Kingdom Plantae MCQs with Answers

Kingdom Plantae MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for the MCQ is ‘Kingdom Plantae’. It is the fourth kingdom. This kingdom includes all the plants which are multicellular autotrophic eukaryotes. Plants can found in different types of habitats like sea water, fresh water and deserts etc. It has a cell wall, green pigment, some are heterotrophs, some are insectivorous, some shows asexual reproduction and some shows sexual reproduction

The following MCQ will give you more information about ‘Kingdom Animalia’.

MCQ.1): …………………………………………………………………………..Is the sub kingdom which are spore producing plants that do not produce seeds and flowers.

a) Cryptogamae

b) Phanerogamae

c) Phaeophyceae

d) Rhodophyceae

MCQ.2):The sub-kingdom Phanerogamae is also called as …………………………………………………………………………….

a)Non seed plants

b)Non visible plants

c) Seed plants

d)Hidden plants

MCQ. 3):………………………………………………………………………..Is a type of algae which have cellulose and algin present in the cell wall.

a)Chlorophyceae

b)Phaecophyceae

c)Rhodophyceae

d)Bryophyta

MCQ.4):The Rhodophyceae is a type of algae which is also known as ……………………………………………………………………………….

a)Red algae

b)Brown algae

c)Green algae

d)Blue algae

MCQ.5):In the bryophytes, true roots are absent but ………………………………………………………………………..Are present.

a)Vascular tissue

b)Agar

c)Pectin

d)Rhizoids

MCQ.6):…………………………………………………………………. Are the only cryptogams with vascular tissue and also known as ‘vascular cryptogams’.

a) Pteridophyta

b) Mosses

c) Protonema

d) Leafy stage

MCQ.7): In the Pteridophyte, xylem consists of only tracheids and phloem consists of only ……………………………………………………………………………….

a) Epithelial cells

b) Squamous cells

c) Sieve cells

d) Columnar cells

MCQ.8): The development of sporophyte takes place without fusion of male and female gametes then is called as ………………………………………………………………………………….

a) Apogamy

b)Apospory

c) Sporangium

d) Soprogenesis

MCQ.9): In the cycas, corolloid roots are present that shows association with ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Mycorrhizae

b) Cyanobacteria

c) Blue-green algae

d) Both b) and c)

MCQ.10): When the fertilization occurs through a pollen tube in the gymnospermae, then the process is known as …………………………………………………………………………………..

a) Bulbils

b) Siphonogamy

c) Megaspores

d) Strobillus

MCQ.11): In the monocotyledonae,…………………………………………………………….. Cotyledon is present in the embryo.

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

MCQ.12): In the sexual reproduction of algae, When the fusing gametes are different then it is called as ………………………………………………………………………………….

a) Isogamy

b) Anisogamy

c) Oogamy

d) Zoospores

MCQ.13): …………………………………………………………………… is the commercial product obtained from Gelidium and Gracilaria which is used to grow microbes and used in the preparation of jellies.

a) Honey

b) Agar

c) Prawn

d) Cosmetics

MCQ.14): In the gametophyte, the female sex organ is known as …………………………………………………………………………….

a) Antheridium

b) Antherozoids

c) Haploid egg

d) Archegonium

MCQ.15): In Apospory condition, the gametophyte is ……………………………………………………………………….. In nature.

a) Haploid

b) Triploid

c) Diploid

d) Both a) and b)

MCQ.16): ………………………………………………………………… are the non-flowering plants and produces naked seeds.

a) Gymnosperms

b) Molluscans

c) Herbs

d) Dimorphic

MCQ.17): In the gymnosperms, ………………………………………………………

Are present but it is absent in the Angiosperms.

a) Double fertilization

b) Triploid endosperm

c) Ovary

d) Archegonia

MCQ.18): The cones that bears megasporophylls with ovules are known as ………………………………………………………………………..

a) Androcium

b) Female Strobili

c) Female egg

d) Female ovum

MCQ.19): In dicotyledonous, two cotyledons are present in the embryo and secondary growth is …………………………………………………………..

a) Absent

b) Non-visible

c) Present

d) Hidden

MCQ.20): Bryophyta are mostly terrestrial and are dependent on external water for the fertilization, Hence it is called as ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Reptilian plants

b) Amphibian plants

c) Molluscan plants

d) Avian plants

 

Answer

1) a) Cryptogamae

2) c) Seed plants

3) b) Phaecophyceae

4) a) Red algae

5) d) Rhizoids

6) a) Pteridophyta

7) c) Sieve cells

8) a) Apogamy

9) d) Both b) and c)

10) b) Siphonogamy

11) a) One

12) b) Anisogamy

13) b) Agar

14) d) Archegonium

15) c) Diploid

16) a) Gymnosperms

17) d) Archegonia

18) b) Female Strobili

19) c) Present

20) b) Amphibian plants


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