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1. Roots that grow from any other part of the plant other than the radicle are called

(a) taproots
(b) adventitious roots
(c) prop roots
(d) epiphytic roots

(b) adventitious roots

2. A large globular root that tapers sharply at the lower end is called

(a) fusiform
(b) napiform
(c) conical
(d) tuberous

(b) napiform

3. The roots that have swellings at regular intervals are called

(a) nodulose
(b) fasciculated
(c) moniliform
(d) tuberous

(c) moniliform

4, Massive aerial roots present in a Banyan tree is

(a) fibrous
(b) respiratory
(c) epiphytic
(d) prop roots

(d) prop roots

5. Plants growing in swamps have roots that grow vertically upwards likeconical spikes and have aerating pores. Such roots are called

(a) pneumatophores
(b) mycorrhizal
(c) conical
(d) assimilatory

(a) pneumatophores

6. The roots of the parasitic plant Cuscuta are of

(a) climbing
(b) prop or stilt
(c) mycorrhizal
(d) haustoria

(d) haustoria

7. A short, vertical underground stem that contains the food reserve is called

(a) rhizome
(b) bulb
(c) corm
(d) tuber

(c) corm

8. Ginger is an example of

(a) rhizome
(b) bulb
(c) corm
(d) tuber

(a) rhizome

9. A long green stem with long internodes growing horizontally on the soil surface is called

(a) runner
(b) sucker
(c) stolon
(d) offset

(a) runner

10. A short, green, flattened branch resembling a leaf arising from the axil of a reduced scale leaf is called

(a) phylloclade
(b) cladode
(c) phyllode
(d) stipule

(b) cladode

11. When many equally strong veins like midrib arise from the petiole towards the margin of the leaf forming a network, the leaf is said to

(a) reticulate pinnate
(b) reticulate palmate
(c) parallel pinnate
(d) parallel palmate

(b) reticulate palmate

12. In a pitcher plant, the pitchers are modified

(a) fruits
(b) branches
(c) petioles
(d) leaves

(d) leaves

13. The sharp spines in cactus are modified

(a) leaflets
(b) leaves
(c) branches
(d) thorns

(b) leaves

14. The tendrils of the pea plant Pisum are modifications of

(a) branch
(b) axillary bud
(c) leaf
(d) apical bud

(c) leaf

15. When the leaflets are joined together at a common point at the petiole, the leaf is

(a) simple leaf
(b) pinnately compound leaf
(c) palmately compound leaf
(d) a branch

(c) palmately compound leaf

16. Phyllotaxy refers to an arrangement of

(a) phloem in a vascular bundle
(b) leaves on a branch
(c) veins in a leaf
(d) axillary buds in a plant

(b) leaves on a branch

17. A flower that has only stamens is called

(a) unisexual flower
(b) bisexual flower
(c) complete flower
(d) neuter flower

(a) unisexual flower

18. A flower with a superior ovary is called

(a) hypogynous
(b) perigynous
(c) epigynous
(d) syncarpous

(a) hypogynous

19. An inflorescence with the main axis elongated bearing flowers in a pendulous axis is called

(a) raceme
(b) spike
(c) catkin
(d) spadix

(c) catkin

20. On maturity, an ovule forms a

(a) seed
(b) fruit
(c) embryo sac
(d) endosperm

(a) seed

21. Pineapple is an example of

(a) simple fruit
(b) aggregate fruit
(c) multiple fruits
(d) false fruit

(c) multiple fruits

22. Monocarpellary, superior ovary is found in

(a) Liliaceae
(b) Poaceae
(c) Solanaceae
(d) Fabaceae

(d) Fabaceae

23. Tricarpellary, the syncarpous condition is found in

(a) Liliaceae
(b) Poaceae
(c) Solanaceae
(d) Asteraceae

(a) Liliaceae

24. Family Fabaceae has

(a) 4 corolla
(b) 5 corolla
(c) 6 corolla
(d) none of these

(b) 5 corolla

25. Which of the following plant parts elongates directly and leads to the formation of primary roots?

(a) bud
(b) radicle
(c) plumule
(d) root hair

(b) radicle

26. The primary roots and their branches constitute the

(a) fibrous root system
(b) taproot system
(c) adventitious root system
(d) all of the above

