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1A seed is protected by and12
2Placentation in Brassicaceae is
A. Parietal
B. Marginal
c. Axile
D. Basal
3The plant embryo is formed by the
( A cdot A, B )
( B cdot A, D )
( c cdot B, C )
D. ( A, B, E )
E. B, C, D
4A nectar-secreting gland cell
characteristically contains
A. Granular cytoplasm filling the cell and a small nucleus.
B. Granular cytoplasm living a central vacuole and a small nucleus.
C. Granular cytoplasm filling the cell and a large conspicuous nucleus.
D. Vacuolated cytoplasm but with a large nucleus.
5State True or False:
All seeds have two cotyledons.
6Identify the wrong statements regarding post-fertilization development.
A. The ovary wall develops into pericarp
B. The outer integument of ovule develops into tegmen
C. The fusion nucleus (triple nucleus) develops into endosperm.
D. The ovule develops into seed.
E. The ovary develops into fruit
7Identify the given figures ( A, B, C, D ) and
( E )
A. A: Marginal, B: Axile, C: Free central, D: Parietal, E:
B. A: Marginal, B: Parietal, C: Free central, D: Axile, E: Basal
C . A: Marginal, B: Axile, C: Parietal, D: Free central, E:
D. A: Marginal, B: Axile, C: Parietal, D: Basal, E: Free central
8Ascending imbricate corolla is found in
A. Pisum
B. Tamarindus
c. Mimosa
D. Datura
9In many cultivated ornamental flowers,
number of petal whorls is higher than the one in wild type. Extra petals are generally modified
A. Sepals
B. Petals
c. stamens
D. Pistils
10Rod-shaped elongated sclereids found in the seed coats of pulses are known as
A. Astrosclereids
B. Macrosclereids
c. Trichosclereids
D. Brachysclereids
11Which of the following is capable of forming either a branch or a flower?
A. Intercalary meristem
B. Axillary budd
c. vegetative bud
D. None of these
12A giant spadix is formed in a species of
A. Colocasia
B. Caladium
c. Amorphophallous
D. Pathos
13Why does the development of endosperm preceeds that of embryo?12
14Epigynous and unisexual flowers are found in members of family
A. Caryophyllaceae
B. Campanulaceae
c. Myrtaceae
D. Cucurbitaceae
15The ovary is half inferior in the flowers of
A. Peach
B. Cucumber.
c. cotton
D. Gauva.
16Anthers represent
A. Male gametophytes
B. Male sporophylls
C . Spermatogonia
D. Female gametophytes
17Explain the term perianth.12
18Numerous shinning ovules on swollen placentae with axile placentation are found in
A. Lagenaria
B. Lycopersicon
c. Lactuca
D. All of the above
19Corolla with four diagonally arranged petals is
A. Vexillary
B. Cruciform
c. Gamopetalous
D. Caryophyllaceous
20When placenta forms a ridge along the
ventral suture of the ovary and the ovules are borne on this ridge forming two rows, the type of placentation is termed as
A. Marginal
в. Axile
c. Parietal
D. Free centra
21Persistent calyx forming a cover around the fruit is found in
A. Argemone mexicana
B. Ageratum conyzoides
c. Withania somnifera
D. Brassica campestriss
22A flower characterised by
monoadelphous tubular stamens belongs to
A. Solanaceae
B. Liliaceae
c. Malvaceae
D. Brassicaceae
23Which of the following structure
produces aggregate fruit?
B. I and ( vee ) I
c. ॥, ॥ा, ।V, and v
D. II, V, and VI
E. III and VI
24A flower which can be divided into two
equal halves by only one plane is
A. zygomorphic
B. Actinomorphic
c. Regular
D. Perfect
25The expression gynoecium is
apocarpous implies that the
A. Gynoecium comprises only one pistil which is fused with the stamen
B. Gynoecium comprises more than one carpel, all of which are free
C. Gynoecium comprises only one carpel which is free
D. Gynoecium comprises more than one carpel which are fused
26Ascending imbricate corolla is found in
A. Pisum
B. Tamarindus
c. Mimosa
D. Datura
27Gynobasic style can be traced in
A. Mangifera
B. Tagets
c. Ocimum
D. All of the above
28Flower of Hibiscus is
A. Actinomorphic and epigynous
B. Actinomorphic and hypogynous
c. zygomorphic and hypogynous
D. Zygomorphic and epigynous
29Name the four stages of life span.12
3039. Flowers emit fragrance to:
(1) purify air
(2) drive away flies
(3) attract insects
(4) perform all the above
31Which one of the following statements
is correct?
