Practice Test


Q1) There are about __________ species of flowering plants. Show Answer


Q2) The study of external structure of an organism or an organ is called Show Answer


Q3) _________ is the study of internal structures of an organism. Show Answer


Q4) Descending part of the plant axis is Show Answer


Q5) The tender apex of the root is protected with Show Answer


Q6) In many hydrophytes like _________ root cap is replaced by root pocket. Show Answer


Q7) Root, stem and leaves are the ________ parts of a plant. Show Answer


Q8) ________ system of a plant is positively geographic. Show Answer


Q9) Root system develops from Show Answer


Q10) _________ helps in longitudinal growth of root. Show Answer


Q11) Which region of the root lies close to the stem ? Show Answer


Q12) Lateral root also develop from the region of Show Answer


Q13) Zone of elongation in a plant root is concerned with Show Answer


Q14) A root can be differentiated from the stem because of the absence of Show Answer


Q15) Roots of ______ become fleshly or swollen due to the storage of food material. Show Answer


Q16) After becoming green, roots of ________ manufacture food by photosynthesis. Show Answer


Q17) Roots that grow from any part of the plant body than the radicle are called Show Answer


Q18) Pneumatophores are the characteristic of Show Answer


Q19) Pneumatophores are Show Answer


Q20) Velamen absorbs moisture from Show Answer


Q21) In sunflower, the root system is Show Answer


Q22) Epiphytes depend upon other plants for Show Answer


Q23) Vanda shows Show Answer


Q24) Velamen tissue is present in the root of Show Answer


Q25) Additional roots given out by maize plants are Show Answer


Q26) Wheat shows the presence of _______ root system. Show Answer


Q27) Roots arising from horizontal branches of a tree is called Show Answer


Q28) Pneumatophores occur in the plants of Show Answer


Q29) Tap root is a direct prolongation of Show Answer


Q30) Pneumatophores help the plant in Show Answer


Q31) Napiform roots are Show Answer


Q32) Adventitious roots develop from Show Answer


Q33) Rhizophora shows the presence of Show Answer


Q34) ________ are negatively geotropic. Show Answer


Q35) ___________ process lenticels for gaseous exchange. Show Answer


Q36) In which habitat is Heritiera found ? Show Answer


Q37) Roots of _________ take part in vegetative reproduction. Show Answer


Q38) Dahlia and Asparagus have _________ root. Show Answer


Q39) In the Indian botanical garden, _________ tree is 200 years old. Show Answer


Q40) Banyan tree present in the Indian Botanical Garden, Howrah has nearly _________ prop roots. Show Answer


Q41) In plant like ________, roots grow in whorls from lower nodes. Show Answer


Q42) Which of the following pair of plants possess stilt root ? Show Answer


Q43) Climbing roots occur in Show Answer


Q44) Epiphytic root is also called ________ root. Show Answer


Q45) Which of the following plants possess parasitic root ? Show Answer


Q46) Root pockets are present in Show Answer


Q47) The region of a root which is responsible for absorption of mineral salt is Show Answer


Q48) Root hairs are produced by Show Answer


Q49) The region of root which helps in fixation of plant body in the soil is Show Answer


Q50) The tap roots system, lateral branches of roots are produced in Show Answer


Q51) The roots which do the function of photosynthesis is / are Show Answer


Q52) The root which is broad at the base due to storage of food and tapers gradually towards the apex is called Show Answer


Q53) Name the plant\s among the following in which roots are positively phototropic and perform the function of respiration. Show Answer


Q54) Fasciculated tuberous roots are present in Show Answer


Q55) Banyan tree shows ________ roots. Show Answer


Q56) Epiphytic roots are spongy due to the presence of Show Answer


Q57) Which of the following roots is called assimilatory root ? Show Answer


Q58) Vanda shows which type of roots ? Show Answer


Q59) Viscum album is a Show Answer


Q60) The multicellular outgrowth produced from epidermis are Show Answer


Q61) The root of partial parasite Viscum album penetrate only ________ elements of the host to absorb________. Show Answer


Q62) The thick roots that hang down from the banyan tree are called Show Answer


Q63) Stilt roots are found in Show Answer


Q64) The function of velamen is Show Answer


Q65) Haustoria or sucking roots are observed in Show Answer


Q66) Multiple root cap is present in Show Answer


Q67) In which of the following roots, is food stored ? Show Answer


Q68) A fibrous root system is adapted better than the tap root system to perform the function of Show Answer


Q69) Fibrous roots develop in maize from the Show Answer


Q70) The rhizome differs from root in respect of Show Answer


Q71) Stem grows towards Show Answer


Q72) Part of plant body which bears nodes and internodes protected by several immature leaves is Show Answer


Q73) Stem is Show Answer


Q74) A bud which develops at any place other than the stem apex or leaf axil, is called Show Answer


Q75) A bud present at the stem apex is called Show Answer


Q76) A bud present at the axil of the leaf is called Show Answer


Q77) A bud which can develop into a flower is known as Show Answer


Q78) Bulbil is a modified bud meant for Show Answer


Q79) Amorphophallus is an example of Show Answer


Q80) A ginger plant has an underground stem called Show Answer


Q81) Potato is an underground stem because it Show Answer


Q82) Food present in bulbs occur in Show Answer


Q83) ______ is a scaly bulb. Show Answer


Q84) The primary function of stem is Show Answer


Q85) Thorn is a stem structure because it Show Answer


Q86) Thorn in Bougainvillea is a modified Show Answer


Q87) Colocasia is the example of Show Answer


Q88) Runner is a/an Show Answer


Q89) Rhizome differs from roots as it is Show Answer


Q90) The stem modified to perform the function of a leaf and having many internodes is called Show Answer


Q91) Which of the following is not an underground stem ? Show Answer


Q92) Phylloclade is the modification of _______ for photosynthesis. Show Answer


Q93) Stem developing below the soil is called Show Answer


Q94) Cynodon dactylon is an example of Show Answer


Q95) Stolon arises from the base of Show Answer


Q96) Sucker is called underground runner as it Show Answer


Q97) In Passiflora, _______ is modified into tendril. Show Answer


Q98) In Vitis, _______ is modified into tendril. Show Answer


Q99) In Cucurbita ________ bud is modified into tendril. Show Answer


Q100) Which one of the following is a xerophytic plant in which the stem is modified into flat green and succulent structure ? Show Answer


Q101) Phylloclade is thick, fleshy, and succulent in Show Answer


Q102) Phylloclade is cylindrical in Show Answer


Q103) In Asparagus, Show Answer


Q104) In Dioscorea, Show Answer


Q105) Stem modified into flattened photosynthetic structure is called Show Answer


Q106) Potatoes are cultivated by Show Answer


Q107) Zingiber officinale is a _______ modification of underground stem. Show Answer


Q108) Succulent and cylindrical stem is found in Show Answer


Q109) Function of lenticels is Show Answer


Q110) The largest terminal bud is Show Answer


Q111) Bud is an Show Answer


Q112) The bud which appears at places other than the node is called Show Answer


Q113) Among the following, which function/s are performed by underground stem ? Show Answer


Q114) Underground stem can be differentiated from roots by the Show Answer


Q115) The stem which grows horizontally under the surface of soil and stores the food is Show Answer


Q116) If the growth of rhizome takes place with the help of the lateral bud, it is described as Show Answer


Q117) Tubers differ from rhizome because Show Answer


Q118) In onion and garlic which part stores the food ? Show Answer


Q119) Out of the following which is tunicated ? Show Answer


Q120) Runner of aquatic plant is called Show Answer


Q121) Find out the wrongly matched pair. Show Answer


Q122) A pair of lateral outgrowth present on either side of axillary bud are called Show Answer


Q123) Most reduced form of stem is found in Show Answer


Q124) Function of stem is Show Answer


Q125) Stem found in water is called Show Answer


Q126) In Dioscorea, vegetative reproduction is brought about by Show Answer


Q127) The edible part of potato is Show Answer


Q128) Offset is observed in Show Answer


Q129) Example of corm is Show Answer


Q130) Which one of the following is a modified stem that performs photosynthesis ? Show Answer


Q131) A branch which grows horizontally below the soil and then comes above the soil obliquely is called Show Answer


Q132) When the stem is modified into green leaf like structures it is called Show Answer


Q133) In Asparagus, the branches are modified into Show Answer


Q134) The part of leaf attached to the stem or branch is known as Show Answer


Q135) The part of leaf attached to the stem or branch is known as Show Answer


Q136) The part of leaf connecting the lamina with branch or stem is called Show Answer


Q137) The largest, green and flattened expanded part of the leaf is called Show Answer


