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Structural Organisation in Plants: Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants | Prepare NEET, MCAT, AIPMT | Entrance Exams

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 Structural Organisation in Plants
(Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants)
Biology (Botany) India Study Solution Test Series (Prepare with Confidence)

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Botany Objective Questions: Structural Organisation in Plants

Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 1 (Q. No 1-10)

Question 1: The albuminous cells occur in the 

a. Dicots

b. Monocots

c. Gymnosperms

d. All of these

Question 2: Tissue which is responsible for growth in the thickness of a dicot root or stem is

a. Cambium

b. Cork

c. Storage tissue

d. Root parenchyma

Question 3: Interfascicular cambium develops from the cells of

a. Xylem parenchyma

b. Endodermis

c. Pericycle

d. Medullary rays

Question 4: One of the primary function of the ground tissue in a plant is

a. Photosynthesis

b. To protect the plant

c. To anchor the plant

d. Water and sugar conduction


Question 5: Plant tissues are divided into meristematic and permanent tissues on which of the following basis?

a. Whether the plant is a dicot or a monocot

b. Whether the cells being formed are capable of dividing or not

c. Position

d. Origin

Question 6: Angular collenchyma is found in

a. Althaea

b. Cucurbita

c. Lactuca

d. Salvia

Question 7: Closed vascular bundles lack

a. Cambium

b. Pith

c. Ground tissue

d. Conjunctive tissue

Question 8: In root, the tangential as well as radial walls of the barrel-shaped endodermal cells have a deposition of water impermeable, waxy material-suberin in the form of

a. Cuticle strips

b. Protein strips

c. Casparian strips

d. Silicious strips

Question 9: Companion cells in plants are associated with

a. Vessels

b. Sieve tube elements

c. Tracheids

d. Phloem fibres

Question 10: The embryonic layer responsible for the development of Pericycle is

a. Periblem

b. Plerome

c. Dermatogen

d. Calyptrogen

Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants (Syllabus):

Morphology and modifications; Tissues and Tissue systems; Anatomy and functions of different parts of flowering plants: Root, Stem, Leaf, Inflorescence - Cymose and Recemose, Flower, Fruit and Seed; Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Plants

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Structural Organisation in Plants: Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants

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Answer 1:c. Answer 2: a. Answer 3: d. Answer 4: a. Answer 5: b. Answer 6: d. Answer 7: a. Answer 8: c. Answer 9: b. Answer 10: b.

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry – Concepts, Principles, Techniques, Classification, Nomenclature, Isomerism & Organic Reactions | NEET, JEE Preparation

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Organic Chemistry – Basic Principles, Classification, IUPAC Nomenclature, Purifications, Technique and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry

(Basic Principles, Classification, IUPAC Nomenclature, Isomerism, Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds)

India Study Solution Test Series – Set 4 (Q. No 31-40)

Question 31: The best method for the separation of naphthalene and benzoic acid from their mixture is

a. Sublimation

b. Filtration

c. Distillation

d. All of these

 

Question 32: An organic compound contains about 52% carbon. It could be:

a. ethanol

b. dimethyle

c. acetic acid

d. phenol

 

Question 33: The number of structural isomers in C4H10O will be

a. 7

b. 8

c. 5

d. 6

 

Question 34: A compound containing only carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, has a molecular weight of 44. On complete oxidation it is converted into a compound of molecular weight 60. The original compound is:

a. an aldehyde

b. an acid

c. an alcohol

d. an ether

 

Question 35: The least reactive alkene towards dil. HCl is

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Question 36: Kjeldahl’s method cannot be used for estimation of nitrogen in:

a. pyridine

b. azobenzene

c. nitrobenzene

d. all of these

 

Question 37: Which of the following chemical system is non aromatic?

