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1. In a shoot meristem, protoderm gives rise to

(a) pith
(b) pericycle
(c) phloem
(d) epidermis

(d) epidermis

2. When phloem is present on both sides of the xylem, the vascular bundle is said to be

(a) collateral
(b) bicollateral
(c) radial
(d) conjoint

(b) bicollateral

3. The intercalary meristem results in

(a) apical growth
(b) secondary tissues
(c) primary tissues
(d) cambium

(c) primary tissues

4. Collenchyma differs from sclerenchyma in

(a) having thick cell walls
(b) having wide lumen
(c) being flexible
(d) being living at maturity

(d) being living at maturity

5. If parenchyma cells are green in colour, they are known as

(a) sclerenchyma
(b) chlorenchyma
(c) aerenchyma
(d) collenchyma

(b) chlorenchyma

6. Cork cells are

(a) lignified
(b) suberised
(c) cutinised
(d) pectinised

(b) suberised

7. The living components of the xylem are

(a) tracheids
(b) vessels
(c) wood fibres
(d) wood parenchyma

(d) wood parenchyma

8. Companion cells are present alongside the

(a) xylem vessels
(b) sieve cells
(c) sieve tubes
(d) tracheids

(c) sieve tubes

9. The conductive tissue present in gymnosperms consist of

(a) vessels
(b) sieve tubes
(c) tracheids
(d) wood fibres

(c) tracheids

10. The xylem that is formed from procambium and has lignified cell walls is known as

(a) primary xylem
(b) secondary phloem
(c) protoxylem
(d) metaxylem

(d) metaxylem

11. The phloem formed from vascular cambium is known as

(a) primary phloem
(b) secondary phloem
(c) protophloem
(d) metaphloem

(b) secondary phloem

12. The Casparian rings are found in

(a) monocot root
(b) dicot root
(c) monocot stem
(d) dicot stem

(a) monocot root

13. Alburnum is also called

(a) heartwood
(b) softwood
(c) sapwood
(d) hardwood

(c) sapwood

14. Softwood is associated with

(a) higher pteridophytes
(b) angiosperms
(c) dicot stems
(d) gymnosperms

(d) gymnosperms

15. The annual rings are bands of

(a) springwood and autumn wood
(b) secondary xylem and primary xylem
(c) xylem and phloem
(d) secondary phloem and primary phloem

(a) springwood and autumn wood

16. The Casparian rings are present in

(a) endodermis
(b) pericycle
(c) epidermis
(d) periblem

(a) endodermis

17. The stele consists of

(a) only vascular bundles
(b) vascular bundles, pericycle, pith, and medullary rays
(c) vascular bundles, pericycle, and path
(d) vascular bundles and pith

(b) vascular bundles, pericycle, pith, and medullary rays

18. The fascicular cambium is present

(a) inside the vascular bundle
(b) between the two vascular bundles
(c) around the vascular bundle
(d) inside the primary xylem

(a) inside the vascular bundle

19. The vascular bundles of a dicot stem are

(a) closed, collateral and exarch
(b) open, collateral, and exarch
(c) closed, collateral, and endarch
(d) open, collateral, and endarch

(d) open, collateral and endarch

20. The function of cork cambium is to produce

(a) only cork
(b) only secondary cortex
(c) only cambium
(d) both cork and secondary cortex

(d) both cork and secondary cortex

21. Pith is small or absent in

(a) monocot root
(b) dicot root
(c) monocot stem
(d) dicot stem

(b) dicot root

22. A dorsiventral leaf is identified by the presence of

(a) stomata on both the epidermis
(b) stomata on the upper epidermis only
(c) stomata on the lower epidermis only
(d) no stomata on the epidermis

(c) stomata on the lower epidermis only

23. A dicot root can be identified by

(a) exarch vascular bundles
(b) endarch vascular bundles
(c) presence of numerous xylem bundles
(d) presence of large pith

