Plant Life Worksheet-2

Plant Life Worksheet-2


  1. What is a complete flower?

(a) A flower that has one part missing.

(b) A flower that has stamens and pistils.

(c) A flower that has sepals, petals, stamens and pistils.

(d) A flower that has seeds, petals, stamens and pistils.


  1. The stage when Moss and Ferns produce spores is called _______.

(a) Sexual reproduction              (b) Asexual reproduction

(c) Symmetric reproduction      (d) Asymmetric reproduction


  1. Which of the following is NOT required in sexual reproduction stage of moss and ferns?

(a) Sperms        (b) Eggs             (c) Seeds            (d) Fertilization


  1. What is the name of the process in which water moves up from roots through the plant to replace the water lost due to evaporation from the leaves?

(a) Conduction                              (b) Photosynthesis

(c) Transpiration                          (d) Respiration


  1. Identify the part of the flower shown above.

(a) Stigma         (b) Ovule           (c) Anther          (d) Filament


  1. What is Photosynthesis?

(a) Breathing process                          

(b) A growing process

(c) A process by which plants make their food

(d) A process by which plants eat their food


  1. Which of the following is not a type of gymnosperms?

(a) Conifers                                    (b) Altos

(c) Ginkgoes                                  (d) Gnetophytes


  1. What is a cotyledon?

(a) Food in the seed

(b) A leaf formed on a tree

(c) A leaf formed within the seed

(d) Seed covering


  1. What produces spores in Moss plants?

(a) Spore case                               (b) Rhizoid

(c) Leafy moss                               (d) Egg shell


  1. Where do spore cases reside on Ferns?

(a) On fern flowers                      (b) On fern roots

(c) On fern stems                         (d) On fern leaves (fronds)


Answer Key:

(1)–(c); (2)–(b); (3)–(c); (4)–(c); (5)–(a); (6)–(c); (7)–(b); (8)–(c); (9)–(a); (10)–(d)