What do we call the loss of water from a plant?

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SCIENCE
Plant Test Review
Good Luck!
(Mrs. Yantosh)
#1
Name the cells that open and close the
stomata?
Xylem cells
Cuticle cells
Guard cells
Plant cells
#2
What do we call the loss of water
from a plant?
Transpiration
Evaporation
Photosynthesis
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Respiration
#3 What type of reproduction is
the creation of a new plant from a
stem cutting?
Sexual
Asexual
#5
Plants need carbon dioxide for what ?
fertilization
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
reproduction
#6 Light energy is absorbed by _____.
chlorophyll
chloroplasts
mitochondria
glucose
#7 When a seed begins to grow it is
called _____.
photosynthesis
transport
respiration
germination
8 Name the three parts of the seed
Egg, fruit, spore
tiny plant, seed coat,
stored food
Seed coat, egg, food
tiny plant, seed coat, egg
#9 Which of the following is NOT a fruit,
and tell me why?
cucumber
green bean
apple
potato
ALL FRUITS HAVE SEEDS.
#10
_____ transports the water and
minerals throughout the plant and
_____ transports food.
xylem; phloem
arteries, veins
carbon dioxide, oxygen
phloem; xylem
#11 What do seeds need to germinate?
carbon dioxide
water
cold
soil
12. How does water get into a plant?
stomata
leaves
stems
roots
13. How does Carbon Dioxide get into a pla
roots
leaves
stems
flower
#14
Name the primary structure where
sugar is made.
Roots
Stems
Leaf
#15
What gives plants their green color?
chlorophyll
sunlight
glucose
Carbon dioxide
#16
What happens to a plant when the amount
of water transpired from a plant’s leaves is
greater than the amount absorbed by its
roots ?
It wilts
It turns dark green
It reproduces
Gets taller
#17
What would happen if plants
did not have a cuticle?
they would dry out
there would be no
roots
they would have to
live in the dark
they couldn’t absorb
sunlight
#18
Plant cells make glucose molecules
from what ?
Carbon dioxide, oxygen and sunlight
Oxygen and water
Water and hydrogen
Carbon dioxide, water and sunlight
STUDY TONIGHT
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR TEST!!