NCERT Botany NEET reproduction organisms MCQs,Model,Mock Exams

Reproduction in Organisms Mock Test-5

Question No:1

Which of these characteristics belong to organisms showing internal fertilization?

(A) Eggs are formed inside the female body where they fuse with male gamete.
(B) Male gametes are motile
(C) Number of eggs produced less in number
(D) All of the above

Question No:2

Development of embryo from zygote is:

(A) Parthenogenesis
(B) Embryogenesis
(C) Blastulation
(D) Gastrulation

Question No:3

Life in all organism starts from:

(A) Single cell zygote
(B) Two celled zygote
(C) Single cell embryo
(D) Multicellular embryo

Question No:4

Select the total number of true statements.
(A) In organisms belonging to fungi and algae, the zygote develops a thick wall that is resistant to dessication and damage.
(B) Formation of diploid zygote is universal in all sexually reproducing organisms.
(C) Syngamy occurs inside the body of the organism in internal fertilization.
(D) In organism with haplontic life cycle zygote divides by meiosis to form haploid spores that grow into haploid individuals.

(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 2
(D) 4

Question No:5

Following are oviparous except:

(A) Crocodile
(B) Crow
(C) Parrot
(D) Horse

Question No:6

In oviparous animals like birds and reptiles the fertilized egg in covered by shell made up of

(A) SiO2
(B) Na2 CO3
(C) CaCO3
(D) MgCO3

Question No:7

Chances of survival of the young one is greater in:

(A) Internal fertilization
(B) External fertilization
(C) Oviparous animals
(D) Viviparous animals

Question No:8

After fertilization which part of flower generally withers and falls off?

(A) Sepals
(B) Petals
(C) Stamens
(D) All of these

Question No:9

Select the false statement.

(A) Ovule develops into seed.
(B) Ovary develops into fruit.
(C) Zygote develops into embryo.
(D) Placenta develops into pericarp.

Question No:10

Gametes in haploid organisms are produced by:

(A) Amitosis
(B) Mitosis
(C) Meiosis
(D) Cleavage

Question No:11

Embryonal protection and care are better in:

(A) Oviparity
(B) Parthenogenesis
(C) Viviparity
(D) Polyembryony

Question No:12

After fertilization in angiosperms, ovules develop into:

(A) Pericarp
(B) Fruit
(C) Seed
(D) Embryo

Question No:13

The progenitor of the next generation inside the mature seed is known as:

(A) Micropyle
(B) Pericarp
(C) Embryo
(D) Zygote

Question No:14

Identify the ploidy of the following parts of flowering plants.
Ovary, Anther, Egg, Pollen, Male gamete and Zygote

(A) 2n, 2n, n, n, n, 2n
(B) 2n, 3n, n, n, 2n, 2n
(C) 2n, n, n, n, n, 2n
(D) 2n, 2n, n, 2n, n, 2n

Question No:15

Select the correct statement from the following.
(A) In flowering plants, the zygote is formed inside the ovule.
(B) In reptiles and birds, the fertilized eggs covered by hard calcareous shell (Cleidoic) are laid in a safe place in environment.
(C) In organisms belonging to fungi and algae, the zygote develops a thick wall that is vulnerable to dessication and damage.
(D) During embryogenesis, zygote undergoes cell division and cell differentiation

(A) A and C only
(B) A, B and C only
(C) C and D only
(D) A, Band D only