(b) taproot system

27. The fibrous root system is found in

(a) monocotyledonous plants
(b) dicotyledonous plants
(c) bryophytes
(d) gymnosperms

(a) monocotyledonous plants

28. Roots develop from parts of the plant other than radicle are called

(a) taproots
(b) fibrous roots
(c) adventitious roots
(d) nodular roots

(c) adventitious roots

29. Root hairs develop from

(a) region of maturation
(b) region of elongation
(c) region of meristematic activity
(d) root cap

(a) region of maturation

30. The part of the root which is most active in water absorption is called

(a) root cap
(b) maturation zone
(c) meristematic zone
(d) zone of elongation

(b) maturation zone

31. Fibrous roots develop in maize from

(a) upper nodes
(b) lower nodes
(c) upper internodes
(d) none of these

(b) lower nodes

32. Prop roots of the banyan tree are meant for

(a) respiration
(b) absorption of water from the soil
(c) providing support to the big tree
(d) all of the above

(c) providing support to the big tree

33. Stilt roots occur in

(a) groundnut
(b) rice
(c) sugarcane
(d) wheat

(c) sugarcane

34. Pneumatophores are found in

(a) the vegetation which is found in marshy and saline lake
(b) the vegetation which is found in saline soil
(c) xerophytic condition
(d) hydrophytic condition

(a) the vegetation which is found in marshy and saline lake

35. Which of the following plants grow in swampy areas, where the roots come out of the ground and grow vertically upwards?

(a) Potato
(b) Opuntia
(c) Rhizophora
(d) Grass

(c) Rhizophora

36. Root differs from the stem in having

(a) nodes and internodes
(b) axillary buds
(c) multicellular hairs
(d) unicellular hairs

(d) unicellular hairs

37. Which of the following plant parts is generally green when young and later often become woody and dark brown?

(a) stem
(b) seed
(c) leaves
(d) flower

(a) stem

38. The regions of the stem where leaves are borne are called _ while _ are the portions between two _

(a) nodes, nodes, and internodes
(b) nodes, internodes, and nodes
(c) internodes, nodes, and nodes
(d) internodes, internodes, and nodes

(b) nodes, internodes, and nodes

39. Which of the following plant groups has underground stems?

(a) Potato, ginger, turmeric, Euphorbia, zaminkand
(b) Potato, ginger, turmeric, zaminkand, Colocasia
(c) Potato, Citrus, Opuntia, zaminkand, Colocasia
(d) Potato, cucumber, watermelon, zaminkand, Colocasia

(b) Potato, ginger, turmeric, zaminkand, Colocasia

40. Stem tendrils can be found in

(a) cucumber
(b) pumpkins
(c) grapevines
(d) all of these

(d) all of these

41. What is a modified stem used to protect plants from browsing animals?

(a) Tendrils
(b) Thorns
(c) Rhizome
(d) Tuber

(b) Thorns

42. Fibrous root in maize develop from

(a) Lower internodes
(b) Lower nodes
(c) Upper nodes
(d) None of the above

(b) Lower nodes

43. Which of the following plants have root pockets?

(a) Eichhorinia
(b) Capparis
(c) Opuntia
(d) Banyan

(a) Eichhorinia

44. In which of the following, the plants have all roots?

(a) Podostemon
(b) Lemna
(c) Wolffia
(d) Utricularia

(a) Podostemon

45. Food present in bulbil occurs in

(a) Root
(b) Stem
(c) Leaf base
(d) Petioles

(c) Leaf base

46. From which part of the root, root hairs develop?

(a) Region of maturation
(b) Region of elongation
(c) Meristematic region
(d) Region of root cap

(b) Region of elongation

47. Epiphytic roots are found in

(a) Indian rubber
(b) Orchid
(c) Tinospora
(d) Cuscuta

(b) Orchid

48. Potatoes are borne on

(a) Primary roots
(b) axil of scaly leaves
(c) Lateral roots
(d) Adventitious roots

(b) axil of scaly leaves

49. Some plants have rhizomes and roots as underground structures. Which characteristics of rhizome would distinguish them from roots?

