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Anatomy of Flowering Plants Mock Exam-2

Question No:1

Following features belong to<
I. Cells are generally isodiametric. They may be spherical, oval, round, polygonal, or elongated in shape. <
II. Cells have thin wall and are made up of cellulose. <
III. Cells may be closely packed or may have intercellular spaces. <
IV. Tissue perform various kind of functions like photosynthesis, storage and secretion,

[A] collenchyma
[B] parenchyma
[C] xylem
[D] sclerenchyma

Question No:2

Following features belong to<
I. Cells are thick at corner due to deposition of cellulose, hemicelluloses and pectin. <
II. Cells may contain chloroplast and gets assimilated. III. Intercellular spaces are absent. <
IV Provide mechanical support to growing parts of the plant such as young stem and petiole of leaf,

[A] collenchymas
[B] parenchyma
[C] xylem
[D] sclerenchyma

Question No:3

Which simple tissue is characterized by pits?

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

Question No:4

______ are spherical, oval, cylindrical, highly thickened dead cell with very narrow cavities,

[A] Sieve tube
[B] Companion cell
[C] Fibres
[D] Sclereids

Question No:5

Secondary thickening in collenchyma is of

[A] cellulose
[B] hemicellulose
[C] pectin
[D] all

Question No:6

On what basis we classify sclerenchyma into fibres or Sclereids?

[A] Structure
[B] Origin
[C] Development
[D] All

Question No:7

Sclereids are present in the pulp of

[A] guava
[B] pear
[C] sapota
[D] all

Question No:8

Sclereids are present in

[A] fruit wall of nuts
[B] seed coat of legumes
[C] leaves of tea
[D] all

Question No:9

Which tissue is usually dead and without protoplast?

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

Question No:10

Collenchyma tissue is characterized by

[A] elongated cells with thickness at the corners
[B] isodiametric cells with deposits of cellulose and pectin at the corners
[C] elongated cells with deposits of cellulose and pectin all over the wall
[D] isodiametric cells with thickness all over the cell wall

Question No:11

In which way collenchyma differs from sclerenchyma?

[A] Retaining protoplasm at maturity
[B] Having thick walls
[C] Having wide lumen
[D] Being meristematic

Question No:12

Walls of sclerenchyma are

[A] rigid
[B] lignified
[C] pectinised
[D] suberised

Question No:13

Collenchyma differs from parenchyma in having

[A] living protoplasm
[B] cellulose walls
[C] vacuoles
[D] pectin deposits at corners

Question No:14

Which of the following are simple tissues?

[A] Parenchyma, xylem and phloem
[B] Parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma
[C] Parenchyma, xylem and collenchymas
[D] Parenchyma, xylem and sclerenchyma

Question No:15

What is the most common type of permanent tissue found in almost all plants?

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