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Plant Classification (Grade 10)

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Plant Classification

1. 
Plants that produce seeds formed by cones or conelike structures are classified as                  .
  1. gymnosperms
  2. angiosperms
  3. bryophytes
  4. none of the above
 
2. 
Plants which produce seeds that are covered by fruits are known as                  .
  1. gymnosperms
  2. angiosperms
  3. bryophytes
  4. none of the above
3. 
In 2005, a large algal bloom composed of                 caused a toxic condition known as the "red tide" which closed shellfish harvesting off of Newfoundland, Maine, and Massachusetts.
  1. cyanobacteria
  2. diatoms
  3. dinoflagellates
  4. red algae
 
4. 
Kelp and other various types of seaweeds are examples of                 .
  1. green algae
  2. blue-green algae
  3. brown algae
  4. yellow algae
5. 
The man responsible for devising the modern scientific classification system still in use today is                        .
  1. Carolus Linnaeus
  2. Sir Harry Johnston
  3. Albert Einstein
  4. William S. Pinkston Jr.
 
6. 
Which of the following are not a spore-bearing vascular plant?
  1. ferns
  2. cycads
  3. club mosses
  4. horsetails
7. 
The true mosses and liverworts are                  .
  1. gymnosperms
  2. angiosperms
  3. bryophytes
  4. none of the above
 
8. 
Which of the following trees would be classified as a monocot with parallel veins and fibrous roots?
  1. Oak Tree
  2. Pine Tree
  3. Palm Tree
  4. Maple Tree
9. 
Ferns are nonflowering non-vascular plants with spore-bearing leaves and horizontal underground stems.
  1. True
  2. False
 
10. 
The true mosses are non-vascular plants that lack xylem and phloem.
  1. True
  2. False
11. 
Plankton are microorganisms which float near the surface of the water and provide food for larger organisms.
  1. True
  2. False
 
12. 
Which of the following types of algae would be predominantly green in color?
  1. chlorophyta
  2. chrysophyta
  3. phaeophyta
  4. rhodophyta
13. 
Which of the following types of algae would have rigid cell walls composed of silica?
  1. paramecium
  2. euglena
  3. diatoms
  4. spirogyra
 
14. 
Which kingdom contains only prokaryotic organisms?
  1. Animalia (animals)
  2. Fungi (fungus)
  3. Monera (bacteria)
  4. Plantae (plants)
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