Agronomy 105 Lab Quiz #2

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  1. What is a cotyledon?
    Seed Leaf
  2. Monocot is short for?
    Monocotyledon
  3. Dicot is short for?
    Dicotyledon
  4. Monocots have how many seed leafs?
    One
  5. Dicots have how many seed leafs?
    2
  6. Monocots include?
    grasses and grain crops
  7. Dicots include?
    broadleaf plants
  8. Monocots have what type of root system?
    Fibrous Root System
  9. Dicots have what kind of root system?
    Taproot
  10. The xylem is in charge of what?
    Moving water throughout the plant, entirely upward movement
  11. The phloem is in charge of what?
    Transporting sugars and other minerals throughout the plant, upward and downward movement
  12. The vascular bundle arrangement in monocots is?
    Scattered
  13. The vascular bundle arrangement in dicots is?
    Arranged in rings
  14. Monocots flowers are arranged in multiples of?
    Multiples of three
  15. Dicots flowers are arranged in multiples of?
    four or five
  16. Monocots have what type of leaf veneation?
    Parallel
  17. Dicots have what type of leaf veneation?
    Netted
  18. Monocots grow from what?
    The crown, where the roots and shoot meet
  19. Dicots grow from what?
    The tip of the shoot
  20. Monocots have no what type of growth?
    Secondary growth, because they lack a vascular cambium
  21. What is a stolon?
    A horizontal plant stem
  22. What is a rhizome?
    An underground horizontal stem
  23. What is the seed coat?
    The outer layer covering the seed
  24. What is the Endosperm?
    Provides nutrients for the germinating seed
  25. What is the plumule?
    Shoot of the embryo, containing the stem and leaves
  26. What is the Radicle?
    Part of the seed that develops into the primary root
  27. What is the embryo?
    The part of the seed that develops into the plant
  28. What is the epicotyl?
    Embryonic stem above the cotelydons
  29. What is the hypocotyl?
    embryonic stem below point of attachment for the cotelydon
  30. What is the Coleorhiza?
    A protective sheath protecting the radicle, in monocots
  31. What is the coleoptile?
    protective sheath covering the emerging stem and leaves
  32. What is the hilum?
    The scar on the seed coat where it attached to the plant's stalk during development
  33. What is the micropyle?
    The small pore in the seed that allows for water absorption

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