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Question 1: Examples of monocarpic perennials include ________ and some species of Streptocarpus.
AloeAgave americanaAgavaceaeAgave

Question 2: Perennial plants dominate many natural ________ on land and in fresh water, with only a very few (e.g.
Systems ecologyEcosystemEcologyEcosystem ecology

Question 3: They might have specialized stems or crowns that allow them to survive periods of ________ over cold or dry seasons during the year.
Embryonic diapauseHibernationDormancyDiapause

Question 4: Herbaceous perennial plants are particularly dominant in conditions too fire-prone for trees and shrubs, e.g., most plants on ________ and steppes are perennials; they are also dominant on tundra too cold for tree growth.
PrairieUnited StatesKansasIowa

Question 5: [5] Some examples of new perennial crops being developed are perennial rice and ________.
TriticeaePoaceaePooideaeThinopyrum intermedium

Question 6: Examples of ________ perennials include goldenrod and mint.
PlantLeafDeciduousAutumn leaf color

Question 7: This is due to the development of larger ________ systems which can access water and soil nutrients deeper in the soil and to earlier emergence in the spring.
PlantRootFlowering plantPlant stem

Question 8: Herbaceous perennials are also able to tolerate the extremes of cold in temperate and ________ winters, with less sensitivity than trees or shrubs.
DesertNorth American ArcticArcticAntarctica

Question 9: Nearly all ________ plants are perennials, including the trees and shrubs.
ForestOld-growth forestTemperate broadleaf and mixed forestsTaiga

Question 10: These structures include bulbs, ________, woody crowns, rhizomes plus others.
RootCormPlant stemTuber







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