Morphology of plants MCQs with Answers

Morphology of plants MCQs

Hello students, our topic for the MCQ is ‘Morphology of plants’. The morphology of plants refers to the study of physical form and external appearance of plants. Plant morphology is mainly used for the visual identification of plants. The branch morphology examines structure of plant and different types of plants. It also examines pattern of development in the plants.

The following set of MCQ will give you more knowledge on above topic.

MCQ.1): Which part of the plant develops from radicle of the embryo during seed germination?

a) Flower

b) Fruits

c) Leaf

d) Roots

MCQ.2): The nodes and internodes are …………………………………………………………………………. In the roots of plants.

a) Present

b) Absent

c) 1 node and 2 internodes

d) 2 node and 3 internodes

MCQ. 3): ………………………………………………………………………. Is the tender apex of the root which is protected with multicellular cap like structure.

a) Root cap

b) Root hair

c) Root pocket

d) All of them

MCQ.4): Pistia and Eichhornia both are hydrophytes and in these hydrophytes root cap is replaced by ………………………………………………………………….

a) Mucilage

b) Root pocket

c) Root hair

d) Tender apex

MCQ.5): The normal function of root in the plant body is ……………………………………………………………………………..

a) Absorption of water

b) Photosynthesis

c) Leaf development

d) Locomotion

MCQ.6): The main root that is having branches is the ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Primary roots

b) Secondary roots

c) Tertiary roots

d) Quaternary roots

MCQ.7): The adventitious root system of plant is also known as …………………………………………………………………………..

a) Tap roots

b) True roots

c) Fibrous roots

d) Basic roots

MCQ.8): State the following statement is true or false.

“The fibrous roots or adventitious roots grow very deep into the soil”

a) True

b) False

MCQ.9): The buds that develops into the branches are known as ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Vegetative buds

b) Floral buds

c) Flower bud

d) Root bud

MCQ.10): ………………………………………………………………… bud of the vegetative bud is located at the apex of the stem in the Plants.

a) Axillary buds

b) Adventitious buds

c) Accessory bud

d) Apical bud

MCQ.11): The Rhizome which is dorsoventrally thickened brownish stem that grows horizontally under the surface of the soil, Hence known as …………………………………………………………………………. Modification.

a) Aerial

b) Sub-aerial

c) Underground

d) Terrestrial

MCQ.12): ……………………………………………………………… is the discoid stem which is with compactly arranged fleshy leaves above and adventitious roots below.

a) Corm

b) Bulb

c) Thorn

d) Rhizome

MCQ. 13): In the modification of stem, axillary bud is modified to form a thin wire like structure which is highly sensitive is called as ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Weak stem

b) Tendril stem

c) Sensitive stem

d) Climbing stem

MCQ.14): In Cucurbita, which extra bud is modified into tendril?

a) Floral bud

b) Flower bud

c) Axillary bud

d) None of them

MCQ.15): In the Dioscorea, the part which gets detached from the plant when falls on the ground and develops into new plant is called as …………………………………………………………………….

a) Bulbils

b) Cladode

c) Corm

d) Arbi

MCQ.16): In the leaf base type, some leguminous plants have the leaf blade of swollen type which is known as ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Sheath

b) Stipules

c) Pulvinus

d) None of them

MCQ.17): The veins and veinlets of the leaf form a branches like structure or network, then it is known as ……………………………………………………………………….

a) Round venation

b) Parallel venation

c) Square venation

d) Reticulate venation

MCQ.18): Which type of mid-vein have two or more prominent veins?

a) Multicostate

b) Unicostate

c) Paracostate

d) Hexacostate

MCQ.19): The leaf of mango tree have ………………………………………………………………..Type of mid-vein.

a) Tetracostate

b) Unicostate

c) Hexacostate

d) Dicostate

MCQ.20): When all the leaflets are attached at the common point or one point like fingers then it is …………………………………………………………………………..Type of compound leaf.

a) Palmately

b) Pinnately

c) Phyllotaxy

d) Leaf spines

 

Answer

1) d) Roots

2) b) Absent

3) a) Root cap

4) b) Root pocket

5) a) Absorption of water

6) b) Secondary roots

7) c) Fibrous roots

8) b) False

9) a) Vegetative buds

10) d) Apical bud

11) c) Underground

12) b) Bulb

13) b) Tendril stem

14) c) Axillary bud

15) a) Bulbils

16) c) Pulvinus

17) d) Reticulate venation

18) a) Multicostate

19) b) Unicostate

20) a) Palmately


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