General Science/Basic Science Morphology Of Angiosperms Flower Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A clear representation of orientation and symmetry of the flower and floral parts is known as





1.Floral formula

2.Floral diagram

3.Floral sketch

4.Aestivation


Question:
A condensed and modified shoot is





1.Axillary bud

2.Terminal bud

3.Flower

4.Fruit


Question:
A condition of free sepals is termed as





1.Polyphyllous

2.Polytepalous

3.Polysepalous

4.Polypetalous


Question:
A flower with a stalk is known as




1.Valvate

2.Petiolate

3.Exstipulate

4.Pedicellate


Question:
A gynoecium with united carpels is termed





1.Monocarpellary

2.Apocarpous

3.Syncarpous

4.Polycarpellary


Question:
A symbolic representation of flower and floral parts is by





1.Floral formula

2.Floral diagram

3.Floral sketch

4.Aestivation


Question:
A whorl of bracteoles seen below the calyx is named as




1.Corolla

2.Androecium

3.Gynoecium

4.Epicalyx


Question:
Aestivation in Annona is






1.Twised

2.Ascendingly imbricate

3.Descendingly imbricate

4.Valvate


Question:
Aestivation with regular overlapping is known as

1.Valvate

2.Twisted

3.Descendingly imbricate

4.Ascendingly imbricate


Question:
Arrangement of either sepals or petals of a flower in bud condition is known as