(a) exarch vascular bundles

24. Which of the following are undifferentiated, actively dividing cells?

(a) parenchyma
(b) collenchyma
(c) sclerenchyma
(d) meristematic

(d) meristematic

25. Which of the following is an example of lateral meristem?

(a) pith
(b) cambium
(c) Xylem
(d) cortex

(b) cambium

26. The region in apical meristem develops into

(a) Endodermis
(b) Pericycle
(c) Epidermis
(d) Vascular tissue

(d) Vascular tissue

27. Hydathodes are component of

(a) Vascular tissue system
(b) Ground tissue system
(c) Epidermal tissue system
(d) Cortex tissue system

(c) Epidermal tissue system

28. Which of the following is a living structure?

(a) Sclerenchyma
(b) Parenchyma
(c) Xylemvessel
(d) Tracheid

(b) Parenchyma

29. In collenchyma, the thickening of corners is made of

(a) Pectin
(b) Lignin
(c) Subern
(d) Resin

(a) Pectin

30. Sclereids are also known as

(a) Accessory cells
(b) Companian cells
(c) Stone cells
(d) Guard cells

(c) Stone cells

31. Collenchyma constitutes the hypodermis in

(a) Monocot root
(b) Dicot Stem
(c) Dicot root
(d) Monocot Stem

(b) Dicot Stem

32. The cuticle is always present on the surface of

(a) Root
(b) Leaf only
(c) Stem only
(d) Leaf and stem both

(d) Leaf and stem both

33. Companion cells are found in

(a) Xylem
(b) Stomata
(c) Phloem
(d) Endodermis

(c) Phloem

34. The element of the xylem in which end walls are absent is called

(a) Protoxylem
(b) Tracheids
(c) Metaxylem
(d) Trachaea

(d) Trachaea

35. Which type of thickening is found in protoxylem.

(a) Reticulated
(b) Spiral
(c) Pitted
(d) Sclariform

(b) Spiral

36. Sieve tube is characterized by

(a) Presence of lignin
(b) Absence of Cytoplasm
(c) Presence of Pectin
(d) Absence of Nucleus

(d) Absence of Nucleus

37. Which of the following elements of the xylem is living?

(a) Trachaea
(b) Tracheids
(c) Parenchyma
(d) fibres

(c) Parenchyma

38. Safranin stains

(a) Thick-walled cells
(b) Lignified cells
(c) Suberized cells
(d) Living cells

(b) Lignified cells

39. Radial V.B. is found in

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

(d) Root

40. Which of the following is a food synthesizing tissue?

(a) Chlorenchyma
(b) Sclerenchyma
(c) Chornchyma
(d) Aerenchyma

(c) Chornchyma

41. Cucurbita stem shows

(a) Radial Vascular bundle
(b) Collateral Vascular bundle
(c) Conjoint Vascular bundle
(d) Bicollateral Vascular bundle

(d) Bicollateral Vascular bundle

42. In monocot leaves, the mesophyll Consists of

(a) Aerenchyma
(b) Only Spongy chlorenchyma
(c) Only Pallisade
(d) Pallisade and Spongy Chlorenchyma

(b) Only Spongy chlorenchyma

43. In stem, the xylem shows

(a) Tetrach arrangement
(b) Endarch development
(c) Polyarch arrangement
(d) Exarch development

(a) Tetrach arrangement

44. In monocot stem the vascular bundles are

(a) Arranged in a ring
(b) Arranged alternatively
(c) Present inside endodermis
(d) Scattered in ground tissue

(d) Scattered in ground tissue

45. Exarch condition of xylem is found only in

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

(b) Root

46. Endodomis is always absent in

(a) Monocot root
(b) Dicot root
(c) Monocot stem
(d) Dicot stem

(c) Monocot stem

47. Which tissue is called a living mechanical tissue

(a) Parenchyma
(b) Collenchyma
(c) Arrenchyma
(d) Chlorenchyma

(b) Collenchyma

48. Collenchyma Shows deposition of

(a) Pectin
(b) Suberin
(c) Resin
(d) Lignin

(a) Pectin

49. In Which tissue deposition is seen outside the cells?

(a) Sclerenchyma
(b) Xylem
(c) Collenchyma
(d) Phloem

(c) Collenchyma

50. Lignin is absent in

(a) Stone cells
(b) Sclerenchymatous fibres
(c) Trachaca
(d) Sieve cells

(d) Sieve cells

51. Bulliform cells are found in the leaves of

(a) Sunflower
(b) Nerium
(c) Maize
(d) Lotus

(c) Maize

52. In hydrophytes, stomata are

(a) Not required
(b) Seen only on the upper epidermis
(c) Absent or rudimentary
(d) Seen only on the lower epidermis