(a) Rhizomes are thicker than roots
(b) Rhizomes have scaly leaves
(c) Rhizome are thinner than roots
(d) None of the above

(b) Rhizomes have scaly leaves

50. Sweet potato is a modification of

(a) Primary root
(b) leaf
(c) underground root
(d) Adventitious root

(d) Adventitious root

51. Roots are differentiated into adventitious roots by their

(a) Function
(b) appearance
(c) place of origin
(d) position

(c) place of origin

52. Winged petiole is found in

(a) citrus
(b) acacia
(c) radish
(d) peepal

(a) citrus

53. In one of the following the stem performs the function of storage and propagation

(a) Ginger
(b) Wheat
(c) Radish
(d) Groundnut

(a) Ginger

54. Leaves are attached to the stem at

(a) Apical meristem
(b) Internode
(c) Nodes
(d) Axillary meristem

(c) Nodes

55. Phyllotaxy refers to

(a) Arrangement of leaves on the stem
(b) Folding leaf in the bud
(c) (a) & (b) both
(d) None of the above

(a) Arrangement of leaves on the stem

56. Plants with jointed stem and hollow internodes are known as

(a) Clums
(b) Scape
(c) Ephemerals
(d) Lianas

(a) Clums

57. Bulbils take part in

(a) Sexual reproduction
(b) Respiration
(c) Transpiration
(d) Vegetative reproduction

(d) Vegetative reproduction

58. The stem is very much reduced in

(a) Tuber
(b) Bulb
(c) Corm
(d) Rhizome

(b) Bulb

59. Turmeric is a stem and not a root because

(a) It stores food material
(b) It grows parallel to the soil surface
(c) It has nodes and internodes
(d) It has chlorophyll

(c) It has nodes and internodes

60. Grasses are examples of the following type of stem

(a) Suckers
(b) Runners
(c) Stolon
(d) Rhizomes

(b) Runners

61. Red root is the name of

(a) Carrot
(b) Sweet potato
(c) Potato
(d) Beetroot

(d) Beetroot

62. Tiny sacs or bladders are found in

(a) Utriculariya
(b) Salvinia
(c) nepenthes
(d) Hydrilla

(a) Utriculariya

63. Which would do maximum harm to a tree? The loss of

(a) Half of its branches
(b) All of its leaves
(c) Half of its flower
(d) Half of its bark

(b) All of its leaves

64. Smallest dicotyledonous parasitic plant of the world is

(a) Coryadalis nana
(b) Primula minutissina
(c) Arcethobium minustissimum
(d) Marsilea minuta

(c) Arcethobium minustissimum

65. Adventitious roots

(a) Develop from radical
(b) Develop from flower
(c) Develop from embryo
(d) Develop from any part of plant body except radical

(d) Develop from any part of plant body except radical

66. The arrangement of leaves on a stem is called

(a) Venation
(b) Vernation
(c) Phyllotaxy
(d) Axis

(c) Phyllotaxy

67. Stem modified into flattened photosynthetic structure is

(a) Phyllode
(b) Bulbil
(c) Phylloclade
(d) Tendril

(c) Phylloclade

68. Nodulated roots occur in

(a) Leguminoceae
(b) Solanaceae
(c) Malvaceae
(d) Papilionaceae

(a) Leguminoceae

69. Insectivorous plants catch insects for obtaining

(a) Na – K
(b) Taste
(c) Phosphorus
(d) Nitrogen

(d) Nitrogen

70. Petiole is modified into tendril in

(a) Passiflora
(b) Gloriosa
(c) Pisum
(d) clematis

(d) clematis

71. Thorn is a stem structure because it

(a) Develops from the trunk
(b) Develops from the apical bud
(c) modification of bank floral bud
(d) is pointed

