Could you please help me answer these fill in the blanks and questions?
1) The epidermal cells that contain chloroplasts are called _______
2) The loss of water vapour in plants is called ____
3)In a lab, a student is presented with a flowering plant that has a fibrous root and shows parallel leaf venation. This plant belongs to the class of ____
4) The splitting in two of a bacterial cell is called ___
5) The ____ on the evolutionary tree represent the common ancestors.
6) ____________ characters are characteristics or features in different organisms that are similar because they were inherited from a common ancestor.
7) Name 2 method used to classify bacteria:
which of the following is not an environment in which you would find archaebacteria a) salt marshes b) hot springs c) active volcanoes d)ocean vents e) swamps
9) Fungi are vital to other organisms and to the proper functioning of ecosystems through their role as which of the following? a)Producers b)carnivores c) herbivores d) decomposers e) consumers
10) what major system is missing in members of the phylum porifera? a)circulatory b)digestive c)nervous d)respiratory e) reproductive
11) which of the following would not be considered a characteristic that would allow a mammal to live in a aquatic habitat? a) flippers b) well-developed tail c) blowhole for breathing d) streamlined body e) swim bladder
12) a farmer wishes to keep the fruits on the trees for as long as possible. which plant hormone should he remove from the plant? a) abscisic acid b)ethylene c) cytokinin d)gibbrtrllin e)Auxin.
Sorry if it seems a lot, but out of all the 50 questions I did, these are the only ones left and some I kinda know but aren’t too sure. please help & thanks!
a few more questions!
- Plants change their activity according to a 24-hour cycle corresponding to alterations of light and darkness. such responses are due to: a) light b) dark c) photoperiod d) plant hormones e) temperature
___________ is the process by which carbohydrates are moved throughout the plant through the phloem tissue