NEET UG Botany MCQ-130

Question No:1

Identify the set of structures reported in Epidermal tissue system

(A) Epidermal cells, stomata, trichomes and hairs
(B) Epidermal cells, stomata, vascular tissues
(C) Stomata, Trichomes, Stelar tissues
(D) Epidermal cells, stomata, trichomes, cortical cells

Question No:2

The following type of tissue is usually absent in roots

(A) Parenchyma
(B) Meristem
(C) Collenchyma
(D) Sclerenchyma

Question No:3

Tyloses are formed in

(A) Cortex
(B) Secondary phloem
(C) Pericycle
(D) Tracheary elements

Question No:4

During dedifferentiation

(A) Parenchyma is converted in to Sclerenchyma
(B) Parenchyma forms meristem
(C) Derivatives of primary meristem form primary tissues
(D) Sclerenchyma becomes totipotent

Question No:5

Sclerenchyma is mechanical tissue because it has

(A) Secondary wall
(B) lignified cell wall
(C) pits
(D) has bordered pits

Question No:6

Multilayered Pericycle is seen in

(A) Dicot stem
(B) Monocot stem
(C) Dicot leaf
(D) Dicot root

Question No:7

Protoderm gives rise

(A) endodermis
(B) Epidermis
(C) Periderm
(D) Cortex

Question No:8

Quiscent center is a part of

(A) Dermal tissue system
(B) Ground tissue system
(C) Lateral meristem
(D) Apical meristem of root

Question No:9

This is an example for primary meristem involved in secondary growth

(A) Apical meristem
(B) Cork cambium
(C) Fascicular cambium of dicot stem
(D) Intercalary meristem

Question No:10

Dedifferentiation can be usually shown by

(A) Pericycle of dicot root
(B) Pericycle of dicot stem
(C) Endodermis of dicot root
(D) Medulla of dicot stem

Question No:11

Tissue that holds more water in its cell wall is

(A) Collenchyma
(B) Sclerenchyma
(C) Parenchyma
(D) Meristem

Question No:12

Parenchyma is absent in

(A) leaf of monocot
(B) Phloem of monocot stem
(C) Xylem of dicot root
(D) Phloem of dicot root

Question No:13

bark formed early in the season is called as

(A) Soft bark
(B) Hard bark
(C) Alburnum
(D) Duramen

Question No:14

Essential oils are abundantly present in

(A) Primary xylem
(B) Early wood
(C) Heart wood
(D) Sap wood

Question No:15

Complementary cells are formed from

(A) Vascular cambium
(B) Phellogen
(C) Apical meristem
(D) Intercalary meristem

Question No:16

These cells of leaf play a role in minimizing transpiration

(A) Silical cells
(B) Cork cells
(C) Motor cells
(D) All

Question No:17

Trichomes are

(A) epidermal structures of root
(B) appendages of Pericycle of stem
(C) epidermal outgrowths of dicot stem
(D) hypodermal structures of dicot stem

Question No:18

Companion cells are associated with

(A) Sieve tube elements
(B) vessel elements
(C) tracheids
(D) sieve cells

Question No:19

These are cylindrical meristems

(A) Apical meristems
(B) Intercalary meristems
(C) All primary meristems
(D) Lateral meristems

Question No:20

Perforation plates are associated with

(A) vessels
(B) tracheids
(C) sieve cells
(D) sieve tubes