Q138) The lateral outgrowth at the base, on either side of axillary bud is called Show Answer


Q139) Leaves help in Show Answer


Q140) The leaf with petiole is called Show Answer


Q141) The leaf without petiole is called Show Answer


Q142) Reticulate venation is seen in Show Answer


Q143) Parallel venation is seen in Show Answer


Q144) In Opuntia the entire leaf gets modified into Show Answer


Q145) In Acacia, _______ get modified into spines. Show Answer


Q146) In wild pea, ________ is tendrillar. Show Answer


Q147) In Pisum sativum, ___________are tendrillar. Show Answer


Q148) In Goriosa, only _________ modifies into tendril. Show Answer


Q149) in Smilax, __________ become tendrillar. Show Answer


Q150) In Bignonia, terminal leaflets are modified into Show Answer


Q151) In Acacia, _______ get modified to perform photosynthesis. Show Answer


Q152) The arrangement of the leaves at a node on the stem is called Show Answer


Q153) Smilax possesses Show Answer


Q154) The tendrils of sweet pea plant are modified Show Answer


Q155) Leaves arise from which part of a plant ? Show Answer


Q156) Which of the following shows leaf hooks ? Show Answer


Q157) Thalamus consists of ________ nodes and _______ internodes. Show Answer


Q158) Thorns with leaves and flowers are found in Show Answer


Q159) Leaf tip tendrils are found in Show Answer


Q160) In which plant is the entire leaf modified into small, stiff, pointed structure called spine ? Show Answer


Q161) Which statement is TRUE about xerophytes ? Show Answer


Q162) A typical foliage leaf consists of Show Answer


Q163) The leaves which are with stipules are called Show Answer


Q164) The arrangement of veins and veinlets on the lamina is known as Show Answer


Q165) Function of veins in plant leaves is to Show Answer


Q166) What is NOT TRUE from the following ? Show Answer


Q167) Stipules are Show Answer


Q168) When the petiole becomes flat, green, leaf like structure, it is known as Show Answer


Q169) Alternate phyllotaxy is observed in Show Answer


Q170) If more than two leaves are produced at each node, it is described as Show Answer


Q171) When one pair of leaf is placed at right angle to the next pair of leaf, it is said to be ______ phyllotaxy. Show Answer


Q172) Ocimum and Calotropis show what type of phyllotaxy ? Show Answer


Q173) Nerium shows ________ type of phyllotaxy. Show Answer


Q174) A leaf is modified into phyllode in Show Answer


Q175) When a flower is produced singly, it is called Show Answer


Q176) When a flower is produced in a group, it is called Show Answer


Q177) The peduncle is a/an Show Answer


Q178) The stalk of an inflorescence is called Show Answer


Q179) ______makes the flowers more conspicuous. Show Answer


Q180) Inflorescence improves the chances for Show Answer


Q181) The function of inflorescence is Show Answer


Q182) Racemose inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q183) In racemose inflorescence, the order for opening of flower is Show Answer


Q184) In racemose inflorescence, the flowers are arranged in ________ order. Show Answer


Q185) In cymose inflorescence, the flowers are arranged in ______ order. Show Answer


Q186) In cymose inflorescence having receptacle the order for opening of flower is Show Answer


Q187) A modified condensed shoot specialized to carry out sexual reproduction is Show Answer


Q188) A flower, like a vegetative shoot may develop in the axil of a small leaf called Show Answer


Q189) Flower produced on the stalk is called Show Answer


Q190) The terminal end of the pedicel is swollen and represents floral axis is called Show Answer


Q191) Calyx and corolla are Show Answer


Q192) Androecium and gynoecium are Show Answer


Q193) ______ are the accessory whorls of flower. Show Answer


Q194) A flower having all the four floral whorls is called _______ flower. Show Answer


Q195) A flower having both the essential whorls is called _______ flower. Show Answer


Q196) A flower having only one of the two essential floral whorls, is called _______ flower. Show Answer


Q197) When both the essential whorls are absent, the flower is said to be Show Answer


Q198) When a plant possesses only one type of unisexual flower, it is called Show Answer


Q199) When a plant possesses both the types of unisexual flowers, the plant is called Show Answer


Q200) When the petals and sepals are inserted below the ovary, the condition is called Show Answer


Q201) In perigyny condition, Show Answer


Q202) Epigynous flower has Show Answer


Q203) The individual members of calyx are called Show Answer


Q204) The individual members of corolla are called Show Answer


Q205) The individual members of perianth are called Show Answer


Q206) Keel is characteristic of the flowers of Show Answer


Q207) When the margins of petals overlap each other in regular manner, it is described as ________ aestivation. Show Answer


Q208) In which type of aestivation is the petal arrangement on external, one internal and three partly external and one partly internal seen ? Show Answer


Q209) When a single ovule is borne at the base of a unilocular interior ovary, it is described as ________ placentation. Show Answer


Q210) Bilaterally symmetriacal flower means Show Answer


Q211) When the sepals are free from one another, it is described as Show Answer


Q212) When the petals are free from one another, it is called Show Answer


Q213) When the petals are united or fused with one another it is known as Show Answer


Q214) Sometimes sepals are modified into hairy structures called Show Answer


Q215) In some flowers, calyx and corolla are morphologically similar. They are together called Show Answer


Q216) When sepals fall just after opening of the flower, they are termed as Show Answer


Q217) When sepals survive till the withering of petals, they are termed as Show Answer


Q218) When sepals remain even after fruit formation, calyx is called Show Answer


Q219) When the margin of sepals or petals are either in contact or lie close to each other but do not overlap, the aestivation is said to be Show Answer


Q220) In Cassia, aestivation is Show Answer


Q221) In China rose, aestivation is Show Answer


Q222) In pea and bean, aestivation is Show Answer


Q223) In Datura, aestivation is Show Answer


Q224) _______ is the male reproductive whorl. Show Answer


Q225) Each individual member of an androecium is called Show Answer


Q226) When the gynoecium is present at the topmost position of the thalamus, the flower is known as Show Answer


Q227) When the flower is hypogynous, the ovary is said to be Show Answer


Q228) When the thalamus is cup-shaped with the ovary in the centre of it, the flower is known as Show Answer


Q229) When the flower is perigynous, the ovary is said to be Show Answer


Q230) When stamens are free from each other, the androecium is said to be Show Answer


Q231) When stamens are united to the petals, they are described as Show Answer


Q232) When stamens are united by their filament and anthers are free, it is known as Show Answer


Q233) When anthers are united and filaments are free it is known as Show Answer


Q234) ________ is the fourth and the female reproductive whorl of the flower. Show Answer


Q235) Each individual member of gynoecium is called Show Answer


Q236) In pea, gram carpel is Show Answer


Q237) When carpels of a gynoecium are fused with each other, it is called Show Answer


Q238) When the carpels of a gynoecium are free from each other, it is called Show Answer


Q239) When ovules are born at the fused margin of unilocular ovary, it is called ________ placentation. Show Answer


Q240) When ovules are produced on the central axis of a multilocular ovary, it is called _______ placentation. Show Answer


Q241) When ovules are born on the inner wall of unilocular ovary, it is called _______ placentation. Show Answer


Q242) When a single ovule is born at the base of an unilocular inferior ovary, placentation is said to be Show Answer


Q243) 'Gynoecium is apocarpous' means that Show Answer


Q244) Gynoecium consists of Show Answer


Q245) Ovules are produced on soft fertile tissue called Show Answer


Q246) The ovule is called Show Answer


Q247) When the stamens are free from each other the androecium is said to be Show Answer


Q248) In papilionaceous corolla, the aestivation is Show Answer


Q249) Two lobed anther is called Show Answer


Q250) If the tepals are fused, the condition is described as Show Answer


Q251) If the sepals are modified into hairy structures, it is described as Show Answer


Q252) Deciduous calyx is the one Show Answer


Q253) In brinjal, the calyx is Show Answer


Q254) If ovary is situated at highest position and all other whorls are below the ovary, the condition is described as Show Answer


Q255) A flower having both androecium and gynoecium is called Show Answer


Q256) If both essential whorls are absent, the flower is described as Show Answer


Q257) If a plant bears only one type of unisexual flowers, it is described as Show Answer


Q258) A polygamous plant is the one which possesses Show Answer


Q259) In papilionaceous plants, the largest petal is Show Answer


Q260) The type of placentation in which ovary is syncarpous unilocular and ovules on the inner wall is Show Answer


