Review Packet on Plant Processes
In a process called _____________, plants
convert energy stored in food into a form of
energy that cells can use.
A. transpiration
B. Photosynthesis
C. Cellular respiration
D. phototropism
In a process called _____________, plants
convert energy stored in food into a form of
energy that cells can use.
A. transpiration
B. Photosynthesis
C. Cellular respiration
D. phototropism
The tendency of shoot tips of plants to grow and
bend toward the light is call ____________.
A. Gravitropism
B. Phototropism
C. Plant growth
D. Transpiration
The tendency of shoot tips of plants to grow and
bend toward the light is call ____________.
A. Gravitropism
B. Phototropism
C. Plant growth
D. Transpiration
Seeds become ___________ in order to survive
periods of drought or cold temperatures.
A. Dormant
B. Deciduous
C. Dead
D. Alive
Seeds become ___________ in order to survive
periods of drought or cold temperatures.
A. Dormant
B. Deciduous
C. Dead
D. Alive
Most of the water absorbed by a plant’s roots is
needed to replace the water lost during
_____________.
A. Winter
B. Summer
C. Phototropism
D. Transpiration
Most of the water absorbed by a plant’s roots is
needed to replace the water lost during
_____________.
A. Winter
B. Summer
C. Phototropism
D. Transpiration
A houseplant that is bending toward a sunlit
window is
A. Displaying a positive tropism.
B. Displaying a negative tropism.
C. Undergoing genetic change
D. Showing a seasonal effect.
A houseplant that is bending toward a sunlit
window is
A. Displaying a positive tropism.
B. Displaying a negative tropism.
C. Undergoing genetic change
D. Showing a seasonal effect.
The root tips of most plants show
A. Negative phototropism.
B. Positive gravitropism.
C. Positive phototropism.
D. Negative gravitropism.
The root tips of most plants show
A. Negative phototropism.
B. Positive gravitropism.
C. Positive phototropism.
D. Negative gravitropism.
Plant cells make glucose molecules from
A. CO2 and O2
B. C6H12O6
C. H20 and H2
D. CO2 and H2O
Plant cells make glucose molecules from
A. CO2 and O2
B. C6H12O6
C. H20 and H2
D. CO2 and H2O
The energy that powers photosynthesis comes
from
A. Light given off by the sun.
B. Collisions of gas molecules in the air.
C. The breakdown of sugar molecules inside
plant cells.
D. Chlorophyll absorbed through the soil.
The energy that powers photosynthesis comes
from
A. Light given off by the sun.
B. Collisions of gas molecules in the air.
C. The breakdown of sugar molecules inside
plant cells.
D. Chlorophyll absorbed through the soil.
A plant seed develops from
A. An ovary.
B. An ovule.
C. A sepal.
D. A pollen tube.
A plant seed develops from
A. An ovary.
B. An ovule.
C. A sepal.
D. A pollen tube.
Plants die without sunlight because they are
unable to carry out _____________.
A. Cellular respiration
B. Photosynthesis
C. Phototropism
D. pollination
Plants die without sunlight because they are
unable to carry out _____________.
A. Cellular respiration
B. Photosynthesis
C. Phototropism
D. pollination
For photosynthesis to occur, plants must take in
light energy, carbon dioxide, and water. In
addition to sugar plants produce ___________
A. N
B. P
C. K
D. O
For photosynthesis to occur, plants must take in
light energy, carbon dioxide, and water. In
addition to sugar plants produce ___________
A. N
B. P
C. K
D. O
Plants cells have organelles called chloroplasts,
where photosynthesis takes place. These
organelles contain a pigment call ___________
that absorbs light.
A. Cytoplasm
B. Ribosomes
C. Mitochondria
D. Chlorophyll
Plants cells have organelles called chloroplasts,
where photosynthesis takes place. These
organelles contain a pigment call ___________
that absorbs light.
A. Cytoplasm
B. Ribosomes
C. Mitochondria
D. Chlorophyll
Cellular respiration uses oxygen to release
energy from glucose. It also releases ________
and __________.