(c) Absent or rudimentary

53. Casparian Strips are found p on the

(a) Walls of pericycle cells
(b) Walls of endodermal cells
(c) Walls of epidermal cells
(d) Walls of bundle sheath cells

(b) Walls of endodermal cells

54. Which tissue provides elasticity to the young branches of the stem?

(a) Collenchyma
(b) Aerenchyma
(c) Parenchyma
(d) sclerenchyma

(a) Collenchyma

55. Which tissue provides mechanical Strength as well as buoyancy support to the plant?

(a) Sclerenchyma
(b) Meristem
(c) arenchyma
(d) Chlorenchyma

(c) arenchyma

56. Which tissue is always absent in root?

(a) Sclerenchyma
(b) Meristematic
(c) Parenchyma
(d) Collenchyma

(d) Collenchyma

57. Which tissue is absent in the monocot?

(a) Meristem
(b) Xylem
(c) Collenchyma
(d) Phloem

(c) Collenchyma

58. Which simple permanent tissue is formed of dead cells?

(a) Collenchyma
(b) Sclerenchyma
(c) Aerenchyma
(d) Xylem

(b) Sclerenchyma

59. Stele remain covered by

(a) Pericycle
(b) Cortex
(c) Endodermis
(d) Conjuctive tissue

(c) Endodermis

60. Which tissue is responsible for the increase in the length of the plant?

(a) Lateral meristem
(b) Apical meristem
(c) Intercalary meristem
(d) Cambium

(b) Apical meristem

61. The dead element of the phloem is

(a) Sieve cells
(b) Companion cells
(c) Sieve tube
(d) Phloem fibre

(d) Phloem fibre

62. Which cells regulate the function of the sieve tube?

(a) Guard cells
(b) Passage cells
(c) Companion cells
(d) Bulliform cells

(c) Companion cells

63. Root hair is always

(a) Very long
(b) Multicellular
(c) Cuticularized
(d) Unicellular

(d) Unicellular

64. The Central Region of the stem and root is known as

(a) Pericycle
(b) Medulla (pith)
(c) Endodermis
(d) Cortex

(b) Medulla (pith)

65. Close type of vasular bundle lacks

(a) Xylem
(b) Sclerenchyma
(c) Phloem
(d) Cambium

(c) Phloem

66. Lysigeneous cavity is found

(a) In the cortex
(b) Between xylem and phloem
(c) Beneath Protoxylem
(d) Beneath metaxylem

(d) Beneath metaxylem

67. The lateral meristem increases the

(a) Height of the plant
(b) Thickness of trunk
(c) Size of the leaf
(d) Branches of root

(c) Size of the leaf

68. Conjoint, collateral, and open vascular bundles are found in

(a) Monocot Stem
(b) Monocot leaf
(c) Dicot Stem
(d) Dicot root

(a) Monocot Stem

69. In leaf, protoxylem is directed towards

(a) Lower epidermis
(b) Phloem
(c) Stomata
(d) Upper epidermis

(c) Stomata

70. Lenticels are associated with

(a) Absorption of moisture
(b) Photosynthesis
(c) Gaseous Exchange
(d) Mineral uptakes

(b) Photosynthesis

71. Passage cells are found in

(a) Endodermis
(b) Pericycle
(c) Hypodermis
(d) Epidermis

(b) Pericycle

72. Sive plate and Sive pores are located in the

(a) Lateral wall of sieve cells
(b) Wall of companion cells
(c) End wall of sieve tube
(d) End wall of sieve cells

