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1 Student Name: Teacher: Date: Test: 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 Description: Unit C-Plant Physiology District: Wake County Form: Water loss from leaf surface through evaporation is the plant process called: 2. The process of moving synthesized and absorbed food and nutrients within the plant is: 3. The byproduct of photosynthesis is: 4. The MAIN product of photosynthesis is: Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Transpiration. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Reproduction. Translocation. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Oxygen. Water. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Sugar. Water. 5. In which stage of growth do plants rest or grow very little? 6. When compared to the amount of oxygen produced in the process of photosynthesis, the amount of oxygen used in plant respiration is: 7. The chemical formula for photosynthesis is: 8. Plant roots take water from the soil through the process of: 9. When a plant first begins growing from a seed, the stage of growth is: About the same. Less. More. Much more. 6CO ² + 6H 2 0 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O. NH 4 NO 3 + 4H 2 O 6NaCl + 4H 2 O. 4P 2 O 5 + 6CO 2 6H 2 O + 4CaCO 3. Absorption. Photosynthesis. Reproduction. Respiration. Dormant. Juvenile. Mature. Reproductive. Dormant results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 1/32

2 Dormant Intermediate Juvenile Reproductive results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 2/32

3 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test The plant process by which all food is manufactured is: 11. Vegetative growth is the growth of: 12. The first word in the scientific name of a plant is the: 13. If Jody wants to learn more about the words used in scientific classification, he would study: 14. Hannah is hardening-off some tomatoes starting in the greenhouse. Which will she reduce to hardening-off her plants? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Translocation. Flowers and fruits. Fruits and roots. Leaves, stems and roots. Roots, seeds and flowers. Cultivar. Genus. Species. Variety. French. Latin. Russian. Spanish. Fertilizer and air Humidity and water Lime and phosphate Soil and fertilizer 16. Samantha is cutting the iris rhizome in sections. This method of asexual propagation in which plants are broken or cut into smaller pieces or clumps and are planted to form new plants is: 17. Janet wants to use stem cuttings to propagate her prize-winning azaleas. What is the BEST time of day for Janet to take the cuttings from her azaleas? 18. Homer is careful to study the temperature, moisture and seed viability for the plants he plans to grow. These are factors that affect: 19. Jennifer is using "Rootone" on her poinsettia cuttings. She knows that an advantage of using hormones on cuttings is that they: Division. Grafting. Layering. Seeding. Early evening Early morning Late afternoon Mid-day Germination rates. Hardwood cuttings. Softwood cuttings. Tree grafts. Aid in photosynthesis. Decrease water needs. Keep the leaves from dropping. Speed root development. 15. Before Scott places the tip cuttings in a rooting hormone, he dips them in what to results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 3/32

4 prevent rot? Fungicide Insecticide Nematicide Pesticide results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 4/32

5 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test Callie is propagating her African violet by taking leaf cuttings. She is confident that leaf cuttings will work because she is using: 21. Jamie has a tray of marigold she starts from seed. She transplants the seedlings from the seedling flat to cell packs when the: 22. Chris is interested in producing the most new plants in the shortest time period. What is the best propagation method for him to accomplish his goal? 23. Jacob learns a disadvantage of propagating using cuttings is that when cuttings are removed from the parent plant, the: 24. Christy enjoys trench layering her prize winning azalea. One advantage she likes of trench layering is that: Axillary buds. Herbaceous plants. Stem tissue. Woody plants. First mature roots appear. First true leaves are on the plant. Plants are two weeks old. Seedlings are 6 inches tall. Budding Cuttings Grafting Tissue culture Cuttings absorption process stops. Cuttings are cut off from their source of water. Parent plant needs more light. Parent plant needs additional fertilizer. Each exposed section will contain a new bud. 25. Dave has a bag of fescue that has a seed germination rate of 80%. He can expect: 26. Vickie is making leaf cuttings. She must be certain that she cuts the leaf: 27. Victor wants to join a new variety of pecan tree to some rootstock he has grown from seeds. Which propagation method should he use? 28. Jenny needs to construct some beds to use for rooting azalea cuttings. How deep should the rooting media be? 29. Renee needs about 1,000 petunia plants. If seed germination rate is 50%, which is the minimum number of seeds she should sow? 20 out of 80 seeds to germinate. 20 out of 100 seeds to germinate. 80 out of 100 seeds to germinate. All seeds to germinate. Margin. Petiole. Stomate. Vein. Grafting Hardwood cuttings Layering Softwood cuttings 1 inch 4 inches 12 inches 24 inches 50 1,000 1,200 2,000 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 5/32

