Inflorescence MCQs with Answers

Inflorescence MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘Inflorescence’. The arrangement of flowers on the peduncle and mode of development is known as Inflorescence. The following MCQ will give you more knowledge about ‘Inflorescence’.

MCQ.1):…………………………………………………………..Is defined as the aggregation of the flowers on the plants.

a) Inflorescence

b) Fruitrescence

c) Rootrescence

d) Leafrescence

MCQ.2): How many types are there in the inflorescence according to the mode of branching?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

MCQ. 3): In the Simple racemose inflorescence, racemose with elongated axis that carries pedicellate flowers (pedicels of equal length and example is ……………………………………………………………………………….

a) Cruciferae

b) Lobelia

c) Umbelliferae

d) Acarus

MCQ.4): ……………………………………………………………… type of simple racemose is with very short axis that carries pedicellate flowers and pedicels of equal lengths are radiating.

a) Racemose

b) Corymb

c) Umbel

d) Capitulum

MCQ.5): The main axis of a solitary inflorescence is called as ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Peduncle

b) Pedicel

c) Rachis

d) Receptacle

MCQ.6): The underground stem that develops unbranched naked peduncle is called as ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Thalamus

b) Rachis

c) Scape

d) Peduncle

MCQ.7): When the branches of main axis bear spikes, it is also known as ……………………………………………………………………………….

a) Racemose Corymb

b) Compound umbel

c) Compound Spike

d) Racemose penicle

MCQ.8): The marginal which have strap like corolla is called as ………………………………………………………………………………….

a) Ligulate florets

b) Disc florets

c) Tubular florets

d) None of them

MCQ.9): In the compound cymose, …………………………………………………………………………….. Is produced as a development of the bud of only one side either right or left.

a) Monochasium

b) Helicoid cyme

c) Scorpoid cyme

d) Capitulum

 

Answer

1) a) Inflorescence

2) c) Three

3) b) Lobelia

4) c) Umbel

5) a) Peduncle

6) c) Scape

7) c) Compound Spike

8) a) Ligulate florets

9) b) Helicoid cyme


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