Q261) Out of the following which is an example of phylloclade ? Show Answer


Q262) The stalk of flower is known as Show Answer


Q263) In unilocular ovary with a single ovule, the placentation is Show Answer


Q264) Which of the following plant has hypogynous flower ? Show Answer


Q265) Which of the following is an example of zygomorphic flower ? Show Answer


Q266) Find the ODD one among the following. Show Answer


Q267) Ovules are produced on a soft fertile tissue called Show Answer


Q268) Pineapple is an example of Show Answer


Q269) Among the following which one is a false fruit ? Show Answer


Q270) Simple fruit develops from Show Answer


Q271) ___________ is a simple fruit. Show Answer


Q272) Which of the following is not a fruit ? Show Answer


Q273) In mango, edible part is Show Answer


Q274) Edible part of an apple is Show Answer


Q275) Out of the following, which is an aggregate fruit ? Show Answer


Q276) Which of the following is the correct sequence of layers in typical monocot root (from outer surface to inside)? Show Answer


Q277) Which of the following is a false fruit ? Show Answer


Q278) Which is NOT TRUE statement from the following ? Show Answer


Q279) In apple which part takes part in the formation of fruit along with ovary ? Show Answer


Q280) Which one is composite fruit ? Show Answer


Q281) A seed is attached to the inner wall of fruit by a small stalk called Show Answer


Q282) The part of the seed which forms the shoot at that time of germination is called Show Answer


Q283) The part of embryo axis between radicle and first node is called Show Answer


Q284) The part of embryo between plumule and cotyledons is called Show Answer


Q285) Coleorhiza is the covering over Show Answer


Q286) Castor seed stores food in Show Answer


Q287) In maize grain the aleurone layer is Show Answer


Q288) Scutellum is Show Answer


Q289) Shield shaped cotyledon of maize is known as Show Answer


Q290) Non endospermic seeds are found in Show Answer


Q291) The monocotyledonous seed consists of one large and shield-shaped cotyledon known as Show Answer


Q292) In maize grain, the seed coat and pericarp are fused to form Show Answer


Q293) Food is stored in ex-albuminous seed in Show Answer


Q294) Seed with two cotyledons is called Show Answer


Q295) Seed coat develops from Show Answer


Q296) Hull is formed by the fusion of Show Answer


Q297) Castor is ________ speed. Show Answer


Q298) In maize grain, the food is stored in Show Answer


Q299) The contents enclosed within the seed coat are together called Show Answer


Q300) Seed absorbs water through Show Answer


Q301) Embryo of angiosperm consists of Show Answer


Q302) Epicotyl means Show Answer


Q303) Seed shows __________ generation. Show Answer


Q304) Find the ODD one from the following. Show Answer


Q305) Out of the following which is endospermic dicot seed ? Show Answer


Q306) The inner membraous seed coat is called Show Answer


Q307) Meristematic tissues are found in Show Answer


Q308) Meristematic cells contain Show Answer


Q309) Meristems may be classified on the basis of Show Answer


Q310) Meristems are classified as _________ on the basis of their origin. Show Answer


Q311) Which meristems are arranged parallel to the longitudinal axis of plant in stem and branches ? Show Answer


Q312) Meristem present since embryonic condition is called Show Answer


Q313) Apical meristem, intercalary meristem and lateral meristems are differentiated on the basis of Show Answer


Q314) Undifferentiated ground tissue is found in Show Answer


Q315) Promeristem gives rise to which meristem ? Show Answer


Q316) The cell wall of meristematic tissue consist of Show Answer


Q317) Ground meristem gives rise to Show Answer


Q318) The meristem that is parallel to the longtudinal axis of the plant is Show Answer


Q319) Find the CORRECT match. Show Answer


Q320) The meristem which leads to secondary growth is Show Answer


Q321) Collenchyma cells are Show Answer


Q322) Mechanical tissue consisting of living cells is Show Answer


Q323) Collenchyma differs from parenchyma with respect to Show Answer


Q324) The tissue which provides mechanical strength is Show Answer


Q325) Spongy tissues is a type of Show Answer


Q326) Aerenchyma is helpful to plants by Show Answer


Q327) Simple dead permanent tissue is Show Answer


Q328) Tapering ends in xylem are in Show Answer


Q329) Food conducting tissue is Show Answer


Q330) Companion cells are always associated with Show Answer


Q331) A tracheids is distinguished from a vesses element on the basis of Show Answer


Q332) Vessels and companion cells are the chracteristic features of Show Answer


Q333) Living member of the phloem tissue is Show Answer


Q334) Phloem contains Show Answer


Q335) Permanent tissue which serves for mechanical strength and rigidity is Show Answer


Q336) A simple, living mechanical tissue is Show Answer


Q337) Water conducting tissue is Show Answer


Q338) Nucleus is present in Show Answer


Q339) Dead lignified tissues is Show Answer


Q340) Phloem in the plant does the function of Show Answer


Q341) Protoxylem vessels show ________ thickening. Show Answer


Q342) Out of the following which is the most advanced type of thickening ? Show Answer


Q343) Vessels are absent in Show Answer


Q344) Sclereids are present in Show Answer


Q345) What is NOT TRUE about sclereids ? Show Answer


Q346) Living tissue with lignin deposition at corners, absence of intercellular spaces are the characteristic of Show Answer


Q347) The most simple and primitive tissue which is present in all parts of plant is Show Answer


Q348) Parenchyma cells are Show Answer


Q349) The most important characteristic of meristematic cell is that Show Answer


Q350) ________ is deposited on the cell wall of xylem. Show Answer


Q351) Which of the following statement is TRUE ? Show Answer


Q352) Companion cells are present in Show Answer


Q353) Parenchyma with abundant chlorplasts is called Show Answer


Q354) Intercellular spaces are found in Show Answer


Q355) _______ is also called fundamental tissue. Show Answer


Q356) Sieve tubes are absent in Show Answer


Q357) ______ are used for making ropes. Show Answer


Q358) In collateral vascular bundles, Show Answer


Q359) A bundle in which xylem is sandwiched by pholem on both the side is known as _______ bundle. Show Answer


Q360) Radical vascular bundles are found in Show Answer


Q361) Bicollateral vascular bundles are present in Show Answer


Q362) Radical vascular bundles are the characteristic of Show Answer


Q363) Concentric bundles are always Show Answer


Q364) What do you mean by closed vascular bundle ? Show Answer


Q365) What is the meaning of hadrocentric vascular bundle ? Show Answer


Q366) Epiblema is the characteristic of Show Answer


Q367) In dicot root vascular bundles, Show Answer


Q368) Pith is large and well developed in Show Answer


Q369) In which of the following characters can a monocot root be differentiated from dicot root ? Show Answer


Q370) In a typical dicot stem, Show Answer


Q371) The arrangement of xylem in dicot stem is Show Answer


Q372) Monocot stem lacks Show Answer


Q373) In dicot stem the vascular bundles are Show Answer


Q374) In a dicot stem, the vascular bundles are Show Answer


Q375) Monocot plant show ______ type of leaves. Show Answer


Q376) A typical monocot leaf differs from dicot leaf by Show Answer


Q377) Generally in monocots, the leaves are Show Answer


Q378) The vascular bundles of leaf are Show Answer


Q379) Carrot shows Show Answer


Q380) Sucking root develops in Show Answer


Q381) Sweet potato has _______ roots. Show Answer


Q382) Raphanus sativus shows which type of root ? Show Answer


Q383) Find the ODD one from the following . Show Answer


Q384) Out of the following which is a total parasite ? Show Answer


Q385) Find the INCORRECT match. Show Answer


Q386) Consider the following.
i) Potato ii) Radish
iii)Amorphophallus iv)Onion
Which of the above roots are used as vegetables ? Show Answer


Q387) _______ is a tunicated bulb. Show Answer


Q388) A rhizome differs from corm in its. Show Answer


Q389) ______ is an example of stolon. Show Answer


Q390) Find the ODD one from the following. Show Answer


Q391) Find the ODD one from the following. Show Answer


Q392) Which of the following is CORRECTLY matched ? Show Answer


Q393) Which is NOT TRUE from the following ? Show Answer


Q394) Find the ODD one from the following. Show Answer


Q395) Pappus calyx helps in Show Answer


Q396) Out of the following which is NOT a correct match ? Show Answer


Q397) Consider the following.
i) Runner ii)Cladode
iii) Rhizome iv) Offset
Among the following which of the above are subaerial stem modifications ? Show Answer


Q398) Find the ODD type of tendril from the following. Show Answer


Q399) Consider the following statements.
(a) In racemose inflorescence the flowers are borne in a basipetal order.
(b) In cymose inflorescence the growth is unlimited.
(c) In cymose inflorescence the order of opening of flowers is centrifugal.
Among these statements Show Answer


