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Plants Known as Bryophytes (Grades 11-12)

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Plants Known as Bryophytes

1. 
Which of the following represents the most ancient group of surviving land plants?
  1. liverworts
  2. hornworts
  3. mosses
  4. ferns
 
2. 
Which of the following characteristics is NOT found in all groups of land plants?
  1. chlorophyll a
  2. starch as the storage of carbohydrates
  3. embryos developing under the protection of a parent plant
  4. an accessory pigment called phycoerythrin
3. 
Which of these is an adaptation plants needed to make in order to survive on land?
  1. a waxy cuticle
  2. a carbohydrate energy-storage molecule
  3. a diploid form that produces haploid gametes
  4. a way for water to be transported around the body
 
4. 
How do bryophytes survive on land without having true leaves, stems, or roots?
  1. They live in moist environments.
  2. They have a thick cuticle to prevent water loss.
  3. They are so small that minerals can diffuse directly into their bodies.
  4. Both b and c are correct
5. 
In bryophytes, the green structure that is usually visible to the naked eye is the                              stage of the life cycle.
 
6. 
What is the branched structure called that mosses produce after spore germination has happened?
  1. antheridium
  2. capsule
  3. protonema
  4. microphyll
7. 
In which group of bryophytes did stomata first appear?
  1. the hornworts
  2. the mosses
  3. the liverworts
  4. the club mosses
 
8. 
During which part of the alternation of generations life cycle of bryophytes are spores produced?
  1. meiosis
  2. mitosis
  3. fertilization
  4. gametophyte
9. 
Why do plants, such as bryophytes, need to have liquid water present in order for sexual reproduction to occur?



 
10. 
Why is it most common to find mosses and other bryophytes growing on the north side of rocks and trees (in the northern hemisphere)?



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