A. Nitrogen and water
B. Water and Phosphorus
C. Carbon dioxide and water
D. Carbon dioxide and nitrogen
Cellular respiration uses oxygen to release
energy from glucose. It also releases ________
and __________.
A. Nitrogen and water
B. Water and Phosphorus
C. Carbon dioxide and water
D. Carbon dioxide and nitrogen
The chemical formula for cellular respiration is
A. C6H12O6 + 6O2 > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
B. C6H12O2 + 6O2 > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
C. C6H12O6 + 6H2O > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
D. C6H12O2 + 6H2O >6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
The chemical formula for cellular respiration is
A. C6H12O6 + 6O2 > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
B. C6H12O2 + 6O2 > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
C. C6H12O6 + 6H2O > 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
D. C6H12O2 + 6H2O >6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
In the sporophyte phase, a seed grows into a
plant that produces _____________.
A. Sperms
B. Eggs
C. Spores
D. More seeds
In the sporophyte phase, a seed grows into a
plant that produces _____________.
A. Sperms
B. Eggs
C. Spores
D. More seeds
In the gametophyte phase, spores grow into
plants that produce _________ and _______.
A. Male spores and female spores.
B. Eggs and sperm
C. More spores and eggs
D. More spores and sperm.
In the gametophyte phase, spores grow into
plants that produce _________ and _______.
A. Male spores and female spores.
B. Eggs and sperm
C. More spores and eggs
D. More spores and sperm.
Both seed and seedless plants reproduce
A. Asexually
B. In water
C. Sexually
D. Using pollen
Both seed and seedless plants reproduce
A. Asexually
B. In water
C. Sexually
D. Using pollen
___________, a form of asexual reproduction,
are above-ground stems that can grow into new
plants—an example would be strawberries.
A. Runners
B. Tubers
C. Plantlets
D. Sperm
___________, a form of asexual reproduction,
are above-ground stems that can grow into new
plants—an example would be strawberries.
A. Runners
B. Tubers
C. Plantlets
D. Sperm
Plant stomata are usually open during the day
because
A. Photosynthesis can occur while there is
sunshine available.
B. Cellular respiration can occur while there is
sunshine available.
C. It gives the plant a rest.
D. That’s when more carbon dioxide is available.
Plant stomata are usually open during the day
because
A. Photosynthesis can occur while there is
sunshine available.
B. Cellular respiration can occur while there is
sunshine available.
C. It gives the plant a rest.
D. That’s when more carbon dioxide is available.
A stimulus of too little water in a plant would
trigger the
A. Opening of stomata to collect more water.
B. Leaves to produce more sugar.
C. Closing stomata to preserve water.
D. Beginning of more N, P, and K from the roots.
A stimulus of too little water in a plant would
trigger the
A. Opening of stomata to collect more water.
B. Leaves to produce more sugar.
C. Closing stomata to preserve water.
D. Beginning of more N, P, and K from the roots.
Photosynthesis takes place in
A. Roots
B. Mitochondria
C. Leaves
D. Stem
Photosynthesis takes place in
A. Roots
B. Mitochondria
C. Leaves
D. Stem
Flowering plants produce _________ .
A. Spores
B. Tubers
C. Seeds
D. runners
Flowering plants produce _________ .
A. Spores
B. Tubers
C. Seeds
D. runners
Growth, wilting, and dormancy are examples of
plant
A. Photosynthesis
B. Responses
C. Stimuli
D. Cellular respiration
Growth, wilting, and dormancy are examples of
plant
A. Photosynthesis
B. Responses
C. Stimuli
D. Cellular respiration
_____________ is the transfer of pollen from
the male reproductive structures to the female
structures of seed plants.
A. Reproduction
B. Transpiration
C. Dormancy
D. Pollination
_____________ is the transfer of pollen from
the male reproductive structures to the female
structures of seed plants.
A. Reproduction
B. Transpiration
C. Dormancy
D. Pollination
The process by which plants release water vapor
into the air through stomata is called ________.
A. Transpiration
B. Stamen
C. Photosynthesis
D. Cellular respiration
The process by which plants release water vapor
into the air through stomata is called ________.