Q400) Among the following which is a WRONG pair ? Show Answer


Q401) Find the ODD one from the following. Show Answer


Q402) Find out the pair which is NOT CORRECT. Show Answer


Q403) Casparian strips are present in Show Answer


Q404) A condensed, disc-like underground stem is called Show Answer


Q405) Which of the following are not characteristic features of Fabaceae? Show Answer


Q406) When the floral appendages are in multiple of 3, 4, 5, they are respectively called Show Answer


Q407) The type of leaf in Daucus carota is Show Answer


Q408) Most advanced fruit is Show Answer


Q409) Pedicel of flower is called Show Answer


Q410) A tree that has strong erect stem with hollow internodes and solid nodes, is known as Show Answer


Q411) Identify the correct order (root) from base to root apex
I. Mineral absorption zone
II. Soil penetration zone
III. Cell number increasement zone
V. Cell elongation zone Show Answer


Q412) Study the following statements and choose the correct option.
I.Buds are present in the axil of leaflets of the compound leaf.
II.Pulvinus leaf-base is present in some leguminous plants.
III.In Alstonia, the petioles expand, become green and synthesize food.
IV.Opposite phyllotaxy is seen in guava. Show Answer


Q413) Which one of the following series includes the orders Ranales, Parietals and Malvales? Show Answer


Q414) Which pair of the following plants represents the condition of modification of stipules into spines? Show Answer


Q415) Amla belongs to family Show Answer


Q416) The leaves are modified into tendrils, hook, pitcher and bladder in the following plants respectively Show Answer


Q417) Fruits are formed in Show Answer


Q418) Hypanthodium inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q419) I. Bear leaves and branches
II. Conduction of water and minerals
III. Storage of food
These are the functions of Show Answer


Q420) Tulip belong to family Show Answer


Q421) Which of the following is not a characteristic feature of Fabaceae? Show Answer


Q422) Wringed petioles are characteristic of Show Answer


Q423) The triploid number of chromosomes of the first taxon in 10 times more than the haploid number of
chromosomes of the second taxon, while the diploid number of the third taxon is six time more than the
haploid number of the fourth taxon. Which one of the following shows the ascending order of the number
of chromosomes in their respective endosperm? Show Answer


Q424) The scutellum observed in a grain of wheat or maize is comparable to which part of the seed in other
monocotyledons? Show Answer


Q425) Colchicum autumnale belongs to Show Answer


Q426) Clinging roots are found in Show Answer


Q427) Single-seeded winged fruits is called Show Answer


Q428) The family containing mustard and its main characters are Show Answer


Q429) Which one of the following floral characters, is shared by Ruscus and ray florets of Tridax? Show Answer


Q430) In a flowering plant, archesporium gives rise to Show Answer


Q431) The fruit which develops from inflorescence is called Show Answer


Q432) Caryopsis is found in Show Answer


Q433) If a primary root continues to grow, the type of root system will be known as Show Answer


Q434) Largest flower is Show Answer


Q435) Pattern of arrangement of leaves on the stem or branches is called Show Answer


Q436) Arrangement of sepals or petals with respect to the other members of same whorl is known as Show Answer


Q437) The reproductive unit of angiosperms is Show Answer


Q438) The correct floral formula of chilli is Show Answer


Q439) Velamen is found in Show Answer


Q440) The flower shown in the adjacent diagram is Show Answer


Q441) Sucking roots are present in the planet Show Answer


Q442) The root system growing near the base of the radical in monocots is Show Answer


Q443) The hardest part of drupe is Show Answer


Q444) Cyathium and Hypanthodium inflorescence are related in having Show Answer


Q445) The plant mentioned in question number 174 belongs to which family? Show Answer


Q446) Geocarpic fruits are produced by Show Answer


Q447) Tricarpellary, syncarpous, superior ovary is seen in Show Answer


Q448) Ginger multiples vegetatively by Show Answer


Q449) Opening of a flower and drooping of a bud are examples of Show Answer


Q450) Pappus is present in Compositae for Show Answer


Q451) From the options given below, find out the correct floral formula for a flower having the following
characters namely actinomorphic, bisexual, five united sepals, five united petals, stamens five and
epipetalous, bicarpellary, syncarpous with superior ovary Show Answer


Q452) Guttation occurs through Show Answer


Q453) Root is distinguishable from stem in Show Answer


Q454) Monothecous anther is the characteristic of Show Answer


Q455) Which of the following plants has haustorial roots? Show Answer


Q456) Type of aestivation shown by Pisum is Show Answer


Q457) Which of the following monocotyledonous seed is non-endospermic? Show Answer


Q458) Perianth in the spikelet of jowar is represented by Show Answer


Q459) Tulsi belongs to family Show Answer


Q460) Placentation is the arrangement of Show Answer


Q461) Flower is always solitary when Show Answer


Q462) Region of root present just above the root cap is called the region of Show Answer


Q463) Pineapple (ananas) fruit develops from a Show Answer


Q464) The morphological nature of the organ, which helps in climbing in Cardiospermum, is Show Answer


Q465) Which of the following is/are not characteristic features of Asteraceae?
I.Cypsela type of fruit
II.Syngenesious stamens
III.Ovary bicarpellary and superior
IV.Placentation marginal
V.Head type of inflorescence Show Answer


Q466) When axillary buds or terminal buds of stem gets modified into woody straight and pointed structure, it is
known as Show Answer


Q467) Drupe contains Show Answer


Q468) Which one of the following statements is correct? Show Answer


Q469) A plant has an androecium with monadelphous stamens, monothecous and reniform anthers. They corolla
exhibits contorted aestivation. The plant could be Show Answer


Q470) Identify from the following plant parts, the major contributors to human food? Show Answer


Q471) Scutellum in a caryopsis represents Show Answer


Q472) A monocarpic plant is one, which Show Answer


Q473) Pericarp may be or can be differentiated into Show Answer


Q474) Fruit is Show Answer


Q475) Flowers are zygomorphic in Show Answer


Q476) Pneumatophores are positively Show Answer


Q477) Leaf having completely divided lamina broken up into direct segment or leaflets is called Show Answer


Q478) The smallest Angiospermic flower is Show Answer


Q479) Fibrous root system originates from the base of Show Answer


Q480) Stilt roots originate from the nodal part of Show Answer


Q481) The inflorescence in Ocimum is Show Answer


Q482) The leaves in Utricularia plant are modified into Show Answer


Q483) Inflorescence is the arrangement of Show Answer


Q484) In the flowers of a plant, the ovarian part is fused, but styles and stigmas are free. Its ovary becomes
unilocular due to breakdown of partition wall and the ovules are attached to a central axis. Identify the
plant. Show Answer


Q485) At the two ends of the embryonical axis Show Answer


Q486) Pneumatophores are present in Show Answer


Q487) Cuticle is absent in Show Answer


Q488) Identify the mismatch among the following pairs of trees and families Show Answer


Q489) Tallest angiosperm is Show Answer


Q490) The underground stem that has contractile roots, is Show Answer


Q491) When gynoecium is present in the topmost position of thalamus, the flower is known as Show Answer


Q492) Which is odd one? Show Answer


Q493) Insectivore plants such as pitcher plant, venus fly trap have Show Answer


Q494) Hesperidium of orange is a modification of Show Answer


Q495) Select the correct statements.
I. From the region of elongation, some of the epidermal cells from root hairs.
II. Pneumatophores are seen in Rhizophora .
III. Adventitious roots are seen in the banyan tree.
IV. Maize and sugarcane have prop roots. Show Answer


Q496) Which of the following statements are correct?
I.When a fruit develops from the inflorescence, it is composite.
II.Mesocarp is the edible part in apple.
III.Gynobasic style is seen in Ocimum.
IV.Hypanthodium is a special type of inflorescence found in Euphorbia species Show Answer


Q497) Potato is a modification of Show Answer


Q498) Non-endospermic seeds are found in Show Answer


Q499) Respiratory roots are found in Show Answer


Q500) Parachute mechanism of seed dispersal occurs in Show Answer


Q501) I. Epicarp is thin
II. Mesocarp is fleshy and edible
III. Endocarp is strong hard
These are the probable features of Show Answer


Q502) Dahlia and Asparagus posses Show Answer


Q503) Which one of the following is correctly matched pair of a certain plant family and its one example? Show Answer


Q504) Carthamus belongs to family Show Answer


Q505) Aggregate fruit develops from Show Answer


Q506) Bracts enclosing a cluster of flowers are known as Show Answer


Q507) A fibrous root system is excellent for Show Answer


Q508) Lateral branches with short internodes and each nodes bearing a rosette of leaves above and a tuft of roots
below is found in aquatic plants like Pistia and Eichhornia . These lateral branches are called Show Answer


