MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS (I)

 

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MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS (I)

Question 1
Remains of nucellus in seeds is known as perisperm is ..... and found in .....
A
Diploid, black pepper.
B
Haploid, castor.
C
Haploid, coconut.
D
Diploid, mango.

Question 2
Some foliar roots also produce adventitious root as in
A
Oxalis
B
Coleus
C
Tapioca
D
Bryophyllum

Question 3
Fibrous root system is better adopted than tap root system for
A
transport of organic matter.
B
absorption of water and minerals.
C
storage of food.
D
anchorage of plant to soil.

Question 4
Winged petiole is found in;
A
citrus
B
acacia
C
radish
D
peepal

Question 5
Root hairs develop from
A
region of maturation
B
region of elongation
C
region of meristematic activity
D
root cap

Question 6
An underground specialized shoot with reduced disc like stem covered by fleshy leaves is: (J.K.R.E.T. 2000)
A
bulb
B
Rhizome
C
rhizophore
D
bulbil

Question 7
The swollen leaf base of petiole is known as:
A
Ligules.
B
Amplexical.
C
Pulvinus.
D
Stipules.

Question 8
Which among the following plant is used as a fodder and belongs to the family Solanaceae?
A
Aswagandha.
B
Aloe.
C
Trifolium.
D
Makoi

Question 9
Floral features are chiefly used in angiosperms identification because
A
flowers are of various colours.
B
flowers can be safely pressed.
C
reproductive parts are more stable and conservative than vegetative parts.
D
flowers are good materials for identification.

Question 10
Identify the plant in which terminal bud is modified into leaf tendrils.
A
Passion flower.
B
Citrus.
C
Wood apple.
D
Vitis (Grapes).
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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