Morphology of Flowering Plants MCQs and Answers with FREE PDF

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1. The morphological nature of edible part of coconut is

a) Cotyledon

b) Perisperm

c) Pericarp

d) Endosperm

2. ———— are the non-essential parts of a flower

a) Androecium and gynoecium

b) Sepals and carpels

c) Sepals and petals

d) Sepals and gynoecium

3. Four long and two short stamens are found in

a) Asteraceae

b) Brassicaceae

c) Liliaceae

d) Solanaceae

4. A fruit developed from a condensed inflorescence is

a) Composite fruit

b) Simple fruit

c) Aggregate fruit

d) Etaerio

5. Radial symmetry is found in the flowers of

a) Cassia

b) Pisum

c) Trifolium

d) Brassica

6. The stem modified into flat, green organs performing the function of leaves

a) Phyllodes

b) Cladodes

c) Phylloclades

d) Scales

7. Leaves become modified into spines in

a) Opuntia

b) Onion

c) Silk cotton

d) Pea

8. Geocarpic fruits are formed in

a) Onion

b) Carrot

c) Groundnut

d) Watermelon

9. Testa of seed develops from

a) Hilum

b) Funicle

c) Ovary wall

d) Outer integument

10. Replum is found in the ovary of

a) Brassicaceae

b) Malvaceae

c) Liliaceae

d) Asteraceae

11. One seeded winged fruit is

a) Nut

b) Samara

c) Cypsela

d) Achene

12. Veins of the leaves are useful for

a) Mechanical support

b) Transport of water and minerals

c) Transport of organic nutrients

d) All of the above

13. Placenta and pericarp are edible portions in

a) Potato

b) Banana

c) Tomato

d) Apple

14. ———- is an edible underground stem

a) Potato

b) Groundnut

c) Sweet potato

d) Carrot

15. Vexillum is found in

a) Cruciferae

b) Rosaceae

c) Solanaceae

d) Papilionaceae

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