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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The flower that is presented as being the symbol of the human desire for beauty is the ______.
2. Almost all apples grown for eating are cultivars, meaning that they are ______.
(b) Special seeds.
(c) Planted into the soil.
(d) Hydroponically grown.
3. The book states that the devotion to flowers had remnants of _____ nature worship that threatened Judeo-Christian faiths.
4. Red and Golden are two forms of North American cultivars of this particular type of apple ______.
5. The book states that Johnny Appleseed died in 1845 in _______ Indiana.
(d) Ft. Wayne.
Short Answer Questions
1. One winter, Appleseed set up a house in a _______ outside Defiance, Ohio where he operated a pair of nurseries.
2. The fact that apple seeds do not produce a similar apple as the tree they came from is scientifically called ______.
3. Chinese poets likened the blossoms of the peony to a ______.
4. Teaching men how to ferment the juice of the grape, ______ had brought civilization the gift of wine.
5. _______ is the tulip grower's term for the phenomenon that causes certain flowers in a field to revert to the form and color of their parent.
This section contains 221 words
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