1.Placentation

2.Phyllotaxy

3.Aestivation

4.Venation


Question:
Ascendingly imbricate aestivation is found in





1.Caesalpiniceae

2.Fabaceae

3.Malvaceae

4.Asteraceae


Question:
Basal placentation is seen in





1.Asteraceae

2.Fabaceae

3.Musaceae

4.Rubiaceae


Question:
Calyx and corolla are called




1.Essential organs

2.Non-essential organs

3.Reproductive organs

4.Fertilization organs


Question:
Calyx attached to the ripe fruit is known as




1.Caducous

2.Persistent

3.Decidous

4.Gamosepalous


Question:
Corolla is composed of




1.Sepals

2.Petals

3.Tepals

4.Stamens


Question:
Descendingly imbricate aestivation is met with in the flowers of





1.Malvaceae

2.Fabaceae

3.Euphorbiaceae

4.Asteraceae


Question:
Diadelphous condition is seen in




1.Crotalaria

2.Hibiscus

3.Tridax

4.Cassia


Question:
Dioecious condition is seen in

1.Mango

2.Maize

3.Palmyra palm

4.Coconut palm


Question:
Epicalyx is seen in




1.Tridax

2.Agave

3.Hibiscus

4.Zinnia


Question:
Epigynous flowers have





1.Inferior ovary

2.Superior ovary

3.Semi-inferior ovary

4.Free ovary


Question:
Epipetalous stamens are seen in




1.Euphorbiaceae

2.Fabaceae

3.Rubiaceae

4.Malvaceae


Question:
Example for asymmetrical flower is





1.Hibiscus

2.Tridax

3.Crotalaria

4.Canna


Question:
Example for the polygamous plant is





1.Maize

2.Papaya

3.Paddy

4.Mango


Question:
Female flowers are known as





1.Staminate

2.Pistillate

3.Staminode

4.Pistillode


Question:
Flower in bud stage is protected by

1.Calyx

2.Epicalyx

3.Bract

4.Thalamus


Question:
Flowers with Calyx and Corolla are termed






1.Achlamydeous

2.Monochlamydeous

3.Dichlamydeous

4.Gamopetalous


Question:
Flowers with neither Calyx nor Corolla is named as



1.Achlamydeous

2.Monochlamydeous

3.Dichlamydeous

4.Perianth lobes


Question:
Flowers without symmentry are termed





1.Actinomorphic

2.Zygomorphic

3.Asymmetrical

4.Pentamerous


Question:
Gynoecium without fertile ovule is referred as





1.Staminode

2.Pistillode

3.Staminate

4.Pistillate


Question:
Hypogynous flowers have




1.Inferior ovary

2.Superior ovary

3.Semi-inferior ovary

4.Free ovary


Question:
If the tepals are united it is termed as





1.Gamosepalous

2.Gamopetalous

3.Gamphyllous

4.Polypetalous


Question:
In cucumber the placentation is




1.Basal

2.Parietal

3.Axile

4.Marginal


Question:
In Irregular corolla the petals are


1.Dissimilar

2.Similar

3.Gamopetalous

4.Polypetalous


Question:
In the young stage flower buds are protected by





1.Androecium

2.Gynoecium

3.Corolla

4.Bracts


Question:
Inner most whorl of the flower is called




1.Gynoecium

2.Androecium

3.Corolla

4.Calyx


Question:
Marginal placenta is found in




1.Hibiscus

2.Tridax

3.Cucumber

4.Clitoria


Question:
Microspores are found inside





1.Pistil

2.Pollen sac

3.Stamen

4.Filament


Question:
Monadelphous condition is seen in






1.Fabaceae

2.Asteraceae

3.Musaceae

4.Malvaceae


Question:
Monoecious conditions is seen in







1.Maize

2.Palmyra palm

3.Papaya

4.Mango


Question:
ndividual segments of perianth is called






1.Sepal

2.Petal

3.Tepal

4.Carpel


Question:
Petals are seen in






1.Calyx

2.Corolla

3.Androecium

4.Gynoecium


Question:
Pistil is made up of





1.Sepals

2.Petals

3.Stamens

4.Carpels


Question:
Posterior odd petals is inner most in





1.Musaceae

2.Malvaceae

3.Fabaceae

4.Caesalpinicea


Question:
Sepals that fall after fertilization is referred as





1.Caducous

2.Persistent

3.Decidous

4.Polysepalous


Question:
Small bracts present between flower and the bract are called




1.Thalamus

2.Pedicel

3.Bracteoles

4.Peduncle


Question:
Special leaves of whose axil flowers develop are known as




1.Peduncle

2.Thalamus

3.Bract

4.Bracteole


Question:
Stamen stalk is termed as




1.Filament

2.Connective

3.Pedicel

4.Peduncle


Question:
Stamens are seen in





1.Calyx

2.Corolla

3.Androecium

4.Gynoecium


Question:
Stamens attached to the petals are termed as






1.Episepalous

2.Epipetalous

3.Epitepalous

4.Polypetalous


Question:
Staminode is found in





1.Cephalandra

2.Guava

3.Cassia

4.Accacia


Question:
Sterile stamens are called

1.Pistillode

2.Pistillate

3.Staminode

4.Staminate


Question:
Symmetry of Actinomorphic flower is



1. bilateral

2.radial

3.heteromorphic

4.Pentamerous


Question:
Syngenesious anther are seen in




1.Malvaceae

2.Fabaceae

3.Asteraceae

4.Euphorbiaceae


Question:
Thalamus is also known as




1.Rachis

2.Peduncle

3.Torus

4.pedicel


Question:
The attachment of ovule to the wall of the ovary is by




1.Septum

2.Placenta

3.Stigma

4.Stigma


Question:
The basal part of the gynoecium is

1.Stigma

2.Style

3.Ovary

4.Stamen


Question:
The carpels are otherwise known as





1.Microsporophyll

2.Cataphyll

3.Megasporophyll

4.Pistil


Question:
The chamber of the ovary is called as





1.Locule

2.Ovule

3.Bracteole

4.Style


Question:
The distribution of placenta inside the ovary is known as


1.Aestivation

2.Phyllotaxy

3.Placentation

4.Venation


Question:
The flower in Cephalandra is




1.Hypogynous

2.Perigynous

3.Epigynous

4.Free ovary


Question:
The flower with uniform floral parts is termed as




1.Isomerous

2.Anisomerous

3.Trimerous

4.Pentamerous


Question:
The male part of the flower is





1.Calyx

2.Corolla

3.Androecium

4.Gynoecium


Question:
The other name for stamen is






1.Cataphyll

2.Megasporophyll

3.Microsporophyll

4.Sporophyll


Question:
The outermost whorl of the flower is




1.Gynoecium

2.Androecium

3.Calyx

4.Corolla


Question:
The ovary of Hibiscus rosasinensis is





1.Inferior

2.Superior

3.Semi-inferior

4.Free ovary


Question:
The stalk of the flower is called






1.Peduncle

2.Pedicel

3.Bract

4.Thalamus


Question:
The swollen structure upon which floral parts are arranged is termed as





1.Pedicel

2.Petiole

3.Thalamus

4.Bracts


Question:
The symbol EbrI denotes





1.Bracteate

2.Ebracteate

3.Bracteolate

4.Ebracteolate


Question:
The third whorl of the flower is called





1.Gynoecium

2.Androecium

3.Corolla

4.Calyx


Question:
The tip of the floral axis is termed





1.Pedicel

2.Peduncle

3.Rachis

4.Torus


Question:
The type of placentation in Euphor � biaceae is





1.Basal

2.Parietal

3.Axile

4.Marginal


Question:
Undifferentiated accessory whorl is termed as




1.Calyx

2.Corolla

3.Perianth

4.Stamen


Question:
When the petals are similar the corolla is




1.Gamopetalous

2.Polypetalous

3.Regular

4.Irregular


Question:
Wholly or partially united sepals is described as





1.Episepalous

2.Gamosepalous

3.Gamopetalous

4.Gamotepalous


Question:
Zygomorphic condition is seen in




1.Canna

2.Crotalaria

3.Hibiscus

4.Tridax


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