NEET UG Botany MCQ-35

Question No:1

Land habit is originated from

(A) Simple filamentous forms
(B) Heterotrichous forms
(C) Siphonaceous forms
(D) Pseudoparenchymatous forms

Question No:2

Isomorphic alternation of generation occurs in

(A) Ulothrix
(B) Ectocarpus
(C) Spirogyra
(D) Oedogonium

Question No:3

‘Father of Indian Algology’

(A) M.O.P. lyenger
(B) R.N. Singh
(C) T.V. Desikachary
(D) C.V. Subramaniyam

Question No:4

A grass – green alga which is rich in protein in

(A) Chlorella
(B) Spirulina
(C) Spirogyra
(D) Chlamydomonas

Question No:5

Agar-agar is most extensively used in

(A) Medicines
(B) Cosmetics
(C) Culture media
(D) Paints and polishes

Question No:6

Outer wall of Spirogyra is made up of

(A) Hemicellulose and cellulose
(B) Cellulose
(C) Pectin
(D) Lignin

Question No:7

The alga used for quick sewage disposal is

(A) Ulothrix
(B) Cladophora
(C) Volvox
(D) Chlorella

Question No:8

Sex organs are found on specialized sexual receptacles called antheridiophore and archegoniophore in

(A) Riccia
(B) Marchantia
(C) Funaria
(D) Pogonatum

Question No:9

Unicellular, unbranched, aseptate and hyaline rhizoids are found in

(A) All bryophytes
(B) Liverworts
(C) Mosses only
(D) Liverworts and mosses

Question No:10

Bryophytes do not produce

(A) Non – ciliated antherozoids and independent sporophyte
(B) Vascular tissue and independent sporophyte
(C) Archegonium and archesporium
(D) Independent gametophyte and ciliated sperms

Question No:11

Leaves of mosses lack

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

Question No:12

Elaters of Marchantia exhibit

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

Question No:13

Liverworts differ from mosses in their

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

Question No:14

Spores are provided with chloroplast in

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

Question No:15

Marine forms are not found in

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

Question No:16

All bryophytes are

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

Question No:17

Byophytes differ from pteridophytes in not having

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

Question No:18

Positive evidence for aquatic ancestory of bryophytes is

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

Question No:19

Spores of which plant produce protonema?

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

Question No:20

Term ‘Bryophyte’ was given by:

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