Transport in plants

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  • Created on: 20-11-14 12:34

1. How are xylem and phloem distributed in the plant?

  • Both are distributed throughout
  • Xylem is found in the roots and phloem is found in the leaves and stem
  • Xylem is found in the roots, phloem is found in the leaves and both are found in the stem.
  • Xylem is found in the leaves and phloem is found in the stem and roots.
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2. Where are vascular bundles found in leaves?

  • In the midrib and veins
  • In the midrib only
  • Throughout the leaf tissue
  • In the veins only

3. Which minerals do plants need to transport around them?

  • Nitrogen, magnesium, carbon dioxide and potassium
  • Nitrogen, potassium, glucose and phosphorous
  • Magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium.
  • Nitrogen, potassium, oxygen and magnesium

4. How are the vascular bundles arranged in the stems of woody plants?

  • They are dispersed throughout the stem
  • They are in a ring on the inside of the bark
  • They are in rings between the first five bark layers
  • They are not present in tree trunks

5. Which substance is found between xylem and phloem in stems?

  • Cambium
  • Carbon
  • Cambodia
  • Collenchyma

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