Anatomy of Flowering Plants MCQ Questions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 6 with Answers

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Q1. Casparian strips occur in the cells of

(i) Exodermis
(ii) Epiderms
(iii) Hypodermis
(iv) Endoderms

(iv) Endoderms

Q2. A.T.S. of a young dicot root can be distinguished from that of a young dicot stem by the presence of

(i) radial arrangement of xylem and phloem
(ii) collateral arrangement of xylem and phloem
(iii) interfascicular cambium
(iv) intrafascicular cambium

(i) radial arrangement of xylem and phloem

Q3. Vessels and companion cells are respectively present in the xylem and phloem of

(i) Gymnosperm
(ii) Pteridophytes
(iii) Angiosperm
(iv) Bryophyta

(iii) Angiosperm

Q4. Which of the following statements is true?

(i) Tracheids are unicellular with wide lumen
(ii) Vessels are unicellular with wide lumen.
(iii) Tracheids are multicellular with narrow lumen
(iv) Vessels are multicellular with narrow lumen.

(i) Tracheids are unicellular with wide lumen

Q5. Quiscent centre is located in

(i) Shoot apex
(ii) Root apex
(iii) Bud apex
(iv) Leaf apex

(ii) Root apex

Q6. In a monocot leaf

(i) bulliform cells are absent from the eqidermis
(ii) veins from a network
(iii) mesophyll is well differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma
(iv) mesophyll is not differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma

(iv) mesophyll is not differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma

Q7. The secondary growth of woody angiosperm stem occurs by

(i) Cork cambium and apical meristem
(ii) Cork cambium and lateral meristem
(iii) Vascular cambium and apical meristem
(iv) Vascular cambium and cork cambium

(iv) Vascular cambium and cork cambium

Q8. A narrow layer of thin walled cells found between phloem/ bark and wood of a dicot is

(i) vascular cambium
(ii) pericycle
(iii) cork cambium
(iv) endodermis

(i) vascular cambium

Q9. Secondary meristem develops from

(i) Apical meristem
(ii) Permanent tissue
(iii) Secondary tissue
(iv) Vascular combium

(ii) Permanent tissue

Q10. Which of the following is not a feature of spring wood?

(i) Color of the wood is light.
(ii) Density is less.
(iii) Cambium is active.
(iv) Lesser number of xylary elements.

(iv) Lesser number of xylary elements.

Q11. In a hollow stem, what is most affected

(i) Conduction of food
(ii) Conduction of water
(iii) Storage of food
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Storage of food

Q12. The chief water conducting elements of xylem in gymnosperms are :

(i) tracheids
(ii) fibres
(iii) transfusion tissue
(iv) None of these

(i) tracheids

Q13. Intercalary meristem is derived from

(i) Apical meristem
(ii) Protoderm
(iii) Calyptrogen
(iv) Lateral meristem

(i) Apical meristem.

Q14. Closed vascular bundles lacks

(i) pith
(ii) xylem
(iii) cambium
(iv) xylem vessels

(iii) cambium

Q15. Stem of date palm increases in girth due to activity of

(i) Intercalary meristem
(ii) Apical meristem
(iii) Lateral meristem
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Apical meristem

Q16. The cork cambium, cork and secondary cortex are collectively called

(i) periderm
(ii) phelloderm
(iii) phellogen
(iv) phellem

(i) periderm

Q17. Nucleus is absent in

(i) Vessels
(ii) Sieve tube elements
(iii) Tracheid
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q18. Quiescent centre is present in the

(i) apical meristem
(ii) shoot meristem
(iii) lateral meristem
(iv) root meristem

(iv) root meristem

Q19. Which of the following provide maximum mechanical strength to a tree trunk.

(i) Heart wood
(ii) Sap wood
(iii) Cork
(iv) Late wood

(i) Heart wood

Q20. Root hair arises from

(i) epiblema
(ii) endodermis
(iii) pericycle
(iv) cortex

(i) epiblema

Q21. Youngest secondary xylem occurs

(i) Just outside the vascular cambium
(ii) Just inside the vascular cambium
(iii) Just outside the vascular cambium
(iv) Just inside the cork cambium

(ii) Just inside the vascular cambium.

Q22. Callose deposition is found in

(i) tracheids
(ii) companion cells
(iii) sieve areas
(iv) phloem parenchyma

(iii) sieve areas

Q23. Which among the following are elongated or tube like cells withthick and lignified walls and tapering ends?

(i) Xylem fibres
(ii) Xylem parenchyma
(iii) Vessels
(iv) Tracheids

(iv) Tracheids

Q24. Diffuse porous woods are characteristic of plants growing in

(i) alpine region
(ii) cold winter regions
(iii) temperature climate
(iv) tropics

(iv) tropics

Q25. The common bottle cork is a product of

(i) Phellogen
(ii) Vascular cambium
(iii) Dermatogen
(iv) Xylem

(i) Phellogen

Q26. Mesophll cells in a leaf are

(i) Sclerenchymatous
(ii) Collenehymatous
(iii) Parenchymatous
(iv) Meristem

(iii) Parenchymatous

Q27. Stem develops from

(i) radicle
(ii) cotyledon
(iii) mesocarp
(iv) plumule

(iv) plumule

Q28. Which tissue remains more active during autumn

(i) Cork cambium
(ii) Vascular cambium
(iii) Parenchyma
(iv) Sclerenchyma

(ii) Vascular cambium

Q29. Which of the following does not have stomata?

(i) Submerged hydrophytes
(ii) Xerophytes
(iii) Mesophytes
(iv) Hydrophytes

(i) Submerged hydrophytes

Q30. Lateral root arise from

(i) Cambium
(ii) Pericycle
(iii) Epidermis
(iv) Endodermis

(ii) Pericycle

Q31. Stem grows in girth due to

(i) outer cortical
(ii) epidermis
(iii) vascular cambium
(iv) phellogen

(iii) vascular cambium

Q32. In a woody dicotyledonous tree, which of the following parts will mainly consist of primary tissues?

(i) all parts
(ii) stem and root
(iii) flowers, fruits and leaves
(iv) shoot tips and root tips

(iii) flowers, fruits and leaves

Q33. Which of the following plant shows multiple epidermis?

(i) Nerium
(ii) Croton
(iii) Allium
(iv) Cucurbita

(i) Nerium

Q34. Vascular bundle having cambium is

(i) Closed
(ii) Open
(iii) Colleral
(iv) Conjoint

(ii) Open

Q35. Which of the following helps in the curling of the leaf surface?

(i) Bulliform cells
(ii) Xylem tissue
(iii) Palisade parenchyma
(iv) Bundle sheath cells

(i) Bulliform cells

Q36. Fibre (longest plant cell), belongs to which tissue –

(i) Parenchyma
(ii) Collenchyma
(iii) Aerenchyma
(iv) Sclerenchyma

(iv) Sclerenchyma

Q37. In land plants, the guard cells differ from other epidermal cells in having

(i) chloroplasts
(ii) mitochondria
(iii) cytoskeleton
(iv) endoplasmic reticulum

(i) chloroplasts

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