Q509) Cereals mostly belongs to the family Show Answer


Q510) Edible part if mango is Show Answer


Q511) Edible part of tomato is Show Answer


Q512) In banana, which of the following part is edible? Show Answer


Q513) Sorosis is found in Show Answer


Q514) Ovary is half-inferior in the flowers of Show Answer


Q515) In Amorphophallus, vegetative reproduction occurs through Show Answer


Q516) Flowers, in which only one set of essential organ is present are said to be Show Answer


Q517) Which one of the following conditions is seen in the roots of a plant having submerged assimilatory roots
and spongy petioles? Show Answer


Q518) How many types of inflorescence are present in angiosperm depending on whether the apex gets
converted into a flower or continuous to grow? Show Answer


Q519) Which one of the following families shoes both freedom and fusion in four successive whorls of the flower
from exterior in different members? Show Answer


Q520) Which of the following pairs is not correct? Show Answer


Q521) Haustoria are found in Show Answer


Q522) Regions of root from the root tip to base are Show Answer


Q523) Endosperm is consumed by developing embryo in the seed of Show Answer


Q524) Seedless banana is Show Answer


Q525) The bladder of Utricularia and pitchers of Nepenthes are modification of Show Answer


Q526) The main function (s) of root is Show Answer


Q527) Examples of drupe fruit is/are Show Answer


Q528) The plumule and radicle are enclosed in sheath which are called Show Answer


Q529) The reticulate venation is shown by
I. Smilax (monocot) II. Colocasia (monocot)
III. Gram (dicot)
Select the correct combination from the given options Show Answer


Q530) Nutrition is shown by Show Answer


Q531) Perianth is the condition in which Show Answer


Q532) Identify the correct order of the following four zones in the root from apex to base.
I. Mineral absorption zone
II.Meristematic zone
III.Maturation zone
IV.Water absorption zone Show Answer


Q533) Study of fruits is called Show Answer


Q534) Fleshy fruits with stony endocarp are called Show Answer


Q535) Which of the following plants has the floral characters like zygomorphic flower, vexillary aestivation,
diadelphous androecium and marginal placentation? Show Answer


Q536) Leaf blade is spinous in case of Show Answer


Q537) In floral formula, Br stands for Show Answer


Q538) Viscum is a Show Answer


Q539) Generally, the parallel venation is found in Show Answer


Q540) Main axis continues to grow, the flowers are borne laterally in acropetal succession. This is a characteristic
of which type of inflorescence? Show Answer


Q541) I. Petals
II. Usually brightly coloured
III. May be free
IV. May be fused
Features given above represents Show Answer


Q542) Edible part of the apple is Show Answer


Q543) Tuberous roots are found in Show Answer


Q544) Capitulum inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q545) Floating roots are the characteristic feature of Show Answer


Q546) Which of the following are floral characters of Malvaceae? Show Answer


Q547) Inflorescence axis is called Show Answer


Q548) Tetradynamous condition is found in Show Answer


Q549) The photosynthetic or assimilatory roots are observed in Show Answer


Q550) Which of the following represents the floral characters of Liliaceae? Show Answer


Q551) Gynobasic style is the characteristic features of Show Answer


Q552) Uniparous, biparous and multiparous systems of branching are found respectively in Show Answer


Q553) Smallest region of the root is Show Answer


Q554) Prop roots are the modification for Show Answer


Q555) Which of the following has epiphytic features and aerial and flattened photosynthetic roots, without
formal organization of stem and leaves? Show Answer


Q556) Parts of the plants were observed. Structure-A develops aerially and produces roots when comes in
contact with the soil. Structure-B develops from underground part of the stem, grow obliquely, becomes
aerial and produces roots on its lower surface. Identify, respectively the structure of A and B. Show Answer


Q557) Trimerous flower, superior ovary and axile placentation is characteristics of Show Answer


Q558) The capitulum type of inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q559) Roots are absent in Show Answer


Q560) Primary roots and its branches constitute the Show Answer


Q561) Two dry fruits (A & B) were observed. Both developed from unilocular ovaries of monocarpellary gynoecia. In fruit. A, pericarp and seed coat are free. It liberated the seeds only after the disintegration of
the pericarp. Fruit ‘B’ dehisced dorsiventrally librating the seeds. In the following, the former in the pair
represents ‘A’ and latter ‘B’. to which types of fruits ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively belong? Show Answer


Q562) In china rose, the inflorescence is Show Answer


Q563) In which of the following aestivation of sepal’s/petals one margin covers the other and its margin is
covered by previous one? Show Answer


Q564) Which of the following two are the resultant of stipule modifications?
I.Spines in Ziziphus.
II.Tendrils in Smilax.
III.Tendrils in Nepenthes.
IV.Spines in Argemone.
V.Thorns in Bougainvellea. Show Answer


Q565) When stigma shows feathery appearance, it is Show Answer


Q566) The fruit developed from the single ovary is said to be Show Answer


Q567) Which of the following is the modification of leaf? Show Answer


Q568) Arrangements of veins and the veinlets in the lamina of leaf is termed as Show Answer


Q569) Aleurone layer is rich in Show Answer


Q570) Cyathium inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q571) Cereals are mostly belong to family Show Answer


Q572) Function of obturator on micropyle is to Show Answer


Q573) Perianth is represented by Show Answer


Q574) Radish is modified root and an example of Show Answer


Q575) I. In dicotyledonous seeds, cotyledons are often fleshy and full of reserve food
II. Generally, monocotyledonous seeds are endospermic
III. Generally, dicotyledonous seeds are non-endospermic
IV. Most of the monocotyledonous seeds have fleshy cotyledons
Select the correct statements Show Answer


Q576) Potato family is called Show Answer


Q577) Epipetalous or epiphyllous condition is shown by Show Answer


Q578) Rhizome, which grows vertically upwards are Show Answer


Q579) The existence of two types of leaves in the same plant, is called Show Answer


Q580) Most of the economically important fibre yielding plants belong to family Show Answer


Q581) Spadix is an inflorescence found only in Show Answer


Q582) Phylloclades are Show Answer


Q583) Bright colour of petals is due to presence of Show Answer


Q584) Gynandrous condition shows Show Answer


Q585) The direct elongation of radicle leads to the formation of Show Answer


Q586) I. Members of calyx are called …A… .
II. United members of calyx are called …B… .
III. Free members of calyx are called …C… . Show Answer


Q587) Name the type of aestivation when sepals or petals in a whorl just touch one another at the margin
without overlapping Show Answer


Q588) Pome fruit is found in Show Answer


Q589) What type of placentation is seen in sweet pea? Show Answer


Q590) Vessels and companion cells are characteristic of Show Answer


Q591) Which of the following is not a character of a monocot? Show Answer


Q592) In floral formula, ‘K’ and ‘C’ stands for Show Answer


Q593) Drupes are called stony fruits because they have hard Show Answer


Q594) Study the following statements.
I.Food is stored in the leaf bases.
II.Buds develop from leaf apices.
III.Presence of tunicated bulb.
Identify the correct combination with reference to Scilla. Show Answer


Q595) Identify the wrong expression from the following statements Show Answer


Q596) 120° phyllotaxy is found in Show Answer


Q597) The binomial of sunnhemp is Show Answer


Q598) In which of the following types of fruits, dorsiventral dehiscence takes place?
I. Legume
II. Follicle
III. Siliqua
IV. Capsule Show Answer


Q599) Green stems of unlimited growth, which have taken over the function of photosynthesis is called Show Answer


Q600) Desert grasses often roll their leaves due to presence of Show Answer


Q601) Which of the following pairs of family’s posses pollinia? Show Answer


Q602) In Nepenthes (pitcher plant), pitcher is the modification of Show Answer


Q603) Rauwolfia serpentina belongs to family Show Answer


Q604) Family-Podostemaceae is placed under the series Show Answer


Q605) The flower, in which the gynoecium occupies the highest position on the thalamus leaving other parts below is called Show Answer


Q606) Stem is modified into cladode in Show Answer


Q607) A root was described as adventitious root because it Show Answer


Q608) Commercial banana (Musa paradisica) is a Show Answer


Q609) The leaves of Smilax and Colocasia show Show Answer


Q610) Select the characters, which are not applicable to the family-Solanaceae?
I.Epipetalous and syngenesious anthers
II.Bicarpellary and syncarpous ovary
III.Oblique ovary with axile placentation
IV.Stamens six, arranged in two whorls
V.Bicarpellary, syncarpous and inferior ovary Show Answer