6 New plants will form at each node along the stem. Only one inch of bark has to be removed. Soil has to be mounded up around the plant. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 6/32

7 30. Andrew has selected a unique azalea plant. The propagation method that he can use to rapidly increase the number of identical plants is: 31. Tracie wants to reduce stress on greenhouse produced seedlings at transplanting time. Before they are removed from the greenhouse, they should be: 32. Neil is planning to sexually propagate some plants. Which plant parts should he purchase? 33. Caroline is careful to use tissue culture in laboratory conditions that are aseptic. Therefore, the laboratory environment is: 34. If Megan is using the biotechnology process of cloning, she is trying to: Grafting. Leaf cuttings. Seeding Tissue culture. Fertilized more. Hardened-off. Misted often. Watered more. Leaves Roots Seeds Stems Dirty. Humid. Pretty. Sterile. Change the genetic structure of DN Genetically engineer bacteria. 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 7/32

8 Make an exact copy of a plant. Make a plant become resistant to drought. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 8/32

9 Student Name: Teacher: Date: Test: 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 Description: Unit C-Plant Physiology District: Wake County Form: Water loss from leaf surface through evaporation is the plant process called: 2. The process of moving synthesized and absorbed food and nutrients within the plant is: 3. The byproduct of photosynthesis is: 4. The MAIN product of photosynthesis is: 5. In which stage of growth do plants rest or grow very little? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Transpiration. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Reproduction. Translocation. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Oxygen. Water. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Sugar. Water. Dormant 6. When compared to the amount of oxygen produced in the process of photosynthesis, the amount of oxygen used in plant respiration is: 7. The chemical formula for photosynthesis is: 8. Plant roots take water from the soil through the process of: 9. When a plant first begins growing from a seed, the stage of growth is: About the same. Less. More. Much more. 6CO ² + 6H 2 0 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O. NH 4 NO 3 + 4H 2 O 6NaCl + 4H 2 O. 4P 2 O 5 + 6CO 2 6H 2 O + 4CaCO 3. Absorption. Photosynthesis. Reproduction. Respiration. Dormant. Juvenile. Mature. Reproductive. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelist 9/32

10 Intermediate Juvenile Reproductive results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 10/32

11 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test The plant process by which all food is manufactured is: 11. Vegetative growth is the growth of: 12. The first word in the scientific name of a plant is the: 13. If Jody wants to learn more about the words used in scientific classification, he would study: 14. Hannah is hardening-off some tomatoes starting in the greenhouse. Which will she reduce to hardening-off her plants? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Translocation. Flowers and fruits. Fruits and roots. Leaves, stems and roots. Roots, seeds and flowers. Cultivar. Genus. Species. Variety. French. Latin. Russian. Spanish. Fertilizer and air Humidity and water Lime and phosphate Soil and fertilizer 16. Samantha is cutting the iris rhizome in sections. This method of asexual propagation in which plants are broken or cut into smaller pieces or clumps and are planted to form new plants is: 17. Janet wants to use stem cuttings to propagate her prize-winning azaleas. What is the BEST time of day for Janet to take the cuttings from her azaleas? 18. Homer is careful to study the temperature, moisture and seed viability for the plants he plans to grow. These are factors that affect: 19. Jennifer is using "Rootone" on her poinsettia cuttings. She knows that an advantage of using hormones on cuttings is that they: Division. Grafting. Layering. Seeding. Early evening Early morning Late afternoon Mid-day Germination rates. Hardwood cuttings. Softwood cuttings. Tree grafts. Aid in photosynthesis. Decrease water needs. Keep the leaves from dropping. Speed root development. 15. Before Scott places the tip cuttings in a rooting hormone, he dips them in what to results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 11/32

12 prevent rot? Fungicide Insecticide Nematicide Pesticide results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 12/32

