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Gymnosperms and Angiosperms MCQ Practice Sheet 6

 

1. Match the items of columns I and II

(A) 

Peritrichous flagellation 

(j) 

Ginkgo 

(B) 

Living fossil 

(k) 

Macrocystis 

(C) 

Rhizophore 

(l) 

Escherichia coli 

(D) 

Sea lettuce 

(m) 

Selaginella 

(E) 

Largest perennial alga 

(n) 

Ulva 

 

(a)    (A) – (l), (B) – (j), (C) – (m), (D) – (n), (E) – (k)

(b)    (A) – (k), (B) – (j), (C) – (l), (D) – (m), (E) – (n)

(c)    (A) – (m), (B) – (l), (C) – (k), (D) – (n), (E) – (j)

(d)    (A) – (j), (B) – (m), (C) – (n), (D) – (l), (E) – (k)

 

2. Dispersal of spores of ferns takes place through

(a)    Annulus    

(b)    Stomium

(c)    Both a and b    

(d)    Indusium

 

3. Which one has good capacity of absorbing water, used in place of cotton and as a fuel?

(a)    Marchantia    

(b)    Riccia

(c)    Sphagnum    

(d)    Funaria

 

4. Most primitive member in which roots are not present is

(a)    Equisetum    

(b)    Rhynia

(c)    Lycopodium    

(d)    Selaginella

 

5. Which is not a feature of Gymnosperms?

(a)    Parallel venation

(b)    Perennial nature

(c)    Dimorphic branches

(d)    Dominent gametophyte

 

6. In mosses conducting tissue is

(a)    Phloem    

(b)    Parenchyma

(c)    Xylem    

(d)    Coloured cells

 

7. In Ulothrix, meiosis occurs in

(a)    Holdfast    

(b)    Zygote

(c)    Zoospores

(d)    Cells of filament

 

8. Sea Weeds are a source of

(a)    Chlorine    

(b)    Fluorine

(c)    Bromine    

(d)    Iodine

 

9. A microsporophyll of Pinus has

(a)    Two adaxial microsporangia

(b)    Two abaxial microsporangia

(c)    One abaxial microsporangium

(d)    Four abaxial microsporangia

 

10. Which is not true of Pinus

(a)    Three needles in spur of P. roxburghii

(b)    Xylem is towards inner side of vascular bundles of stem

(c)    Homosprorous gymnosperm

(d)    Megasporophyll has ovules

 

11. Both heterospory and circinate ptyxis occur in

(a)    Dryopteris    

(b)    Pinus

(c)    Cycas    

(d)    Funaria

 

12. Prothallus of Dryopteris is ………… and bears archegonia ………….

(a)    Sporophyte dorsally    

(b)    Sporophyte ventrally

(c)    Gameophyte dorsally    

(d)    Gametophyte ventrally

 

13. Which amongst the following are not seed producers

(a)    Fern and Funaria

(b)    Funaria and Ficus

(c)    Ficus and Chlamydomonas    

(d)    Punica and Pinus

 

14. Gymnosperms are naked seeded plants because

(a)    There is no fruit    

(b)    There is no ovule

(c)    There is no fertilization    

(d)    There is no ovary and fruit

 

15. Evidence of aquatic ancestry of bryophytes is

(a)    Gametophytic plant body

(b)    Ciliated sperms

(c)    Peristome teeth

(d)    All the above

 

16. What is exclusive for angiosperms

(a)    Vessels    

(b)    Secondary growth

(c)    Double fertilisation    

(d)    Autotrophic nature

 

17. What is correct

(a)    Bryophytes are vascular cryptogams

(b)    Pteridophytes are homogenous group of tracheophytes

(c)    Cordaitales grow in gymnosperm forests

(d)    Gymnosperms are spermatophytes with naked seeds

 

18. Possible advantage of antheridia occurring on the under surface for fern prothallus is

(a)    Protection from wind

(b)    Protection from direct rays

(c)    Easy diffusion of nutrients from prothallus

(d)    Accumulation of capillary water

 

19. What is true about foliage of Cycas

(a)    Palmate and pinnate foliage leaves

(b)    Brown scales and pinnate green foliage leaves

(c)    Oblong and long leaves

(d)    Green and scaly leaves

 

20. Plant body of Funaria is

(a)    Completely sporophyte

(b)    Completely gametophyte

(c)    Predominantly sporophyte with gametophyte

(d)    Predominantly gametophyte with sporophyte

 

Answer Keys for Gymnosperms and Angiosperms MCQ Practice Sheet 6

1.    a    2.    c    3.    c    4.    b    

5.    d    6.    b    7.    b    8.    d    

9.    b    10.    c    11.    c    12.    d    

13.    a    14.    d    15.    b    16.    c    

17.    d    18.    d    19.    b    20.    b

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