Anatomy of flowering plants Quiz

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Anatomy of flowering plants

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The plant which reproduces by apical meristem is

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Lignin is the main constituent of

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Angiosperms have

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The chief function of sieve tubes is

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Lateral meristem is responsible for

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Which of the following are simple tissues?

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Dermal tissue is derived from

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Collenchyma tissue is characterized by

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Which of the following tissues is present in the leaves of Pinus to conduct water and food?

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The given figures are types of elements (1 and 2) which are constituted by one type of complex tissue (3) of a plant . Identify 1, 2 and 3.

6 5

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Tissue is

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Meristematic cells are

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The casparian strips of root endoderm is contain a mixture of

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Vessels differ from tracheids

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Dermatogen, periblem and plerome are

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The function of a vessel is

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Root cap in dicots is formed from

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Healing of wound in plants takes place by the activity of

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A cap like region of slowly dividing or inactive cells in the middle of highly meristematic cells (between meristem and root cap) is

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Collenchyma tissue is characterised by

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Vascular cambium of the root is an example of

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Mechanical tissue consisting of living cells is

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Vessels are absent in

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At maturity which of the following is enucleate?

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All xylem elements when mature are dead except

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Meristematic tissues include

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Which meristem helps in increasing girth?

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Porous wood contains mainly

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According to Histogen theory, the plerome gives rise to

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Which part of plant tissue is being described by the given statements?

(i) It is made up of elongated, tapering cylindrical cells which have dense cytoplasm and nucleus.

(ii) The cell wall is composed of cellulose and has pits through which plasmodesmatal connections exist between the cells.

iii) It is absent in most of the monocotyledons.

Choose the correct option.

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