Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants: MCQs Quiz – 8


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Multiple Choice Questions on Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants with answers. Test No. 8
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Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants: Quiz - 8

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Question 1
Casparian strips are present in the _____ of the root.
A
pericycle
B
cortex
C
epiblema
D
endodermis
Question 2
In an annual ring, the light coloured part is known as
A
Heartwood
B
Late wood
C
Early wood
D
Sapwood
Question 3
The inner, darker and harder portion of secondary xylem that can not conduct water, in an older dicot stem, is called
A
Bast
B
Alburnum
C
Duramen
D
Wood
Question 4
Seed coat is not thin, membranous in [NEET 2013]
A
Groundnut
B
Coconut
C
Maize
D
Gram
Question 5
Lenticels are involved in [NEET 2013]
A
Transpiration
B
Gaseous exchange
C
Food transport
D
Photosynthesis
Question 6
Age of a tree can be estimated by [NEET 2013]
A
Its height and girth
B
Biomass
C
Number of annual rings
D
Diameter of its heartwood
Question 7
For a critical study of secondary growth in plants, which one of the following pairs is suitable?
A
Wheat and maiden hair fern
B
Sugarcane and sunflower
C
Teak and pine
D
Deodar and fern
Question 8
Heartwood differs from sapwood in
A
Absence of vessels and parenchyma
B
Presence of rays and fibres
C
Being susceptible to pests and pathogens
D
Having dead and non-conducting elements
Question 9
Interfascicular cambium is a
A
Type of Protoderm
B
Primordial meristem
C
Primary meristematic tissue
D
Secondary meristematic tissue
Question 10
Identify the plant parts whose transverse sections show a clear and prominent pith.
A
Dicot stem and monocot stem
B
Dicot stem and dicot root
C
Dicot root and monocot root
D
Dicot stem and monocot root
Question 11
In a dicotyledonous stem, the sequence of tissues from the outside to the inside is:
A
Phellem-phloem-endodermis-pericycle
B
Phellem-pericycle-endodermis-phloem
C
Pericycle-phellem-endodermis-phloem
D
Phellem-endodermis-pericycle-phloem
Question 12
As secondary growth proceeds, in a dicot stem, the thickness of
A
sapwood increases
B
heartwood increases
C
both sapwood and heartwood increases
D
both sapwood and heartwood remains the same
Question 13
Arrange the following plants in ascending order based on the number of xylem strands in their roots :

(I) Trapa

(II) Pisum

(III) Castanea

(IV) Nicotiana

A
II, IV, III, I
B
III, IV, II, I
C
IV, III, I, II
D
I, IV, II, III
Question 14
Read the following lists and select the correct option.
List – I List – II
A. Extrafloral Nectaries I. Achras
B. Schizogenous cavities II. Tropaeolum
C. Laticiferous ducts III. Passiflora
D. Hydathodes IV. Eucalyptus
  V. Pinus
A
A - III, B - I, C - II, D - IV
B
A - II, B - I, C - III, D - IV
C
A - III, B - V, C - I, D - II
D
A - V, B - II, C - I, D - III
Question 15
Which one of the following is the correct sequence of tissues present in dicot stem during secondary growth?
A
Primary cortex, secondary cortex, phellogen, cork
B
Cork, primary cortex, secondary cortex, phellogen
C
Phellogen, cork, primary cortex, secondary cortex
D
Secondary cortex, cork, phellogen primary cortex
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