Gymnosperm MCQs with Answers

Gymnosperm MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for MCQ is ‘Gymnosperm’. These are seed bearing plants where gymnast means naked and sperma means seeds. Also, ovules are not exposed by ovary walls and they remain exposed.

The following MCQs will provide you more about ‘Gymnosperm’.

MCQ.1): Which group belongs to the seed producing plants which includes conifers and cycads?

a) Autotrophs

b) Heterotrophs

c) Gymnosperms

d) Angiosperms

MCQ.2): Another meaning of gymnosperm is ………………………………………………………………………..

a) Non visible seeds

b) Rounds seeds

c) Wrinkled seeds

d) Naked seed

MCQ. 3): The gymnosperms are ……………………………………………………………… that means they produce different male and female spores.

a) Homosporous

b) Heterosporous

c) Microspores

d) Megaspores

MCQ.4): Gymnosperms do not bear ………………………………………………………………………..

a) Seeds

b) Fruits

c) Cones

d) None of them

MCQ.5): The sporangia that are formed on specialised leaves, it is known an ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Sporophylls

b) Sporophyte

c) Monoxylic

d) Psycnoxylic

MCQ.6): Which of the following part is thick, leathery in texture, lanceolate in shape and photosynthetic in function?

a) Stem

b) Roots

c) Leaflets

d) Stem base

MCQ.7): The appearance of branched mass like corals on the soil is …………………………………………………………………….

a) Glittery roots

b) Coralloid roots

c) Maasy roots

d) Lancy roots

MCQ.8): The stem shows irregular outline due to the presence of ………………………………………………………………, that’s why the epidermis is not continuous layer.

a) Stem

b) Roots

c) Tuberous root

d) Leaf bases

MCQ.9): In the cycas, vegetative reproduction is by means of …………………………………………………………………………….

a) Leaf

b) Bulbils

c) Corals

d) Seeds

MCQ.10): The male gametes of Cycas are ………………………………………………………………………… in size and largest in plant kingdom.

a) 180-210 µ

b) 350-450 µ

c) 500-650 µ

d) 630-750 µ

 

Answer

1) c) Gymnosperms

2) d) Naked seed

3) b) Heterosporous

4) b) Fruits

5) a) Sporophylls

6) c) Leaflets

7) b) Coralloid roots

8) d) Leaf bases

9) b) Bulbils

10) a) 180-210 µ


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