Chapter 5 Morphology of Flowering Plants MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Chapter 5 Morphology of Flowering Plants MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Q 1.: Tuberous roots are found in

(A) Beta vulgaris

(B) Daucus carota

(C) Ipomoea batatas

(D) Raphanus sativus

Option – (c)

Q 2.: Rhizome, which grows vertically upwards are

(A) Corms

(B) Stolon

(C) Bulbils

(D) Root stock

Option – (d)

Q 3.: The type of leaf in Daucus carota is

(A) Simple

(B) Bipinnate

(C) Tripinnate

(D) Decompound

Option – (d)

Q 4.: Which of the following have succulent root?

(A) Opuntia

(B) Aloe

(C) Agave

(D) Asparagus

Option – (d)

Q 5.: Edible part of cauliflower is

(A) Bud

(B) Inflorescence

(C) Flower

(D) Fruit

Option – (b)

Q 6.: Leaf blade is spinous in case of

(A) Nerium

(B) Ziziphus

(C) Argemone

(D) Cannabis

Option – (c)

Q 7.: Umbel inflorescence is found in

(A) Musa 

(B) Colocasia

(C) Coriandrum

(D) Helianthus

Option – (c)

Q 8.: Pneumatophores are present in

(A) Mangroves

(B) Xerophytes

(C) Hydrophytes

(D) Lithophytes

Option – (a)

Q 9.: Trimerous flower, superior ovary and axile placentation are the characteristics of

(A) Liliaceae

(B) Cucurbitaceae

(C) Solanaceae

(D) Compositae

Option – (a)

Q 10.: The flower of Hibiscus is

(A) Regular, Bisexual, hypogynous and incomplete

(B) Regular, unisexual, hypogynous and complete

(C) Regular, bisexual, epigynous and complete

(D) Regular, bisexual, hypogynous and complete

Option – (c)

Q 11.: The arrangement of the ovules on the placentae developed from the central axis of the ovary is called

(A) Parietal placentation

(B) Axile placentation

(C) Basal placentation

(D) Marginal placentation

Option – (b)

Q 12.: Haustoria are found in

(A) Cuscuta

(B) Vanda

(C) Heritera

(D) Dahlia

Option – (a)

Q 13.: Inflorescence of Ficus is

(A) Raceme

(B) Spike

(C) Hypanthodium

(D) Verticillaster

Option – (c)

Q 14.: Which of the following plant parts can respire even int the absence of oxygen

(A) Seeds

(B) Roots

(C) Stems

(D) Leaves

Option – (b)

Q 15.: Long filamentous threads protruding at the end of a young cob of maize are

(A) Anthers

(B) Styles

(C) Ovaries

(D) Hairs

Option – (b)

Q 16.: Free central placentation is found in

(A) Brassicaceae

(B) Caryophyllaceae

(C) Asteraceae

(D) Malvaceae

Option – (b)

Q 17.: A characteristic feature of ovary of Brassica compestris is

(A) Presence of replum

(B) Axile placentation

(C) Epigynous

(D) Multilocular nature

Option – (a)

Q 18.: The lateral roots originate from

(A) Endodermal cells

(B) Pericycle cells

(C) Epiblema

(D) Cortical cells below root hairs

Option – (b)

Q 19.: Clinging roots are found in

(A) Orchids

(B) Trapa

(C) Podostemon

(D) Screwpine

Option – (A)

Q 20.: A student collected a hydrophyte with swollen petiole and with a single vascular bundle in the root. The plant which he collected was

(A) Jussiaea

(B) Trapa

(C) Ceratophyllum

(D) Potamogeton

Option – (b)

Q 21.: Expanded green stem of Opuntia is called

(A) Phylloclade

(B) Tendril

(C) Bulbs

(D) Cladode

Option – (a)

Q 22.: Floating roots are the characteristic feature of

(A) Viscum

(B) Cuscuta

(C) Vanda

(D) Jussiaea

Option – (d)

Q 23.: Number of female flowers in a cyathium inflorescence is

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Several

Option – (a)

Q 24.: Winged petioles are characteristic of

(A) Polygonum

(B) Citrus

(C) Neem

(D) Banana

Option – (b)

Q 25.: Scaly bulb stem modification is seen in

(A) Allium

(B) Lilium

(C) Scilla

(D) Ginger

Option – (b)

Q 26.: Spadix is an inflorescence found only in

(A) Monocots

(B) Dicots

(C) Both (a) and (b)

(D) None of the above

Option – (a)

Q 27.: Empty glumes are

(A) Petals

(B) Bracts 

(C) Anthers

(D) Carpels

Option – (b)

Q 28.: Inflorescence axis is called

(A) Rachis

(B) Pedicle

(C) Petiole

(D) Peduncle

Option – (d)

Q 29.: Sucking roots are present in the plant

(A) Betel

(B) Cuscuta

(C) Mangifera

(D) Solanum

Option – (b)

Q 30.: The photosynthetic or assimilatory roots are observed in

(A) Banyan

(B) Vanda

(C) Cuscuta

(D) Tinospora

Option – (d)

Q 31.: Tetradynamous stamens are found in family

(A) Malvaceae

(B) Solanaceae

(C) Cruciferae

(D) Liliaceae

Option – (c)

Q 32.: Which one of the following is an example of cleistogamy? 

(A) Sunflower

(B) Vallisneria

(C) Commelina

(D) Calotropis

Option – (c)

Q 33.: Lateral roots arise from

(A) Pericycle

(B) Cortex

(C) Endodermis

(D) Stele

Option – (a)

Q 34.: Ginger is an underground stem. It is distinguish from root because

(A) It lacks chlorophyll

(B) It stores food

(C) It has nodes and internodes

(D) It has xylem and vessels

Option – (c)

Q 35.: Epigynous flowers with numerous stamens are found in

(A) Ranunculus muricatus

(B) Fragaria indica

(C) Croton roxburghii

(D) Syzygium cuminis

Option – (d)

Q 36.: Desert grasses often roll their leaves due to presence of

(A) Oily surface

(B) Bulliform cells

(C) Spines

(D) None of the above

Option – (b)

Q 37.: If a primary root continues to grow, the type of root system will be known as

(A) Secondary

(B) Fibrous

(C) Tap

(D) Stilt

Option – (c)

Q 38.: A fibrous root system is excellent for

(A) Food storage

(B) Nitrogen fixation

(C) Absorbing water from deeper layer of soil

(D) Providing good anchorage for the plant

Option – (d)

Q 39.: Bract is a modified 

(A) Petal

(B) Sepal

(C) Leaf

(D) Involucre

Option – (c)

Q 40.: Ginger multiples vegetatively by

(A) Bud 

(B) Tuber

(C) Stem

(D) Rhizome

Option – (d)

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