(b) Develops from the apical bud

72. Vegetative reproduction of Agave occurs through

(a) Rhizome
(b) Stolon
(c) Bulbils
(d) Sucker

(c) Bulbils

73. What is the eye of a potato?

(a) Axillary bud
(b) Accessory bud
(c) Adventitious bud
(d) Apical bud

(a) Axillary bud

74. If a raceme inflorescence is branched, it is called?

(a) Umbel
(b) spike
(c) Cymose
(d) Panicle

(d) Panicle

75. Zig-zag development of inflorescence axis is an example of

(a) Helicoid cyme
(b) Scorpioid
(c) Umbel
(d) Compound umbel

a) Helicoid cyme

76. Opposite decussate phyllotaxy is found in

(a) Calotropis
(b) Mango
(c) Hibiscus
(d) Nerium

a) Calotropis

77. A brightly coloured bract-like covering associated with the banana inflorescence is called

(a) Spathe
(b) Scape
(c) Spiral
(d) Scapigeron

a) Spathe

78. Inflorescence is

(a) Number of flower present on an axis
(b) Arrangement of flowers on an axis
(c) Method of the opening of a flower
(d) Type of flower borne on a peduncle

b) Arrangement of flowers on an axis

79. In monocot male gametophyte is

(a) Megaspore
(b) Nucleus
(c) Microspore
(d) Tetrad

c) Microspore

80. A catkin of the unisexual flower is found in

(a) Mulberry
(b) Wheat
(c) Onion
(d) Grass

a) Mulberry

81. Flower is a

(a) Modified cone
(b) Modified spike
(c) Modified branch system
(d) Modified reproductive shoot

d) Modified reproductive shoot

82. Flowers are always present in

(a) Cryptogamous
(b) Pteridophytes
(c) Angiosperms
(d) Bryophytes

(c) Angiosperms

83. Floral formula represents

(a) number and arrangement of floral parts
(b) Number of flowers in an inflorescence
(c) Type of flowers in a family
(d) None of above

(a) number and arrangement of floral parts

84. From the life cycle point of view, the most important part of plants is

(a) Flower
(b) Leaf
(c) Stem
(d) Root

a) Flower

85. The vexillum, (standard) wings, and keel in pea flowers constitute

(a) Calyx
(b) Corolla
(c) Androecium
(d) Gynaecium

b) Corolla

86. Diadelphous condition is present on

(a) Citrus
(b) Bombyx
(c) Pisum
(d) Brassica

c) Pisum

87. The number of female flowers in a cyathium is

(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Many

a) One

88. The perianth is found in a flower in which

(a) Calyx and Corolla are not distinguishable
(b) Stamens are leaf like
(c) Corolla leaf-like but the calyx is colored
(d) None of the above

a) Calyx and Corolla are not distinguishable

89. Stamens with free anthers but filaments fused into several groups are

(a) Polyadelphous
(b) Diadelphous
(c) Monadelphous
(d) Syngenesious

a) Polyadelphous

90. Pappus is a modification of

(a) Calyx
(b) Corolla
(c) Stamens
(d) Gynoecium

a) Calyx

91. Placentation in legumes is

(a) Basal
(b) Marginal
(c) Axile
(d) Free central

(b) Marginal

92. The leaves are modified into tendrils, hooks, pitcher, and bladder in the following plants respectively

(a) sweet pea, bignonia, Nepenthes, Utricularia
(b) sweet pea, bignonia, Utricularia, Nepenthes,
(c) Nepenthes , bignonia, sweet pea, Utricularia
(d) Utricularia, Nepenthes, bignonia, sweet pea

a) sweet pea, bignonia, Nepenthes, Utricularia

93. Leaf apex is modified into tendril in

(a) Smilax
(b) Gloriosa
(c) Australian acacia
(d) Pea

(b) Gloriosa

94. A fibrous root system is better adapted than a tap root system for

(a) Storage food
(b) Anchorage of the plant to soil
(c) Absorption of water and organic food
(d) Transport of water and organic food

