Fungi MCQs with Answers

Fungi MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘Fungi’. The study of fungi is known as ‘Mycology’. The fungi can be parasitic means they are dependent on host organisms for their nutrition and also can be saprotrophs. They can cause disease to plants as well as animals. Fungal pathology is the term for study of fungal diseases. Fungus are microscopic as well as macroscopic organisms. Microscopic fungus can be unicellular or multicellular.

The following set of MCQ will provide you more knowledge about ‘Fungi’.

MCQ.1): Fungi are ……………………………………………………….

a) Non-plants

b) Non-photosynthetic

c) Non-motile

d) Saprobes

MCQ.2): Fungi do releases …………………………………………………………….. To do break down of organic material or their host.

a) Chemicals

b) Digestive enzymes

c) Glycogen

d) Rhizomes

MCQ. 3): Body of fungi is known as …………………………………………………………………..

a)Thallus

b)Chitin

c)Stem

d)Leaves

MCQ.4): Which of the following chemical is used to kill fungi?

a) Pesticide

b) Fungicide

c) Insecticide

d) Algaecide

MCQ.5): …………………………………………………………… are the root like structure of hyphae that anchor the fungus.

a) Rhizoids

b) Stolons

c) Septa

d) Thallus

MCQ.6): Coenocytic fungi are …………………………………………………………..

a) With septa

b) One septa

c) Two septa

d) Without septa

MCQ.7): In asexual spores, the production of spores is by ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Single mycelium

b) Double mycelium

c) Triple mycelium

d) Quaternary mycelium

MCQ.8): Which of the following is bread molds?

a) Basidiomycota

b) Zygomycota

c) Lichens

d) AM fungi

MCQ.9): Which of the following show benefits of fungus to the humans?

a) Human diseases

b) Allergies

c) Toxins

d) Hormone production

MCQ.10): The puccinia is also known as …………………………………………………………………………………….

a) Rust fungi

b) Golden fungi

c) Rock fungi

d) Blue fungi

MCQ.11): The molds that are consists of long, branched, thread like filaments of cells known as ……………………………………………………………………..

a) Hyphae

b) Henle

c) Hilum

d) Hamuli

MCQ.12): The fungi are important …………………………………………………………. Of organic matter.

a) Producers

b) Makers

c) Decomposers

d) Parasites

MCQ. 13):Which property of fungi separates them from plants?

a) Have chlorophyll

b) Have Stem

c) Lack of chlorophyll

d) Have petals

MCQ.14): ……………………………………………………….. Type of fungi is sexual fungi.

a) Anamorph

b) Imperfect mitotic

c) Holomorph

d) Telemorphs

MCQ.15): The nuclear fusion phase where positive and negative nuclei fuse to form a diploid zygote nucleus is also known as ………………………………………………………………………..

a) Karyogamy

b) Plasmogamy

c) Meiosis

d) Cell fusion

MCQ.16): Ascospores that are produced within spherical cell are known as ………………………………………………………………….

a) Smutes

b) Hyphae

c) Henle

d) Asci

MCQ.17): Economically important yeast produces ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Waste water

b) Avoid fermentation

c) Ethanol

d) Beer destroyer

MCQ.18): A small generated cell that becomes large and separate from mother cells is a process of ………………………………………………………………….

a) Fermentation

b) Budding

c) Fragmentation

d) Fission

MCQ.19): Some of yeasts produce buds which fail to detach themselves and forms short chain of cell known as ……………………………………………………………………..

a) Blue buds

b) Pseudohypha

c) Rusthenle

d) Candida

MCQ.20): Bread moulds and fruits are examples of ……………………………………………………………………….. Type of fungi.

a) Zygote fungi

b) Sac fungi

c) Club fungi

d) Puffballs

 

 

Answer

1) d) Saprobes

2) b) Digestive enzymes

3) a) Thallus

4) b) Fungicide

5) a) Rhizoids

6) d) Without septa

7) a) Single mycelium

8) b) Zygomycota

9) d) Hormone production

10) a) Rust fungi

11) a) Hyphae

12) c) Decomposers

13) c) Lack of chlorophyll

14) d) Telemorphs

15) a) Karyogamy

16) d) Asci

17) c) Ethanol

18) b) Budding

19) b) Pseudohypha

20) a) Zygote fungi


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