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Test # 1 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. The diploid sporophyte is 
represented by a dominant, 
independent, photosynthetic, 
vascular plant body. It 
alternates with multicellular, 
saprophytic/autotrophic, 
independent but short-lived haploid 
gametophyte. This type of pattern is 
exhibited by 
1. Bryophytes (Sphagnum, 
Polytrichum). 
2. Pteridophytes (Selaginella, 
Lycopodium). 
3. Most of the algal genera (Fucus, 
Chara, Polysiphonia). 
4. Seed plants (gymnosperms and 
angiosperms). 
 
2. The type of life-cycle in which there 
is no free-living sporophytes and the 
dominant, photosynthetic phase 
in such plants is the free-living 
gametophyte. We are talking about 
1. Haplontic life cycle shown in 
Volvox and some species of 
Chlamydomonas. 
2. Diplontic life cycle as shown in 
seed-bearing plants. 
3. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in bryophytes and pteridophytes. 
4. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in Kelps 
 
3. Read the following statements : 
A. The male or female cones or 
strobili may be borne on same tree 
in Pinus. 
B. In Cycas male cones and 
megasporophylls are borne on 
different trees. 
C. Stem of Cycas is branched and of 
Pinus and Cedrus is unbranched. 
D. In gymnosperms generally tap 
roots are found. Select the correct 
statements. 
1. A, B  
2. A, B, D 
3. A, B, C 
4. C, D 
4. Prothallus is 
1. A structure in pteridophytes 
formed before the thallus develops. 
2. A sporophytic inconspicuous free 
living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
3. A gametophytic inconspicuous 
free living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
4.A gametophytic conspicuous 
structure formed after fertilization in 
pteridophytes. 
 
5. Leafy stage develops from the 
secondary protonema as a 
1. Apical bud  
2. Axillary bud 
3. Lateral bud 
4.Meristem 
 
6. Moss peat is used as a packing 
material for sending flower and live 
plants to distant places because 
1. It is easily available. 
2. It reduces transpiration. 
3. It is hygroscopic. 
4. All of the above. 
 
7. In Phaeophyceae, the spores 
(zoospores) are 
1. Pyriform and bear 2 flagella (one 
longitudinal and other transverse). 
2. Pear-shaped and bear 2 flagella 
that are laterally attached. 
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Test # 1 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. The diploid sporophyte is 
represented by a dominant, 
independent, photosynthetic, 
vascular plant body. It 
alternates with multicellular, 
saprophytic/autotrophic, 
independent but short-lived haploid 
gametophyte. This type of pattern is 
exhibited by 
1. Bryophytes (Sphagnum, 
Polytrichum). 
2. Pteridophytes (Selaginella, 
Lycopodium). 
3. Most of the algal genera (Fucus, 
Chara, Polysiphonia). 
4. Seed plants (gymnosperms and 
angiosperms). 
 
2. The type of life-cycle in which there 
is no free-living sporophytes and the 
dominant, photosynthetic phase 
in such plants is the free-living 
gametophyte. We are talking about 
1. Haplontic life cycle shown in 
Volvox and some species of 
Chlamydomonas. 
2. Diplontic life cycle as shown in 
seed-bearing plants. 
3. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in bryophytes and pteridophytes. 
4. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in Kelps 
 
3. Read the following statements : 
A. The male or female cones or 
strobili may be borne on same tree 
in Pinus. 
B. In Cycas male cones and 
megasporophylls are borne on 
different trees. 
C. Stem of Cycas is branched and of 
Pinus and Cedrus is unbranched. 
D. In gymnosperms generally tap 
roots are found. Select the correct 
statements. 
1. A, B  
2. A, B, D 
3. A, B, C 
4. C, D 
4. Prothallus is 
1. A structure in pteridophytes 
formed before the thallus develops. 
2. A sporophytic inconspicuous free 
living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
3. A gametophytic inconspicuous 
free living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
4.A gametophytic conspicuous 
structure formed after fertilization in 
pteridophytes. 
 
5. Leafy stage develops from the 
secondary protonema as a 
1. Apical bud  
2. Axillary bud 
3. Lateral bud 
4.Meristem 
 
6. Moss peat is used as a packing 
material for sending flower and live 
plants to distant places because 
1. It is easily available. 
2. It reduces transpiration. 
3. It is hygroscopic. 
4. All of the above. 
 
