Botany/Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: . In gymnosperm pollination is exclusively by

1.animals

2.wind

3.insects

4.water


Question: A fern differs from moss in having

1.An independent gametophyte

2.An independent sporophyte

3.Presence of archegonia

4.Swimming antherozoids


Question: A gymnospermic plant

1.bear flower

2.exhibit no vascular tissue

3.produce seeds in cones

4.does not produce seeds in cones


Question: A specialised organ of the sporophyte for attachment to the gametophyte is called

1.Stalk

2.Foot

3.Apophysis

4.Root


Question: Ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen is found in

1.Leaves of some crop plants

2.Chlorella

3.Some marine red algae

4.Some blue green algae


Question: According to the available fossil record, which of the following are the first vascular plants

1.cycads

2.horsetails

3.lycopsids

4.psilophytales


Question: Agar-Agar is obtained from

1.Gelidium

2.Polysiphonia

3.Fucus

4.Laminaria


Question: Algae differ from Riccia ana Marchantia in having

1.Multicellular body

2.Multicellular sex organs

3.Pyrenoids in the cell

4.Thalloid body


Question: All of the following plants are heterosporous except

1.Pinus

2.Marselia

3.Selaginella

4.Dryopteris


Question: Alternation of generation is exhibited by

1.bryophytes

2.pteridophytes

3.gymnosperms

4.all plants


Question: Bryophyte differ from pteridophytes in being

1.Non-vasculature

2.Seeded

3.Vasculature

4.Sporophytic


Question: Cephaleoures is

1.An epiphytic green algae

2.A parasitic green algae

3.A fresh water green algae

4.A colourless red algae


Question: Circinate vernation is found in

1.cycas

2.fern

3.a and b

4.none of these


Question: Conducting tissue in moss is made up of

1.Xylem and phloem

2.Xylem

3.Collenchyma

4.Parenchyma


Question: Coralloid roots are found in

1.Cycas

2.Dryopteris

3.Pinus

4.Lycopodium


Question: Endosperm in gymnosperm is formed

1.at the time of fertilization

2.before fertilization

3.after fertilization

4.along with the development of embryo


Question: Fern plants are

1.mesophytes

2.Hydrophytes

3.Xerophytes

4.hygrophytes


Question: Gymnosperm differ from angiosperm

1.having seeds

2.having fruits

3.having naked ovules

4.none of these


Question: Heterocysts are

1.Green and thin walled

2.Green and thick walled

3.Colourless and thin walled

4.Colourless and thick walled


Question: If the chromosome number in the leaf of Funaria is 20, what will be the chromosome number in the spores

1.20

2.40

3.10

4.5


Question: If the leaf of Funaria has 5 chromosomes, the primary protonema will have

1.10

2.5

3.15

4.20


Question: In Pteridophyte, reduction division occurs when

1.spores are formed

2.gametes are formed

3.Prothallus is formed

4.sex organs are formed


Question: In which of the following feature angiosperm resemble gymnosperm

1.presence of ovules

2.presence of vessel

3.nature of endosperm

4.mode of fertilization


Question: In which of the following group would you place a plant which produce seeds but lacks flower

1.pteridophytes

2.Fungi

3.bryophytes

4.gymnosperms


Question: In which of the following group would you place a plant which produces spores, has vascular tissue and lacks seed

