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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The process of trying to impersonate other plants or animals in order to attract or repel is called ______.
(a) Chemical signaling.
2. Apple trees are able to reproduce _______ which helps to facilitate their ability to be grafted to a root stock.
3. The number of leaves that are only a tulip are typically _______. With the "turban" top, this gives them the suggesting of a human body.
4. Gene flow normally occurs between closely related __________, so it seems that the Monsanto varieties will not spawn superweeds.
5. While the potatoes were unable to provide all of the nutrients a person might need, they could get the Vitamin A from ________.
(c) The sun.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the book, some of the most bitter and "bad" plants are the ones that contain the most powerful _______.
2. The color of a tulip is always composed of _____ hues one of which is a base color that is always yellow or white.
3. Some of the ways children have been known to seek this altered state of consciousness include all of the following except______.
4. _______ 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.
5. The early colonists to America in addition to bringing grafts also brought apple seeds to plant called ______.
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