NEET Botany Plant Kingdom NCERT,NEET UG Biology online test MCQs

Plant Kingdom Mock Test-2

NEET Botany Plant Kingdom Mock Test-2

W The following is a filamentous brown alga

(A) Chlamydomonas
(B) Volvox
(C) Scenedesmus
(D) Ectocarpus

Marine algae with massive plant body are called as

(A) Phytoplankton
(B) Kelps
(C) Coenobials
(D) Palmelloids

The most common type of asexual spores seen in algae are

(A) Zoospores
(B) Aplanospores
(C) Akinetes
(D) Autospores

Oogamy is seen in
I) Volvox
II) All species of chlamydomonas
III) Spirogyra

IV) Fucus

(A) I, II
(D) I, IV

Non flagellated gametes are seen in

(A) Ulothrix
(B) Volvox
(C) Spirogyra
(D) Fucus

Much of the global photosynthesis is carried out by

(A) Algae
(B) Bryophytes
(C) Pteridophytes
(D) Angiosperms

These algae are used as food
I) Porphyra
II) Laminaria

III) Sargassum

(A) I, II only
(B) II, III only
(C) I, III only
(D) I, II, III

Algin is the product of

(A) Green algae
(B) Blue – green algae
(C) Brown algae
(D) Red algae

Carrageen is the product of

(A) Rhodophyceae
(B) Bryophytes
(C) Mosses
(D) Ferns

Agar – Agar is obtained from

(A) Gelidium
(B) Fucus
(C) Polysiphonia
(D) Laminaria

Space travellers use the following alga to fulfill their food requirements

(A) Chlamydomonas
(B) Chlorella
(C) Scenedesmus
(D) Porphyra

Chlorophyceae members are called as green algae because they appear green coloured due to the presence of

(A) Chlorophyll a
(B) Chlorophyll b
(C) Chlorophyll a and b
(D) Chlorophyll a, b, c, d

There is much variation in the shape of chloroplast among the algae of

(A) Rhodophycea
(B) Phaeophyceae
(C) Chlorophyceae
(D) Xanthophyceae

Pyrenoids are structures made of

(A) starch and store proteins
(B) proteins and store starch
(C) proteins and store lipids
(D) lipids and store starch

The most common cell wall materials in green algae are

(A) Cellulose, hemicellulose
(B) Hemicellulose, pectin
(C) Cellulose, pectin
(D) Pectin and Xylan

This is a red alga

(A) Polysiphonia
(B) Dictyota
(C) Laminaria
(D) Sargassum

Largest algae belong to the class

(A) Chlorophyceae
(B) Coniferaceae
(C) Phaeophyceae
(D) Rhodophyceae

Algin is cell wall coating of

(A) Green algae
(B) Red algae
(C) All algae
(D) Brown algae

Fronds are seen in

(A) Green algae
(B) Blue – green algae
(C) Ectocarpus
(D) Laminaria

Asexual spores of phaeophyceae are

(A) non motile
(B) motile with two unequal lateral flagella
(C) motile with two unequal anterior flagella
(D) motile with two equal lateral flagella