Morphology of flowering Plants test-6 -

Morphology of flowering Plants test-6

1. Ascending imbricate aestivation is characteristic of


2. Sepals or petals meeting by edges without any overlapping, constitute aestivation


3. A flower which can be divided into equal vertical halves by more than one plane of division is


4. Placentation of pea flower is


5. An example of axile placentation is


6. If both the anthers and filaments are fused together to form a compact structure with sigmoid .appearance the condition is termed as


7. If 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?


8. When placenta forms a ridge along the ventral suture of the ovary and ovules are borne on this ridge forming two rows, the type of placentation is termed as


9. Gynoecium with fused carpels is called


10. Diadelphous condition is found in


11. A plant has an androecium with monoadelphous stamens, monothecous and dorsifixed anthers,The gynoecium is syncarpous with pentalocular ovary. The plant could be


12. Synandrous condition is found in


13. A condition when the stamens are in two whorls, the outer whorl two and inner whorl two are found in


14. When the stamens fuse with the petals, the conditions known as


15. A. reduced or sterile stamen is called


16. In a tetradynamous androecium one of the following is seen


17. Root cap is absent in :


18. An example of false fruit is :


19. Viscum is a:


20. The plant part which consists of two generations one within the other is


21. Which of the following is correctly matched?


22. In Calotropis, phyllotaxy of leaves is


23. The hardest part of mango is


24. Velamen is found in


25. Placentation in tomato and lemon is