Welcome to your Transport in Plants(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. What are the cells called that surround the stomata? Guard Cell Red blood cell white blood cell2. Cohesion means... Water molecules tend to stick to the inside of the xylem vessel Water molecules tend to attract to each other, sticking together Water molecules tend to slide down the xylem vessel3. Hormones released during puberty lead to increased height in humans. What two systems interact to cause this increase in height? Endocrine and skeletal Integumentary and nervous Circulatory and reproductive Digestive and muscular4. The following makes up a vascular bundle except? Chloroplast Xylem Cambium Phloem5. Why are xylem cells dead? Because they have no nucleus Just because Lignin is impermeable6. If the plant cell is immersed in water, the water continues to enter the cell until the _____ Diffusion pressure deficit is the same inside the cell as outside Cell bursts Concentration of water is the same inside the cell as outside Concentration of salts is the same inside the cell as outside7. Guttation is the result of Diffusion Osmosis Root pressure Transpirational pull8. Cactus roots are near the surface to absorb water False True9. Supply the number of the part of the root which increases the total absorption surface of the root 2 1 4 610. In the cell wall what enables the apoplast pathway to function Oxygen Cellulose Water filled spaces Cytoplasm11. What is the role of the fibres? Packing tissue Transport water Support vessels12. Stomata open and close in response to Stimulation by auxins producing rapid growth. Water being pumped in and out of guard cells. The lack of available sunlight during the night. Crystal formation in the plant due to excess glucose13. What does the phloem transport? Translocation Sucrose All of the above Water14. Root hair cells absorb mineral ions using Diffusion Active transport Osmosis15. Which of the following best describes the function of the vascular tissues in plants? Produces sugar in the presence of sunlight. Helps transport substances throughout the plant. Converts the atmospheric carbon dioxide into oxygen. Controls when trees lose their leaves16. Which of the following cells types is dead at functional maturity? Guard cells Collenchyma cells Sieve-tube elements Vessel elements17. Which of these is not an advantage of transpiration? It enables a transpiration stream Cooling effect Aids translocation18. Match the vascular bundle, Phloem with its destinations From root upwards From leaves downwards19. Which of the following is involved in the control of water movement into a plant? Epidermis cortex Casparian strip Apical meristem20. The continuous column of water in vessel and tracheids during the ascent of sap does not usually get broken because of: Cohesion and adhesion Transpirational pull Weak gravitational pull Lignified thick walls21. Match the vascular bundle, xylem with its destination From leaves downwards From root upwards22. Which of the following cell types is alive at maturity and provides sugars to a plant? Vessel elements sieve-tube elements/members Collenchyma cells tracheids23. Which is made of dead cells? Xylem Phloem24. The process in which plants lose water vapor from the stomata is known as Translocation Transpiration Transmutation Transmitation25. 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? Circulatory and respiratory systems Respiratory and lymphatic systems Circulatory and endocrine systems Respiratory and integumentary systems26 out of 25Time is Up!