7. In Phaeophyceae, the spores 
(zoospores) are 
1. Pyriform and bear 2 flagella (one 
longitudinal and other transverse). 
2. Pear-shaped and bear 2 flagella 
that are laterally attached. 
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3. Pyriform and bear 2-8, equal and 
apial flagella. 
4. Pear-shaped and bear 2-8, equal 
and apical flagella 
 
8. The given diagram shows: 
 
1. An alga that lacks flagellated cells 
2. A liverwort 
3. A heterosporous pteridophyte 
4. A gymnosperm with non motile 
sperms 
9. Find out the incorrect statement 
about the Rhodophyceae. 
1. Majority are marine with greater 
concentrations found in the warmer 
areas. 
2. They are also found at great 
depths of oceans where relatively 
little light penetrates. 
3. Usually reproduce vegetatively by 
fragmentation. 
4. They reproduce asexually by 
biflagellate zoospores. 
 
10. Read the following statement and 
find out the 
incorrect statement. 
1. Algae usually reproduce 
vegetatively by fragmentation, 
asexually by formation of different 
types of spores and sexually by 
formation of gametes. 
2. Algae are classified into three 
classes, 
pteridophytes into four classes and 
angiosperms into two classes. 
3.  Algae are chlorophyll bearing 
simple, thalloid, autotrophic and 
largely aquatic organisms. 
4. The plant body of algae is more 
differentiated than that of bryophytes. 
 
11. Read the following statements (a-e) 
and answer question that follows 
them. 
(a) In liverworts, mosses and ferns 
gametophytes are free-living. 
(b) Gymnosperms and some ferns 
are heterosporous. 
(c) Sexual reproduction in Fucus, 
Volvox and Albugo is oogamous. 
(d) The sporophyte in liverworts in 
more elaborate than that in mosses. 
(e) Both, Pinus and Marchantia are 
dioecious 
How many of the above statements 
are correct? 
1. One  
2. Two 
3. Three  
4. Four 
 
12. Read the following statements. 
(a) Gymnosperms are heterosporous. 
(b) Bryophytes have well developed 
vessels and sieve tubes. 
(c) Strobilus is found in the main 
plant body of Equisetum. 
(d) Antheridia are absent but 
archegonia are present in female 
storobil of gymnosperms. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. All of these  
2. (a), (c) and (d) 
3.  Only (a)  
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Test # 1 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. The diploid sporophyte is 
represented by a dominant, 
independent, photosynthetic, 
vascular plant body. It 
alternates with multicellular, 
saprophytic/autotrophic, 
independent but short-lived haploid 
gametophyte. This type of pattern is 
exhibited by 
1. Bryophytes (Sphagnum, 
Polytrichum). 
2. Pteridophytes (Selaginella, 
Lycopodium). 
3. Most of the algal genera (Fucus, 
Chara, Polysiphonia). 
4. Seed plants (gymnosperms and 
angiosperms). 
 
2. The type of life-cycle in which there 
is no free-living sporophytes and the 
dominant, photosynthetic phase 
in such plants is the free-living 
gametophyte. We are talking about 
1. Haplontic life cycle shown in 
Volvox and some species of 
Chlamydomonas. 
2. Diplontic life cycle as shown in 
seed-bearing plants. 
3. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in bryophytes and pteridophytes. 
4. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in Kelps 
 
3. Read the following statements : 
A. The male or female cones or 
strobili may be borne on same tree 
in Pinus. 
B. In Cycas male cones and 
megasporophylls are borne on 
different trees. 
C. Stem of Cycas is branched and of 
Pinus and Cedrus is unbranched. 
D. In gymnosperms generally tap 
roots are found. Select the correct 
statements. 
1. A, B  
2. A, B, D 
3. A, B, C 
4. C, D 
4. Prothallus is 
1. A structure in pteridophytes 
formed before the thallus develops. 
2. A sporophytic inconspicuous free 
living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
3. A gametophytic inconspicuous 
free living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
4.A gametophytic conspicuous 
structure formed after fertilization in 
pteridophytes. 
 