Question 38: An organic compound contains carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Its elemental analysis gave C, 38.71% and H, 9.67%. The empirical formula of the compound would be:

a. CH2O

b. CH4O

c. CH3O

d. CHO

 

Question 39: In steam distillation of toluene, the pressure of toluene in vapour is

a. Equal to pressure of barometer

b. Less than pressure of barometer

c. Equal to vapour pressure of toluene in simple distillation

d. More than vapour pressure of toluene in simple distillation

 

Question 40: Alicyclic compounds are:

a. aromatic compounds

b. aliphatic cyclic compounds

c. heterocyclic compounds

d. none of the above

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Organic Chemistry 

(Basic Principles, Classification, IUPAC Nomenclature, Isomerism, Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds)

Hints and Solutions of Organic Chemistry Test Series (MCQ) – Set 4 (Q. No.31–40)

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Answer 31: b. Answer 32: a, b. Answer 33: a. Answer 34: a. Answer 35: d. Answer 36: d. Answer 37: a. Answer 38: c. Answer 39: b. Answer 40: b.

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NEET (AIIMS), MCAT - MCQ Test Series | Transportation in Plants | Mineral Nutrients | Plant Physiology

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 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY (Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition)
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Each set comprising carefully selected, 10 MCQ questions with answers and hints (given at the end) from our Biology Solutions.

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Botany Practice Questions: Plant Physiology

(Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition)

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 2 (Q. No 11-20)

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Question 11: Diffusion is a ______ process and is not dependent on ______.

a. Slow, gradient of concentration

b. Slow, living system

c. rapid, temperature

d. Rapid, pressure

 

Question 12: The growth regulator that retards ageing of plant organs is

a. Auxin

b. Gibberellins

c. Cytokinin

d. Abscisic acid

 

Question 13: A plant requires magnesium for

a. Protein synthesis

b. Chlorophyll synthesis

c. Cell wall development

d. Holding cells together


 

Question 14: D.P.D. stands for

a. Diffusion pressure deficit

b. Diffusion pressure demand

c. Daily photosynthetic depression

d. Daily phosphorus demand

 

Question 15: Water is required by plants for

a. Seed germination

b. Maintaining their temperature

c. Photosynthesis

d. All of these

 

Question 16: Guard cells help in

a. Fighting against infection

b. Protection against grazing

c. Transpiration

d. Guttation

 

Question 17: Which of the following elements is a constituent of biotin?

a. Sulphur

b. Magnesium

c. Calcium

d. Phosphorus

 

Question 18: Root cap has no role in water absorption because

a. It has no direct connection with the vascular system

b. It has loosely arranged cells

c. It has not cells containing chloroplasts

d. It has no root hairs

 

Question 19: Plant seeds when sown in soil, germinate and come out of it; due to

a. Turgor pressure

b. Imbibtion pressure

c. Osmotic pressure

d. Atmospheric pressure

 

Question 20: Which of the following one is a free living nitrogen fixing aerobic bacterium?

a. Clostridium

b. Rhizobium

c. Azotobacter

d. Rhodospirillum

 

India Study Solution - Answers of Biology Botany MCQ Test Series

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

(Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition)

Solutions of Botany Test Series – Set 2 (Q. No.11–20)

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Answer 11: b. Answer 12: c. Answer 13: b. Answer 14: a. Answer 15: d. Answer 16: c. Answer 17: a. Answer 18: d. Answer 19: b. Answer 20: c.

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 18-April-2021

India Study Solution EduNews | JEE Main 2021 Exam Update | Covid-19 Update

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Engineering entrance exam JEE-Mains scheduled to be held from April 27-30 has been postponed in view of the COVID-19 situation, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' announced on Sunday.


"Given the current #covid19 situation, I have advised @DG_NTA to postpone the JEE (Main) 2021 April Session. I would like to reiterate that safety of our students & their academic career are @EduMinOfIndia's and my prime concerns right now," Nishank tweeted.


According to an official order by the National Testing Agency (NTA), "looking at the present situation of COVID-19 pandemic and also taking into account the safety and well being of candidates and examination functionaries, it has been decided to postpone JEE-(Main) April session".



