Plant Responses to the Environment > 26.1 Post-quiz
relatively high concentrations of auxin have the same effect on root and stem growth.
auxin is found only in the root.
auxin is found only in the stem.
relatively high concentrations of auxin have the opposite effects on root and stem growth.
in the middle of the cell.
at the upper end of the cell.
at the bottom of the cell.
The auxin concentration would be evenly distributed throughout the cell.
die due to the lack of an important resource.
begin to grow into branches or flowering stalks.
develop into roots instead of stem branches.
the cap provides the necessary support to hold up the plant.
auxin will move to the darker side of the stem and cause more cell elongation there.
when the shoot tip is not exposed to light, it will not produce auxin.
auxin will move to the lighter side of the stem and cause less cell elongation there.
found only at the tip of the plant.
the plant body at the soil surface.
the plant roots.
the lower portion of the stem.
The lateral buds would have all remained dormant.
All of the lateral buds would have produced branches.
The lateral buds would have produced roots instead of branches.
The lateral buds would have produced flowering stalks instead of branches.