Botany - Reproductive Morphology One Mark Question

11th Standard

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Biology

Time : 00:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 10
    10 x 1 = 10
  1. Vexillary aestivation is characteristic of the family

    (a)

    Fabaceae

    (b)

    Asteraceae

    (c)

    Solanaceae

    (d)

    Brassicaceae

  2. A true fruit is the one where

    (a)

    Only ovary of the flower develops into fruit

    (b)

    Ovary and calyx of the flower develops into the fruit

    (c)

    Ovary, calyx, and thalamus of the flower develops into the fruit

    (d)

    All floral whorls of the flower develop into fruit:

  3. Specialised inflorescence is seen in __________

    (a)

    Asteraceae

    (b)

    Fabaceae

    (c)

    Arecaceae

    (d)

    Musaceae

  4. Cymule means __________

    (a)

    Simple cyme

    (b)

    Simple Dichasium

    (c)

    Polychasial cyme

    (d)

    Head inflorescence

  5. _______ is called 'Raceme of cymes.'

    (a)

    Cyathium

    (b)

    Corymb

    (c)

    Umbel

    (d)

    Thyrsus

  6. The inflorescence in Euphorbia is a ____________

    (a)

    Hypanthodium

    (b)

    Verticillaster

    (c)

    Coenanthium

    (d)

    Cyathium

  7. Banyan has ___________ inflorescence.

    (a)

    Hypanthodium

    (b)

    Coenanthium

    (c)

    Mixed Inflorescence

    (d)

    Cymose

  8. Asymmetic flowers are seen in ____________

    (a)

    Hibiscus

    (b)

    Water lily

    (c)

    Canna

    (d)

    Pisum

  9. Persistent calyx is seen in ______________

    (a)

    Nelumbo

    (b)

    Papaver

    (c)

    Brinjal

    (d)

    Onion

  10. Pappus is seen in __________

    (a)

    Potato

    (b)

    Hibiscus

    (c)

    Papaya

    (d)

    Tridax

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