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Ulmus glabra: Quiz


Question 1: The leaves are ________, alternate, simple ovate or obovate with a lop-sided base, 6-17 cm long and 3-12 cm broad; the upper surface is rough.
DeciduousBotanyAutumn leaf colorPlant

Question 2: Outside the Brighton area, among the rare survivors in the south of England (2010) is a mature specimen at the University College sports ground, Abingdon Road, ________.
OxfordSouthamptonPortsmouthBrighton and Hove

Question 3: Owing to its former abundance in Scotland, it was occasionally known as the 'Scotch (sic) Elm', the name ________ a corruption of the Gaelic Lac Leaman, or 'Lake of the Elms'.
ClairinshInchmurrinInchlonaigLoch Lomond

Question 4: While the species is highly susceptible to ________.
TorontoUlmus americanaEnglandDutch elm disease

Question 5: Ltd., Wandin, Victoria, ________, [16].
United KingdomBarbadosAustraliaCanada

Question 6: B and T World Seeds [17], Paguignan, 34210 Aigues-Vives, ________
FranceCanadaUnited KingdomItaly

Question 7: Closely related species such as Bergmann's Elm U. bergmanniana and Manchurian Elm U. laciniata, native to north-east ________, were once sometimes included in Ulmus glabra [2].

Question 8: The hermaphrodite ________ appear before the leaves in early spring, produced in clusters of 10-20; they are 4 mm across on 10 mm long stems and, being wind-pollinated, are apetalous.
FlowerFlowering plantFruitSeed

Question 9: Missouri Botanical Garden [12], St. Louis, ________.

Question 10: The tree was by far the most common elm in the north and west of the ________, [1], and is now acknowledged as the only truly native species.
United KingdomBritish IslesEnglandNorthern Ireland


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