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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The book states that the presence of flowers is a reliable predictor of future _____ and therefore was important to humans in the past.
2. The number of leaves that are only a tulip are typically _______. With the "turban" top, this gives them the suggesting of a human body.
3. Johnny Appleseed was famous or infamous for wearing a _______ around wherever he went.
(b) Pair of overalls.
(c) Wool coat.
(d) Coffee sack.
4. Flowers are unable to choose ______ and therefore must rely on extravagant displays to attract insects.
5. Apples were the only avenue early settlers had for obtaining ______, which the Native Americans obtained from Maples.
(b) Vitamin D.
6. Ralph Waldo Emerson, who knew a thing or two about natural history, called the apple, _______
(a) The best treat.
(b) A feeling of home.
(c) The Canadian fruit.
(d) The American fruit.
7. Johnny Appleseed was known to use a _________ in order to transport his seeds across the water.
(b) Row boat.
(c) Two-hulled canoe.
(d) Single-hulled canoe.
8. Apple trees are able to reproduce _______ which helps to facilitate their ability to be grafted to a root stock.
9. The flower that is presented as being the symbol of the human desire for beauty is the ______.
10. In an attempt to look like decaying meat, a ______ plant has red and white striated coloring and a rancid smell.
(c) Fly trap.
11. The Native Americans that knew Chapman considered him to be a brilliant woodsman and ______.
(c) Medicine man.
12. The domestic apple is thought to have derived from a species that originally came from the country ______.
13. The fact that apple seeds do not produce a similar apple as the tree they came from is scientifically called ______.
14. The color of a tulip is always composed of _____ hues one of which is a base color that is always yellow or white.
15. Instead of wind and water moving genetic material around, the emerging plants were now enlisting the help of ______.
Short Answer Questions
1. The apple does not breed simply from seed. Thus all trees that produce the same type of apples are _______ of the original tree.
2. In Holland, between 1634 and 1637, there was a collective frenzy around flowers known as ________.
3. _______ is the name of the black version of the tulip and is as close to black as a flower gets.
4. ______ orchard has become a kind of museum for several different apple species dedicated to maintaining the diversity.
5. ______ is the unit of money used in Holland. After 1635, the price of a bulb of Switzers went from 60 to 1500.
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