5. Leafy stage develops from the 
secondary protonema as a 
1. Apical bud  
2. Axillary bud 
3. Lateral bud 
4.Meristem 
 
6. Moss peat is used as a packing 
material for sending flower and live 
plants to distant places because 
1. It is easily available. 
2. It reduces transpiration. 
3. It is hygroscopic. 
4. All of the above. 
 
7. In Phaeophyceae, the spores 
(zoospores) are 
1. Pyriform and bear 2 flagella (one 
longitudinal and other transverse). 
2. Pear-shaped and bear 2 flagella 
that are laterally attached. 
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3. Pyriform and bear 2-8, equal and 
apial flagella. 
4. Pear-shaped and bear 2-8, equal 
and apical flagella 
 
8. The given diagram shows: 
 
1. An alga that lacks flagellated cells 
2. A liverwort 
3. A heterosporous pteridophyte 
4. A gymnosperm with non motile 
sperms 
9. Find out the incorrect statement 
about the Rhodophyceae. 
1. Majority are marine with greater 
concentrations found in the warmer 
areas. 
2. They are also found at great 
depths of oceans where relatively 
little light penetrates. 
3. Usually reproduce vegetatively by 
fragmentation. 
4. They reproduce asexually by 
biflagellate zoospores. 
 
10. Read the following statement and 
find out the 
incorrect statement. 
1. Algae usually reproduce 
vegetatively by fragmentation, 
asexually by formation of different 
types of spores and sexually by 
formation of gametes. 
2. Algae are classified into three 
classes, 
pteridophytes into four classes and 
angiosperms into two classes. 
3.  Algae are chlorophyll bearing 
simple, thalloid, autotrophic and 
largely aquatic organisms. 
4. The plant body of algae is more 
differentiated than that of bryophytes. 
 
11. Read the following statements (a-e) 
and answer question that follows 
them. 
(a) In liverworts, mosses and ferns 
gametophytes are free-living. 
(b) Gymnosperms and some ferns 
are heterosporous. 
(c) Sexual reproduction in Fucus, 
Volvox and Albugo is oogamous. 
(d) The sporophyte in liverworts in 
more elaborate than that in mosses. 
(e) Both, Pinus and Marchantia are 
dioecious 
How many of the above statements 
are correct? 
1. One  
2. Two 
3. Three  
4. Four 
 
12. Read the following statements. 
(a) Gymnosperms are heterosporous. 
(b) Bryophytes have well developed 
vessels and sieve tubes. 
(c) Strobilus is found in the main 
plant body of Equisetum. 
(d) Antheridia are absent but 
archegonia are present in female 
storobil of gymnosperms. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. All of these  
2. (a), (c) and (d) 
3.  Only (a)  
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4. (b) and (c) 
 
13. Which one is correct about male and 
female gametophyte? 
1. In bryophytes and pteridophytes, 
they have no independent free-living 
existence. 
2. In bryophytes and angiosperms, 
they have free-living existence. 
3. In gymnosperms and 
angiosperms, they have no 
independent free-living existence. 
4. In bryophytes, pteridophytes and 
angiosperms, they have free-living 
existence 
 
14. Identify the statement that most 
accurately describes the plant shown 
in the given figure: 
 
1. This the male prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
2. This the female prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
3. This the male prothallus 
of Sphagnum; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
4. This the female prothallus 
of Spahgnum; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
 
15. In gymnosperms, the pollen 
chamber represents 
1. A cavity in the ovule in which 
pollen grains are stored after 
pollination. 
2. An opening in the 
megagametophyte through 
which the pollen tube approaches 
the egg. 
3. The microsporangium in which 
pollen grains develop. 
4. A cell in the pollen grain in which 
the sperms are formed. 
 
16. The spreading of living pteridophyte 
is limited and is 
restricted to narrow geographical 
region because of 
1. Growth requirements of 
gametophyte (cool, damp and shady 
places). 
2. Requirement of water for 
fertilisation. 
3. Absence of stomata in leaf and 
absence of vascular tissue. 
4. Both 1 and 2. 
 
17. Artificial systems gave equal weightage 
to 
1. Morphological and anatomical 
characters. 
2. Vegetative and sexual characters. 
3. Vegetative and anatomical characters. 
4. Morphological and sexual characters. 
 
