Category : Science and Education
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PLANT KINGDOM
From Alfalfa to Zucchini
Philip P. Kapusta
Q:Identify an elongated summer squash having a thin green skin: _
A:Zucchini
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Q:A shrub of the honeysuckle family, with pinkish, bell-shaped flowers and spikes of white berries.
A:Gooseberry
A:Wolfberry
A:Bayberry
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Q:Identify an aquatic plant with large floating leaves and showy white or colored flowers.
A:Toadstool
A:Waterlily
A:Sea anemone
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Q:A pale yellow variety of string bean:
A:Navy bean
A:Carob
A:Lentil
A:Wax bean
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Q:Identify a gourd cultivated for its large edible fruit, having a juicy, sweet, red or pink pulp: _
A:Watermelon
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Q:A hard, nutlike, edible fruit of an aquatic plant native to Asia: _
A:Water chestnut
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Q:A tree valued for its timber and edible nuts: _
A:Walnut
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Q:Identify a plant that entraps and eats insects: _
A:Venus flytrap
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Q:Any of various plants which break off in autumn and are driven about by the wind: _
A:Tumbleweed
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Q:This is a short, coarse hemp or flax fiber prepared for spinning:
A:Cotton
A:Papyrus
A:Wool
A:Tow
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Q:A pulpy edible berry, yellow or red when ripe, of a tropical American plant related to the potato: _
A:Tomato
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Q:The leaves of this plant are processed and then smoked or chewed: _
A:Tobacco
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Q:A poisonous mushroom is called a... _
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Q:Any of various prickly plants with cylindrical or globular heads of composite flowers:
A:Thistle
A:Honeysuckle
A:Tumbleweed
A:Snapdragon
A:Smilax
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Q:A coarse, prickly herb having its flower heads covered with hooked leaves:
A:Smilax
A:Teasel
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Q:A large tree of SE Asia yielding a hard, durable timber highly prized for furniture: _
A:Teak
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Q:A large plant with large leaves and bright yellow petals filled with edible seeds: _
A:Sunflower
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Q:A canelike tropical grass cultivated for animal fodder and its sugary sap.
A:Rye
A:Buckwheat
A:Sorghum
A:Sugar cane
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Q:A species of gigantic coniferous evergreen trees in the western U.S.: _
A:Sequoia
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Q:A small North American willow bearing velvety puffs in early spring:
A:Pussy willow
A:Weeping willow
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Q:A small North American tree whose bark is processed as a flavoring agent. It is related to the laurel. _
A:Sassafras
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Q:A tropical tree having coarse, bananalike fruit.
A:Palm
A:Carob
A:Cashew
A:Vanilla
A:Plantain
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Q:A tropical plant having spiny leaves and a large cone-shaped fruit: _
A:Pineapple
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Q:A cultivated edible herb with aromatic, finely divided leaves, used as a garnish and for flavoring: _
A:Parsley
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Q:A cultivated plant related to parsley, with a pale, edible root:
A:Potato
A:Parsnip
A:Rhubarb
A:Squash
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Q:A cloverlike plant used as animal food: _
A:Alfalfa
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Q:A bulbous South African plant with large white, red, or purplish flowers, superficially resembling the lily:
A:Amarylis
A:Ambrosia
A:Anaconda
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Q:Its succulent flower head is used as a vegetable: _
A:Artichoke
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Q:A tree of tropical America known for its very light wood: _
A:Balsa
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Q:The black, edible fruit of certain shrubs of the rose family: _
A:Blackberry
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Q:A tall, marsh plant with long, straplike leaves and flowers in dense, brown terminal spikes: _
A:Cattail
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Q:A variety of cinnamon obtained from a species of Asia laurel:
A:Curry
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  3 Responses to “Category : Science and Education
Archive   : CAQUIZ12.ZIP
Filename : VEGETABL.QZ

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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