(b) Wall of companion cells

73. The pericycle is formed of

(a) Collenchyma
(b) Parenchyma
(c) Chlorenchyma
(d) Conjuctive tissue

(d) Conjuctive tissue

74. Which cells regulate the opening and closing of stromata

(a) Passage cells
(b) Guard cells
(c) Companion cells
(d) Epidermal cells

(b) Guard cells

75. The pericycle is always located inside the

(a) Epidermis
(b) Endodermis
(c) Hypodermis
(d) Lower Epidermis

(c) Hypodermis

76. In the endarch, development of xylem the protoxylem is directed towards

(a) Endodermis
(b) Centre
(c) Epidermis
(d) Phloem

(c) Epidermis

77. Sclerenchymatous hypodermis is found in

(a) Dicot root
(b) Monocot leaf
(c) Dicot stem
(d) Monocot stem

(b) Monocot leaf

78. Which of the following cells is living but is without a nucleus?

(a) Sieve cells
(b) Companion cells
(c) Sieve tube
(d) Guard cells

(c) Sieve tube

79. Casperian strip is made up of

(a) Cutin and lignin
(b) Lignin and cellulose
(c) Lingnin and suberin
(d) Cutin and suberin

(d) Cutin and suberin

80. Secondary meristem gets activated from-

(a) Primary meristem
(b) Mature permanent tissue
(c) Apical meristem
(d) Intercalary meristem

(c) Apical meristem

81. In dicot leaves the vascular bundles are-

(a) conjoint,open
(b) Radial,closed
(c) conjoint,closed
(d) Radial,open

(b) Radial,closed

82. Companion cells are

(a) Living and non-nucleated
(b) Dead and non-nucleated
(c) Dead but nucleated
(d) Living and nucleated

(d) Living and nucleated

83. The last produced secondary xylem remains located near –

(a) Medulla
(b) Primary phloem
(c) Cambium ring
(d) Primary xylem

(c) Cambium ring

84. Which of the following is absent in the phloem of monocots?

(a) Companion cells
(b) Phloem parenchyma
(c) Sieve cell
(d) Phloem sclerenchyma

(c) Sieve cell

85. In maize stem the vascular bundles are –

(a) Arranged in a ring
(b) Scattered-irregularly
(c) Arranged in two ring
(d) Scattered but smaller towards the periphery

(d) Scattered but smaller towards the periphery

86. In T.S. the tracheid appears

(a) Square
(b) Round
(c) Polygonal
(d) Oval

(b) Round

87. In T.S. the trachaea appears

(a) Isodiametric
(b) Pentagonal
(c) Circular
(d) Hexagonal

(a) Isodiametric

88. In trachaea the end walls are

(a) Continuous
(b) Thick
(c) Discontinuous
(d) Absent

(c) Discontinuous

89. Compared to the diametre of metaxylem the diametre of protoxylem is –

(a) Larger
(b) Smaller
(c) Broader
(d) Angular

(d) Angular

90. The ends of tracheids are

(a) Projected
(b) Flat
(c) Perforated
(d) Wall-less

(c) Perforated

91. What is the normal appearance of stone cells?

(a) Hexagonal
(b) Round
(c) Isodiamatric
(d) Oval

(d) Oval

92. The stem has always

(a) Exarch xylem
(b) Scattered V.B.
(c) Arranged V.B.
(d) Endarch xylem

(c) Arranged V.B.

93. Root has always

(a) Endarch xylem
(b) Tetrach stele
(c) Exarch xylem
(d) Palyarch stele

(c) Exarch xylem

94. Growth rings are produced due to the activity of

(a) Extrastealar cambium
(b) Interstealar cambium
(c) Intrastealar cambuim
(d) b & C both

(c) Intrastealar cambuim

95. Companion cell regulates the activities of –

(a) sieve cell
(b) sieve elements
(c) sieve tube
(d) sieve plates

(d) sieve plates

96. Match coloumn I and coloumn II
Organs vascular bundle
(p)Maize stem (1)Bicollateral and open
(q)Cucurbita stem (2)Radidal
(r)Sunflower stem (3)Conjoint and closed
(s)Maize root (4)Conjoint and open