18. According to phylogenetic classification 
organisms 
belonging to same taxa 
1. Are same in anatomy. 
2. Have same genetic constituent. 
3. Have a common ancestor. 
4. Have all characteristics same 
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Test # 1 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. The diploid sporophyte is 
represented by a dominant, 
independent, photosynthetic, 
vascular plant body. It 
alternates with multicellular, 
saprophytic/autotrophic, 
independent but short-lived haploid 
gametophyte. This type of pattern is 
exhibited by 
1. Bryophytes (Sphagnum, 
Polytrichum). 
2. Pteridophytes (Selaginella, 
Lycopodium). 
3. Most of the algal genera (Fucus, 
Chara, Polysiphonia). 
4. Seed plants (gymnosperms and 
angiosperms). 
 
2. The type of life-cycle in which there 
is no free-living sporophytes and the 
dominant, photosynthetic phase 
in such plants is the free-living 
gametophyte. We are talking about 
1. Haplontic life cycle shown in 
Volvox and some species of 
Chlamydomonas. 
2. Diplontic life cycle as shown in 
seed-bearing plants. 
3. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in bryophytes and pteridophytes. 
4. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in Kelps 
 
3. Read the following statements : 
A. The male or female cones or 
strobili may be borne on same tree 
in Pinus. 
B. In Cycas male cones and 
megasporophylls are borne on 
different trees. 
C. Stem of Cycas is branched and of 
Pinus and Cedrus is unbranched. 
D. In gymnosperms generally tap 
roots are found. Select the correct 
statements. 
1. A, B  
2. A, B, D 
3. A, B, C 
4. C, D 
4. Prothallus is 
1. A structure in pteridophytes 
formed before the thallus develops. 
2. A sporophytic inconspicuous free 
living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
3. A gametophytic inconspicuous 
free living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
4.A gametophytic conspicuous 
structure formed after fertilization in 
pteridophytes. 
 
5. Leafy stage develops from the 
secondary protonema as a 
1. Apical bud  
2. Axillary bud 
3. Lateral bud 
4.Meristem 
 
6. Moss peat is used as a packing 
material for sending flower and live 
plants to distant places because 
1. It is easily available. 
2. It reduces transpiration. 
3. It is hygroscopic. 
4. All of the above. 
 
7. In Phaeophyceae, the spores 
(zoospores) are 
1. Pyriform and bear 2 flagella (one 
longitudinal and other transverse). 
2. Pear-shaped and bear 2 flagella 
that are laterally attached. 
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3. Pyriform and bear 2-8, equal and 
apial flagella. 
4. Pear-shaped and bear 2-8, equal 
and apical flagella 
 
8. The given diagram shows: 
 
1. An alga that lacks flagellated cells 
2. A liverwort 
3. A heterosporous pteridophyte 
4. A gymnosperm with non motile 
sperms 
9. Find out the incorrect statement 
about the Rhodophyceae. 
1. Majority are marine with greater 
concentrations found in the warmer 
areas. 
2. They are also found at great 
depths of oceans where relatively 
little light penetrates. 
3. Usually reproduce vegetatively by 
fragmentation. 
4. They reproduce asexually by 
biflagellate zoospores. 
 
10. Read the following statement and 
find out the 
incorrect statement. 
1. Algae usually reproduce 
vegetatively by fragmentation, 
asexually by formation of different 
types of spores and sexually by 
formation of gametes. 
2. Algae are classified into three 
classes, 
pteridophytes into four classes and 
angiosperms into two classes. 
3.  Algae are chlorophyll bearing 
simple, thalloid, autotrophic and 
largely aquatic organisms. 
4. The plant body of algae is more 
differentiated than that of bryophytes. 
 
11. Read the following statements (a-e) 
and answer question that follows 
them. 
(a) In liverworts, mosses and ferns 
gametophytes are free-living. 
(b) Gymnosperms and some ferns 
are heterosporous. 
(c) Sexual reproduction in Fucus, 
Volvox and Albugo is oogamous. 
(d) The sporophyte in liverworts in 
more elaborate than that in mosses. 
(e) Both, Pinus and Marchantia are 
dioecious 
How many of the above statements 
are correct? 
1. One  
2. Two 
3. Three  
4. Four 
 
