Transport in plants

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1. In what order are transport tissues found in the stems of plants, from the outermost inwards?

  • Xylem, cambium, phloem
  • Phloem, cambium, xylem
  • Cambium, phloem, xylem
  • Phloem, xylem, cambium
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2. Why do plants need a transport system for effective diffusion?

  • They have a low surface area to volume ratio
  • They have a closed transport system
  • They have a high surface area to volume ratio
  • They are too big

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

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

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

  • 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.
  • Both are distributed throughout
  • Xylem is found in the roots and phloem is found in the leaves and stem

5. How are xylem and phloem found together?

  • In bundles
  • In vascular groups
  • In vascular bundles
  • In goblet cells

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