NEET UG Botany MCQ-51

Question No:1

When rachis bears a number of leaflets laterally, it is called a

(A) palmate leaf
(B) pinnate leaf
(C) simple leaf
(D) dorsiventral leaf

Question No:2

In Acacia melanoxylon, the part modified to form phyllode is

(A) leaf
(B) secondary rachis
(C) primary rachis
(D) petiole

Question No:3

In Bombax(silk cotton), compound leaf is

(A) tripinnate
(B) multifoliate
(C) quadrifoliate
(D) unipinnate

Question No:4

Quadrifoliate palmate compound leaf is found in

(A) Trigonella
(B) Trifolium
(C) Marsilea
(D) Bombax

Question No:5

In Cacti, leaves are modified into

(A) hooks
(B) phylloclade
(C) spines
(D) thorns

Question No:6

Identify the plant with reticulate venation

(A) Musa
(B) Oryza
(C) Canna
(D) Mangifera

Question No:7

Monocots are distinct from dicots in

(A) aestivation
(B) venation
(C) heterochlamydeous perianth
(D) phyllotaxy

Question No:8

The storage leaves are found in

(A) Allium
(B) Zizyphus
(C) Trapa
(D) Triticum

Question No:9

In Moringa (drum stick), the leaves are

(A) decompounds
(B) unipinnate
(C) tripinnate
(D) palmate

Question No:10

Rachis is absent in

(A) Pinnate compound leaf
(B) palmate compound leaf
(C) decompound leaf
(D) tripinnate leaf

Question No:11

A pair of insectivorous plants is

(A) Drosera and Rafflesia
(B) Nepenthes and Bladderwort
(C) Dionaea and Viscum
(D) Rafflesia and venus fly trap

Question No:12

Petiole of Australian Acacia helps in

(A) respiration
(B) photosynthesis
(C) transpiration
(D) secretion

Question No:13

The correct match is

A) Parallel venation i) Acacia
B) Reticulate venation ii) Palm
C) Bipinnate Hi) Smilax
D) Palmate compound iv) Citrus

(A) A – (ii), B – (iii), C – (i), D – (iv)
(B) A – (i), B – (ii), C – (iii), D – (iv)
(C) A (iv), B – (iii), C – (ii), D – (i)
(D) A – (iii), B – (ii), C – (i), D – (iv)

Question No:14

Catkin is found in

(A) banana
(B) mulberry
(C) apple
(D) coconut

Question No:15

Inflorescence in sunflower is

(A) Capitulum
(B) Corymb
(C) Catkin
(D) Spadix

Question No:16

Bougainvillea inflorescence has coloured attractive structures, which are

(A) sepals
(B) bracts
(C) petals
(D) bracteoles

Question No:17

Inflorescence found in Musa is

(A) Thyrsus
(B) Umbellate cyme
(C) Spadix
(D) Corymbose cyme

Question No:18

A racemose inflorescence with pedicellate flowers arranged in centripetal order is

(A) Cyathium
(B) Umbel
(C) Head
(D) Corymb

Question No:19

Unisexual flowers are acropetally arranged on a drooping peduncle in

(A) Spadix
(B) Cyathium
(C) Catkin
(D) Head

Question No:20

A condensed flattened floral axis is called

(A) peduncle
(B) rachis
(C) receptacle
(D) thalamus