Field Ecology q 6 ALL
1. The plant below plays an important ecological role in the CT's Forests. What role is that?
its a native species; important agricultural plant
it's a non-native invasive species
native species from which we make maple syrup
has symbiotic relationship with n fixing bacteria, thereby adding fertility to soils
2. What family does the plant in question 1 belong to?
3. What is the common name of this plant?
4. What taxonomic group does the plant below belong to?
4b. What is the common name of this plant?
5. What is the latin name of this plant?
5b. What taxonomic group does this plant belong to?
6. The two plant below share what in common? check all that apply
both produce seeds
both produce fruits
both contain chlorophyll and are capable of carrying out photosynthesis
both have wind dispersed fruits
both are gynmnosperms
7. What is the latin name of the this plant?
8. What is the latin name of this plant species?
9. What is the latin name of this plant?
10. What family does this plant belong to?
11. What is the latin name of this plant?
12. Who am I?
12b. In question 12 above, what taxonomic group do I belong to?
13. Even though I am considered an evergreen, I am NOT a (check all that apply)
14. The plant above in question is called?
big toothed aspen
15. Very few individuals of the tree below reach mature size now because they get infected by an invasive fungus (blight). Who am I?
16. Both plants below would be considered?
They are all angiosperms
they are all invasive species
they are all Pteridophytes
they are all gymnosperms
they are all bryophytes
17. The plant below is an invasive species and has a mutualistic symbiotic relationship with a bacteria with allowing it to grow in nutrient poor soils, outcompeting native vegetation. Who am I?
tree of heaven
18. What is the latin name of this plant species?
19. The plant species below belongs to an important plant family. Many people who suffer from fall allegories are because of this plant. Who am I?
20. The plant below is one of CT worst invasive species, changing wetland ecosystems throughout the state. What is it's Latin name?
21. Shakespeare in his play, As You Like It, wrote "Oh, Rosalind, these trees will be my books—I'll write my thoughts down on their bark. That way, everyone who passes through this forest will find your virtues everywhere. Run, run, Orlando, on every tree carve praises of her beauty, her virtue, and her inexpressibility." Which tree, shown below, was Shakespeare most likely referring to?
22. It's a "scratch and sniff" tree. Who am I?
22b. The tree below belongs to an important agricultural family which includes cinnamon, francensence and mirth. What family is this?
23. This plant belongs to an important agricultural family, the blueberry family. Who am I? THINK PENWOOD
24. I grow to be a gigantic tree and also have "jazz" hands. who am I?
25. What is the common name of the plant below? image 25
26. What is the latin name of the plant in the image? THINK baseball bats
27. Image 10 is the fruit of what tree?
27b. The plant above in Image 27 would SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
have flowers at some point
be an evergreen
need water to reproduce
lack vascular tissue
28. What is the Latin name of the plant in the image. THINK citrus smelling fruit, valuable wood
29. What was the medicinal value of this plant, as discovered by Native Americans? In fact all members of this family posses this.
Heroin is harvested from this tree
an antibiotic is harvested from this tree
aspirin precuror was discovered from this tree
Opiods are harvested from this tree
30. All clovers (along with beans, peas, alfalfa) belong to an important agricultural family. Which family is this?
31. Angiosperms have which features (check all that apply)
male and female cones
32. The plant below plays an important ecological role in New England, and not a very positive one. The plant below would be considered
an invasive, non-native species impacting the biodiversity of New England
a native plant providing valuable resources to native wildlife
an important plant in the composition of wetlands
providing a valuable economic impact to New England
33. What is the latin name of this plant?
34. The plant species below belongs to an important agricultural family. Much of the world if fed from the fruit (grains) of this plant
35. What do the following plant species below share in common? select all that apply
they contain chlorophyll
they require water (a moist environment) to reproduce
they lack true leaves, roots, and stems
limited in size (remain small) because they lack vascular tissue
36. This plant species, like other aspens, has an unusually shaped ___________ which make the leaves tremble like "jazz hands"
leaf stalk or petiole; it's flat
leaf stalk or petiole; perfectly round
leaf stalk or petiole; it's square shaped
37. What is the name of the plant listed below with unusual flat scale like leaves?
38. This plant species has unusual flowers called catkins. Who am I?
39. What is the name of the plant below?
tall reed grass
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