12. Read the following statements. 
(a) Gymnosperms are heterosporous. 
(b) Bryophytes have well developed 
vessels and sieve tubes. 
(c) Strobilus is found in the main 
plant body of Equisetum. 
(d) Antheridia are absent but 
archegonia are present in female 
storobil of gymnosperms. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. All of these  
2. (a), (c) and (d) 
3.  Only (a)  
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4. (b) and (c) 
 
13. Which one is correct about male and 
female gametophyte? 
1. In bryophytes and pteridophytes, 
they have no independent free-living 
existence. 
2. In bryophytes and angiosperms, 
they have free-living existence. 
3. In gymnosperms and 
angiosperms, they have no 
independent free-living existence. 
4. In bryophytes, pteridophytes and 
angiosperms, they have free-living 
existence 
 
14. Identify the statement that most 
accurately describes the plant shown 
in the given figure: 
 
1. This the male prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
2. This the female prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
3. This the male prothallus 
of Sphagnum; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
4. This the female prothallus 
of Spahgnum; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
 
15. In gymnosperms, the pollen 
chamber represents 
1. A cavity in the ovule in which 
pollen grains are stored after 
pollination. 
2. An opening in the 
megagametophyte through 
which the pollen tube approaches 
the egg. 
3. The microsporangium in which 
pollen grains develop. 
4. A cell in the pollen grain in which 
the sperms are formed. 
 
16. The spreading of living pteridophyte 
is limited and is 
restricted to narrow geographical 
region because of 
1. Growth requirements of 
gametophyte (cool, damp and shady 
places). 
2. Requirement of water for 
fertilisation. 
3. Absence of stomata in leaf and 
absence of vascular tissue. 
4. Both 1 and 2. 
 
17. Artificial systems gave equal weightage 
to 
1. Morphological and anatomical 
characters. 
2. Vegetative and sexual characters. 
3. Vegetative and anatomical characters. 
4. Morphological and sexual characters. 
 
18. According to phylogenetic classification 
organisms 
belonging to same taxa 
1. Are same in anatomy. 
2. Have same genetic constituent. 
3. Have a common ancestor. 
4. Have all characteristics same 
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19. Choose the correct statement. 
1. Many species of Porphyra, Laminaria 
and Sargassum and among 70 species of 
marine algae used as food. 
2. Agar is used to grow microbes and in 
preparations of ice creams and jellies. 
3. Algae are useful to man in a variety of 
ways. 
4. All of these. 
 
20. What is true for both (a) and (b)? 
 
1. RNA is the genetic material 
2. Capability to infect bacteria 
3. Being obligate endoparasites 
4. Can be killed by antibiotics 
21. Carlous Linnaeus system is an artificial 
system because it is 
1. Phylogenetic. 
2. Based on evolutionary trends. 
3. Based on number of characters. 
4. Based on a few characters of 
superficial similarities and dissimilarities 
on morphology. 
 
22. Domain Eukarya includes how many 
kingdoms (with respect to six kingdom 
system)? 
1. Two  
             2. Three 
             3. One  
             4. Four 
 
 
23. Select the incorrect statement. 
1. Nostoc and Anabaena have 
heterocysts for nitrogen fixation. 
2. Cyanobacteria often form blooms in 
polluted water bodies. 
3. Heterotrophic bacteria are more 
abundant in nature. 
4. The cell walls of mycoplasma are 
made up of chitin. 
 
24. Statement I : Bacterial structure and 
behaviour is 
very complex 
Statement 2 : They show the most 
extensive 
metabolic diversity as a group 
1. Only statement 1 is correct. 
2. Only statement 2 is correct. 
3. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are 
correct. 
4. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are 
incorrect. 
 
25. The smallest living cells have all known 
characteristics except 
1. Survive in presence of oxygen. 
2. Infect animals and plant. 
3. Complete lack of cell membrane. 
4. Contain dsDNA as genetic material 
 
26. Which of the following is a difference 
between 
eubacteria and archaebacteria? 
1. They look very different from each 
other under microscope. 
2. Eubacteria are autotrophic and 
archaebacteria are heterotrophic. 
3. Archaebacteria are unicellular and 
eubacteria are colonial. 
4. They have different chemicals in their 
cell membranes and cell walls. 
 
