Morphology of flowering Plants test-2 -

Morphology of flowering Plants test-2

1. An example of axile placentation is


2. Pneumatophores are common in


3. A characteristic feature of drupe fruit is


4. Expanded, green modifed stem in Opuntia is called


5. In Calotropis, phyllotaxy of leaves is


6. Rhizome differs from root in


7. Flowers are trimerous in


8. Fibrous root system is mostly found in


9. The symmetry of actinomorphic flower is


10. Epigynous flower is


11. Aestivation in cassia and gulmohur is


12. Varied lengths of filaments within a flower is in


13. __ Apocarpous gynoecium is found in


14. Flower is asymmetric in


15. Axillary buds are modified to thorns in


16. Scape develops in


17. Axillary stem tendrils are found in :


18. Offset type stem occurs in :


19. Mentha plant grows profusely by forming


20. Stem is modified to fleshy phylloclade in


21. Potato tubers are modified stem as they bear


22. Negative geotropism is shown by the roots of


23. Root pockets are found in root of:


24. Roots that hold branches in banyan trees are


25. Rhizophora produces pneumatophores for :