Chapter 6 Anatomy of Flowering Plants MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Chapter 6 Anatomy of Flowering Plants MCQs for Class 11 Biology

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Q 1.: Root caps are absent in

(A) Mesophytes

(B) Xerophytes

(C) Hydrophytes

(D) Lithophytes

Option – (c)

Q 2.: Which of the following is not a characteristic feature of bryophytes?

(A) Dominant gametophytic generation

(B) Filamentous rhizoids

(C) Amphibious habitat

(D) Vascular tissues

Option – (d)

Q 3.: In jowar, perianth is represented by

(A) Lodicules

(B) Lemma

(C) Glumes

(D) Ligule

Option – (a)

Q 4.: Conjoint collateral closed vascular bundle is found in

(A) Monocot stem

(B) Monocot root

(C) Dicot stem

(D) Dicot root

Option – (a)

Q 5.: Pith is a central part of the ground tissues generally made up of

(A) Parenchyma

(B) Collenchyma

(C) Chlorenchyma

(D) Sclerenchyma

Option – (a)

Q 6.: Interfascicular cambium is found

(A) Between pith and vascular bundle

(B) Between two vascular bundles

(C) In the vascular bundle

(D) Outside the bundle

Option – (b)

Q 7.: In monocot roots, which type of vascular bundles are found?

(A) Collateral, conjoint and closed 

(B) Radial with exarch xylem

(C) Bicollateral, conjoint and closed

(D) Radial with endarch xylem

Option – (b)

Q 8.: Fascicular, interfascicular and extra-stealer cambium together constitute

(A) Ground meristem

(B) Apical meristem

(C) Intercalary meristem

(D) Lateral meristem

Option – (d)

Q 9.: Which tissue gives rise to secondary growth? 

(A) Apical meristem

(B) Adventitious roots

(C) Germinating seed

(D) Vascular cambium

Option – (d)

Q 10.: A common structural feature of vessel elements and sieve tube elements is

(A) Thick secondary walls

(B) Pores on lateral walls

(C) Presence of P-proteins

(D) Enucleate condition

Option – (b)

Q 11.: The cells without nuclei are present in 

(A) Vascular cambium

(B) Root hair

(C) Companion cell

(D) Members of sieve tube

Option – (d)

Q 12.: Complex tissue includes

(A) Collenchyma

(B) Apical meristem

(C) Conducting tissue

(D) Idioblast

Option – (c)

Q 13.: The chief function of sieve tube element is to

(A) Conduct minerals

(B) Help the plant in forming wood

(C) Transport water from roots to leaves 

(D) Translocate the organic material from source to sink

Option – (d)

Q 14.: Aerenchyma is helpful in plants by

(A) Providing buoyancy in hydrophytes

(B) Absorption in stilt roots

(C) Giving mechanical strength to plants

(D) Giving flexibility to plants

Option – (a)

Q 15.: Amphivasal  vascular bundle possesses

(A) Xylem around phloem

(B) Phloem around xylem

(C) Phloem on both sides of xylem

(D) Phloem towards centre and xylem towards periphery

Option – (a)

Q 16.: The vascular cambial ring of dicot stem is

(A) Primary in origin

(B) Secondary in origin

(C) Embryonic in origin

(D) Partly primary and partly secondary in origin

Option – (d)

Q 17.: Cork tissue arises from

(A) Periderm  

(B) Phellogen

(C) Phelloderm

(D) Phellem

Option – (b)

Q 18.: In rhizome of Pteridium, stele, which is composed of two or more than two concentric rings of vascular bundles is called

(A) Polycyclic 

(B) Siphonostele

(C) Ectophloic siphonostele

(D) Cladosiphonostele

Option – (a)

Q 19.: As secondary growth proceeds in a dicot stem, the thickness of 

(A) Sapwood increases

(B) Heartwood increases

(C) Both sapwood and heartwood increase

(D) Both sapwood and heartwood remain the same 

Option – (c)

Q 20.: Exarch and polyarch xylem strands are found in

(A) Monocot stem

(B) Dicot stem

(C) Monocot root

(D) Dicot root

Option – (c)

Q 21.: Intercalary meristem is a derivative of 

(A) Lateral meristem

(B) Promeristem

(C) Primary meristem

(D) Secondary meristem

Option – (c)

Q 22.: The waxy material deposited in the Casparian strip of the endodermis is 

          (A) Pectin

(B) Suberin

(C) Cellulose,Hemicellulose

(D) Lignin

Option – (b)

Q 23.: Fusiform initial forms

(A) Vascular rays

(B) Ray parenchyma

(C) Tracheary elements

(D) Primary phloem

Option – (c)

Q 24.: Maximum number of vascular bundles is present in

(A) Monocot stem

(B) Monocot root

(C) Dicot stem

(D) Dicot root

Option – (b)

Q 25.: A vascular bundle without pith is

(A) Protostele

(B) Siphonostele

(C) Solenostele

(D) None of the above

Option – (a)

Q 26.: Vascular bundle, in which two patches of phloem are present on both of xylem, is

(A) Collateral

(B) Bicollateral

(C) Concentric

(D) Radial

Option – (b)

Q 27.: Velamen tissue is found in 

(A) Mesophytes

(B) Epiphytes

(C) Hydrophytes

(D) Xerophytes

Option – (b)

Q 28.: The secondary meristem  initiates

(A) Basal  growth

(B) Transverse growth

(C) Radial growth

(D) Vertical growth

Option – (c)

Q 29.: Tyloses thickenings are seen in

(A) Collenchyma

(B) Phloem cells

(C) Ray parenchyma only

(D) Ray parenchyma and xylem cells

Option – (d)

Q 30.: Meristematic cells contain more of

(A) Fats 

(B) Protein

(C) Sugar

(D) Salts

Option – (d)

Q 31.: Duramen is present in

(A) Inner region of secondary wood 

(B) Part of sapwood

(C) Outer region of secondary wood

(D) Region of pericycle

Option – (a)

Q 32.: Identify the plant parts whose transverse section shows a clear and prominent pith. 

(A) Dicot and monocot stems

(B) Dicot stem and monocot root

(C) Dicot and monocot roots

(D) Dicot stem and dicot root

Option – (b)

Q 33.: P-proteins are associated with

(A) Sieve tube elements 

(B) Xylem parenchyma

(C) Trichomes

(D) Tracheids and vessels

Option – (a)

Q 34.: Viral infection is usually absent in

(A) Phloem cells

(B) Xylem cells

(C) Pith cells

(D) Apical meristem

Option – (d)

Q 35.: Which of the following tissues consists of living cells?

(A) Vessel

(B) Tracheid

(C) Companion cell

(D) Sclerenchyma

Option – (c)

Q 36.: Casparian strip is a characteristic feature of 

(A) Pericycle 

(B) Periblem

(C) Endodermis

(D) Hypodermis

Option – (c)

Q 37.: In a barley stem, vascular bundles are

(A) Open and scattered 

(B) Closed and scattered 

(C) Open and in a ring

(D) Closed and radial

Option – (b)

Q 38.: Sunken stomata are found in leaves of 

(A) Trifolium

(B) Lemna

(C) Nerium

(D) Lilium

Option – (c)

Q 39.: Alburnum is otherwise known as

(A) Periderm

(B) Sapwood

(C) Heartwood

(D) Bark

Option – (b)

Q 40.: Science which deals with the study of ageing is known as

(A) Teratology

(B) Gerontology

(C) Limnology

(D) Palaeontology

Option – (b)

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