13 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test Callie is propagating her African violet by taking leaf cuttings. She is confident that leaf cuttings will work because she is using: 21. Jamie has a tray of marigold she starts from seed. She transplants the seedlings from the seedling flat to cell packs when the: 22. Chris is interested in producing the most new plants in the shortest time period. What is the best propagation method for him to accomplish his goal? 23. Jacob learns a disadvantage of propagating using cuttings is that when cuttings are removed from the parent plant, the: 24. Christy enjoys trench layering her prize winning azalea. One advantage she likes of trench layering is that: Axillary buds. Herbaceous plants. Stem tissue. Woody plants. First mature roots appear. First true leaves are on the plant. Plants are two weeks old. Seedlings are 6 inches tall. Budding Cuttings Grafting Tissue culture Cuttings absorption process stops. Cuttings are cut off from their source of water. Parent plant needs more light. Parent plant needs additional fertilizer. Each exposed section will contain a new bud. 25. Dave has a bag of fescue that has a seed germination rate of 80%. He can expect: 26. Vickie is making leaf cuttings. She must be certain that she cuts the leaf: 27. Victor wants to join a new variety of pecan tree to some rootstock he has grown from seeds. Which propagation method should he use? 28. Jenny needs to construct some beds to use for rooting azalea cuttings. How deep should the rooting media be? 29. Renee needs about 1,000 petunia plants. If seed germination rate is 50%, which is the minimum number of seeds she should sow? 20 out of 80 seeds to germinate. 20 out of 100 seeds to germinate. 80 out of 100 seeds to germinate. All seeds to germinate. Margin. Petiole. Stomate. Vein. Grafting Hardwood cuttings Layering Softwood cuttings 1 inch 4 inches 12 inches 24 inches 50 1,000 1,200 2,000 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 13/32

14 New plants will form at each node along the stem. Only one inch of bark has to be removed. Soil has to be mounded up around the plant. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 14/32

15 30. Andrew has selected a unique azalea plant. The propagation method that he can use to rapidly increase the number of identical plants is: 31. Tracie wants to reduce stress on greenhouse produced seedlings at transplanting time. Before they are removed from the greenhouse, they should be: 32. Neil is planning to sexually propagate some plants. Which plant parts should he purchase? 33. Caroline is careful to use tissue culture in laboratory conditions that are aseptic. Therefore, the laboratory environment is: 34. If Megan is using the biotechnology process of cloning, she is trying to: Grafting. Leaf cuttings. Seeding Tissue culture. Fertilized more. Hardened-off. Misted often. Watered more. Leaves Roots Seeds Stems Dirty. Humid. Pretty. Sterile. Change the genetic structure of DN Genetically engineer bacteria. 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 15/32

16 Make an exact copy of a plant. Make a plant become resistant to drought. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 16/32

17 Student Name: Teacher: Date: Test: 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 Description: Unit C-Plant Physiology District: Wake County Form: Water loss from leaf surface through evaporation is the plant process called: 2. The process of moving synthesized and absorbed food and nutrients within the plant is: 3. The byproduct of photosynthesis is: 4. The MAIN product of photosynthesis is: 5. In which stage of growth do plants rest or grow very little? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Transpiration. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Reproduction. Translocation. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Oxygen. Water. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Sugar. Water. Dormant 6. When compared to the amount of oxygen produced in the process of photosynthesis, the amount of oxygen used in plant respiration is: 7. The chemical formula for photosynthesis is: 8. Plant roots take water from the soil through the process of: 9. When a plant first begins growing from a seed, the stage of growth is: About the same. Less. More. Much more. 6CO ² + 6H 2 0 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O. NH 4 NO 3 + 4H 2 O 6NaCl + 4H 2 O. 4P 2 O 5 + 6CO 2 6H 2 O + 4CaCO 3. Absorption. Photosynthesis. Reproduction. Respiration. Dormant. Juvenile. Mature. Reproductive. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 17/32

18 Intermediate Juvenile Reproductive results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 18/32

19 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test The plant process by which all food is manufactured is: 11. Vegetative growth is the growth of: 12. The first word in the scientific name of a plant is the: 13. If Jody wants to learn more about the words used in scientific classification, he would study: 14. Hannah is hardening-off some tomatoes starting in the greenhouse. Which will she reduce to hardening-off her plants? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Translocation. Flowers and fruits. Fruits and roots. Leaves, stems and roots. Roots, seeds and flowers. Cultivar. Genus. Species. Variety. French. Latin. Russian. Spanish. Fertilizer and air Humidity and water Lime and phosphate Soil and fertilizer 16. Samantha is cutting the iris rhizome in sections. This method of asexual propagation in which plants are broken or cut into smaller pieces or clumps and are planted to form new plants is: 17. Janet wants to use stem cuttings to propagate her prize-winning azaleas. What is the BEST time of day for Janet to take the cuttings from her azaleas? 18. Homer is careful to study the temperature, moisture and seed viability for the plants he plans to grow. These are factors that affect: 19. Jennifer is using "Rootone" on her poinsettia cuttings. She knows that an advantage of using hormones on cuttings is that they: Division. Grafting. Layering. Seeding. Early evening Early morning Late afternoon Mid-day Germination rates. Hardwood cuttings. Softwood cuttings. Tree grafts. Aid in photosynthesis. Decrease water needs. Keep the leaves from dropping. Speed root development. 15. Before Scott places the tip cuttings in a rooting hormone, he dips them in what to results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 19/32

