Morphology of Flowering Plants MCQ Questions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 5 with Answers

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Q1. Phyllode is a modification of

(i) Root
(ii) Flower
(iii) Petiole
(iv) Bud

(iii) Petiole

Q2. Which one of the following plants dose not have root – pockets

(i) Pistia
(ii) Lemna
(iii) Ficus
(iv) Eichhornia

(iii) Ficus

Q3. Fibres are usually obtained from the members of –

(i) Solanaceae
(ii) Malvaceae
(iii) Leguminosae
(iv) Cruciferae

(ii) Malvaceae

Q4. Which part of the coconut produces coir?

(i) Mesocarp
(ii) Pericarp
(iii) Seed coat
(iv) Epicarp

(i) Mesocarp

Q5. Which one of the following underground, fleshy structure is a stem?

(i) Carrot
(ii) Potato
(iii) Turnip
(iv) Sweet Potato

(ii) Potato

Q6. The petiole is swollen and spongy in

(i) Nepenthes
(ii) Trapa
(iii) Clematis
(iv) all of the above

(ii) Trapa

Above

Q7. Placentation in tomato and lemon is

(i) Parietal
(ii) Free central
(iii) Marginal
(iv) Axile

(iv) Axile

Q8. Insectivorous plants grow in

(i) nitrogen deficient soil
(ii) magnesium deficient soil
(iii) carbon deficient soil
(iv) calcium deficient soil

(i) nitrogen deficient soil

Q9. The place on stem or branch form where one or more leaves arise is called

(i) Apex
(ii) Bud
(iii) Internode
(iv) Node

(iv) Node

Q10. Exceptional roots of Cuscuta are

(i) haustorial
(ii) coralloid
(iii) mucorhizal
(iv) all of the above

(i) haustorial

Q11. Inulin found in Dahlia tuberous roots is a:

(i) Carbohydrate
(ii) Protein
(iii) Lipid
(iv) Enzyme

(i) Carbohydrate

Q12. Perisperm is

(i) part of endosperm
(ii) remnant of embryo
(iii) persistant nucellus
(iv) remnant of endosperm

(i) part of endosperm

Q13. Roots that grow from any part of the plant body other than the radicle are called

(i) Tap roots
(ii) Adventitious roots
(iii) Modified roots
(iv) Aerial roots

(ii) Adventitious roots.

Q14. Artabotrys is a hook climber in which the hooks are modified

(i) inflorescence axis
(ii) petiole
(iii) roots
(iv) stipules

(i) inflorescence axis

Q15. Edible part of knol khol is:

(i) Inflorescence
(ii) Leaves
(iii) Roots
(iv) Stem

(iv) Stem

Q16. In a cereal grain the single cotyledon of embryo is represented by

(i) scutellum
(ii) coleoptile
(iii) prophyll
(iv) coleorrhiza

(i) scutellum

Q17. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of root?

(i) Absence of buds
(ii) Presence of chlorophyll
(iii) Presence of root cap
(iv) Presence of Unicellular hair

(ii) Presence of chlorophyll

Q18. In tamarind, the pinnate leaf is

(i) bipinnate
(ii) tripinnate
(iii) paripinnate
(iv) imparipinnate

(i) bipinnate

Q19. Which of the following is not a seed surface fiber-

(i) Kapok
(ii) Silk cotton
(iii) Cotton
(iv) Dhaincha

(iv) Dhaincha

Q20. Which one of the following is a true fruit?

(i) Coconut
(ii) None of these
(iii) Cashew nut
(iv) Apple

(i) Coconut

Q21. Mesocarp and endocarp is the edible part of the fruit of

(i) Apple
(ii) Mango
(iii) Banana
(iv) Litchi

(iii) Banana

Q22. In Lathyrus, the leaves are modified into

(i) thorns
(ii) cladodes
(iii) tendrils
(iv) spines

(iii) tendrils

Q23. Flowers in which only one set of essential organs is present are said to be

(i) Polygamous
(ii) Bisexual
(iii) Dioecious
(iv) Unisexual

(iv) Unisexual

Q24. Hypanthodium is

(i) inflorescence
(ii) fruit
(iii) ovary
(iv) None of these

(i) inflorescence

Q25. What do you eat in coconut?

(i) Mesocarp
(ii) Fruit wall
(iii) Entire seed
(iv) Embryo

(iii) Entire seed

Q26. Potato tuber is an underground stem because

(i) it lacks chlorophyll
(ii) it is swollen
(iii) it possesses axillary buds
(iv) it stores starch as reserve food material

(iii) it possesses axillary buds

Q27. Botanical name of ‘Ashok’ is:

(i) Albizzia lebec
(ii) Ashoka indiana
(iii) Abrus indica
(iv) Saraca indica

(iv) Saraca indica

Q28. Clove is

(i) flower bud
(ii) thalamus
(iii) axillary bud
(iv) ovule

(i) flower bud

Q29. The positions of shoot apex in monocot embryo is

(i) Lateral
(ii) Basal
(iii) Sub-terminal
(iv) Terminal

(i) Lateral

Q30. Floating roots are characteristic of

(i) Tinospora
(ii) Jussiaea
(iii) Viscum
(iv) Vanda

(ii) Jussiaea

Q31. The white, translucent, fleshy and edible structure present between seed and pericarp is

(i) Aril
(ii) Integument
(iii) Exocarp
(iv) Cupule

(i) Aril

Q32. Maize grain is a fruit known as

(i) caryopsis
(ii) achene
(iii) cypsela
(iv) legume

(i) caryopsis

Q33. Epipetalous is condition of

(i) Aestivation of petal
(ii) Placentation
(iii) Stamens
(iv) Position of ovary

(iii) Stamens

Q34. In which of the following plants stems do not store the food material

(i) potato
(ii) ginger
(iii) onion
(iv) colocasia

(iii) onion

Q35. Heterospory and seed habit are often discussed in relation to a structure called

(i) spathe
(ii) bract
(iii) petiole
(iv) ligule

(iv) ligule

Q36. Ovary is said to be half inferior in which of the following conditions?

(i) Perigynous
(ii) Hypogynous
(iii) Epigynous
(iv) None of these

(i) Perigynous

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