NEET UG Botany MCQ-69

Question No:1

The non-essential parts of a flower are the

(A) petals and sepals
(B) stamen and pistil
(C) anther and ovary
(D) petal and anther

Question No:2

The reproductive structures in ferns and mosses is

(A) seeds
(B) sori
(C) spores
(D) zygospores

Question No:3

All tracheophytes except pteridophytes reproduce by

(A) sori
(B) seeds
(C) spores
(D) zygospores

Question No:4

Plants with ‘naked seeds’ are called

(A) gymnosperms
(B) angiosperms
(C) Ptridophytes
(D) bryophytes

Question No:5

Plants with their seeds enclosed in a fruit are

(A) angiosperms
(B) flowering plants
(C) Pteridophytes
(D) gymnosperms

Question No:6

The parts of the female pistil are

(A) anther and filament
(B) ovary, style and stigma
(C) ovary and anther
(D) sepal and petal

Question No:7

Flowers with only male reproductive organs are

(A) hermaphrodite flowers
(B) pistillate flowers
(C) staminate flowers
(D) Bisexual flowers

Question No:8

Monocotyledons have petals in multiples of

(A) three
(B) four
(C) two
(D) five

Question No:9

The egg cell in a flowering plant is produced in the

(A) carpel
(B) stamen
(C) anther
(D) Filament

Question No:10

Sexual reproduction involves the fertilization of

(A) two gametes
(B) two sperm
(C) two ova
(D) two eggs

Question No:11

The part of the plant involved in sexual reproduction is

(A) shoot
(B) flower
(C) stem
(D) Root

Question No:12

Which one of the following is a feature of a wind-pollinated flower?

(A) The Carpels are located inside the petals.
(B) The stamen are located inside the petals.
(C) The petals are brightly coloured.
(D) The flower has a large amount of pollen grains.

Question No:13

One of the functions of a petal in a flowering plant is to

(A) support the anther
(B) make pollen grains
(C) protect the internal parts of the flower
(D) connect the stigma to the ovary

Question No:14

Which one of the following is not the part of a seed?

(A) zygote
(B) plumule
(C) testa
(D) Radical

Question No:15

Asexual reproduction involves :

(A) both maternal and paternal parents
(B) only maternal parents
(C) only paternal parents
(D) only one parents either paternal or maternal

Question No:16

Which of the following is not correct for asexual reproduction ?

(A) It is Uniparental
(B) Interchange of genes between individuals is more limited
(C) Mutations are immediately expressed
(D) Mutations are often not expressed immediately

Question No:17

The offspring produced by asexual reproduction of an individual and having same genotype, are called

(A) twins
(B) clones
(C) siblings
(D) none of these

Question No:18

Which of the following is not a process of asexual reproduction

(A) Budding
(B) Syngamy
(C) Gemmulation
(D) Fragmentation

Question No:19

In budding new individuals are formed by :

(A) meiosis and mitosis
(B) meiosis only
(C) mitosis only
(D) meiosis, mitosis and amitosis

Question No:20

Sometimes in budding, buds do not get separated from the mother individual and form

(A) clones
(B) gemmule
(C) colony
(D) exogenous bud