Solve 20 MCQs on Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants (Angiosperms) in this quiz format.
Reproduction in Flowering Plants (Angiosperms) : Quiz 01
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Apomixis is a type of reproduction that results is the development of a/an
New organism without fusion of gametes
New organism from fusion products of gametes
Embryo from endosperm
Embryo from nucellus
Wind pollination is common in
Double fertilization was first discovered by Nawaschin (1898) in
Lilium and Fritillaria
Mango and Sugarcane
Papaya and Pea
Brassica and Candytuft
Egg apparatus consists of
Egg and polar nuclei
Egg and synergids
Egg and antipodal cells
What would be the number of chromosomes of the aleurone cells of a plant with 42 chromosomes in its roots tip cells?
Embryo sac is also known as
Embryo sac is called monosporic when it develops from
All the four megaspores
Only from two functional megaspores
One of the megaspores out of the four megaspores which are derived from division of megaspore mother cell
Embryo sac is found in
Nucellar polyembryony is reported in species of
Endosperm of angiosperms results after fertilization from
Fertilization in which male gametes are carried through pollen tube is known as
Filliform apparatus is found in
Fragrant flowers with well developed nectaries are adapted for
Fusion of two dissimilar gametes is known as
Germ pore is the region where the exine is
Think and Uniform
How many microspore mother cell will produce 1000 microspores?
Hypanthodium refers to a special type of
If any somatic cell of sporophyte produces gametophyte without reduction division, it is
In Agave, vegetative propagation is carried out through
In an angiosperm, male plant is diploid and female plant tetraploid, endosperm will be
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