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Roots, Stems, and Leaves (Grade 10)

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Roots, Stems, and Leaves

Which structure transports organic nutrients, usually from the leaves to the roots?
  1. xylem
  2. phloem
  3. vascular bundle
  4. epidermis
The woody tissue of a stem that carries water and dissolved materials upward from the roots to the leaves is the
  1. xylem.
  2. phloem.
  3. trachea.
  4. parenchyma.
Sap is the liquid in the roots, stems, and leaves of the plant.
  1. True
  2. False
The loss of water vapor from the leaves and stems of plants by means of evaporation through the stomata is
  1. perspiration.
  2. evaporation.
  3. transpiration.
  4. condensation.
A tap root is usually formed by thin, moderately branching roots growing from the stem.
  1. True
  2. False
Wood is another name for phloem tissue.
  1. True
  2. False
Define xylem. List five key facts about the xylem tissue.

Trees that lose their leaves in the winter are described as
  1. deciduous.
  2. tropical.
  3. coniferous.
  4. evergreen.
What is the main function of the leaves found on plants?

What is the difference between a pinnate leaf pattern and a palmate leaf pattern?

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