The most important part of the plant for continuation of the life of the species __
The type of vegetative propagation seen in Chrysanthemum is ______
Successfully grafted plants bear the flowers and fruits characteristic of the ____ .
(C) either scion or stock
(D) a mixture of scion and stock
Sugarcane is normally grown by _____
Unequal daughter cells are produced in _
Vegetative propagation in sweet potato is by __
Vegetative propagation in Bryophyllum is by
(D) none of the above
Multiple fission is seen in ____
Which of the following shows budding?
Which is the most common method of reproduction in bacteria?
(A) Binary fission
(B) Multiple fission
(D) Spore formation
Which of the following shows spore formation?
Regeneration is observed in ____.
Which of the following does not show regeneration?
Which of the following is not an artificial method of vegetative propagation?
In potato, vegetative propagation takes place by
Many unicellular organisms reproduce by the process of
(D) non disjunction
Fission is an asexual process
(A) that allows regeneration of lost body parts
(B) that occurs in individuals that live in isolated areas
(C) in which a parent separates into two or more individuals
(D) in which a parent fragments into several pieces
Which of the following statements regarding sexual reproduction is true 1
(A) Sexual reproduction creates an individual that is a genetic copy of one parent
(B) Sexual reproduction generates greater genetic variation than asexual reproduction.
(C) Sexual reproduction allows animals to expand their populations faster than asexual reproduction.
(D) Populations of organisms that reproduce through sexual reproduction generally have difficulty in adapting to changing environments.
Reproductive systems with external fertilization are most common in
(A) terrestrial animals.
(B) populations with many more males than females
(C) animals that are widely dispersed.
(D) aquatic animals.
An example of asexual reproduction in plants is
(A) growing plants from cuttings
(B) formation of flower and fruit
(C) grass growing from seed
(D) growing plants from embryo