(a) (p-1) (q-4) (r-3) (s-2)(b) (p-2) (q-3) (r-1) (s-4)
(c) (p-3) (q-1) (r-4) (s-2)
(d) (p-3) (q-4) (r-2) (s-1)

(c) (p-3) (q-1) (r-4) (s-2)

97. Phelloderm is formed of

(a) Phellem + phellogen
(b) Periderm + phellogen
(c) Phellem + periderm
(d) Periderm-phellogen and phellem

(d) Periderm-phellogen and phellem

98. The tissue in roots which acts as a check dam against water is

(a) Hypodermis
(b) Passage cells
(c) Endodermis
(d) Pericycle.

(c) Endodermis

99. Companion cell is-

(a) Dead
(b) Enucleated
(c) Living and thickened
(d) Nucleated

(b) Enucleated

100. Which one of the following is an internal secretory structure?

(a) Passage cell
(b) Lysigeneous cavity
(c) Resin duct
(d) Stone cell

(d) Stone cell

101. In roots, the lateral root originates from

(a) Cortex
(b) Endodermis
(c) Epidermis
(d) Pericycle

(c) Epidermis

102. Match column I with column II
Tissue Function
(1) Parenchyma (a) Increase in length of plants
(2) Lateral meristem (b) Increase in nodal region
(3) Apical meristem (c) support,protection,storage
(4) Intercalary meristem (d) Increase in diametre of trunk

(a) (1-d) (2-c) (3-b) (4-a)
(b) (1-c) (2-d) (3-a) (4-b)
(c) (1-a) (2-b) (3-d) (4-c)
(d) (1-c) (2-a) (3-d) (4-b)

(b) (1-c) (2-d) (3-a) (4-b)

103. Tissue Deposition
(1) callose (a) Trachaea
(2) pectin (b) parenchyma
(3) lignin (c) sieve cell
(4) cellulose (d) collenchyma

(a) (a-1) (b-2) (c-3) (d-4)
(b) (a-3) (b-1) (c-4) (d-2)
(c) (a-3) (b-4) (c-1) (d-2)
(d) (a-2) (b-3) (c-1) (d-2)

(d) (a-2) (b-3) (c-1) (d-2)

104. Tissue Function
(p) Chlorenchyma (i) Strength, Support
(q) sclerenchyma (ii) Bouyoncy, Support
(r) Aerenchyma (iii) Growth
(s) Meristem (iv) Photosynthesis

(a) (p-(iii)) , (q-(i)) , (r-(ii)) , (s-(iv))
(b) (p-(ii)) , (q-(iv)) , (r-(i)) , (s-(iii))
(c) (p-(iv)) , (q-(i)) , (r-(ii)) , (s-(iii))
(d) (p-(i)) , (q-(iii)) , (r-(ii)) , (s-(iv))

(c) (p-(iv)) , (q-(i)) , (r-(ii)) , (s-(iii))

105. Match column I with column II
Specific Structure Location
(p) Resin duct (i) Maizestem Vascularbundle
(q) Lysigenious cavity (ii) Maize leaf-uppear epidermis
(r) Passage cell (iii) sunflower stem cortex
(s) Motor cells (iv) Sunflower root endodermis

(a) (p-(i)) , (q-(iv)) , (r-(ii)) , (s-(iii))
(b) (p-(iii)) , (q-(i)) , (r-(iv)) , (s-(ii))
(c) (p-(ii)) , (q-(iii)) , (r-(i)) , (s-(iv))
(d) (p-(iii)) , (q-(ii)) , (r-(iv)) , (s-(i))

(b) (p-(iii)) , (q-(i)) , (r-(iv)) , (s-(ii))

