Chapter 17: Seedless Vascular Plants


Organization of the Vascular Plant Body; p. 394; easy; ans: e



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5. Organization of the Vascular Plant Body; p. 394; easy; ans: e

The cork cambium is a(n) ______ meristem that produces________.


a. apical; ground tissue

b. apical; cork

c. lateral; phloem

d. lateral; xylem

e. lateral; periderm
6. Organization of the Vascular Plant Body; p. 394; easy; ans: d

The conducting cells of the phloem are called:


a. tracheids.

b. vessel elements.

c. leaf traces.

d. sieve elements.

e. hydroids.
7. Organization of the Vascular Plant Body; p. 395; moderate; ans: b

Tracheids differ from vessel elements in that tracheids:


a. have lignified thickenings.

b. are less-specialized cells.

c. are a type of tracheary element.

d. conduct water and minerals.

e. provide support.
8. Organization of the Vascular Plant Body; p. 395; moderate; ans: a

What do ALL steles have in common?


a. primary xylem and primary phloem

b. a pith

c. leaf gaps

d. dermal tissue

e. vascular and cork cambia


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