A. Flower of tulip is a modified shoot
B. In a tomato, fruit is a capsule
c. Seeds of orchids have oil-rich endosperms
D. Placentation in primrose basal
32Seed develops from
A. Embryo
B. Ovule
c. Embryo sac
D. Ovary
33How many meiotic divisions are required for the formation of 50
A. 62
B. 63
( c cdot 61 )
D. 50
34Papilionaceous flower with large vexillum covering two wings and the wings covering the keel has corolla
aestivation of
A. Descending imbricate
B. Ascending imbricate
c. Twisted
D. valvate
35Non-functional stamens are called
A. Assessory stamens
B. Staminodes
c. supplementary stamens
D. Staminates
36Pappus is modification of
A. Bracts
B. corolla
c. calyx
D. All of the above
37The placentation in a multilocular ovary
where the ovules are borne over the
entire inner surface is called as
A. Pendulous
B. Marginal
c. superficial
D. Parietal
38Compound apocarpous gynoecium is found in
A . Lily
B. Hollyhock
c. Lotus or Ranunculus
D. Pumpkin
39In angiosperms, triple fusion produces
A. Polar nucleus
B. Secondary nucleus
c. Primary endospermic nucleus
D. Zygotic nucleus
40To which of the following flowers ‘synandrous’ condition is found?
A. Sunflower (Helianthus sp.)
B. Gourd (cucurbita sp.)
c. Pea (Pisum sativum)
D. Lemon (Citrus sp.)
41Which is the vital link that ensures
continuity of species between organisms of one generation and the next?
A. Sexual reproduction
B. Embryo
c. zygote
D. Fertilisation
42Filament attached along the whole
length of anther is the condition called
A. Adnate
B. Dorsifixed
c. Basifixed
D. Versatile
43Seed develops from12
44The characteristic inflorescence of
family Cruciferae is
A. Umbel
B. Racemose
c. cymose
D. catkin
45The small projections present on the surface of pineapple fruit represent
A. Persistent styles
B. Persistent stamens
c. Persistent calyx
D. Persistent bracts
46Ligulate corolla is found in
A. Sunflower
B. Delphinium
( c . ) Pea
D. cucurbita
47The correct floral formula of chilli is
( A )
oplus bigoplus_{2+2} C_{4} A_{2+4} C_{(2)}
B. ( B r . %, K_{4} C_{4} ) Аа ( G_{1} )
( c )
bigoplus bigoplus_{(5)} A_{(5)} G_{(2)}
( D )
bigoplus bigoplus_{3+3} A_{3+3} G_{(3)}
48Name the parts of the ovary which give
rise to:
49What happens to the following after
50In scapigerous umbel, the flowers are arranged in manner
A. Corymb
B. Umbel
c. Panicle
D. Monochasial cyme
51How many plants in the given list have marginal placentation? Mustard, Gram, Tulip, Asparagus, Arhar Sunn Hemp, Chilli, Colchicum, Onion,
Moong, Tobacco, Lupin.
A. Four
B. Five
( c . ) six
D. Three
52The botanical term used for the
androecium in a flower of China rose
(Hibiscus rosa sinensis) is
A. Polyadelphous
B. Monadelphous
c. Diadelphous
D. Polyandrous
53Describe the post-fertilization changes
in a flower.
54Phytochrome is found in
A. Fungi
B. Algae
c. Pteridophytes
D. Angiosperms
55Which of the following is present in monocot flowers?
A. Sepals
B. Petals
c. Tepals
D. None of the above
56Obdiplostemonous condition is that in which the stamens are in two whorls
A. Outer whorl is fused to inner whorl.
B. Outer whorl is opposite to petals.
c. Inner whorl is opposite to petals.