1.Algae

2.Pteridophyte

3.Gymnosperm

4.Bryophyte


Question: Iodine is obtained from

1.Ulothrix

2.Ectocarpus

3.Laminaria

4.Oedogonium


Question: Kelps is obtained from

1.Algae

2.Marine algae

3.Aquatic algae

4.Lichens


Question: Largest sperms are found in

1.Pinus

2.Cedrus

3.Cycas

4.Gnetum


Question: Liverworts are closely related to

1.Algae

2.fungi

3.Lichen

4.Mosses


Question: Megasporophyll is the term used in gymnosperm to denote

1.carpels

2.stamens

3.leaves

4.female cone


Question: Most primitive living vascular plants are

1.brown algae

2.sphagnum

3.ferns

4.cycads


Question: One of the following is present in blue green algae

1.Starch

2.Any polysaccharide

3.Cyanophacean granule

4.Floridian starch


Question: Origin and evolution of sex in algae is best seen in

1.Blue green algae

2.Green algae

3.Red algae

4.Brown algae


Question: Perisperm is

1.outgrowth of the outer integument

2.surviving nucellus in the seed

3.outgrowth of funicles

4.all of these


Question: Phloem of gymnosperm differ from angiosperm in

1.having parenchyma

2.having no companion cells

3.having no sieve tubes

4.having no sclerenchyma


Question: Phloem of gymnosperm differ from angiosperm in

1.having parenchyma

2.having no companion cells

3.having no sieve tubes

4.having no sclerenchyma


Question: Plants which are not differentiated into roots, stem and leaves are grouped under

1.Gymnosperms

2.Pteridophytes

3.Thallophytes

4.Spermatophytes


Question: Prothallus represents

1.gametophytic phase in a fern

2.sporophytic phase in a fern

3.gametophytic phase in a angiosperm

4.gametophytic phase in a gymnosperm


Question: Pteridophytes are also called

1.phanerogams

2.vascular cryptogams

3.amphibians of the plant kingdom

4.spermatophytes


Question: Sargasso sea is named after an algae Sargassum which is a

1.Green algae

2.Brown algae

3.Red algae

4.Blue green algae


Question: Spore baring leaf is called

1.sorus

2.indusium

3.ramentum

4.sporophyll


Question: The dominant generation in Pteridophyte is

1.haploid

2.gametophytic

3.diploid

4.triploid


Question: The first land inhabitant plants are

1.Pteridophytes

2.Bryophytes

3.Gymnosperms

4.Angiosperms


Question: The megasporium is also known as

1.ovule

2.nucellus

3.fruit

4.micropyle


Question: The most advanced order in gymnosperms

1.Cycadales

2.Coniferales

3.Gnetales

4.Taxales


Question: The only positive evidence of aquatic ancestry of bryophyte is

1.Thread like protonema

2.Green colour

3.Some forms are still aquatic

4.Ciliated sperms


Question: The protonema is a stage in the life cycle of

1.Riccia

2.Funaria

3.All bryophytes

4.Cycas


Question: The structure that produce gametes in the Prothallus are

1.anthers and archegonia

2.ascogonium and anthers

3.antheridia and archegonia

4.none of these


Question: The unique feature of bryophytes compared to other green plant group is that

1.They produce spores

2.They lack vascular tissue

3.They lack roots

4.There sporophyte is attached to the gametophyte


Question: To which group would you assign a plant which produces spores and embryos, but lacks seed and vasculature

1.Algae

2.Fungi

3.Pteridophyte

4.Bryopyte


Question: What happens to the spore of ferns

1.it germinates to become a prothallus

2.it germinates to become another spore forming a fern plant

3.it joins with another spore to become a seedling

4.it encysts and is devoured by snail


Question: Which are the most primitive group of algae

1.Blue green algae

2.Red algae

3.Brown algae

4.Green algae


Question: Which group of plant constitute the lower bryophytes

1.Liverworts

2.Mosses

3.Anthoceratles

4.Jungermaniales


Question: Which is wrong in respect to bryophytes?

1.Water is essential for fertilization

2.Presence of archegonia

3.Presence of ciliated sperms

4.Presence of autotrophic independent sporophyte


Question: Which of the algae is responsible for red colour of red sea

1.Chlamydomonas brauii

2.Trichodesmium erythrium

3.Ulothrix zonata

4.None of the above


Question: Which of the following is diploid in moss plant

1.Spore

2.Leaves

3.Spore mother cell

4.Gametes


Question: Which of the following is the amphibian of the plant kingdom?

1.Pteridophytes

2.Bryophytes

3.Gymnosperms

4.Angiosperms


Question: Which of the following is the most advanced group of algae

1.Cyanophyta

2.Rhodophyta

3.Phaeophyta

4.Chlorophyta


Question: Zooidogamy is seen in

1.Cycas

2.Gnetum

3.Pinus

4.angiosperm


Question: Zygotic meiosis is a characteristic feature of

1.Algae

2.Bryophytes

3.Pteridophytes

4.Gymnosperms


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