(b) Anchorage of the plant to soil

95. Which is not a stem modification?

(a) Rhizome of Ginger
(b) Corm of Colocasia
(c) Pitcher of Nepenthes
(d) tuber of the potato

c) Pitcher of Nepenthes

96. A pair of insectivorous plants are

(a) Dionaea and Viscum
(b) Nepenthes and bladderwort
(c) Drosera and rafflesia
(d) Venus fly and Rafflesia

b) Nepenthes and bladderwort

97. A phyllode is a modified

(a) leaf
(b) stem
(c) root
(d) branch

a) leaf

98. An underground specialized shoot with a reduced disc-like stem covered by fleshy leaves is

(a) bulb
(b) Rhizome
(c) rhizophore
(d) bulbil

a) bulb

99. Stipular tendril modification is found in

(a) Smilex
(b) Pea
(c) Guava
(d) Mimosa pudica

a) Smilex

100. Viscum is

(a) total stem parasite
(b) total root parasite
(c) partial stem parasite
(d) partial root parasite

c) partial stem parasite

101. Root pocket does not occur in

(a) Ipomoea
(b) Mangrove plants
(c) trapa
(d) pistia

d) pistia

102. Phylloclades are

(a) leaf modification
(b) one internode and long stem
(c) modified petioles
(d) green succulent stem of indefinite growth

d) green succulent stem of indefinite growth

103. The bladder of Utricularia and Pitchers of nepenthes are modifications of

(a) leaves
(b) stems
(c) root
(d) flowers

a) leaves

104. Tallest gymnosperm

(a) sequoia
(b) Eucalyptus
(c) Pinus
(d) Rannuncoulus

a) sequoia

105. The “Eyes” of the potato tuber is

(a) Root buds
(b) Flower buds
(c) Shoot bud
(d) Axillary buds

d) Axillary buds

106. Vexillary aestivation is characteristic of the family

(a) Asteraceae
(b) Solanaceae
(c) Brassicaceae
(d) Fabaceae

d) Fabaceae

107. Mangrove plant live in

(a) Alpine Tundra
(b) Tundra
(c) Marshy areas along rivers
(d) Marshy areas along the seashore

(d) Marshy areas along the seashore

108. Succulents are likely to be found in

(a) Tropical rain forest
(b) Deciduous forest
(c) Deserts
(d) Tundra

(c) Deserts

109. In a compound umbel, each umbellate is subtended by

(a) Involucre
(b) Bracket
(c) Involucel
(d) Bracteole

(b) Bracket

110. In the monocotyledonous seeds, the endosperm is separated from the embryo by a distinct layer known as

(a) testa
(b) epithelial layer
(c) tegmen
(d) scutellum
(e) coleoptile

(b) epithelial layer

111. The fleshy receptacle encloses a number of

(a) Berries
(b) achene
(c) Unisexual flower
(d) Samaras

(c) Unisexual flower

112. The ovary is half inferior in flowers of

(a) Peach
(b) Cucumber
(c) Cotton
(d) Guava

(a) Peach

113. Which one of the following statements is correct?

(a) In tomato, fruit is capsule
(b) Seeds of orchids have oil-rich endosperm
(c) Placentation in primrose is basal
(d) Flower of tulip is a modified shoot.