20 prevent rot? Fungicide Insecticide Nematicide Pesticide results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 20/32

21 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test Callie is propagating her African violet by taking leaf cuttings. She is confident that leaf cuttings will work because she is using: 21. Jamie has a tray of marigold she starts from seed. She transplants the seedlings from the seedling flat to cell packs when the: 22. Chris is interested in producing the most new plants in the shortest time period. What is the best propagation method for him to accomplish his goal? 23. Jacob learns a disadvantage of propagating using cuttings is that when cuttings are removed from the parent plant, the: 24. Christy enjoys trench layering her prize winning azalea. One advantage she likes of trench layering is that: Axillary buds. Herbaceous plants. Stem tissue. Woody plants. First mature roots appear. First true leaves are on the plant. Plants are two weeks old. Seedlings are 6 inches tall. Budding Cuttings Grafting Tissue culture Cuttings absorption process stops. Cuttings are cut off from their source of water. Parent plant needs more light. Parent plant needs additional fertilizer. Each exposed section will contain a new bud. 25. Dave has a bag of fescue that has a seed germination rate of 80%. He can expect: 26. Vickie is making leaf cuttings. She must be certain that she cuts the leaf: 27. Victor wants to join a new variety of pecan tree to some rootstock he has grown from seeds. Which propagation method should he use? 28. Jenny needs to construct some beds to use for rooting azalea cuttings. How deep should the rooting media be? 29. Renee needs about 1,000 petunia plants. If seed germination rate is 50%, which is the minimum number of seeds she should sow? 20 out of 80 seeds to germinate. 20 out of 100 seeds to germinate. 80 out of 100 seeds to germinate. All seeds to germinate. Margin. Petiole. Stomate. Vein. Grafting Hardwood cuttings Layering Softwood cuttings 1 inch 4 inches 12 inches 24 inches 50 1,000 1,200 2,000 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 21/32

22 New plants will form at each node along the stem. Only one inch of bark has to be removed. Soil has to be mounded up around the plant. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 22/32

23 30. Andrew has selected a unique azalea plant. The propagation method that he can use to rapidly increase the number of identical plants is: 31. Tracie wants to reduce stress on greenhouse produced seedlings at transplanting time. Before they are removed from the greenhouse, they should be: 32. Neil is planning to sexually propagate some plants. Which plant parts should he purchase? 33. Caroline is careful to use tissue culture in laboratory conditions that are aseptic. Therefore, the laboratory environment is: 34. If Megan is using the biotechnology process of cloning, she is trying to: Grafting. Leaf cuttings. Seeding Tissue culture. Fertilized more. Hardened-off. Misted often. Watered more. Leaves Roots Seeds Stems Dirty. Humid. Pretty. Sterile. Change the genetic structure of DN Genetically engineer bacteria. 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 23/32

24 Make an exact copy of a plant. Make a plant become resistant to drought. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 24/32

25 Student Name: Teacher: Date: Test: 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 Description: Unit C-Plant Physiology District: Wake County Form: Water loss from leaf surface through evaporation is the plant process called: 2. The process of moving synthesized and absorbed food and nutrients within the plant is: 3. The byproduct of photosynthesis is: 4. The MAIN product of photosynthesis is: 5. In which stage of growth do plants rest or grow very little? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Transpiration. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Reproduction. Translocation. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Oxygen. Water. Carbon dioxide. Nitrogen. Sugar. Water. Dormant 6. When compared to the amount of oxygen produced in the process of photosynthesis, the amount of oxygen used in plant respiration is: 7. The chemical formula for photosynthesis is: 8. Plant roots take water from the soil through the process of: 9. When a plant first begins growing from a seed, the stage of growth is: About the same. Less. More. Much more. 6CO ² + 6H 2 0 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2. C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O. NH 4 NO 3 + 4H 2 O 6NaCl + 4H 2 O. 4P 2 O 5 + 6CO 2 6H 2 O + 4CaCO 3. Absorption. Photosynthesis. Reproduction. Respiration. Dormant. Juvenile. Mature. Reproductive. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 25/32

