NEET UG Botany MCQ-52

Question No:1

Largest inflorescence is found in

(A) Acalypha
(B) Populus
(C) Amorphophallus
(D) Cabbage

Question No:2

The most advanced type of inflorescence is

(A) corymb
(B) catkin
(C) spadix
(D) capitulum

Question No:3

An inflorescence in which flowers arise from different points but reach the same level is called as

(A) catkin
(B) corymb
(C) umbel
(D) spadix

Question No:4

The pendent spike is called

(A) catkin
(B) capitulum
(C) raceme
(D) spadix

Question No:5

Which of the following have one common character

(A) Racemose and Cyathium
(B) Corymb and Umbel
(C) Hypanthodium and Catkin
(D) Verticellaster and Spike

Question No:6

An inflorescence bearing sessile, bisexual flowers in acropetal succession is called as

(A) spadix
(B) spike
(C) corymb
(D) raceme

Question No:7

A racemose inflorescence with sessile acropetal flowers is called

(A) spike
(B) coryrnb
(C) umbel
(D) raceme

Question No:8

Characteristic inflorescence of family Compositae or Asteraceae is

(A) capitulum
(B) cymose head
(C) catkin
(D) spadix

Question No:9

A biparous cyme ending in a uniparous cyme is

(A) panicle
(B) verticellaster
(C) thyrsus
(D) cyathium

Question No:10

Leafless stem of onion which is produced to bear flowers is called

(A) pedicel
(B) torus
(C) thalamus
(D) scape

Question No:11

An inflorescence with unbranched peduncle producing pedicellate flowers from a single point in a centripetal fashion from a reduced peduncle is

(A) corymb
(B) compound umbel
(C) umbel
(D) corymbose raceme

Question No:12

The florets (small sessile flowers) in capitulum of sunflower are arranged in

(A) centrifugal manner
(B) centripetal manner
(C) acropetal manner
(D) basipetal manner

Question No:13

A plant bearing racemose inflorescence is

(A) Hibiscus
(B) Ocimum
(C) Asparagus
(D) Datura

Question No:14

Inflorescence in Mangifera is

(A) raceme
(B) catkin
(C) spadix
(D) verticellaster

Question No:15

Inflorescence in coconut is

(A) compound spadix
(B) mixed
(C) compound raceme
(D) spike

Question No:16

The unit of inflorescence in grasses (poaceae) is

(A) thyrsus
(B) spike
(C) spikelet
(D) raceme

Question No:17

The type of inflorescence in Jasmine is

(A) monochasial cyme
(B) dichasial cyme
(C) simple cyme
(D) polychasial cyme

Question No:18

Involucre forms the cup in the inflorescence of

(A) Fig
(B) Poinsettia
(C) Salvia
(D) Sunflower

Question No:19

Zig – zag development of inflorescence axis is an example of

(A) helocoid cyme
(B) verticellaster
(C) scorpioid cyme
(D) umbel

Question No:20

Cyathium inflorescence shows

(A) similar type of flowers
(B) one central male flower surrounded by many male flowers
(C) one central female flower surrounded by many male flowers
(D) sessile flowers on long axis