Question: Roots that develop from a stem, leaf, branch or other plant part are called a. Root hairs b. adve…


Roots that develop from a stem, leaf, branch or other plant part are called a. Root hairs b. adventitious roots C. tap roots d, fibrous roots Which of the following is not a major function of a stem? b. c. Conduction of food materials c. conduction of water Support of the leaves d. loss of water vapor Which of the following is not a major function of roots? c. absorbing water and minerals from the soil d. Synthesizing sugars e. Synthesizing alkaloids and hormones d. anchoring the plant in the soil Plants that store large amounts of food in their roots during their first year and then use this reserve to form flowers, fruits, and seeds in the next year are called f. Annuals b. perennials c. biennials d. diunals In the majority of stems, the outer procambial cells develop into g. Pith b. cortex c. primary xylem d. primary phloem is the largest organelle in most mature living leaf cells. h. Nucleus b. chloroplast c. dictysome d. central vacuole are pores on the leaf surface that function in gas exchange. i. Stomata b. hairs ั.sclerids d.xylem is not characteristic of a shoot apical meristem. j. It is involved in the formation of bud primordial. k. It is involved in the formation of leafprimordial. I. It produces new cells. m. It is covered by a protective cap. The ability of a plant cell to develop into an entire plant is referred to the cells n. extensibility b. gene expression c. potentiality c. totipotency The transfer of genes between species that are not capable of forming hybrids is made possible by the technique of O, p. clonal propagation meristem culture c. protoplast fusion d. genetic engineering Tissue culture is used a. to rapidly increase the number of orchids for commercial sale. b. to culture protoplasts and propagate somatic hybrids. c. to grow plants from transgenic experiments. d. to propagate desirable somatic mutants (e.g., seedless grapes). e. all of the above Methods to insert desirable genes into a target cell in the production of a transgenic plant includes the use a crown gall bacterium or a. explant b. producing a somatic hybrid cell c. using a gun that fires very small DNA-covered gold pellets into the target cell d. cross pollination e. grafting

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Roots that develop from a stem, leaf, branch or other plant part are called a. Root hairs b. adventitious roots C. tap roots d, fibrous roots Which of the following is not a major function of a stem? b. c. Conduction of food materials c. conduction of water Support of the leaves d. loss of water vapor Which of the following is not a major function of roots? c. absorbing water and minerals from the soil d. Synthesizing sugars e. Synthesizing alkaloids and hormones d. anchoring the plant in the soil Plants that store large amounts of food in their roots during their first year and then use this reserve to form flowers, fruits, and seeds in the next year are called f. Annuals b. perennials c. biennials d. diunals In the majority of stems, the outer procambial cells develop into g. Pith b. cortex c. primary xylem d. primary phloem is the largest organelle in most mature living leaf cells. h. Nucleus b. chloroplast c. dictysome d. central vacuole are pores on the leaf surface that function in gas exchange. i. Stomata b. hairs ั.sclerids d.xylem is not characteristic of a shoot apical meristem. j. It is involved in the formation of bud primordial. k. It is involved in the formation of leafprimordial. I. It produces new cells. m. It is covered by a protective cap. The ability of a plant cell to develop into an entire plant is referred to the cell's n. extensibility b. gene expression c. potentiality c. totipotency The transfer of genes between species that are not capable of forming hybrids is made possible by the technique of O, p. clonal propagation meristem culture c. protoplast fusion d. genetic engineering Tissue culture is used a. to rapidly increase the number of orchids for commercial sale. b. to culture protoplasts and propagate somatic hybrids. c. to grow plants from transgenic experiments. d. to propagate desirable somatic mutants (e.g., seedless grapes). e. all of the above Methods to insert desirable genes into a target cell in the production of a transgenic plant includes the use a crown gall bacterium or a. explant b. producing a somatic hybrid cell c. using a gun that fires very small DNA-covered gold pellets into the target cell d. cross pollination e. grafting

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