D. Both, inner as well as outer whorls are opposite to petals
57Shoe flower belongs to
A. Solanaceae
B. Malvaceae
c. Papillonaceae
D. Liliaceae
58The perianth term used when
A. Androecium and gynoecium are similar
B. Calyx and corolla are similar
C. Androecium and calyx are similar
D. Corolla and gynoecium are similar
59The long stalk in the stamen is called
A. Pollen tube
B. Anther
c. style
D. Filament
60Mention the post fertilisation changes
that occur in a flower.
61develops into embryo
A. Micropyle
B. Chalaza
c. zygote
D. Pollen grain
62Cucurbits and papaya plants bear staminate and pistillate flowers.
Mention the categories they are put
under separately on the basis of the type of flowers they bear.
63Staminal tube is found in
A. Nicotiana
B. Asparagus
c. Hibiscus
D. Pea
64Versatile anthers occur in
A. Helianthus annuus
B. Oryza sativa
c. solanum tuberosum
D. Hibiscus esculentus
65Plants that produce sexually do not produce flower.
A. True
B. False
66Cruciform corolla is found in
A. Pisum
B. Radish
c. China Rose
D. Sunflower
67Basal placentation occurs in
A. Poaceae
B. Solanaceae
c. Malvaceae
D. Liliaceae
68Actinomorphic flower is found in family
A. Cannaceae
B. Poaceae
C. Papilionaceae
D. Solanaceae
69Which of the following can be related to china rose?
A. Anthers are fused
B. Filaments are fused in a single mass
C. Filaments are fused to form many groups
D. All the stamens are free
70Which part of the flower forms the fruit?
A. Whole flower
B. Only stamens and carpel
c. Only ovary
D. only carpel
71What happens to the following after
72All floral leaves are placed on the
of flower.
A. Thalamus
B. Petal
c. Sepal
D. Ovule
73The ovary ripens to form fruit.
A. True
B. False
74In the plant part having two generations
A. embryo
B. unfertilized ovule
c. germinated pollen grain
D. seed
75Match the following and choose the
correct combination from the options
given below.
& Column I & & Column II \
& (Placentation Types) & & (Represented in ) \
hline ( mathrm{A} ) & Basal & 1 & Dianthus \
hline ( mathrm{B} ) & Free central & 2 & Pea \
( mathrm{C} ) & Parietal & 3 & Lemon \
( mathrm{D} ) & Axile & 4 & Marigold \
( mathrm{E} ) & Marginal & 5 & Argemone
( mathbf{A} )
( A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4, E-5 )
B. A- 2, B-3, C- 4, D-5, E-1
C. ( A-4, B-1, C-5, D-3, E-2 )
D. ( A-4, B-3, C-5, D-1, E-2 )
E. ( A-5, B-4, C-3, D-2, E- )
76When calyx and corolla are not
distinguishable, then member of their collective whorl termed as
A. Perianth
B. Sepal
c. Petal
D. Tepal
77The zigzag development of axis is an example of
A. Umbel
B. Nelicoid cyme
c. scorpioid cyme
D. Verticillaster
78Trimerous condition of floral whorls is
characteristic of
79Ascending imbricate corolla is found in
A. Pisum or Papilionadae
B. Tamarindus or Caesalpinioideae
c. Mimosa or Mimosoideae
D. Datura or Solanaceae
80Conifers differ from grasses in the
A. Absence of pollen tubes
B. Formation of endosperm before fertilization
c. Production of seeds from ovules
D. Lack of xylem tracheids
81Part of pistil which receives pollen is
A. Ovary
B. Style
c. stigma
D. Ovule
82A distinct monocot character shown by the flowers of Liliaceae is
A. Hypogynous flowers
B. Actinomorphic flowers
c. Trimerous flowers
D. Bisexual flowers
83Placentation in Brassicaceae is
A. Parietal
B. Marginal
c. Axile
D. Basal
84What are petals? Why are they generally coloured?12
85Beaked, syngenesious anthers and epipetalous stamens are found in
A . Liliaceae
B. Solanaceae
c. compositae
D. Malvaceae
86Both a short day plant and a long day
plant can produce flower
simultaneously in a given place. Explain.
