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Plant Anatomy (1)

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Practice Worksheet – Plant Anatomy
1. Label the structures on the
cross-section of a leaf:
2. Describe these leaves as simple, pinnately compound, or palmately compound:
3. Identify these leaves as belonging to a monocot or dicot:
4. Flowering plants are grouped into 2 categories – monocots and dicots.
Determine which characteristics belong to each category by writing an M or D
in the table next to each illustration.
Characteristic
Monocot or Dicot??
Leaf Venation
(organization of
veins in leaves)
parallel
branching
Root type
taproot
fibrous
Number of
flower parts
(petals)
multiples of 3
often 4 or 5
Veins in the
stem
scattered
throughout
circle around outside
Practice Worksheet – Plant Anatomy
ANSWERS
1. Label the structures on the
cross-section of a leaf:
2. Describe these leaves as simple, pinnately compound, or palmately compound:
simple
pinnately
compound
palmately
compound
palmately
compound
pinnately
compound
3. Identify these leaves as belonging to a monocot or dicot:
5. Flowering plants are grouped into 2 categories – monocots and dicots.
Determine which characteristics belong to each category by writing an M or D
in the table next to each illustration.
Characteristic
Monocot or Dicot??
M
Leaf Venation
(organization of
veins in leaves)
parallel
Root type
M
fibrous
M
multiples of 3
Veins in the
stem
branching
D
taproot
Number of
flower parts
(petals)
D
M
scattered
throughout
D
often 4 or 5
D
circle around outside
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