Anatomy of Flowering Plants Part II Quiz

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Anatomy of Flowering Plants Part II

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Amphiphloic (bicollateral) condition of stele means that

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A stele with a central core of xylem surrounded by phloem is called

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Largest number of chloroplast is found in

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The innermost layer of cortex which shows casparian thickenings in its cells is called as

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Other names of secondary cortex, cork cambium and cork are

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Vascular cambium is a meristematic layer that cuts off

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Tissue present in an annual ring is

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In root, pericycle gives rise to

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If four radial vascular bundles are present, then the structure will be

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Considering the root apex of monocotyledons, there are three groups of initials. These are

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In monocot roots, which types of vascular bundles are found?

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In dicot root

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Cortex in the monocot root constitutes

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A bicollateral vascular bundle has which of the following arrangement of tissues?

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Conjoint, collateral and closed vascular bundle is found in

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Lateral root in higher plants arise from:

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As the secondary growth takes place (proceeds) in a tree, thickness of

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T.S. of stem of Cucurbita can be identified from the T.S. of sunflower stem by the presence of

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Fascicular cambium found in dicot stem is a

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The axillary buds arise

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Secondary growth is absent in

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Monocot root differs from dicot root in having

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Vascular bundles having xylem and phloem sit at the same radius is termed as

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Which of the following is not characteristic feature of the anatomy of dicotyledonous root?

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Vascular bundles in which phloem is found on both sides of xylem are called

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Match the following.
A. Collenchyma               (i) Specialised epidermal Cells
B. Subsidiary cells           (ii) Mechanical support for growing plants
C. Casparian strips leaf    (iii) Mesophyll tissue of dicot
D. Spongy parenchyma    (iv) Suberin deposition in the radial walls of endodermis

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Read the different components from (i) to (iv) in the list given below and tell the correct order of the components with reference to their arangement from outer side to inner side in a woody dicot stem.

(i) Secondary cortex    (ii) Wood

(iii) Secondary phloem  (iv) Phellem

The correct order is

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Which of the following is correct sequence of layers in typical monocot root (from outer surface to inside)?

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In woody dicotyledons, the arrangement of vessels is either diffuse porous or ring porous. Based on these data, which one of the following statements is correct?

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For as uccessful graft, the adhesion between stock and scion is a must. Which one of the following is the earlest event towards a good graft?

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