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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Botany Questions

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Grade 9 Botany
The study of plants is called
  1. biology
  2. botany
  3. zoology
  4. ecology
Grade 9 Botany
Grade 9 Botany
Which part of a plant absorbs water and nutrients?
  1. the leaves
  2. the stem
  3. the roots
  4. the flowers
Grade 9 Botany
How do plants and algae convert and use light energy to create food?
  1. Through the process of photosynthesis.
  2. From proteins that move and become enclosed in a vesicle.
  3. From a vesicle that moves to the Golgi apparatus.
  4. From the membrane to where it is processed and routed to the next destination.
Grade 9 Botany
Vascular tissue in plants consists of
  1. meristems
  2. xylem and phloem
  3. parenchyma and collenchyma
  4. epidermis
Grade 9 Botany
Grade 9 Botany
Organisms in Plantae tend to have what kind of cell?
  1. Prokaryotic
  2. Divided
  3. Eukaryotic
  4. Unicellular
Grade 9 Botany
Which of the following is an example of vegetative reproduction?
  1. Crossing two different types of vegetables
  2. Growing a potato from a cubed potato
  3. Joining the egg and sperm of a tomato plant
  4. Reproducing simple moss plants from spores
Grade 9 Botany
In plants, most photosynthesis occurs in
  1. the vascular bundles, found in the stems and roots
  2. the epidermis, found in the leaves
  3. the mesophyll, found in the leaves
  4. the pith of the stem
Grade 9 Botany
Grade 9 Botany
Which of the following correctly defines a gymnosperm?
  1. A gametophyte structure that carries the male gamete
  2. A structure that carries the male gamete
  3. A nonvascular plant that produces seeds that are not enclosed in a fruit
  4. A vascular plant that produces seeds that are not enclosed in a fruit
Grade 9 Botany
Because of their life cycles, all trees can be described as
  1. perennials
  2. biennials
  3. annuals
  4. deciduous
Grade 9 Botany
Which increases when the stomata are open ?
  1. transpiration
  2. respiration
  3. photosynthesis
  4. growth
Grade 9 Botany
The outer covering of a plant consists of
  1. ground tissue
  2. vascular tissue
  3. dermal tissue
  4. meristematic tissue
Grade 9 Botany
An abscission layer is involved in
  1. the inhibition in the growth of roots
  2. the loss of leaves from deciduous trees
  3. the development of non-herbaceous stems
  4. all of the above
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