NEET NCERTBiology Plant Kingdom,NCERT Class 11 MCQs online Test

Plant Kingdom Mock Test-4

NEET Biolgy Plant Kingdom Mock Test-4

Leaves of mosses lack

(A) Chloroplasts
(B) Stomata
(C) Midrib
(D) Assimilatory capacity



Elaters of Marchantia exhibit

(A) Hydrochasy
(B) Xerochasy
(C) Circumnutation
(D) Chemonasty



Liverworts differ from mosses in their

(A) Rhizoids
(B) Structure of plant body
(C) Not having paraphyses
(D) All of these



Spores are provided with chloroplast in

(A) Funaria
(B) Sphagnum
(C) Riccia
(D) None of these



Marine forms are not found in

(A) Pteridophytes
(B) Gymnosperms
(C) Bryophytes
(D) All of these



All bryophytes are

(A) Strictly homosporous
(B) Strictly heterosporous
(C) Strictly monocious
(D) Strictly dioecious



Byophytes differ from pteridophytes in not having

(A) Archegonia
(B) Defined sporophyte
(C) Vascular strands (steles)
(D) Multicellular embryo



Positive evidence for aquatic ancestory of bryophytes is

(A) Ciliated sperms
(B) Gametophytic body
(C) Protonema
(D) Oogamous sexual reproduction



Spores of which plant produce protonema?

(A) Riccia
(B) Funaria
(C) Anthoceros
(D) Pellia



Term ‘Bryophyte’ was given by:

(A) Braun
(B) Linnaeus
(C) Lyengar
(D) Bentham and Hooker



Funaria differs from Marchantia in having:

(A) Gametophyte
(B) Ventral canal cell
(C) Foot
(D) Protonema



Pteridophytes are often called

(A) Amphibians of plant kingdom
(B) Botanical snakes
(C) Archegoniate atrachaeophytes
(D) Lower spermatophytes



Smallest aquatic fern is:

(A) Pteridium
(B) Azolla
(C) Marsailea
(D) Salvinia



The leptosporangiate sporangia dehisce through

(A) Peristome
(B) Annulus
(C) Stomium
(D) Operculum



Rhizophore of Selaginella is often considered as :

(A) Stem
(B) Root
(C) Organ – sui – generis
(D) None of these



Antherozoids are attracted towards the neck of archegonia in ferns by :

(A) By potassium salts
(B) Malic acid
(C) Albumen or proteins
(D) Sugars



Which pteridophyte has been proved to be a good biofertiliser for paddy?

(A) Azolla
(B) Marsilea
(C) Pteris
(D) Adiantum



Dioecious prothalli are produced in :

(A) Lycopodium
(B) Selaginella
(C) Pteridium
(D) Pteris



The term ‘Walking fern’ for Adiantum is because of

(A) Its changing taxonomic status
(B) Its spores provided with elaters for dispersal
(C) Its leaves can produce roots and plantlets
(D) Its gametophyte can walk on dripping rocks