87Which of these is an example for zygomorphic flower with imbricate aestivation?
A. Calotropis
B. Mustard
c. canna
D. cassia
E. Cucumber
88What is a flower? Describe the parts of a
typical angiosperm flower
89Identify the wrong pair of statements.
I) The number of stamens in 5 flowers of
Allium is equal to those in 5 flowers of Solanum.
Il) The microsporangia of Hibiscus and Asparagus are having 80 pollen grains each. Then the ratio of the number of
pollen grains produced from each stamen of these two plants is 1: 1
III) The ratio of the number of stamens
in the flowers of Pisum and Datura is 2: 1
IV) The number of carpels in a flower of Smilax is equal to the number of carpels in a cyathium inflorescence.
A. ॥I, IV
B . ।, ॥
( c cdot 1,1 )
90Which one of the following statement is not applicable to Solanaceae?
A. Adnation
B. Swollen axile placentation
c. Bicarpellary superior ovary
D. Monocarpellary superior ovary
91Vexillary aestivation is characteristic of
A. Mimosoideae
B. Caesalpinoideae
c. Papilionaceae
D. All of the above
92Individual components of corolla are called
A. Sepals
B. Petals
c. Tepals
D. Bracts
93What is the major edible part of a brinjal (egg plant)? This question has multiple correct options
A. Pericarp
B. Thalamus
c. Placenta
D. style
94What happens to the following after
95Study the following lists
List I & List II \
A) & Early seed production in conifers & I) & Indole substance \
hline B) & Seed development and maturation & II) & Terpene substance \
C) & Lateral shoot growth & III) & Volatile substance \
D) & Root hair formation & IV) & Adenine derivative \
( mathbf{A} )
( A-| I, B-I, C-V, D-I )
B. ( A-11, B-V, C-I V, D-1 )
C. ( A-11, B-1, C-V, D-I V )
D. ( A-I V, B-11 I, C-11, D- )
96Stamens attached to petals are
A. Epipetalous
B. Epiphyllous
c. Episepalous
D. All of the above
97Cruciform corolla is found in
A. Sunflower
B. China-rose
c. Radish
D. Pea
98Observe the diagram given below. What
happens after the above stage?
A. The ovary splits open.
B. Ovary develops into a fruit and ovules into seeds.
c. The ovules are dispersed
D. Germination of seeds takes place
99Which is the sequence of four whorls of
flower from outside to inside?
A. Calyx ( rightarrow ) Corolla ( rightarrow ) Androceium ( rightarrow ) Gynoceium
B. Gynoceium ( rightarrow ) Androceium ( rightarrow ) Corolla ( rightarrow ) Calyx
C . Calyx ( rightarrow ) Androceium ( rightarrow ) Corolla ( rightarrow ) Gynoceium
D. Gynoceium ( rightarrow ) Corolla ( rightarrow ) Androceium ( rightarrow ) Calyx
100In Zea mays the flowers are
A. In form of condensed inflorescence
B. Unisexual on different plants
C. Diclinous on the same plant
D. Hermaphrodite
101Define zygote.12
102In a syncarpous unilocular ovary, ovules develop from two opposite lines on the wall. The placentation is
A. Superficial
B. Marginal
c. Axile
D. Parietal
103In gymnosperms, the pollination is
A. Anemophilous – micropylar
B. Anemophilous – stigmatic
C. Entomophilous – micropylar
D. Entomophilous – stigmatic
104Vexillary aestivation is found in
A . Rosaceae
B. Cruciferae
c. Cucurbitaceae
D. Papilionaceae
105Claw is found in the petals of
A . Cruciferae
B. Fabaceae
c. Liliaceae
D. Solanaceae
106Cruciferae belongs to
A. Parietales
B. Bicarpellatae
C. Gamopetalae
D. Calyciflorae
107The structures that develops into the fruit once fertilization has occurred is
A. Integument
B. cotyledon
c. Ovule
D. Ovary
E. Endosperm
108Which statement is correct for
A. 5-lobed stamens
B. Syngenesious stamens
c. Basal ovule
D. Ligulate ray florets
109Coloured attractive structures of flower
Bougainvillea are the
A. Calyx
B. Petaloid bracts
c. Foliage leaves
D. Epicalyx
110Seed of black pepper is
A. Endospermic
B. Exalbuminous
c. Acotyledonous
D. Perispermic
111The structures develops into the seed once fertilization has occurred is
A. Integument
B. cotyledon
c. Ovule
D. Ovary
E. Endosperm
112The ovary of a flower grows into a fruit.