A. Transpiration
B. Stamen
C. Photosynthesis
D. Cellular respiration
• What material do plants make during
photosynthesis?
• A. glucose
B. organelles
C. chlorophyll
D. carbon dioxide
• What material do plants make during
photosynthesis?
• A. glucose
B. organelles
C. chlorophyll
D. carbon dioxide
• What substance found within the chloroplasts
of leaves is responsible for capturing light
energy during photosynthesis?
• A. water
B. oxygen
C. chlorophyll
D. carbon dioxide
• What substance found within the chloroplasts
of leaves is responsible for capturing light
energy during photosynthesis?
• A. water
B. oxygen
C. chlorophyll
D. carbon dioxide
• What is an example of internal stimulus to
which plants can respond?
• A. light
B. hormones
C. temperature
• D. soil conditions
• What is an example of internal stimulus to
which plants can respond?
• A. light
B. hormones
C. temperature
• D. soil conditions
• The town of Pleasantville experienced a very hot, dry
summer with very little wind. How can these conditions
affect the reproduction of seed plants?
• A. Pollen travels on wind and water, so the conditions could
affect the ability of pollen to travel.
• B. Pollen requires hot temperatures and dry conditions, so
the conditions could help many plants thrive.
• C. The conditions are external stimuli that could trigger a
change in behavior in plants; they might wilt or die.
• D. Seed plants need water for sperm to swim, so the dry
conditions could make it harder for the sperm of seed
plants to fertilize eggs.
• The town of Pleasantville experienced a very hot, dry
summer with very little wind. How can these conditions
affect the reproduction of seed plants?
• A. Pollen travels on wind and water, so the conditions
could affect the ability of pollen to travel.
• B. Pollen requires hot temperatures and dry conditions, so
the conditions could help many plants thrive.
• C. The conditions are external stimuli that could trigger a
change in behavior in plants; they might wilt or die.
• D. Seed plants need water for sperm to swim, so the dry
conditions could make it harder for the sperm of seed
plants to fertilize eggs.
• As you walk past a field of sunflowers, you
notice the flowers are all facing the same
direction. This is an example of what?
• A. transpiration
B. phototropism
C. photosynthesis
D. sexual reproduction
• As you walk past a field of sunflowers, you
notice the flowers are all facing the same
direction. This is an example of what?
• A. transpiration
B. phototropism
C. photosynthesis
D. sexual reproduction
• Which of the following is a plant structure that
is involved in asexual reproduction?
• A. stigma
• B. stamen
• C. Pistil
• D. tuber
• Which of the following is a plant structure that
is involved in asexual reproduction?
• A. stigma
• B. stamen
• C. Pistil
• D. tuber
• What are the two phases of the plant life
cycle?
• A. zygote and seed
B. spores and flowers
C. sporophyte and zygote
• D. sporophyte and gametophyte
• What are the two phases of the plant life
cycle?
• A. zygote and seed
B. spores and flowers
C. sporophyte and zygote
• D. sporophyte and gametophyte
• Which of the following is a function of
stomata?
• A. absorb sunlight
B. release glucose
C. release water vapor
• D. absorb water through the roots
• Which of the following is a function of
stomata?
• A. absorb sunlight
B. release glucose
C. release water vapor
• D. absorb water through the roots
• Which plant life phase begins when two
gametes fuse together to form a zygote?
• A. sporophyte
• B. gametophyte
C. both sporophyte and gametophyte
• D. neither sporophyte or gametophyte
• Which plant life phase begins when two
gametes fuse together to form a zygote?
• A. sporophyte
• B. gametophyte
C. both sporophyte and gametophyte
• D. neither sporophyte or gametophyte
• Which of the following scenarios could cause
stomata to close?
• A. The plant lives near a wetland area.
B. The soil around the plant is very wet.
C. The soil around the plant is very dry.
• D. Rain has fallen every day for ten days.
• Which of the following scenarios could cause
stomata to close?
• A. The plant lives near a wetland area.
B. The soil around the plant is very wet.
C. The soil around the plant is very dry.
• D. Rain has fallen every day for ten days.