(b) Seeds of orchids have oil-rich endosperm

114. Flowers are zygomorphic in

(a) Mustard
(b) Gulmohar
(c) Tomato
(d) Datura

(b) Gulmohar

115. Phyllode is present in

(a) Euphorbia
(b) Australian Acacia
(c) Opuntia
(d) Asparagus

(b) Australian Acacia

116. Cymose inflorescence is present in

(a) Sesbania
(b) Trifolium
(c) Brassica
(d) Solanum

(d) Solanum

117. The seed can be defined as

(a) An immature embryo protected by coats
(b) A mature ovule with a dormant embryo with enough reserve food and a protective coating.
(c) A mature spore with enough reserve food and protective coatings
(d) A mature ovary with reserve food and protective coverings

(b) A mature ovule with a dormant embryo with enough reserve food and a protective coating

118. In the maize grain, the starchy food is stored in

(a) Cotyledons
(b) Coleoptile
(c) Aleurone layer
(d) Endosperm

(d) Endosperm

119. Which one of the following is not fruit?

(a) Cabbage
(b) Apple
(c) Watermelon
(d) Tomato

(a) Cabbage

120. What is the edible part of Mango?

(a) Epicarp
(b) Mesocarp
(c) Endocarp
(d) Thalamus

(b) Mesocarp

121. A fruit in which the fruit wall (pericarp) and seed coat have got fused is called

(a) Legume
(b) caryopsis
(c) nut
(d) drupe

(b) caryopsis

122. A composite or multiple fruits develop from

(a) Polycarpellary ovary
(b) Bicarpellary and syncarpous ovary
(c) Apocarpous ovary
(d) Inflorescence

(d) Inflorescence

123. Wheat grain is an example of :

(a) Achene
(b) Caryopsis
(c) Nut
(d) Follicle

(b) Caryopsis

124. Which fruit is a type of nut?

(a) Ground nut
(b) Oat
(c) Walnut
(d) Cashew nut

(d) Cashew nut

125. What is the edible part of coconut?

(a) Entire seed
(b) Fruit wall
(c) Endosperm
(d) None of the above

(c) Endosperm

126. Water inside a coconut is

(a) Liquid endosperm
(b) Liquid endocarp
(c) Liquid Mesocarp
(d) Liquid Nucleus

(a) Liquid endosperm

127. False fruit is a fruit that develops from:

(a) Ovary
(b) Any part of the flower except the ovary
(c) Aporcarpous carpellary
(d) Syncorpous carpellary

(b) Any part of the flower except the ovary

128. Fibers are found on the seeds of:

(a) Calotropis
(b) Gossypium
(c) Alstonia
(d) All of above

(d) All of above

129. Which is the correct pair for an edible part?

(a) Tomato – Thalamus
(b) Maize – Cotyledons
(c) Guava – Mesocarp
(d) Date palm- Pericarp

(b) Maize – Cotyledons

130. How many plants in the list given below have composite fruits that develop from an inflorescence?Walnut, poppy, radish, pineapple, apple, tomato, mulberry.

(a) Five
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four

(c) Three

131. A characteristic of angiosperm is

(a) Flower
(b) Root
(c) Seed
(d) All of these

(a) Flower

132. The capacity for vegetative reproduction is found in

(a) Leaves
(b) Roots
(c) Stem
(d) All of above

(d) All of above

133. _ are the vegetative organs of the flowering plants

(a) Root, stem, flower
(b) Leaves, stem, fruits
(c) Roots, leaves, flowers
(d) Roots, stem, leaves

(d) Roots, stem, leaves

134. A root can be differentiated from the stem because of the absence of

(a) Green colour
(b) Nods and internodes
(c) Hair
(d) Branches

(b) Nods and internodes

135. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of the root

(a) Presence of root tap
(b) Presence of unicellular hair
(c) Presence of chlorophyll
(d) Absence of buds

(c) Presence of chlorophyll

136. When the trunk is unbranched and bears a crown of leaves at its apex, it is known as

(a) Runner
(b) Sucker
(c) Caudex
(d) Culm

(c) Caudex

137. Parallel venation is a characteristic of

(a) Legumes
(b) Grasses
(c) Parasitic plants
(d) Xerophytic plants

(b) Grasses

138. Leaf morphology helps in

(a) Plant identification
(b) Plant classification
(c) None of these
(d) (a) & (b) both

