problem 1: What processes or properties are used in both intracellular transport and transport in multi-cellular organisms? How are they utilized?
problem 2: If you were tapping a maple tree to harvest sap for syrup, which transporting tissue would you tap? Why? Where is it situated?
problem 3: In the leaf why so many cells are packed altogether near the surface of the leaf? How are they continually supplied with water?
problem 4: Would a plant be able to transport water to its leaves more easily for less easily on a humid day?
problem 5: You have a plant which doesn’t look very full (few stringy branches). What would you do to give it a more complete appearance (have more short branches full of leaves)?
problem 6: What cellular transport process is most responsible for helping pull water up a plant?
problem 7: Where in the stem would you find out the Phloem?
problem 8: What gases are stored in the spongy layer?
problem 9: What was the main benefit of multicellularity?
problem 10: What is the main difference between a true multicellular organism and a colony of interdependent cells?
problem 11: What cells in the plant modify their shape the most by modifying the amount of water in their vacuoles?
problem 12: The tubes which conduct water up a tree are termed __________ .
problem 13: prepare down the two functions of the stem?
problem 14: As days get shorter a plant would secrete ___________ to signal dormancy.
problem 15: What substance secreted by plants acts as a growth hormone lengthening the plant?