NEET UG Botany MCQ-63

Question No:1

Stiplular tendril is found in :

(A) Smilax
(B) Gloriosa
(C) Antigonon
(D) Passiflora

Question No:2

Tricarpellary syncarpous ovary is found in

(A) Compositae
(B) Cruciferae
(C) Cucurbitaceae
(D) Leguminosae

Question No:3

Fig is :

(A) Caryopsis
(B) Berry
(C) Syconus
(D) Nut

Question No:4

Edible part of coconut is:

(A) Fleshy mesocarp
(B) Seed
(C) Endosperm
(D) Stony endocarp

Question No:5

Fruit of wheat is:

(A) Berry
(B) Caryopsis
(C) Nut
(D) Etaerio

Question No:6

Ratio of male and female flower is infite:1 in

(A) Cyathium
(B) Hypanthodium
(C) Verticillaster
(D) Catkins

Question No:7

Which of the following is a total root parasite?

(A) Cuscuta
(B) Rafflesia
(C) Santalum
(D) Monotropa

Question No:8

The fleshy receptacle of syconus of fig encloses a number of

(A) Achenes
(B) Samaras
(C) Berries
(D) Mericarps

Question No:9

In Ruscus, the stem is a

(A) Phyllode
(B) cladode
(C) offset
(D) sucker

Question No:10

Catkin inflorescence is found in

(A) wheat
(B) oat
(C) mulberry
(D) fig

Question No:11

Epigynous flowers are present in

(A) mustad
(B) brinjal
(C) China rose
(D) cucumber

Question No:12

In Dianthus, Placentation is

(A) basal
(B) free central
(C) axile
(D) marginal

Question No:13

The term ‘keel’ is used for special type of

(A) sepals
(B) petals
(C) stamens
(D) carpels

Question No:14

Modified petioles performing the function of photosynthesis are called:

(A) Cladode
(B) Phyllode
(C) Phylloclade
(D) Tuber

Question No:15

The tendrils of pea plant are modified

(A) Stipules
(B) Aerial roots
(C) Entire leaves
(D) Upper leaflets

Question No:16

Flowers are asymmetrical in

(A) Hibiscus
(B) Cotalaria
(C) Tridex
(D) Canna

Question No:17

Infloresence of sunflower is:

(A) Raceme
(B) Umbel
(C) Capitulum
(D) Corymb

Question No:18

When stamens are united only by their anthers, the condition is known as:

(A) Synadrous
(B) Syngenesious
(C) Epipetalous
(D) Monoadelphous

Question No:19

Allium cepa has

(A) Modified stem
(B) fleshy scaly leaves
(C) stem tubers
(D) none of these

Question No:20

In Pyrus malus, the fruit is derived from

(A) Thalamus
(B) Peduncle
(C) Pedicel
(D) Calyx