The NTA has already conducted JEE Main 2021 exams for the first two sessions in Feb & March. According to NTA, the number of candidates already appeared in JEE Main in February and March are 620978 and 556248 respectively.

See: JEE Main, JEE Advanced 2021: Exam dates, Changes and Relaxations in Eligibility Criteria for Admission in IITs


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Plant Physiology: Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition - Free online solved questions for NEET, MCAT preparation

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 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY (Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition)
Botany India Study Solution Test Series (Confidence Booster)

Preparation Guide for NEET, MCAT, AIIMS | BDS, MBBS Admission Tests

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Welcome guys to your own site India Study Solution

In this solved MCQ test series we will be posting for you new sets of practice questions from Botany: Plant Physiology - Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition.

Each set comprising carefully selected, 10 MCQ questions with answers and hints (given at the end) from our Biology Solutions.

As you are aware India Study Solution test series comprises of some basic and also advanced level questions very helpful in the preparation of NEET-UG, MCAT, MBBS Admission Tests and other such competitive exams.

Please scroll down to find NEET (AIIMS, JIPMER, AFMC) syllabus of Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition.

Botany Practice Questions: Plant Physiology

(Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition)

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 1 (Q. No 1-10)

Question 1: A plant cell if placed in distilled water will

a. Shrink

b. Swell up

c. Not change its shape or size

d. Burst immediately

Question 2: The external solution having same concentration as that of cell sap is called

a. Hypertonic solution

b. Isotonic solution

c. Hypotonic solution

d. Ultratomic solution

Question 3: A plant requires magnesium for

a. protein synthesis

b. chlorophyll synthesis

c. cell wall development

d. holding cells together

Question 4: During seed germination its stored food is mobilised by

a. Cytokinin

b.ABA

c. Gibberellin

d. Ethylene

Question 5: In plants auxin synthesis occurs in

a. Cortex

b. Phloem cells

c. Root and shoot tips

d. Xylem cells

Question 6: An element playing important role in nitrogen fixation is

a. Copper

b. Manganese

c. Zinc

d. Molybdenum

Question 7: Rate of transpiration is increased by

a. Sunlight

b. Darkness

c. High humidity

d. High speed winds

Question 8: To initiate cell plasmolysis, the salt solution should be

a. Isotonic

b. Hypertonic

c. Hypotonic

d. None of the above

Question 9: Which of the following criteria does not pertain to facilitated transport?

a. High selectivity

b. Transport saturation

c. Uphill transport

d. Requirement of special membrane

Question 10: After heavy rain fall with poor drainage leaves of many plants wilt due to

a. root rot

b. poor aeration

c. high salt concentration

d. low soil temperature

Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition (Syllabus for NEET):

Movement of water, gases and nutrients; Cell to cell transport-Diffusion, facilitated diffusion, active transport; Plant – water relations – Imbibition, water potential, osmosis, plasmolysis; Long distance transport of water – Absorption, apoplast, symplast, transpiration pull, root pressure and guttation; Transpiration-Opening and closing of stomata; Uptake and translocation of mineral nutrients-Transport of food, phloem transport, Mass flow hypothesis; Diffusion of gases (brief mention).

Essential minerals, macro and micronutrients and their role; Deficiency symptoms; Mineral toxicity; Elementary idea of Hydroponics as a method to study mineral nutrition; Nitrogen metabolism-Nitrogen cycle, biological nitrogen fixation.

India Study Solution - Answers of Botany MCQ Test Series
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
(Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition)

Solutions of Botany Test Series – Set 1 (Q. No.1–10)

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Answer 1: b. Answer 2:  b. Answer 3:  b.  Answer 4:  c. Answer 5: c. Answer 6:  d. Answer 7:  a. Answer 8:  b. Answer 9:  c. Answer 10: b. 

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