Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms Mock Test-1

NEET Biology Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms Mock Test-1

According to Bentham and hooker, Mono-cotyledonae members are divided into series on the basis of

(A) Nature of ovary and merosity
(B) Position of the ovary and perianth characters
(C) Number of cotyledons and venation
(D) Type of root system and type of venation

Choose the incorrect one keeping in view the Bentham and Hooker’s system of classification

(A) Taxon having least number of natural orders – Gymnospermae
(B) Taxon having highest number of natural orders – Dicotyledonae
(C) Taxon having least number of series -Monocots
(D) Taxon having more number of series -Monochlamydae

Linnaeus created the rank classes based on the following chracters of plants

(A) General floral characters
(B) Androecium characters
(C) Gynoecium characters
(D) Vegetative characters

In Solanaceae the flowers are

(A) Actinomorphic, bisexual and epigynous
(B) zygomorphic, bisexual and hypogynous
(C) Actinomorphic, bisexual and hypogynous
(D) Actinomorphic, bisexual and perigynous

Pterpcarpus santalinus belongs to the family

(A) Solanaceae
(B) Fabaceae
(C) Liliaceae
(D) Malvaceae

Xerophyte of Fabaceae is

(A) Asparagus
(B) Ulex
(C) Parkinsonia
(D) Solanum surattense

These are tendril climbers

(A) Lathyrus
(B) Pisum
(C) Dolichos
(D) (a) and (b)

Pulvinous leaf base is found in

(A) Fabaceae
(B) Asteraceae
(C) Solanaceae
(D) Lilliaceae

A twiner of Fabaceae is

(A) Dalbergia
(B) Pisum
(C) Dolichos
(D) Lathyrus

In Fabaceae the floral structures which enclose essential organs are

(A) Posterior petals
(B) Lateral petals
(C) Sepals
(D) Anterior petals

Identify the correct statement with respect to Fabaceae

(A) Presence of zygomorphic, bisexual, pentamerous, perigynous flowers
(B) Presence of actinomorphic, bisexual tetramerous, perigynous, flowers
(C) Presence of zygomorphic, unisexual, pentamerous, epigynous, flowers
(D) Presence of actinomorphic, bisexual, pentamerous, perigynous, flowers

Scientific name of ashwagandha is

(A) Withania somnifera
(B) Cestrum nocturnum
(C) Petunia alba
(D) Atropa belladona

Ornamental shrub of Solanaceae is

(A) Solanum
(B) Atropa
(C) Cestrum
(D) Withania

Binomial nomenclature for plants was strictly followed for the first time in

(A) Historia plantarum
(B) Systema naturae
(C) Species plantarum
(D) Genera plantarum

Homochlamydeous, trimerous and tricyclic flowers are present in

(A) Xanthium
(B) Ruscus
(C) Helianthus
(D) Physalis

Symbols K(5) C (5)in its floral formula is applicable to a flower that belongs to

(A) Malavaceae
(B) Fabaceae
(C) Solanaceae
(D) Liliaceae

Leafy vegetable with medicinally important seeds is

(A) Lactuca sativa
(B) Thespesia populnea
(C) Trigonella foenum-graceum
(D) Abelmoschus esculantus

Of the following characters, select the most distinctive key character for the family, Liliaceae

(A) Bisexual flowers
(B) Hypogyny
(C) Petaloid perianth
(D) Actinomorphy

In the annals of history of Taxonomy, artificial, natural and phylogenitic systems were first proposed respectively by

(A) Theophrastus, A.P. de Candolle, Lengler andPrantl
(B) Linnaeus, Bentham and Hooker, John Hutchinson
(C) Theophrastus, de Jussieu, Eichler
(D) Linnaeus, de Jussieu, Rendle

The common character found in Polypetalae, Gamopetalae and Monochalmydeae is

(A) Dichlamydeous perianth
(B) Gamopetalous corolla
(C) Polypetalous corolla
(D) Reticulate venation