Plant Cultivation Revision Quiz

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Transcript Plant Cultivation Revision Quiz

Vegetative Reproduction
Link the type of asexual reproduction with the crop.
The first one is done for you.
Tubers
ginger
Rhizomes
onion
Bulbs
strawberry
Runners
potato
5 minutes
Runners eg. Strawberry plants
Rhizomes eg. Ginger
Bulbs eg. onions
Soil cultivation
Single Digging or
Bastard Trenching
What does it do
for the soil?
How does cultivating/digging improve the soil?
Pick five of the following:
•aerates the soil
•removes weeds
•changes the soil colour
•washes the soil away
•improves drainage
•FYM can be added to improve crumb structure
•raked to produce a good tilth
10 minutes
Seed germination
1. Put the labels on the diagram
1
2
2. What three
things are
essential for
germination?
4
1. plumule radicle testa cotyledon
3
2. oxygen light warmth water
10 minutes
Seed Germination
Testa (Seed Coat)
Plumule
Tough, so water is needed
to swell the seed and
break the testa before
the seed can germinate
Young shoot
Radicle
Cotyledons (Food Store)
Glucose + Oxygen
Young root
Energy
Enzymes are needed for respiration
therefore seeds only germinate in the
warmth
Light is not usually needed for germination except in
certain seeds such as lettuce
• light sensors
• temperature probes
• panic buttons
• carbon dioxide sensors
• pH meters
• fire extinguishers
• humidity sensors
• music players
Pick the 5 useful
devices for these
places
10 minutes
Problems when storing crops
Link the problem
with its
consequence
These will eat
the crop or
damage it with
faeces and
other wastes
Bruising
If crops are too
ripe they will
spoil before
they can be used
These can
discolour,
flavour or rot
away the crop
Damaged crops
allow in microbes
that will infect
the crop
Ripening
Diseases
Pests
10 minutes
Problems when storing crops
Link the problem
with its
consequence
These will eat
the crop or
damage it with
faeces and
other wastes
Bruising
Damaged crops
allow in microbes
that will infect
the crop
These can
discolour,
flavour or rot
away the crop
If crops are too
ripe they will
spoil before
they can be used
Ripening
Diseases
Pests
10 minutes
Problems when storing crops
Link the problem
with its
consequence
These will eat
the crop or
damage it with
faeces and
other wastes
Bruising
Damaged crops
allow in microbes
that will infect
the crop
These can
discolour,
flavour or rot
away the crop
Ripening
If crops are too
ripe they will
spoil before
they can be used
10 minutes
Diseases
Pests
Problems when storing crops
Link the problem
with its
consequence
These will eat
the crop or
damage it with
faeces and
other wastes
Bruising
Damaged crops
allow in microbes
that will infect
the crop
Diseases
These can
discolour,
flavour or rot
away the crop
Ripening
If crops are too
ripe they will
spoil before
they can be used
10 minutes
Pests
Problems when storing crops
Link the problem
with its
consequence
Bruising
Damaged crops
allow in microbes
that will infect
the crop
Diseases
These can
discolour,
flavour or rot
away the crop
Pests
Ripening
If crops are too
ripe they will
spoil before
they can be used
10 minutes
These will eat
the crop or
damage it with
faeces and
other wastes
Revision quiz
ANSWER
5.
What
does
asexual
mean?
ANSWER
4.
What
two
things
does
the flower
oforan
insect-pollinated
ANSWER
3.
What
are
the
disadvantages
of
cross
pollination?
2.
Which
is
easier
to
spread,
organic
inorganic
ANSWER
1.plant What
parts
of the
plantto
does
a lack of
have
to
attract
insects
it?
Nectar
Without
glands,
the
brightly
fori.e.
sex
coloured
cells,
apetals.
male
and
female
parent,
fertilisers?
It requires
a need
vector;
something
toitcarry
the pollen
Inorganic
fertiliser
–
because
is
usually
in
the
(1)
phosphorus
(1)
roots
seeds,
fertilisation,
pollination.
from
one
plant
to
another.
form of
an
easy
liquid
(2) nitrogen or granules.
(2) leaves and shoots
(3) potassium
(3)
flowers and fruits
affect?
10 minutes
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