Q611) Percentage (%) sign is used for Show Answer


Q612) Dry indehiscent single-seeded fruit formed from bicarpellary syncarpous inferior ovary is Show Answer


Q613) Which of the following have succulent root? Show Answer


Q614) Modified shoots wherein the shoot apical meristem changes to floral meristem is called Show Answer


Q615) The plant having monadelphous stamens and axile placentation is Show Answer


Q616) Consider the following statements.
I.In racemose inflorescence, the flowers are brone in a basipetal order.
II.Epigynous flowers are seen in rose plant.
III.In brinjal, the ovary is superior.
Of these statements Show Answer


Q617) In hypogeal seed germination, the structure help to push the cotyledon inside the soil is Show Answer


Q618) Tendrils in plants are an example of Show Answer


Q619) Parachute mechanism of seed dispersal is seen in Show Answer


Q620) In which of the following, petiolar leaf tendril is found? Show Answer


Q621) Modified underground stem is called Show Answer


Q622) Why is vivipary an undesirable character for annul crop plants? Show Answer


Q623) Leaves of dicotyledon plants generally exhibits Show Answer


Q624) Multicostate parallel venation of leaf is found in Show Answer


Q625) Simple, cluster of radial leaves, stipulate and parallel venation leaves and cyme or umbel inflorescence are
the characteristics of Show Answer


Q626) In some seeds, reminants of nucellus are also persistent.
This residual, persistent nucellus is the Show Answer


Q627) In which of the following, parthenocarpy makes no sense? Show Answer


Q628) In Duranta, the nature of vasculated defensive structures represent the modification of Show Answer


Q629) In a flower, there are five unequal petals. The posterior petal is the largest. The two anterior petals are
partially fused to form a boat-shaped structure. The two lateral petals are smaller than the posterior petal.
Which one of the following characters is not associated with such a flower? Show Answer


Q630) Water and minerals absorption from soil are the function of Show Answer


Q631) Gynoecium in the members of family-Leguminosae is composed of Show Answer


Q632) Which one of the following represents the floral characters of Poaceae? Show Answer


Q633) In a cereal grain, the single cotyledon of embryo is represented by Show Answer


Q634) Anthesis is a phenomenon which refers to Show Answer


Q635) Which of the following have double fertilization? Show Answer


Q636) Identify a pair of the following plants, which show modification of axillary buds into tendrils and hooks
respectively.
I.Hugonia
II.Duranta
III.Passiflora
IV.Dioscorea Show Answer


Q637) Diadelphous stamens are the characteristic features of Show Answer


Q638) The aerial, short and branched roots of an autotrophic plant that provide stability, are known as Show Answer


Q639) The flower of Hibiscus is Show Answer


Q640) Gynoecium is the Show Answer


Q641) Exstipulate leaves are present in Show Answer


Q642) Sunflower belongs to the family Show Answer


Q643) Ginger multiplies vegetatively by Show Answer


Q644) Non-endospermous seed is Show Answer


Q645) Which of the following groups of plants are propagated through underground roots? Show Answer


Q646) Flowers and lateral branches arise from the Show Answer


Q647) In cauliflower, the inflorescence is Show Answer


Q648) The botanical name of soybean is Show Answer


Q649) Empty glumes are Show Answer


Q650) When the filaments of stamens are attached to the petals, the condition is Show Answer


Q651) Root apex covered by thimble-like structure called Show Answer


Q652) Fabaceae Show Answer


Q653) Stem develops from Show Answer


Q654) Juicy hair-like structures observed in the lemon fruit develop from Show Answer


Q655) Which of the following represents the male reproductive organ in a flower? Show Answer


Q656) Plants with single whorls of perianth are places under Show Answer


Q657) Presence of persistent calyx is a feature of family Show Answer


Q658) In cymose inflorescence Show Answer


Q659) Liliaceae Show Answer


Q660) In China rose, five carpels are fused at base. This condition is called Show Answer


Q661) Endosperm is the result of Show Answer


Q662) Ginger is an underground stem. It is distinguished from root because it Show Answer


Q663) In which plant underground stems spread to new niches and when older parts die new plants are formed? Show Answer


Q664) Which of the following plants have long slender and coiled stem tendrils developed from axillary buds? Show Answer


Q665) A raceme inflorescence of Tamarindus bears 15 flowers. Each fertile anther lobe of its flower contains 215
pollen grains. What would be the total number of pollen grains produced by the inflorescence? Show Answer


Q666) Triticale is a hybrid formed from the members belonging to the following families Show Answer


Q667) The fleshy receptacle of syconous of fig encloses a number of Show Answer


Q668) A student collected a hydrophyte with swollen petiole and with a single vascular bundle in the root. The
plant which he collected., was Show Answer


Q669) Scar on the seed coat through which seeds are attached to the fruit is called Show Answer


Q670) The condition where filaments and anthers are fused throughout entire length is Show Answer


Q671) Which of these is an example for zygomorphic flower with imbricate aestivation? Show Answer


Q672) Select the correctly matched pair Show Answer


Q673) Leaves aries from which part of plant? Show Answer


Q674) What is the type of fruit that developed from the ovary of a monocarpellate gynoecium and breaks into
several one seeded parts at maturity? Show Answer


Q675) Whorl of small, green structures present around sunflower is Show Answer


Q676) In which plant, the pneumatophores are found? Show Answer


Q677) Two stamens as exception in Cruciferae are found in Show Answer


Q678) Vivipary is seen in Show Answer


Q679) Number of carpels is Sida cordifolia is always Show Answer


Q680) Inflorescence of Ficus is Show Answer


Q681) Pineapple fruit develops from Show Answer


Q682) Mature seeds of some plant (such as gram pea and ground nut) and sperm is completely consumed by the
embryo. Such seeds are called Show Answer


Q683) Which of the following is a correct statement? Show Answer


Q684) Bract is a modified Show Answer


Q685) Leaf Show Answer


Q686) Tobacco and Petunia belong to the family Show Answer


Q687) Which one of the following families has unicolour superior ovary? Show Answer


Q688) Which one of the following floral formula represents the mustard plant? Show Answer


Q689) Inflorescence of family-Compositae is Show Answer


Q690) Angiosperms have dominated the land flora primarily because of their Show Answer


Q691) Which one of the flowing is a monocarpic plant? Show Answer


Q692) Stem tendrils are developed from the….. which are slender and spirally coiled Show Answer


Q693) The anthers in Solanaceae are Show Answer


Q694) In Selaginella, the adaxial outgrowth, from the base of leaf, is called Show Answer


Q695) The cloves, which are used in food preparation are Show Answer


Q696) Tetradynamous stamens are found in Show Answer


Q697) The leaves are modified into spines in Show Answer


Q698) Placenta is the cushion like structure on which the Show Answer


Q699) Arrange the following plants in the ascending order based on the number of leaflets in a leaf.
I.Hardwickia
II.Gynandropsis
III.Marselia
III.Citrus Show Answer


Q700) Bicarpellary, syncarpous ovary with axile placentation is seen in Show Answer


Q701) Which type of placentation is found in family-Fabaceae? Show Answer


Q702) The multilocular fruit, splits in middle into two halves, is Show Answer


Q703) Fibrous root system is mostly found in Show Answer


Q704) Tetradynamous androecium is found in Show Answer


Q705) A student observed 34 inflorescences in Bougainvillea and 42 inflorescences in Poinsettia. Find out the
number of flowers in Bougainvillea and the number of female flowers in Poinsettia respectively. Show Answer


Q706) Select the wrong statement Show Answer


Q707) Nodes are the region of stem where Show Answer


Q708) Structure of leaf which provide channels of transport for water, minerals and food materials is called Show Answer


Q709) Whorled type of phyllotaxy is found in Show Answer


Q710) Plants mentioned in previous question belongs to Show Answer


Q711) Bicarpellary, syncarpous and with pseudoseptum fruit is Show Answer


Q712) Root hairs are present on the Show Answer


Q713) I. When carpels are free, they are called …A… .
II. When the carpels fused, they are called …B… .
Here, A and B refers to Show Answer


Q714) Parthenocarpic tomato fruits can be produced by Show Answer


Q715) Petiole Show Answer


Q716) Maize grain is Show Answer


Q717) Free central placentation is found in Show Answer


Q718) In a tetradynamous androecium, one of the following is seen. Show Answer


Q719) Multicarpellary, apocarpous, gynoecium with superior ovary is characteristic feature of the family Show Answer


Q720) The stem is the …A… part of the axis bears branches, leaves, flowers and fruits. It develops from the …B…
part of embryo of germinating seeds. Complete the given statement by choosing appropriate options for A
and B Show Answer


Q721) Long filaments threads protruding at the end of a young cob of maize are Show Answer


