Morphology of flowering Plants test-3 November 3, 2017admin0 Comments CategoriesMorphology Of Flowering Plants 1. Insectivorous plants trap insects to fulfil their Nitrogen requirement Total nutritional requirement Mineral requirement None of the above 2. In maize, the fibrous roots develop from Radicle Coleoptile Coleorrhiza Base of the stem 3. Prop roots, stilt roots and pneumatophorems are Adventitious roots Tap roots Fibrous roots All of these 4. In Asparagus, food is stored in its Fasciculated roots Nodulated roots Napiform roots None of these 5. Chrysanthemum is propagated with the help of Suckers Runners Twiners Stolons 6. Respiratory roots are seen in Cycas Pinus Mangroves Cuscuta 7. Contractile roots are found in : Canna Amorphophallus Dahlia and Helianthu None of these 8. Roots grow deeper in search of water in : Hydrophytes Mesophytes Halophytes Xerophytes 9. Dahlia is propagated through : Stem cuttings Fasciculated roots Tissue culture None of these 10. Conical storage root is found in Carrot Radish Turmeric Sweet potato 11. Nodular roots are found in Pisum Pinus Vanda Lichens 12. Tap (primary) root is descending axis that develops from radicle hypocotyl epicotyls mesocotyl 13. Region of fastest growth in root is root hair zone behind root tip root tip before the root tip 14. Adventitious roots are those arising from any part of plant other than radicle 2 found in monocots found in pteridophytes also all of the above 15. Which is not a root ? Carrot Sugarbeet Radish Potato 16. Pneumatophores are common in Alpine plants Heliophytes Hygrophytes Mangroves 17. A tap root is always positively geotropic and positively hydrotropic positively phototropic and positively hydrotropic negatively geotropic and positively hydrotropic negatively hydrotopic and negatively geotropic 18. Mycorrhizae are symbiotic association between fungi and fungi fungi and roots of higher plants 3. fungi and bacteria bacteria and roots of higher plants or trees 19. In maize and sugarcane stem, stilt roots arise from lower internodes lower nodes any node any internode 20. Root hairs develop from zone of cell maturation zone of cell elongation zone of mature cells zone of cell formation 21. Roots are called adventitious depending on their structure origin position function 22. Pneumatophores of mangrooves differ from respiratory roots of Jussiaea in being modified branch of tap roots modified adventitious roots stem branch pillar roots 23. Root hair absent in hydrophytes because they do not absorb salts they absorb water from body surface absorption occur by leaves surface area of plant is high and roots are very large 24. Fibrous roots are found mostly in dicots monocot plants pteridophytes bryophytes 25. Rhizophora has Pneumatophores Floating roots Fleshy roots all of these Loading … Related posts: Morphology of Flowering Plants Mock test-1 Morphology of flowering Plants test-7 Morphology of flowering Plants test-6 Morphology of flowering Plants test-2 Morphology of flowering Plants test-4 Powered by YARPP.