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Morphology of Flowering Plants Test Online

Test Name Morphology of Flowering Plants Test
Subject Biology
Test Type MCQs
Total Question 15
Total Marks 30
Total Time 15 Mints
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Morphology of Flowering Plants Test Online


1. mark reviewPollinia are found in


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2. mark reviewWhich of the following type of anther is found in Malvaceae?


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3. mark reviewComposite fruit develops from


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4. mark reviewIn Opuntia, spines are modification of


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5. mark reviewMonocarpic plants flower


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6. mark reviewPotato and sweet potato


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7. mark reviewAggregate fruit develops from


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8. mark reviewMost reduce form of stem is found in


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9. mark reviewApomixis is


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10. mark reviewA mature ligule, having a prominent basal portion, is called


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11. mark reviewIf the anthers are fused together forming a tubular structure while the filaments remain free, the condition is found in which one of the following family?


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12. mark reviewVelamen present in orchids help in


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13. mark reviewThe edible part of cauliflower is


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14. mark reviewNodules with nitrogen fixing bacteria are found in


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15. mark reviewThe desert plants in order to tolerate water stress shows


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