General Science/Basic Science Anatomy Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A group of cells similar in structure and function





1.Tissue

2.Organ

3.Organism

4.Organogenesis


Question:
Aerenchyma is found in




1. Aquatic plants

2.Xerophytic plants

3.Mesophytic plants

4.Epiphytic plants


Question:
Cells are isodiametric with intercellular space in




1.Parenchyma

2.Collenchyma

3.Sclerenchyma

4.Xylem


Question:
Cells with dense cytoplasm are found in

1.Meristematic tissue

2.Parenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
Cells with large intercellular cavities are seen in

1.Xylem

2.Phloem

3.Cambium

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
Cells with prominent nuclei are seen in




1.Meristematic tissue

2. Parenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
Cells without intercellular space are found in




1.Meristematic tissue

2.Parenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
Collenchyma cells are living and often contain





1.Leucoplasts

2.Chromoplasts

3.Choroplasts

4.No plastids


Question:
Companion cells are specialized









1.Parenchyma

2.Aerenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Collenchyma


Question:
Conducting elements of Phloem is





1.Companion cells

2.Sieve elements

3.Vessels

4.Tracheids


Question:
Corners of the cells are thickened in





1.Aerenchyma

2.Chlorenchyma

3.Parenchyma

4.Collenchyma


Question:
Cytoplasm with prominent nucleus are seen in


1.Xylem vessels

2.Xylem fibres

3.Sieve elements

4.Companion cells


Question:
Deposition of secondary walls are net like in





1.Annular

2.Spiral

3.Reticulate

4.Scalariform


Question:
Elongation of the inter node is helped by



1.Phloem

2.Xylem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Lateral meristem


Question:
Example for Complex tissue is




1.Parenchyma

2.Sclerenchyma

3.Phloem

4.Collenchyma


Question:
Example for complex tissue is

1.Parenchyma

2.Sclerenchyma

3.Aerenchyma

4.Xylem


Question:
Example for simple tissue is





1.Xylem

2.Phloem

3.Cambium

4.Parenchyma


Question:
Food materials are conducted by




1.Chlorenchyma

2.Vessels

3.Xylem

4.Phloem


Question:
Hard, rigid secondary walls are found in

1.Parenchyma

2.Aerenchyma

3.Collenchyma

4.Sclerenchyma


Question:
Imperforate cells are seen in






1.Tracheids

2.Vessels

3.Sieve elements

4.Companion cells


Question:
Increase in girth of stem and root is achieved by




1.Simple tissues

2.Xylem

3.Phloem

4.Lateral meristem


Question:
Increase in length is due to the activity of





1.Apical meristem

2.Lateral meristem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Simple tissues


Question:
Ladder like thickening is found in the following tracheid





1.Annular

2.Spiral

3.Scalariform

4.Reticulate


Question:
Large lumen is found in



1.Vessels

2.Companion cells

3.Sieve tube cells

4.Tracheids


Question:
Lignified walls are seen in





1.Parenchyma

2.Chlorenchyma

3.Collenchyma

4.Vessels


Question:
Long, pipe-like structure are called



1.Tracheae

2.Tracheids

3.Companion cells

4.Sieve elements


Question:
Multi cellular embryo develops from





1.Sperm

2.Egg

3.Zygote

4.Gamete


Question:
New cells are added by

1.Permanent tissue

2.Meristematic tissue

3.Ground tissue

4.Vascular tissue


Question:
Permanent tissues are formed by the differentiation of the cells produced by





1.Apical meristem

2.Lateral meristem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Ground tissues


Question:
Phellogen and vascular cambium are

1.Apical meristem

2.Lateral meristem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Simple tissues


Question:
Phloem consists of





1.Tracheids

2.Vessels

3.Sclereids

4.Companion cells


Question:
Plant body of angiosperm is





1.Prokaryotic

2.Unicellular

3.Multi cellular

4.All the three


Question:
Primary xylem is formed by





1.Protoxylem

2.Metaxylem

3.Pro cambium

4.Vascular cambium


Question:
Secondary permanent tissues are formed from

1.Apical meristem

2.Lateral meristem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Simple tissues


Question:
Secondary walls with lamellations are seen in



1.Tracheids

2.Vessels

3.Fibres

4.Stone cells


Question:
Secondary xylem is formed by




1.Metaxylem

2.Protoxylem

3.Pro cambium

4.Vascular cambium


Question:
Selerenchyma fibres are as long as





1.35 cm

2.45 cm

3.55 cm

4.65 cm


Question:
Strength to the younger organs is given by




1.Aerenchyma

2.Collenchyma

3.Parenchyma

4.Chlorenchyma


Question:
The chief water conducting elements of ferns and gymnosperm are


1.Vessels

2.Tracheids

3.Sieve elements

4.Companion cells


Question:
The fibres are known as




1.Supporting cells

2.Stone cells

3.Vessels

4.Tracheids


Question:
The function of chlorenchyma is





1.Photosynthesis

2.Support

3.Flexibility

4.Vascular tissue


Question:
The function of Parenchyma is

1.Photosynthesis

2.Support

3.Storage

4.Flexibility


Question:
The gritty nature of the pear fruit is due to

1.Tracheids

2.Sclereids

3.Fibres

4.Vessels


Question:
The Meristem that occur parallel to the long axes





1.Lateral meristem

2.Apical meristem

3.Intercalary meristem

4.Phloem


Question:
The other name for Stone cells is




1.Companion cells

2.Sieve tube cells

3.Sclereids

4.Tracheids


Question:
The secondary walls of Sclerenchyma are made of

1.Suberin

2.Lignin

3.Pectin

4.Cellulose


Question:
The tissue occurring in growing regions are





1.Apical meristem

2.Intercalary meristem

3.Lateral meristem

4.Parenchyma


Question:
The tissue that give buoyancy to the plants





1.Parenchyma

2.Collenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
The tissue which occur between regions of permanent tissues is known as


1.Apical meristem

2.Intercalary meristem

3.Lateral meristem

4.Parenchyma


Question:
The tissue which perpetuate itself by active cell division is





1.Permanent tissue

2.Meristematic tissue

3.Ground tissue

4.Vascular tissue


Question:
The wall are lignified in





1.Sclereids

2.Tracheids

3.Fibres

4.Parenchyma


Question:
Thick primary walls are seen in




1.Companion cells

2.Sieve elements

3.Vessels

4.Tracheids


Question:
Tissue that occur in strands are characteristic of




1.Parenchyma

2.Collenchyma

3.Sclerenchyma

4.Aerenchyma


Question:
Trees of higher plants continue to grow through out their life because of the presence of


1.Permanent tissue

2.Meristematic tissue

3.Ground tissue

4.Vascular tissue


Question:
Uneven thickness of the cell walls is seen in

1.Collenchyma

2.Screenchyma

3.Chlorenchyma

4.Phloem


Question:
Various kinds of tissue of plants are differentiated from





1.Permanent tissue

2.Meristematic tissue

3.Ground tissue

4.Vascular tissue


Question:
Water and Mineral salts are conducted by





1.Xylem

2.Phloem

3.Cambium

4.Parenchyma


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