A. True
B. False
113Multiple spathes around a spadix are
found in
A. Plantain
B. Maize
c. Lily
D. Ginger
114A plant with both male and female
flowers borne over it is
A. Monoecious
B. Dioecious
c. Unisexual
D. Bisexual
115In coconut, black covering (thin layer) adherent to the kernel around the
endosperm is
A. Mesocarp
B. Pericarp
c. Seed coat
D. None of the above
116What are monocarpic and polycarpic plants?12
117What is that condition when
androecium consists of 4 long and 2
short stamens?
A. Didynamous
B. Tetradynamous
c. Diplostemonous
D. None of the above
118After culturing the anther of a plant, a few diploid plants were got along with haploid plants. Which of the following parts might have given rise to diploid plants?
A. Vegetative cell of pollen
B. Cells of anther wall
c. Generative cell of pollen
D. Intine of pollen wall
119What are the characteristics
associated with the flower?
A. Green leaves
B. Colourful petals
c. Green sepals
D. Both B and C
The zygote developed from sexual reproduction is diploid.
In sexual reproduction, haploid
gametes fuse and form zygote.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
121The placentation in a multilocular ovary
with ovules borne over the entire inner
surface is called as
A . Basal
B. Marginal
c. superficial
D. Free central
122In flowering plants, the fruit is derived
( A )
( mathrm{B} )
( c )
( D )
( E )
123The inflorescences with indeterminate
growth of axis are found in
A. Raceme and cyathium
B. Umbel and verticillaster
c. capitulum and cnrymb
D. Cyathium and cymose
124Describe the various modes of fixation
of anther over filament.
125Male part of a flower is called
A. Stamen
B. stigma
( c . ) Egg
D. Pollen tube
126(unisexual, fertilisation, fruit, stamen,
anther, bisexual, pollination, seed,
ovary The ovary of the flower develops into
( mathbf{a} )
127The stamens are united in two bundles
in flowers of
A . Pea
B. China rose
c. Sesbania
D. Both (1) & (3)
128The term ‘keel’ is used for special type
A. Sepals
B. Petals
c. stamens
D. carpels
129The fusion of gametes is called as
A. Embryo
B. Zygote
c. Ovum
D. Pollen grain
130Arrangement of sepals and petals with respect to each other in flower bud is
A. Aestivation
B. Phyllotaxy
c. Vernation
D. Venation
131Identify each part in a flowering plant and write whether it is haploid (n) or diploid (2n).
(a) Ovary
(b) Anther
(c) Egg
(d) Pollen
(e) Male gamete
(f) Zygote
132Which is haploid in Gymnosperm?
A. Root, shoot, endosperm
B. Endosperm, pollen grain, megaspore
C. Root, leaf, bud
D. Bulbil, buds, microspore
133Clove is a/an
A. Flower budd
B. Axillary bud
c. Thalamus
D. Ovule
134In unilocular ovary the ovules develop on the inner wall of ovary. Placentation
can be
A . Basal
B. Axile
c. Parietal
D. Free central
135Flower is a modified shoot as
A. Thalamus may elongate to show internodes.
B. There is aggregation into inflorescence.
C . It bears essential organs.
D. It may have epicalyx.
136Placenta of a flower is a tissue that
A. Forms pollen grains
B. Attaches stamens with corolla/ sepals/ tepals
c. Bears ovule
D. Bears corolla
137Write the male part of flower.12
138flowers has trimerous
A. Wheat
B. Maize
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
139The monocotyledonous seed consists of one large and shield shaped cotyledon known as