(d) (a) & (b) both

139. When the stem or its branch ends into a floral bud

(a) Vegetative growth starts
(b) Reproductive growth starts
(c) Lateral branch is given out
(d) Apical growth is stimulated

(b) Reproductive growth starts

140. The root that grows from any part of the plant body other than the radical is called?

(a) Tap root
(b) Adventitious root
(c) Modified roots
(d) Aerial roots

(b) Adventitious root

141. _ require more than two growing seasons to complete their life cycle

(a) Annual
(b) Perennials
(c) Biennials
(d) Herbs

(b) Perennials

142. Modified stem of _ protect the plant from grazing animal

(a) Datura festuosa
(b) Aloe vera
(c) Gloriosa superba
(d) Carissa carandus

(d) Carissa carandus

143. Which of the following is actually not a flower?

(a) Shoe flower
(b) Sun flower
(c) Rose
(d) Pea

(b) Sun flower

144. The beauty of the Bougainvillea flower is

(a) Corolla
(b) Calyx
(c) Bracts
(d) Androecium

(c) Bracts

145. Flower in which the only set of one essential organ develops is called

(a) Unisexual
(b) Monoecious
(c) Dioecious
(d) Polygamous

(a) Unisexual

146. Individual components of Perianth are called

(a) Sepals
(b) Petals
(c) Tepals
(d) Brackets

(c) Tepals

147. Brinjal show which calyx

(a) Pappus
(b) Deciduous
(c) Caduceus
(d) Persistent

(d) Persistent

148. The hairs present in maize corn cob are

(a) Styles
(b) Stigma
(c) Seed hairs
(d) Modified hairs of bracts

(a) Styles

149. Seed is :

(a) Fertilized embryo
(b) Fertilized ovary
(c) Fertilized fruit
(d) Fertilized ovule

(d) Fertilized ovule

150. A pome fruit is said to be false because

(a) The pericarp is inconspicuous
(b) The endocarp is cartilaginous
(c) The fruit is present in fleshy edible thalamus
(d) The fruit is derived from an inferior ovary

(c) The fruit is present in fleshy edible thalamus

151. Geocarpic fruit is

(a) Potato
(b) Pea nut
(c) Onion
(d) Garlic

(b) Pea nut

152. The unifoliate leaf is found in

(a) Pea
(b) Citrus
(c) Royal palm
(d) Oil palm

(b) Citrus

153. Drupe has

(a) hard Epicarp
(b) hard endocarp
(c) hard mesocarp
(d) no epicarp

(b) hard endocarp

154. Which of these characters do not belong to Compositae?

(a) Ligulate ray flowers
(b) Basal ovules
(c) Syngenesious stamens
(d) Five lobed stigma

(d) Five lobed stigma

155. An inflorescence always forms a

(a) Multiple or composite fruit
(b) Simple fruit
(c) Dry dehiscent fruit
(d) Aggregate fruit

(a) Multiple or composite fruit

156. Which of the following pairs is not correct?

(a) Corymb – Candytuft
(b) Capitulum – sunflower
(c) Catkin – Mulberry
(d) Raceme – Wheat

(d) Raceme – Wheat

157. Find the incorrect match

(a) Stilt root – turnip
(b) Taproot – carrot
(c) Adventitious root – sweet potato
(d) Prop root- banyan tree

(a) Stilt root – turnip

158. Which of the following is a wrong pairing?

(a) Raceme – Mustard
(b) spike – Achyranthus
(c) compound umbel – Onion
(d) spadix – Musa

(c) compound umbel – Onion

159. The correct match for the edible part of the fruit is

(a) Guava – pericarp with the thalamus
(b) Tomato – thalamus
(c) Maize – cotyledon
(d) Date palm – epicarp

(a) Guava – pericarp with the thalamus

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