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Morphology of Flowering Plants Mock test-1

NEET Biology Morphology of Flowering Plants Mock test-1

An example of axile placentation is

(A) Marigold
(B) Lemon
(C) Primrose
(D) Mustard

Pneumatophores are common in

(A) mesophytes
(B) mangroves
(C) Hydrophytes
(D) Xerophytes

A characteristic feature of drupe fruit is

(A) Stony pericarp
(B) Fleshy pericarp
(C) Stony seedcoat
(D) Stony endocarp

Expanded, green modifed stem in Opuntia is called

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

In Calotropis, phyllotaxy of leaves is

(A) Whorled
(B) alternate
(C) Opposite
(D) alternate and opposite

Rhizome differs from root in

(A) presence of chlorophyll
(B) presence of scale leaves and buds
(C) underground position
(D) vertical growth in the soil

Flowers are trimerous in

(A) Datura
(B) Dolichos
(C) Gloriosa
(D) Hibiscus

Fibrous root system is mostly found in

(A) Ferns
(B) Grasses
(C) Conifers
(D) Dicots

The symmetry of actinomorphic flower is

(A) Bilateral
(B) Asymmetric
(C) Radial
(D) lateral

Epigynous flower is

(A) with superior ovary
(B) in guava, cucumber
(C) in mustard, brinjal
(D) with perigynous ovary

Aestivation in carissa and gulmohur is

(A) valvate
(B) Vexillary
(C) twisted
(D) imbricate

Varied lengths of staminae filaments within a flower is in

(A) Salvia
(B) Solanum
(C) Datura
(D) Lilium

Apocarpous gynoecium is found in

(A) Tomato
(B) Datura
(C) Lotus
(D) Cotton

Flower is asymmetric in

(A) Canna
(B) Cassia
(C) Calotropis
(D) mustard

Axillary buds are modified to thorns in :

(A) Acacia arabica
(B) Duranta
(C) Opuntia
(D) Roses

Tallest perennial grass is :

(A) Sugarcane
(B) Saccharum munja
(C) Bamboo
(D) Cynodon

Axillary stem tendrils are found in :

(A) Passiflora
(B) Vitis vinifera
(C) Antigonon
(D) Clematis

Offset type stem occurs in :

(A) Pistia
(B) Spirodela
(C) Lemna
(D) Wolffia

Mentha plant grows profusely by forming

(A) Suckers
(B) Runners
(C) Creepers
(D) Twiners

Stem is modified to fleshy phylloclade in

(A) Opuntia
(B) Ruscus
(C) Colocasia
(D) Oxalis