Q722) Angiosperms differ from gymnosperms in Show Answer


Q723) Sub-aerial stem modification with long internode is Show Answer


Q724) Flowers with bracts, (reduced leaf found at the base of pedicel) are called …A… and those without bracts,
are called …B…
Complete the given statement by choosing appropriate options for A and B Show Answer


Q725) A drupe develop in Show Answer


Q726) Which of the following represents the condition seen in the family-Compositae? Show Answer


Q727) A flower which can be divided into equal vertical halves by more than one plane of division is Show Answer


Q728) An example of a seed with endosperm, perisperm and caruncle is Show Answer


Q729) Lomentum is a kind of Show Answer


Q730) I. Standard petals
II. Wing petal
III. Keel petals
Above petals are found in
Show Answer


Q731) In the members of family-Malvaceae, anthers are described as Show Answer


Q732) Cinchona officinalis belongs to family Show Answer


Q733) A phyllode is a modified Show Answer


Q734) Modification of petiole into leaf-like structure is called Show Answer


Q735) Some feature of plant leaves are Show Answer


Q736) Which of the following is a fatty oil yielding plant? Show Answer


Q737) The order of opening of flower parts from the periphery towards the centre, is called Show Answer


Q738) In which of the following fruits, the edible part is the aril? Show Answer


Q739) China rose have five fused carpals at the base. This condition is called Show Answer


Q740) Swollen leaf base is called Show Answer


Q741) The botanical name of cabbage is Show Answer


Q742) Jowar belongs to family Show Answer


Q743) In plants like mint and jasmine, a selender lateral branch arises from the base of the main axis and after
growing aerially for sometimes, arch downwards to touch the ground. This slender branch is called Show Answer


Q744) Expanded green stem of Opuntia is called Show Answer


Q745) When leaflets are even in number they are called …A… .
When leaflets are odd in number called they are …B.. .
Here A and B refers to: Show Answer


Q746) The difference in phloem of gymnosperms and angiosperms is due to Show Answer


Q747) China rose is called shoeflower because Show Answer


Q748) The fleshy fruits with hard and stony endocarp are called Show Answer


Q749) Ruminate endosperm is found in Show Answer


Q750) At root tip, number of divisions to produce 100 cells, is Show Answer


Q751) Fruit formed without fertlisation of ovary is called Show Answer


Q752) Leaf base expands into sheath covering the stem partially or wholly.
This is the characteristic of Show Answer


Q753) The most advanced family is Show Answer


Q754) The technical term used for the androecium in a flower of China rose (Hibiscus rosa sinensis), is Show Answer


Q755) An inflorescence having a number of achlamydeous male flower surrounding a single achlamydeous
female flower is Show Answer


Q756) Root hairs are found Show Answer


Q757) Pericarp and placenta are edible part of simple fleshy berry fruit Show Answer


Q758) Offset is a type of stem present in Show Answer


Q759) Ginger is an example of underground modified stem called Show Answer


Q760) The Orobanche plant is Show Answer


Q761) Which one of the following is an example for sub-aerial modification of stem? Show Answer


Q762) In which plant, the fruit is a drupe, seed coat is thin, embryo is inconspicuous and endosperm is edible? Show Answer


Q763) Corolla aestivation showing two external, two internal and one partially external and internal sepals. The
condition is Show Answer


Q764) Staminode is Show Answer


Q765) Epigynous flowers with numerous stamens are found in Show Answer


Q766) What is the botanical name of mulberry? Show Answer


Q767) Which one of the following is a pseudocarp? Show Answer


Q768) A hyaline bisexual and self-fertilized flower that does not open at all, is Show Answer


Q769) A plant with actinomorphic and hypogynous flowers, heterochlamydeous perianth, dorsifixed and
extrorse anthers dehiscing transversely belongs to Show Answer


Q770) Opium (poppy) is a plant belonging to the family Show Answer


Q771) Ladies finger (bhindi) belongs to Show Answer


Q772) Name the condition given in statement I and II
I. When stamens attached to the petals
II. When stamens attached to perianth
Show Answer


Q773) Tracheophyta consists of Show Answer


Q774) Two plants ‘A’ and ‘B’ belonging to Solanaceae are observed. In plant ‘A’, the number of locules in the ovary
of a flower is half of that of its carpel number. In plant B, the number of locules in the ovary of a flower is
double the number of carpels. Identify the plants ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively Show Answer


Q775) Double fertilization occurs among Show Answer


Q776) A flower which can be divided into two equal halves by only one plane is Show Answer


Q777) Cyathium inflorescence shows Show Answer


Q778) A compound leaf, which appears as simple leaf due to the suppression of one or two leaflets is found in one
of the following plants Show Answer


Q779) Aggregate fruit is found in Show Answer


Q780) In an inflorescence, two types of small, sessile flowers were observed. They are arranged in centripetal
manner and have reduced hair-like sepals. Which pair of the following characters are not associated with
such flowers?
I.Nectar glands at the base of the corolla
II.Axile placentation
III.Superior ovary
IV.Scaly bracts Show Answer


Q781) It is an example of amphibious plant Show Answer


Q782) Tap roots of carrot, turnip and adventitious roots of sweet potato are the modification for the storage of Show Answer


Q783) Replum is found in family Show Answer


Q784) In a plant, the peduncle is elongated and it bears pedicillate flowers. The older flowers lie towards the base
and the younger ones near the apex. The growth of the peduncle continues and more flowers are added.
The inflorescence is Show Answer


Q785) Which one of the following statements are true?
I.If the stem is joined with solid nodes and hollow internodes, it is called caudex.
II.In Tridax, the stem is decumbent.
III.Corm is a condensed from of rhizome growing more or less in vertical direction.
IV.Sucker is an underground modification of stem.
V.Biparous type of cymose branching is seen in Saraca . Show Answer


Q786) The arrangement of the ovules on the placentae developed from the central axis of the ovary is called Show Answer


Q787) A simple one seeded fruit in which pericarp is fused with seed coat is Show Answer


Q788) The endosperm is used by cotyledon, the cotyledon is Show Answer


Q789) The leaf parts gets modified into spines in order to Show Answer


Q790) Plants mentioned in question number 167 and 168 belongs to which plant family? Show Answer


Q791) Wearing isolated a dormancy inducing substance from the leaves of a plant. From which type of
gynoecium does the fruit of that plant develop? Show Answer


Q792) A horizontal underground stem is a Show Answer


Q793) Treatment of seed at low temperature under moist conditions to break its dormancy is called Show Answer


Q794) The lateral roots originate from Show Answer


Q795) Potato and sweet potato Show Answer


Q796) When flower has both and androecium and gynoecium, it is called …A…
II. When flower has either stamens or only carpel, it is called …B…
Complete the given statement by choosing appropriate options for A and B Show Answer


Q797) One of the following is a dry indehiscent fruit Show Answer


Q798) The characteristic type of placentation found in the members of Caryophyllaceae is Show Answer


Q799) Edible part of cauliflower is Show Answer


Q800) The circinate vernation is the characteristic feature of ferns. It refers to Show Answer


Q801) The fruit is chambered, developed from inferior ovary and has seeds with succulent testa in Show Answer


Q802) Starch is insoluble in water, yet it is accumulated in large quantities in potato tuber because Show Answer


Q803) Small branches produced from lower 2 to 3 nodes in jowar are called Show Answer


Q804) What is the fruit that develops from a tricarpellary, syncarpous, inferior ovary with parietal placentation? Show Answer


Q805) The edible part in hesperidium fruit is Show Answer


Q806) Water stomata are found in Show Answer


Q807) Which one of the following is wrongly matched?
Show Answer


Q808) Fruit of custard apple is etaerio of Show Answer


Q809) Which is correct to saprophytic angiosperm? Show Answer


Q810) In cryopsis type of fruit Show Answer


Q811) Arrange the following plants in the ascending order based on the number of carpels they possess
I.Oenothera
II.Acacia melanoxylon
III.Squill
IV.Lettuce Show Answer


Q812) Rarely among angiosperms, the pollen grains influenced the endosperm. This is called as Show Answer


Q813) Colchicines producing plant belongs to family Show Answer


Q814) Study the following and choose the correct statements.
I.Bulb of Allium cepa is a modified stem.
II.Cloves of Allium sativum are fleshy scale leaves.
III.Corm of Colocasia is a modified root.
IV.Tendril in Vitis vinifera is a modified axillary bud. Show Answer


Q815) Stems are Show Answer


Q816) Male reproductive organ (flower) consists of Show Answer


Q817) A fruit developed from Hypanthodium inflorescence is called Show Answer


Q818) I. Usually bilobed
II. Each lobe has two chambers (pollen sacs)
III. The chamber (pollen sacs) contains pollen grain
Above are the features of Show Answer