A. Aleurone layer
B. Scutellum
c. coleoptile
D. Hilum
E. Coleorhiza
140In a monoadelphous condition, stamens
A. Filaments of all united in one group but anthers are free
B. Filaments united in groups and anthers are absent.
C. Anthers are fused but filaments are free.
D. Both, anthers and filaments are fused.
141Subfamilies of Leguminosae family are differentiated on the basis of
A. Gynoecium
B. Corolla and androeium
c. Nature of plant
D. Nature of fruit
142Define the term placentation.12
143A family which was named after its
inflorescence is
A. Poaceae (graminae)
B. Malvaceae
c. Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)
D. Moraceae
144Endosperm of flowering plants develops
A. Haploid nucleus
B. Diploid nucleus
c. Triploid nucleus
D. Tetraploid nucleus
E. Polyploid nucleus
145Nude flower means
A. Absence of androecium
B. Absence of gynoecium
C. Absence of calyx and corolla
D. Both (A) and (B)
146If in an inflorescence two lateral
branches develop on either side of the terminal flower which again branch is
known as
A. Monochasial cyme
B. Scorpiold cyme
C. Helicoid cyme
D. Dichasial cyme
147Endosperm of gymnosperms is
A. Haploid
B. Tetraploid
c. Diploid
D. None of these
148Which of the following plants in Brassicaceae family have two stamens in flower?
A. Raphanus
B. Nasturtium
c. coronopus
D. Brassica
149Centripetally arranged sessile flowers on a flattened convex axis are found in
A. Hibiscus
B. Helianthus
c. Holoptelea
D. All of the above
150In which type of aestivation the petal arrangement is 2 external, 2 internal
and 1 partly external and partly internal?
A. Twisted
B. Imbricate
c. Quincuncial
D. valvate
151Name the parts of the ovary which give
rise to:
Fruit wall
152The term “Keel” is used for special type
A. Sepals
B. Petals
c. stamens
D. carpels
153In angiosperms, normally after
A. The zygote divides earlier than the primary endosperm nucleus
B. The primary endosperm nucleus divides earlier than the zygote
C. Both the zygote and primary endosperm nuclei divide simultaneously
D. Both the zygote and primary endosperm nuclei undergo a resting period
154Stamens attached to petals are
A. Antipetalous
B. Epipetalous
c. Epiphyllous
D. Episepalous
155The essential organs of the flower are
A. Calyx and Corolla
B. Androecium and Gynoecium
c. calyx and Androecium
D. Corolla and Gynoecium
156In family Papilionaceae, 5 petals form a unique association, in which 3 different elements participate, these are vexillum, alae and carina.What is the number of these elements?
A. 1,2,2 respectively
B. 2, 1, 2 respectively
c. 1,1,3 respectively
D. 2, 2, 1 respectively
157Ligulate/strap-shaped corolla occurs in sunflower in
A. Disc florets
B. Immature florets
c. Ray florets
D. Both ray and disc florets
158Arrangement of ovules on the placentae developed from central axis of ovary is
A. Parietal placentation
B. Basal placentation
c. Marginal placentation
D. Axile placentation
159Arrangement of sepals and petals in the bud condition is called as
A. Ptyxis
B. Placentation
c. Aestivation
D. Phyllotaxy
160The evolutionary most advanced
inflorescence is found in
A . Dahlia
B. Salvia
c. calotropis
D. Yucca
161In an angiospermic plant, endosperm is formed due to fertilization of secondary nucleus but it is absent in some of the
seeds viz. pea, bean, phaseolus (moong) etc. It is due to lack of
A. Certain enzymes
B. Dicotyledonous hormone
c. Growth hormone
D. None of the above
162Replum is present in the ovary of flower of
A. Sun flower
B. Pea
c. Lemon
D. Mustard
163Which of the following situations
correctly describes the similarity between an angiosperm egg and a human egg?
(i) Eggs of both are formed only once in
a lifetime.
(ii) Both the angiosperm egg and human egg are stationary.
(iii) Both the angiosperm egg and human egg are motile transported.
(iv) Syngamy in both results in the formation of zygote.

Choose the correct answer from the
options given below.
( A cdot ) (ii) and (iv)
B. (iv) only
c. (iii) and (iv)
D. (i) and (iv)

164Flowers which have only stamens are
called as
A. Male flowers
B. Staminate flowers
c. Both of (A) and (B)
D. Pistillate flowers

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