Which of these is an example of a plant that has a taproot?
  1. carrot
  2. trees
  3. grass
Grade 5 Botany
The process when seed is getting an impulse to grow is called               germination              .
Grade 5 Botany
What is a pigment or coloring matter that helps plants use light energy to make sugar?
  1. spores
  2. photosynthesis
  3. pollen
  4. chlorophyll
Grade 5 Botany
The transfer of pollen from the male parts to the female parts is called               .
  1. Grouping
  2. Contamination
  3. Pollination
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