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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Botany Questions

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Grade 9 Botany
What does the vascular tissue phloem do?
  1. It consists of dead tubular cells.
  2. It transports sugar from leaves to all parts of the plant.
  3. It makes up tissue only found in stems.
  4. It transports water from roots to leaves.
Grade 9 Botany
In the nitrogen cycle, how is nitrogen is fixed?
  1. nitrogen-fixing bacteria
  2. lightning
  3. a only
  4. a and b
  5. none of the above
Grade 9 Botany
Grade 9 Botany
The study of plants is
  1. biology.
  2. botany.
  3. zoology.
  4. ecology.
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
Grade 9 Botany
You can recognize a plant as a dicot if it has
  1. netted veins.
  2. one seed leaf.
  3. parallel veins.
  4. flower parts in multiples of three.
Grade 9 Botany
What is another term for a flowering plant?
  1. embryo
  2. conifer
  3. angiosperm
  4. gymnosperm
Grade 9 Botany
Select all the reasons bees and other insects are attracted to flowers.
  1. They like the color.
  2. They feed on the petals.
  3. They feed on the nectar (sugars).
  4. They like to smell nice.
Grade 9 Botany
What are flowering plants called?
  1. angiosperms
  2. gymnosperms
  3. bryophytes
  4. conifers
Grade 9 Botany
Which tissue conducts water, minerals, and organic compounds within plants?
  1. ground tissue
  2. dermal tissue
  3. secretory tissue
  4. vascular tissue
Grade 9 Botany
Grade 9 Botany
Vascular tissue in plants consists of
  1. epidermis.
  2. meristems.
  3. xylem and phloem.
  4. parenchyma and collenchyma.
Grade 9 Botany
What process increases when the stomata are open? Select all that apply.
  1. photosynthesis
  2. transpiration
  3. respiration
  4. growth
Grade 9 Botany
Flowering plants can be divided into what two categories?
  1. vascular and non-vascular
  2. angiosperms and gymnosperms
  3. bryophytes and hydrophytes
  4. monocots and dicots
Grade 9 Botany
Why are nonvascular plants small?
  1. They don't receive enough sunlight.
  2. They don't get enough nutrients to grow tall.
  3. Their leaves are too small.
  4. They can't transport water and nutrients over long distances.
Grade 9 Botany
How do water and dissolved materials move through non-vascular plants?
  1. active transport
  2. transpiration
  3. transformation
  4. diffusion and osmosis
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