26 Intermediate Juvenile Reproductive results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 26/32

27 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test The plant process by which all food is manufactured is: 11. Vegetative growth is the growth of: 12. The first word in the scientific name of a plant is the: 13. If Jody wants to learn more about the words used in scientific classification, he would study: 14. Hannah is hardening-off some tomatoes starting in the greenhouse. Which will she reduce to hardening-off her plants? Absorption. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Translocation. Flowers and fruits. Fruits and roots. Leaves, stems and roots. Roots, seeds and flowers. Cultivar. Genus. Species. Variety. French. Latin. Russian. Spanish. Fertilizer and air Humidity and water Lime and phosphate Soil and fertilizer 16. Samantha is cutting the iris rhizome in sections. This method of asexual propagation in which plants are broken or cut into smaller pieces or clumps and are planted to form new plants is: 17. Janet wants to use stem cuttings to propagate her prize-winning azaleas. What is the BEST time of day for Janet to take the cuttings from her azaleas? 18. Homer is careful to study the temperature, moisture and seed viability for the plants he plans to grow. These are factors that affect: 19. Jennifer is using "Rootone" on her poinsettia cuttings. She knows that an advantage of using hormones on cuttings is that they: Division. Grafting. Layering. Seeding. Early evening Early morning Late afternoon Mid-day Germination rates. Hardwood cuttings. Softwood cuttings. Tree grafts. Aid in photosynthesis. Decrease water needs. Keep the leaves from dropping. Speed root development. 15. Before Scott places the tip cuttings in a rooting hormone, he dips them in what to results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 27/32

28 prevent rot? Fungicide Insecticide Nematicide Pesticide results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 28/32

29 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test Callie is propagating her African violet by taking leaf cuttings. She is confident that leaf cuttings will work because she is using: 21. Jamie has a tray of marigold she starts from seed. She transplants the seedlings from the seedling flat to cell packs when the: 22. Chris is interested in producing the most new plants in the shortest time period. What is the best propagation method for him to accomplish his goal? 23. Jacob learns a disadvantage of propagating using cuttings is that when cuttings are removed from the parent plant, the: 24. Christy enjoys trench layering her prize winning azalea. One advantage she likes of trench layering is that: Axillary buds. Herbaceous plants. Stem tissue. Woody plants. First mature roots appear. First true leaves are on the plant. Plants are two weeks old. Seedlings are 6 inches tall. Budding Cuttings Grafting Tissue culture Cuttings absorption process stops. Cuttings are cut off from their source of water. Parent plant needs more light. Parent plant needs additional fertilizer. Each exposed section will contain a new bud. 25. Dave has a bag of fescue that has a seed germination rate of 80%. He can expect: 26. Vickie is making leaf cuttings. She must be certain that she cuts the leaf: 27. Victor wants to join a new variety of pecan tree to some rootstock he has grown from seeds. Which propagation method should he use? 28. Jenny needs to construct some beds to use for rooting azalea cuttings. How deep should the rooting media be? 29. Renee needs about 1,000 petunia plants. If seed germination rate is 50%, which is the minimum number of seeds she should sow? 20 out of 80 seeds to germinate. 20 out of 100 seeds to germinate. 80 out of 100 seeds to germinate. All seeds to germinate. Margin. Petiole. Stomate. Vein. Grafting Hardwood cuttings Layering Softwood cuttings 1 inch 4 inches 12 inches 24 inches 50 1,000 1,200 2,000 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 29/32

30 New plants will form at each node along the stem. Only one inch of bark has to be removed. Soil has to be mounded up around the plant. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 30/32

31 30. Andrew has selected a unique azalea plant. The propagation method that he can use to rapidly increase the number of identical plants is: 31. Tracie wants to reduce stress on greenhouse produced seedlings at transplanting time. Before they are removed from the greenhouse, they should be: 32. Neil is planning to sexually propagate some plants. Which plant parts should he purchase? 33. Caroline is careful to use tissue culture in laboratory conditions that are aseptic. Therefore, the laboratory environment is: 34. If Megan is using the biotechnology process of cloning, she is trying to: Grafting. Leaf cuttings. Seeding Tissue culture. Fertilized more. Hardened-off. Misted often. Watered more. Leaves Roots Seeds Stems Dirty. Humid. Pretty. Sterile. Change the genetic structure of DN Genetically engineer bacteria. 9_12 Agriculture AP41 - Horticulture I Test 1 results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 31/32

32 Make an exact copy of a plant. Make a plant become resistant to drought. results&retrievemode=searchpage&??qpage=0&??steid=0&??stelis 32/32

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