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Anatomy of Flowering Plants Mock Exam-1

Question No:1

Study of internal structure of plants is called

[A] morphology
[B] physiology
[C] anatomy
[D] autotomy



Question No:2

Find out incorrect statement:

[A] Monocot and dicot are anatomically different
[B] Internal structures also show adaptations to diverse environment
[C] Basic unit of plant is made up of cells
[D] Different organs of plants are similar in their internal structure



Question No:3

A tissue is a group of cells having a

[A] common origin and always a common function
[B] common origin and always a different function
[C] common origin and usually a common function
[D] different origin and a different function



Question No:4

Depending on whether the cells being formed are capable of dividing or not, plant tissues are classified into how many types?

[A] 1
[B] 2
[C] 3
[D] 4



Question No:5

Find the example of primary meristem.

[A] Apical meristem
[B] Intercalary meristem
[C] Lateral meristem
[D] Both (a) and (b)



Question No:6

Apical meristem is present at

[A] root and shoot apex
[B] place between mature tissue
[C] vascular cambium
[D] cork cambium



Question No:7

Axillary bud is

[A] present in axil of leaf
[B] capable of forming branch
[C] capable of forming flower
[D] all



Question No:8

Which tissue occurs in grasses and regenerate parts removed by the grazing herbivores?

[A] Apical meristem
[B] Lateral meristem
[C] Intercalary meristem
[D] All



Question No:9

The meristem that occurs in the mature regions of roots and shoots of many plants, particularly those that produce woody axis and appear later than primary meristem, is called

[A] Intercalary meristem
[B] Apical meristem
[C] Secondary or lateral meristem
[D] All



Question No:10

Find the example of lateral meristem.

[A] Fascicular cambium
[B] Inter fascicular cambium
[C] Cork-cambium
[D] All



Question No:11

Newly-formed cells from primary and secondary meristem, which becomes structurally and functionally specialized and lose the ability to divide, are known as

[A] permanent cells
[B] mature cells
[C] both
[D] none



Question No:12

During the formation of the primary plant body, specific regions of the apical meristem produces

[A] dermal tissues
[B] ground tissues
[C] vascular tissues
[D] all



Question No:13

Permanent tissues, which have all cell similar in structure and function, are called

[A] complex tissues
[B] simple tissues
[C] meristematic tissues
[D] all



Question No:14

Permanent tissues, which have many different types of cells are called

[A] complex tissues
[B] simple tissues
[C] meristematic tissues
[D] all



Question No:15

Which tissue is the most abundant in plant organ?

[A] Parenchyma
[B] Collenchyma
[C] Sclerenchyma
[D] Sclereids