Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants: MCQs Quiz – 4 9


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Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants: Quiz - 4

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Question 1
Water containing cavities in vascular bundles are found in
A
Cycas
B
Pinus
C
Sunflower
D
Maize
Question 2
Closed vascular bundles lack
A
Cambium
B
Pith
C
Ground tissue
D
Conjunctive tissue
Question 3
Companion cells are closely associated with
A
Trichomes
B
Guard cells
C
Sieve elements
D
Vessel elements
Question 4
Placentation in tomato and lemon is
A
Marginal
B
Axile
C
Parietal
D
Free central
Question 5
Vexillary aestivation is characteristic of the family
A
Solanaceae
B
Brassicaceae
C
Fabaceae
D
Asteraceae
Question 6
Phyllode is present in
A
Australian Acacia
B
Opuntia
C
Asparagus
D
Euphorbia
Question 7
The common bottle cork is a product of
A
Xylem
B
Vascular cambium
C
Dermatogen
D
Phellogen
Question 8
How many plants in the list given below have composite fruits that develop from an inflorescence? Walnut, poppy, radish, fig, pineapple, apple, tomato, mulberry.
A
Two
B
Three
C
Four
D
Five
Question 9
Cymose inflorescence is present in
A
Trifolium
B
Brassica
C
Solanum
D
Sesbania
Question 10
A bicollateral vascular bundle has the following arrangement of tissues.
A
Outer Phloem - Outer Xylem - Middle Cambium - Inner Xylem - Inner Phloem.
B
Outer Xylem - Outer Cambium - Middle Phloem - Inner Cambium - Inner Xylem.
C
Outer Phloem - Outer Cambium - Middle Xylem - Inner Cambium - Inner Phloem.
D
Outer Cambium - Outer Phloem - Middle Xylem - Inner Phloem - Inner Cambium.
Question 11
Sequence of cellular layers from the periphery towards the cortex in an old dicot stem is
A
Epidermis, Hypodermis, Phellogen, Phelloderm
B
Epidermis, Phellem, Phellogen, Phelloderm
C
Epidermis, Hypodermis, Cortex, Endodermis
D
Epidermis, Phellogen, Phellem, Epidermis
Question 12
Thorn of Bougainvillea and tendril of cucurbita are examples of:
A
Homologous organs
B
Analogous organs
C
Retrogressive evolution
D
Vestigial organs
Question 13
Anatomically fairly old dicotyledonous root is distinguished from the dicotyledonous stem by
A
Absence of secondary phloem
B
Absence of secondary xylem
C
Position of protoxylem
D
Presence of cortex
Question 14
Which one of the following is considered important in the development of seed habit?
A
Heterospory
B
Dependent sporophyte
C
Free-living gametophyte
D
Haplontic life cycle
Question 15
Ground tissue includes:
A
All tissues except epidermis and vascular bundles
B
All tissues external to endodermis
C
All tissues internal to endodermis
D
Epidermis and cortex
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9 thoughts on “Morphology/Anatomy of Flowering Plants: MCQs Quiz – 4

  • saliha

    isnt dependent sporophyte d ans for ques 14 ?? plzz clarify admin ! thnx in advance 🙂

    • Niyat Chaudhary

      no….sporophytes dependent to algae nd bryophytes me hote h……ha dependent gametophyte agr hota to wo ans ho skta tha….

  • sayali

    the tests are good but there should be some explanation when the result are declared
    so try to explain the answers please

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