Test: Reproduction In Plants - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Reproductive part of a plant is the

Solution:

Flower is the reproductive part of an angiospermic plant containing male and female reproductive organs.

QUESTION: 2

The process of fusion of the female and male gamete is called

Solution:

The process of fusion of male and female gamete to produce zygote is called fertilization.

QUESTION: 3

In flowering plants, male gamete is formed inside

Solution:

In flowering plants, male gamete is formed inside Anther present at the top of Stamen.

QUESTION: 4

Mature ovary forms the

Solution:

Mature ovary forms the fruit and ovule changes into seeds inside the fruit.

QUESTION: 5

 Flowers with both androecium and gynoecium are called

Solution:

Flowers are called bisexual if they bear both androecium and gynoecium.

QUESTION: 6

Fertilization is

Solution:

The fusion of male and female gamete to produce zygote is called fertilization.

QUESTION: 7

Which one is a dicotyledonous plant?

Solution:

Those plants whose seeds contain two cotyledons are called dicotyledonous plant. Gram is a dicotyledonous plant.

QUESTION: 8

The mode of vegetative reproduction in which scion and stock are tied is called

Solution:

Grafting is mode of vegetative propagation in which scion and stock are tied as single plant.

QUESTION: 9

Which of the following do not produce asexual flower?

Solution:

Corn is a monoecious plant, a hermaphrodite, where both the male and female reproductive parts are present in the same plant. Reproduction is carried out sexually. It is wind pollinated.

 

QUESTION: 10

Clone are

Solution:

Asexually produced identical organisms are called clone. They contain similar characteristics.