106. The epidermis of plant organs is mostly made up of

(a) Sclerenchyma
(b) Parenchyma
(c) Meristem
(d) Collenchyma

(c) Meristem

107. The region of stele begins with

(a) Cortex
(b) Parenchyma
(c) Endodermis
(d) Pericycle

(a) Cortex

108. The endodermis is a part of

(a) Hypodermis
(b) Cortex
(c) Stele
(d) Pith

(c) Stele

109. The hygroscopic cells of maize leaf are laterally covered by-

(a) Hair
(b) Curved trichomes
(c) Guard cell
(d) Companion cell

(d) Companion cell

110. In maize stem, the peripherally located vascular bundle are normally

(a) Large in size
(b) Well organized
(c) Small in size
(d) Less organized

(b) Well organized

111. The cortex consists of three zones except

(a) Epidermis
(b) Main cortex
(c) Hypodermis
(d) Endodermis

(d) Endodermis

112. When cambium is present, the vascular bundle is called

(a) Close
(b) Radial
(c) Open
(d) Conjoint

(b) Radial

113. In the collateral vascular bundle, the phloem is present

(a) Inside the xylem
(b) Lateral side of xylem
(c) on both sides of the xylem
(d) Outside the xylem

(a) Inside the xylem

114. If one conducting tissue completely surrounds another one, the vascular bundle is called

(a) Bi-collateral
(b) Concentric
(c) Collateral
(d) Radial

(d) Radial

115. Which tissue is always present in the ground tissue of root and stem of all plants

(a) Collenchyma
(b) Sclerenchyma
(c) Chlorenchyma
(d) Parenchyma

(d) Parenchyma

116. Which of the following cells are without cytoplasm and nucleus?

(a) Guard cells
(b) Stone cells
(c) Companion cells
(d) Sieve cells

(a) Guard cells

117. Raphides are the crystals of

(a) Calcium oxalate
(b) Calcium carbonate
(c) Calcium phosphate
(d) Calcium

(b) Calcium carbonate

118. Bulliform cells are present in

(a) Bundle sheath
(b) Mesophyll tissue
(c) Vascular Bandle
(d) Epidermis

(d) Epidermis

119. Kranz anatomy is seen in

(a) Euphorbia hirta
(b) Citrus indica
(c) Mangifera indica
(d) Zea mays

(b) Citrus indica

120. The chief function of phloem is the conduction of

(a) Food
(b) Mineral
(c) Water
(d) Air

(c) Water

121. Casparian strips are the characteristics of

(a) Cortex
(b) Endodermis
(c) Pericycle
(d) Pith

(c) Pericycle

122. The crystals of calcium carbonate, which appear like a bunch of grapes in epidermal cells of leaves of some plants, are called

(a) Sphaeraphides
(b) Raphides
(c) Otoliths
(d) cytoliths

(b) Raphides

123. The vascular cambium and cork cambium are the examples of

(a) Apical meristem
(b) Lateral Meristem
(c) Intercalary meristem
(d) Permanent tissue

(b) Lateral Meristem

124. Secondary phloem remains functional generally

(a) Less than 1 year
(b) More than 1 year
(c) For 1 year
(d) As long as plant lives

(c) For 1 year

125. The transverse section of a plant is stained with safranin and fast green what is the color of the phloem?

(a) Red
(b) Green
(c) Pink
(d) Orange

(a) Red

126. Root cap is formed by

(a) Dermatogen
(b) Calyptogen
(c) Vascular cambium
(d) Wood cambium

(d) Wood cambium

127. Passage cells are found in (a) Dicot stem
(b) Monocot root
(c) Arial root
(d) Monocot stem

(c) Arial root

128. The sugarcane plant has(a) Dumbelled shaped guard cells
(b) Pentamerous flowers
(c) Reticulate venation
(d) Capsular fruits

(b) Pentamerous flowers

129. In plants, organ which is covered by periderm and in which the stomata are absent, some gaseous exchange takes place through

(a) Aerenchyma
(b) Trichomes
(c) Pneumatophores
(d) Lenticels

(c) Pneumatophores

130. Companion cells are associated with

(a) Vessels
(b) Male gamete
(c) Sieve tube
(d) Guard cells

(d) Guard cells

131. Cork cambium results in the formation of cork which becomes impermeable to water due to the accumulation of

(a) Resin
(b) Suberin
(c) Starch
(d) Tanin.

