Reproduction in Plants MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 12 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science with Answers

Q1. The male reproductive part is:

(i) pistil
(ii) stamen
(iii) ovary
(iv) flower

(ii) stamen

Q2. Mature ovule forms

(i) Buds
(ii) Endosperm
(iii) Fruit
(iv) Seed

(iv) Seed

Q3. Seeds of drumstick and maple are carried to long distances by wind because they possess

(i) winged seeds
(ii) large and hairy seeds
(iii) long and ridged fruits
(iv) spiny seeds

(i) winged seeds

Q4. Reproduction through the vegetative parts of a plant is known as

(i) Sexual Reproduction
(ii) Asexual Reproduction
(iii) Vegetative Propagation
(iv) Pollination

(iii) Vegetative Propagation

Q5. Part of the plant that take part in sexual reproduction is

(i) seed
(ii) fruit
(iii) flower
(iv) branch

(iii) flower

Q6. Female reproductive part is:

(i) stamen
(ii) pollen grain
(iii) bud
(iv) pistil

(iv) pistil

Q7. It is more economical to propagate potato through

(i) Whole tuber
(ii) Seeds
(iii) Tissue culture
(iv) Piece of tubers

(iv) Piece of tubers

Q8. The ovaries of different flowers may contain

(i) only one ovule
(ii) many ovules
(iii) one to many ovules
(iv) only two ovules

(iii) one to many ovules

Q9. Reproduction in yeast takes place by

(i) zygote
(ii) Spore formation
(iii) Fragmentation
(iv) Budding

(iv) Budding

Q10. The ‘eye’ of the potato plant is what

(i) the root is to any plant
(ii) the bud is to a flower
(iii) the bud is to Bryophyllum leaf
(iv) the anther is to stamen

(iii) the bud is to Bryophyllum leaf

Q11. The process in which plant can give rise to new plants without seeds is called:

(i) asexual reproduction
(ii) sexual reproduction
(iii) pollination
(iv) fragmentation

(i) asexual reproduction

Q12. Growth of a new organism on or inside the parent body is called

(i) Fragmentation
(ii) Grafting
(iii) Budding
(iv) all of these

(iii) Budding

Q13. Pollination refers to the:

(i) transfer of pollen from anther to ovary
(ii) transfer of male gametes from anther to stigma
(iii) transfer of pollen from anther to stigma
(iv) transfer of pollen from anther to ovule

(iii) transfer of pollen from anther to stigma

Q14. The cell which results after fusion of the gametes is called

(i) Spore
(ii) Embryo
(iii) Zygote
(iv) Pistil

(iii) Zygote

Q15. The ovaries of different flowers may contain

(i) only one ovule
(ii) many ovules
(iii) one to many ovules
(iv) only two ovules

(iii) one to many ovules

Q16. The production of new individuals from their parents in known as:

(i) pollination
(ii) reproduction
(iii) fertilisation
(iv) fragmentation

(ii) reproduction

Q17. Rose plant is grown by

(i) Leaf cutting
(ii) Stem cutting
(iii) Seed
(iv) Root cutting

(ii) Stem cutting

Q18. The flower which contain either pistil or stamen is called

(i) Unisexual flowers
(ii) Asexual flowers
(iii) Bisexual flowers
(iv) None of these

(i) Unisexual flowers

Q19. In fungus, reproduction takes place by

(i) budding
(ii) spore formation
(iii) fragmentation
(iv) binary fission

(ii) spore formation

Q20. A small bulb like projection, which comes out of yeast all is called:

(i) bud
(ii) spores
(iii) zygete
(iv) flower

(i) bud

Q21. The cell which is formed after fusion of gametes is called _.

(i) spore
(ii) embryo
(iii) pistil
(iv) zygote

(iv) zygote

Q22. A spore producing plant is

(i) rose
(ii) potato
(iii) bread mould
(iv) ginger

(iii) bread mould

Q23. Which of the following contains male gamete?

(i) Filament
(ii) Ovule
(iii) Pollen
(iv) Anther

(iii) Pollen

Q24. Splitting up of filaments of algae in two or more than two parts is called:

(i) fertilisation
(ii) fragmentation
(iii) pollination
(iv) reproduction

(ii) fragmentation

Q25. Small bulb like projection coming out of the yeast cell is called

(i) Bud
(ii) Spore
(iii) Node
(iv) Bulb

(i) Bud

Q26. The zygote develops into

(i) a seed
(ii) an ovule
(iii) a fruit
(iv) an embryo

(iv) an embryo

Q27. Which of the following plant bear bisexual flower?

(i) Corn
(ii) Papaya
(iii) Cucumber
(iv) Mustard

(iv) Mustard

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