Reproduction In PlantsMCQs
|Structure of Flower|
Q1: Which one of the following is NOT a type of asexual reproduction?
Q2: Hydra produces by
(d) fusion of gametes
Q3: Which of the following is a male reproductive part of a flower?
Q4: The small bulb-like projection coming out of yeast is known as ________.
Q5: Which of the following is a male reproductive part of a flower?
Q6: Fusion of gametes form a fertilized egg which is also known as _________.
Q7: Which one of the following is NOT a method of vegetative propagation?
(d) Tissue Culture
Q8: Which of the following does not NOT have bisexual flower?
Q9: Which plant bears spiny seeds with hooks to be dispersed by animals?
Q10: Which one of the following plant gives rise to new plant by roots?
(a) sweet potato
1: (b) Pollination
2: (b) Budding
3: (a) Stamen
4: (c) Bud
5: (a) Stamen
6: (d) zygote
7: (c) Fragmentation
8: (b) papaya
9: (c) Xanthium
10: (a) sweet potato