(a) Resin

132. Which one of the following statements pertaining to plant structure is correct?

(a) Cork lacks stomata, but lenticels carry out transpiration
(b) Passage cess help in the transfer of food from cortex to phloem
(c) Sieve tube elements possess cytoplasm but no nuclei
(d) The short apical meristem has a quiescent centre

(a) Cork lacks stomata, but lenticels carry out transpiration

133. In the sieve elements which one of the following is the most likely function of p-proteins?

(a) Deposition of callose on sieve plates
(b) Providing energy for active translocation
(c) Autostylic enzymes
(d) Sealing mechanism on wounding

(a) Deposition of callose on sieve plates

134. Collenchyma differs from sclerenchyma in

(a) having thick cells walls
(b) being flexible
(c) being living at maturity
(d) being strong

(c) being living at maturity

135. These cells help in increasing the length of the plant by undergoing cells division

(a) xylem
(b) phloem
(c) meristematic cells
(d) sclerenchyma

(c) meristematic cells

136. Which of the following cells have thickened corners due to pectin?

(a) parenchyma
(b) collenchyma
(c) sclerenchyma
(d) cork

(c) sclerenchyma

137. The main function of the following is to store food

(a) parenchyma
(b) collenchyma
(c) sclerenchyma
(d) cork

(a) parenchyma

138. The elongated sclerenchyma cells pointed at both ends are called

(a) fibres
(b) sclereids
(c) tracheids
(d) vessels

(c) tracheids

139. The following transport water and minerals in a plant

(a) sclerenchyma
(b) collenchyma
(c) xylem
(d) phloem

(c) xylem

140. Which of the following is not a living component of phloem?

(a) sieve tubes
(b) companion cells
(c) phloem parenchyma
(d) phloem fibres

(d) phloem fibres

141. Which of the following tissue is mainly composed of dead cells?

(a) collenchyma
(b) xylem
(c) phloem
(d) epidermis

(b) xylem

142. A tissue is a group of cells that are

(a) similar in origin, but dissimilar in form and function
(b) dissimilar in origin, form, and function
(c) dissimilar in origin, but similar in form and function
(d) similar in origin, form, and function

(d) similar in origin, form, and function

143. Apical, intercalary, and lateral meristems are differentiated based on

(a) origin
(b) function
(c) position
(d) development

(c) position

144. Which of the following helps bamboo and grasses to elongate?

(a) Apical meristems
(b) Lateral meristems
(c) Secondary meristems
(d) Intercalary meristems

(d) Intercalary meristems

145. Which meristem helps in increasing girth?

(a) Lateral meristem
(b) Intercalary meristem
(c) Primary meristem
(d) Apical meristem

(a) Lateral meristem

146. Cells of permanent tissues are specialized

(a) functionally
(b) only structurally
(c) both structurally and functionally
(d) for mitosis

(c) both structurally and functionally

147. The apical meristem of the root is present

(a) in all the roots
(b) only in radicals
(c) only in taproots
(d) only in adventitious roots

(a) in all the roots

148. During the formation of leaves and elongation of the stem, some cells ‘left behind’ from the shoot apical meristem, constitute the

(a) lateral meristem
(b) axillary bud
(c) cork cambium
(d) fascicular cambium

(b) axillary bud

149. Which of the following is responsible for the formation of an embryonic shoot called axillary bud?

(a) Lateral meristem
(b) Apical meristem
(c) Intercalary meristem
(d) Both (b) and (c)

(c) Intercalary meristem

150. A plant tissue when stained showed the presence of hemicellulose and pectin in the cells wall of its cells. The tissue is called

(a) collenchyma
(b) sclerenchyma
(c) xylem
(d) meristem

(a) collenchyma

151. Various functions like photosynthesis, storage, excretion performed by

(a) sclerenchyma
(b) parenchyma
(c) collenchyma
(d) aerenchyma

(b) parenchyma

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