Plants Unit Review

Plants Unit Review
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PLANTS – UNIT REVIEW

The Plant Kingdom


AUTOTROPHS
EUKARYOTES
GAMETOPHYTE
NONVASCULAR
NUTRIENTS
REPRODUCE
SPOROPHYTE
VASCULAR
WALLS
WATER

Nearly all plants are (1) . All plants are (2) that contain many cells, all of which aresurrounded by cell (3) . Land plants must have ways to obtain (4) and other(5) from their
surroundings, retain water,transport materials in their bodies, support their bodies,and (6) .
Scientists informally group plants as (7) plants and (8) plants. Plants have complex
life cycles that include the (9) stage and the (10) stage.

Plants Without Seeds
ENVIRONMENT MOIST SPORES SEEDS VASCULAR
Mosses, liverworts, and hornworts are low-growing plants that live in (11) environments
where they can absorbwater and other nutrients directly from their (12) . Ferns, horsetails,
and club mosses have (13) tissue and do not produce (14) . They reproduce by releasing (15) .

The Characteristics of Seed Plants

ABSORB
ANCHOR
FAVORABLE
LEAVES
LEAVES
POLLEN
SEEDS
STEMS
SUPPORT
VASCULAR

Seed plants have (16) tissue and use (17) and (18) to reproduce.
If a seed lands in an area where conditions are (19) , it can begin to develop into a plant.
Roots (20) a plant in the ground and (21) water and minerals. (22) carry substances
between roots and leaves, provide (23) , and hold up the (24) . (25) capture
the sun’s energy for photosynthesis.








Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

DICOTS
FEMALE
FLOWERS
FRUITS
LEAVES
MALE
MONOCOTS
NAKED
OVULE
OVULE
REPRODUCTION
ROOTS
STIGMA


Every gymnosperm produces (26) seeds. Inaddition, many gymnosperms have needle-like or scalelike(27) , and deep-growing (28) .
During gymnosperm reproduction, pollen falls from a (29) cone onto a (30) cone. In time, sperm and eggcells join in an (31) on the female cone. All angiosperms produce (32) and
(33) . All flowers function in (34) . During angiosperm reproduction, pollen falls on a
flower’s(35) . In time, sperm and egg cells join in the flower’s(36) .
Angiosperms are divided into two major groups: (37) and (38) .

Plant Responses and Growth

ANNUALS
BIENNIALS
DORMANCY
GRAVITY
LIGHT
PERENNIALS
PHOTOPERIODISM
TOUCH

Plant tropisms include responses to (39) , (40) ,and (41) . Plant responses
to seasonal changes include (42) and (43) . Angiosperms are classified as (44) ,
(45) , or (46) .
Answer Key

1. Autotrophs
2. Eukaryotes
3. Walls
4. Water
5. Nutrients
6. Reproduce
7. Nonvascular
8. Vascular
9. Sporophyte
10. Gametophyte
11. Moist
12. Environment
13. Vascular
14. Seeds
15. Spores
16. Vascular
17. Pollen
18. Seeds
19. Favorable
20. Anchor
21. Absorb
22. Stems
23. Support
24. Leaves
25. Leaves
26. Naked
27. Leaves
28. Roots
29. Male
30. Female
31. Ovule
32. Flowers
33. Fruits
34. Reproduction
35. Stigma
36. Ovule
37. Monocots
38. Dicots
39. Touch
40. Light
41. Gravity
42. Photoperiodism
43. Dormancy
44. Annuals
45. Biennials
46. Perennials
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Plants Unit Review
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