10/05/2020 Transport in Plants(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Transport in Plants(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Stomata open and close in response to Stimulation by auxins producing rapid growth.The lack of available sunlight during the night.Crystal formation in the plant due to excess glucoseWater being pumped in and out of guard cells.2. Which is the most commonly used pathway for water Apoplast pathwayVacuolar pathwaySymplast pathway3. Movement of water from the roots to the leaves is most affected by cell wall component tracheids.transpirational pull.Source-sink dynamics.Osmotic potential in sieve tube members.4. If the plant cell is immersed in water, the water continues to enter the cell until the _____ Concentration of salts is the same inside the cell as outsideDiffusion pressure deficit is the same inside the cell as outsideCell burstsConcentration of water is the same inside the cell as outside5. What do you use to measure transpiration? BongPotometerRulerMeasuring tape6. Which of the following is involved in the control of water movement into a plant?Apical meristemEpidermisCasparian stripcortex7. Mammals have two body systems which work together to move oxygen to all parts of the body. Which of the following body systems supply the body with oxygen?Respiratory and lymphatic systemsCirculatory and respiratory systemsRespiratory and integumentary systemsCirculatory and endocrine systems8. Cohesion means...Water molecules tend to slide down the xylem vesselWater molecules tend to stick to the inside of the xylem vesselWater molecules tend to attract to each other, sticking together9. Sugar movement through a plant is best described as going from a _____________ to a ______________. Hypotonic environment; isotonic environmentSource; sinkSink; sourceIsotonic environment; hypertonic environment10. The process in which plants lose water vapor from the stomata is known asTransmitationTranslocationTransmutationTranspiration11. The Xylem is ______ and the phloem is _______. In general, the xylem is ________ and the phloem is ________ Yellow, green, outward, inwardGreen, yellow, outward, inwardYellow, green, inward, outwardGreen, yellow, inward, outward12. During transpiration, water moves through a plant and moves out into the atmosphere through the leaves. Transpiration is the result of the interaction of which two parts of a plant?Stomata and Vascular tissueStomata and StamenAnthers and RootsRoot and Vascular tissue13. Root hair cells take in water molecules from the air.FalseTrue14. Why are xylem cells dead? Because they have no nucleusLignin is impermeableJust because15. Water and minerals move through the xylem from the roots to the top of the plant byOsmosisDiffusionPressureEquilibrium16. Decreased ion absorptionTrueFalse17. The casperian strip contains what making it waterproof? FibresWaxy cutileSuberin18. Which of these is not an adaption of parenchyma? IsodimetricNo cholorplastElongated cells19. Which of these is not an advantage of transpiration? Aids translocationCooling effectIt enables a transpiration stream20. _____ is a part of the medulla that occur in-between the vascular bundles of the dicotyledonous stemXylemCambiumPhloem21. When beet root cylinders are washed and placed in cold water, anthocyanin does not come out. This indicates that most likely plasma membrane is: Permeable to anthocyaninDifferentially permeable to anthocyaninDead structureImpermeable to anthocyanin22. Cohesion tension theory operates in _______. None of thesePassive absorptionActive absorptionBoth 1 and 223. Water moves throughout a plant through Casparian strip.Xylem tissue.Cork cambium.Phloem tissue.24. The casparian strip at the endodermis blocks which pathway? ApoplastSymplast25. What are the cells called that surround the stomata? Guard CellRed blood cellwhite blood cell26 out of 25Time is Up!