Q819) Which one of the following is an endospermic seeds? Show Answer


Q820) Identify the monocarpic palm Show Answer


Q821) Seed coat has …A… layers
I. Outer covering is called …B…. .
II. Inner covering is called …C… .
Complete the given set of statements (I to III) by choosing appropriate options for A to C Show Answer


Q822) Number of female flowers in a Cyathium inflorescence is Show Answer


Q823) Identify the characters of gynoecium found in members of Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Liliaceae and Solanaceae,
respectively
I.Tricarpelly syncarpous, ovary superior and trilocular.
II.Bicarpellary syncarpous, ovary superior and usually bilocular
III.Bicarpellary syncarpous, ovary inferior and unilocular.
IV.Monocarpellary, ovary half-inferior and unilocular Show Answer


Q824) Which one among the following is the true nut? Show Answer


Q825) Thalamus of hypogynous ovary is Show Answer


Q826) Which of the following plant parts can respire even in the absence of oxygen? Show Answer


Q827) Aggregate fruit formed from Show Answer


Q828) When the other floral parts are arranged at the base of the gynoecium, the flower is called Show Answer


Q829) Green leaf-like modified aerial stems/branches with a single internode are called Show Answer


Q830) Which one of the following is a stem vegetable? Show Answer


Q831) Which one of the following inhibits seed germination for a particular period? Show Answer


Q832) Jowar grain is Show Answer


Q833) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring in the members of family Show Answer


Q834) Legume plants are important for atmosphere because they Show Answer


Q835) The example for trimerous, unisexual flower is Show Answer


Q836) Cannabis sativa is the source of Show Answer


Q837) In the following, succulent stem is found in Show Answer


Q838) Study the following table and choose the correct pair.
I. False whorls-like Many sessile bisexual Leonotis
inflorescence flowers
II. Single flower-like Many stalked staminate Poinsettia
inflorescence and pistillate flowers
III. Fruit-like Many sessile staminate Ficus
inflorescence flowers on the top and pistillate flowers at the
base and sterile flowers in between
IV. Fleshy axis of Many stalked staminate Colocacia flowers at the
Inflorescence Base and pistillate flowers on the top and sterile Show Answer


Q839) Scorpioid cyme is seen in Show Answer


Q840) Arrange the following fruits in descending order based on the number of locules in the ovary from which it
develops.
I. Carcerulus
II. Schizocarp
III. Cremocarp
IV. Regma Show Answer


Q841) In pea, castor and maize the number of cotyledons are Show Answer


Q842) The most common type of ovule in angiosperms is Show Answer


Q843) Underground stems of potato, ginger, turmeric, Zaminkand, Colocasia are the examples of modified stem
for Show Answer


Q844) Which of the following is a wheat fruit? Show Answer


Q845) Multicostate parallel type of venation is found in the leaves of Show Answer


Q846) The edible part of the sweet potato is a modified Show Answer


Q847) The fruit of Solanaceae is Show Answer


Q848) An example of axile placentation is Show Answer


Q849) Scaly bulb stem modification is seen in Show Answer


Q850) The monocotyledon seeds consist of one large and shield-shaped cotyledon known as Show Answer


Q851) An Angiospermic plant has 24 chromosomes in ‘microspore mother cells’. The number of chromosome in
its endosperm will be Show Answer


Q852) In angiosperms, male gametes are formed from Show Answer


Q853) Which one of the following statements is correct with reference to Amentum? Show Answer


Q854) In banana, pineapple and Chrysanthemum , the lateral branches originate from the basal and
underground portion of main stem and then come obliquely upward giving rise to leafy shoots
These branches are called Show Answer


Q855) Thorn is a modified branch because Show Answer


Q856) Lateral roots arise from Show Answer


Q857) Which of the following promotes softening of fruits? Show Answer


Q858) The economically important plant of Malvaceae is Show Answer


Q859) Tetradynamous stmens are found in family Show Answer


Q860) Diadelphous condition is found in Show Answer


Q861) The ovary is half inferior in flowers of Show Answer


Q862) The reticulate venation is commonly found in the leaves of Show Answer


Q863) Pneumatophores are the roots for Show Answer


Q864) A fruit in which seed coat and fruit wall is fused known as caryopsis present in Show Answer


Q865) Pneumatophores are usually present in Show Answer


Q866) Perigynous type of ovary is found in Show Answer


Q867) Umbel inflorescence is found in Show Answer


Q868) In drumstick, the seeds are dispersed by Show Answer


Q869) A characteristic feature of ovary of Brassica campestris is Show Answer


Q870) Vivipary is observed in Show Answer


Q871) In a longitudinal section of a root, starting from the tip upward the four zones occur in the following order Show Answer


Q872) Scientific name of sunflower is Show Answer


Q873) Seeds posses spongy aril in Show Answer


Q874) Which of the following statements is correct? Show Answer


Q875) Inflorescence in jowar is Show Answer


Q876) United sepals are called …A… .
Free sepals are called …B… .
Here, A and B refers to Show Answer


Q877) Spadix inflorescence occurs in Show Answer


Q878) The modified stem of Opuntia is Show Answer


Q879) The outer covering of endosperm separates the embryo by a proteinous layer called Show Answer


Q880) Swollen and spongy petioles are characteristic of Show Answer


Q881) Which one of the following is a monocarpic tree? Show Answer


Q882) A plant is considered to possess all advanced morphological characters based on the evolutionary
significance. Which one of the following sets of characters does the plant denote the same? Show Answer


Q883) Leaf having single or undivided lamina is called Show Answer


Q884) Identify the order of plants showing alternate, opposite and whorled phyllotaxy Show Answer


Q885) Main difference between creepers and trailers is Show Answer


Q886) Which one of the following is an example of cleistogamy? Show Answer


Q887) In the monocotyledon seeds, the endosperm is separated from the embryo by a distinct layer known as Show Answer


Q888) Arrangement of petal and sepal with respect to each other is Show Answer


Q889) Which of the following members of family-Solanaceae is rich in source of vitamin-C? Show Answer


Q890) Match the following pairs.
I. Polysiphonous – Floral -Simple
Pollen bectaries sieve plate
II. Angular collocyte -Monosiphonous -Synandry
Pollen
III. Inserted stamens -Simple leaves -Spines
IV. Exerted stamens -Reticulate -Pepo
divergent
venation
select the correct pair of answers, in which the former in the pair shows the set of characters presents in Cucurbita and the latter
in the pair shows the set of character absent in Acacia. Show Answer


Q891) Which of the following statements are true/false?
I.Trimerous condition of floral whorl is characteristic of dicotyledons.
II.Adiantum is also called walking fern.
III.In gymnosperms, the vascular system consists of xylem without vessels and phloem with companion
cells.
IV.Riccia and Marchantia are liverworts. Show Answer


Q892) Most of the petrocrops belong to family Show Answer


Q893) Seeds are Show Answer


Q894) Roots arising from the part of plant other than the radicle are called Show Answer


Q895) Statement 1: Ginger has a prostrate growing rhizome.
Statement 2: Shoot growth is not effected by gravity. Show Answer


Q896) Statement 1: In angiosperms, the conduction of water is more efficient because their xylem has vessels.
Statement 2: Conduction of water by vessels elements is an active process with energy supplied by
xylem parenchyma rich in mitochondria. Show Answer


Q897) Statement 1: In cymose tap root system, oldest branch lies very near the growing point of the root,
while the youngest branch is farthest away from it.
Statement 2: In cymose tap root system, the primary root itself stops growing after sometime but
secondary roots carry on further growth of the root system. Show Answer


Q898) Statement 1: An ascending taxonomic sequence of Gossypium heraceum indicates its placement in
progressively higher groups.
Statement 2: Ascending taxonomic hierarchy indicates that a taxon is treated as belonging to a number
of taxa. Show Answer


Q899) Statement 1: In syconous type of fruit, the achenes formed are fewer than the total number of flowers
in the inflorescence from which it is formed.
Statement 2: Upper and middle flowers cannot develop into fruits. Show Answer


Q900) Statement 1: Ginger has prostrate growing rhizome
Statement 2: Ginger has food storage material Show Answer


Q901) Statement 1: The type of inflorescence in Sphaeranthus is cyathium.
Statement 2: In cyathium type of inflorescence, the flowers are achlamydeous Show Answer


Q902) Statement 1: Epidermis in the dicot root is composed of cutinized cells.
Statement 2: The exodermis in the root offers protection to the inner parts in the absence of epidermis Show Answer