Tropisms and Turgor Pressure
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  • Question 1
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    Which plant would be stiff and rigid?

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    A

    B

  • Question 2
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    Which plant would be wilted or limp?

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    A

    B

  • Question 3
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    What is the force inside the central vacuole called?

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    The Force

    Turgor Pressure

    Water Pressure

    Thigmotropism

  • Question 4
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    Which plant would be stiff and rigid?

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    The plant with the full vacuole in the cell

    The plant with the empty vacuole in the cell

    All plants the water in the vacuole does not matter

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    This plant will most likely be _______________.

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    Limp or wilted

    stiff and rigid

  • Question 6
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    This plant would most likely be __________________.

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    Limp or wilted

    Stiff and rigid

  • Question 7
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    Which cell shows a plant that is stiff and rigid?

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    The cell on the left

    The middle cell

    The cell on the right

  • Question 8
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    Which plant would most likely be wilted and limp (sad)?

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    The cell on the left

    The cell on the middle

    The cell on the right

  • Question 9
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    Vines that are growing on a tree exhibit (show)

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    Hydrotropism

    Geotropism / Gravitropism

    Thigmotropism

    Phototropism

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    Plants following the sun exhibit (show)

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    Phototropism

    Geotropism

    Hydrotropism

    Thigmotropism

  • Question 11
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    The roots in this plant are exhibiting (showing)

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    Hydrotropism & Geotropism

    Photoropism

    Only geotropism

    Thigmotropism & Phototropism

  • Question 12
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    What is the hormone that allows plants to respond to stimuli (different things that make plants react)?

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    Xylem

    Phloem

    Auxin

    Thigmotropism

  • Question 13
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    The plant is following the light.

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    Phototropism

    Thigmotropism

    Hydrotropism

    Geotropism

  • Question 14
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    Gravitropism and ______________________ are the same thing.

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    Geotropism

    Phototropism

    Thigmotropism

    Triangular Prism

  • Question 15
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    What is this process called?

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    Germination

    Starvation

    Plant Growth

    Thigmotropism

  • Question 16
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    Germination is ...

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    when a seed becomes a plant

    when a plant grows from 1 foot to 2 feet

    when a tree becomes a firewood

    when a plant becomes a tree

  • Question 17
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    What class are you currently in?

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    Art

    Science

    History

    Reading

  • Question 18
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    If a plant is going towards water it is showing

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    Positive hydrotropism

    Positive Geotropism

    Negative hydrotropism

    Positive Solar Radiation

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