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Test # 1 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. The diploid sporophyte is 
represented by a dominant, 
independent, photosynthetic, 
vascular plant body. It 
alternates with multicellular, 
saprophytic/autotrophic, 
independent but short-lived haploid 
gametophyte. This type of pattern is 
exhibited by 
1. Bryophytes (Sphagnum, 
Polytrichum). 
2. Pteridophytes (Selaginella, 
Lycopodium). 
3. Most of the algal genera (Fucus, 
Chara, Polysiphonia). 
4. Seed plants (gymnosperms and 
angiosperms). 
 
2. The type of life-cycle in which there 
is no free-living sporophytes and the 
dominant, photosynthetic phase 
in such plants is the free-living 
gametophyte. We are talking about 
1. Haplontic life cycle shown in 
Volvox and some species of 
Chlamydomonas. 
2. Diplontic life cycle as shown in 
seed-bearing plants. 
3. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in bryophytes and pteridophytes. 
4. Haplo-diplontic life cycle as shown 
in Kelps 
 
3. Read the following statements : 
A. The male or female cones or 
strobili may be borne on same tree 
in Pinus. 
B. In Cycas male cones and 
megasporophylls are borne on 
different trees. 
C. Stem of Cycas is branched and of 
Pinus and Cedrus is unbranched. 
D. In gymnosperms generally tap 
roots are found. Select the correct 
statements. 
1. A, B  
2. A, B, D 
3. A, B, C 
4. C, D 
4. Prothallus is 
1. A structure in pteridophytes 
formed before the thallus develops. 
2. A sporophytic inconspicuous free 
living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
3. A gametophytic inconspicuous 
free living structure formed in 
pteridophytes. 
4.A gametophytic conspicuous 
structure formed after fertilization in 
pteridophytes. 
 
5. Leafy stage develops from the 
secondary protonema as a 
1. Apical bud  
2. Axillary bud 
3. Lateral bud 
4.Meristem 
 
6. Moss peat is used as a packing 
material for sending flower and live 
plants to distant places because 
1. It is easily available. 
2. It reduces transpiration. 
3. It is hygroscopic. 
4. All of the above. 
 
7. In Phaeophyceae, the spores 
(zoospores) are 
1. Pyriform and bear 2 flagella (one 
longitudinal and other transverse). 
2. Pear-shaped and bear 2 flagella 
that are laterally attached. 
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3. Pyriform and bear 2-8, equal and 
apial flagella. 
4. Pear-shaped and bear 2-8, equal 
and apical flagella 
 
8. The given diagram shows: 
 
1. An alga that lacks flagellated cells 
2. A liverwort 
3. A heterosporous pteridophyte 
4. A gymnosperm with non motile 
sperms 
9. Find out the incorrect statement 
about the Rhodophyceae. 
1. Majority are marine with greater 
concentrations found in the warmer 
areas. 
2. They are also found at great 
depths of oceans where relatively 
little light penetrates. 
3. Usually reproduce vegetatively by 
fragmentation. 
4. They reproduce asexually by 
biflagellate zoospores. 
 
10. Read the following statement and 
find out the 
incorrect statement. 
1. Algae usually reproduce 
vegetatively by fragmentation, 
asexually by formation of different 
types of spores and sexually by 
formation of gametes. 
2. Algae are classified into three 
classes, 
pteridophytes into four classes and 
angiosperms into two classes. 
3.  Algae are chlorophyll bearing 
simple, thalloid, autotrophic and 
largely aquatic organisms. 
4. The plant body of algae is more 
differentiated than that of bryophytes. 
 
11. Read the following statements (a-e) 
and answer question that follows 
them. 
(a) In liverworts, mosses and ferns 
gametophytes are free-living. 
(b) Gymnosperms and some ferns 
are heterosporous. 
(c) Sexual reproduction in Fucus, 
Volvox and Albugo is oogamous. 
(d) The sporophyte in liverworts in 
more elaborate than that in mosses. 
(e) Both, Pinus and Marchantia are 
dioecious 
How many of the above statements 
are correct? 
1. One  
2. Two 
3. Three  
4. Four 
 
12. Read the following statements. 
(a) Gymnosperms are heterosporous. 
(b) Bryophytes have well developed 
vessels and sieve tubes. 
(c) Strobilus is found in the main 
plant body of Equisetum. 
(d) Antheridia are absent but 
archegonia are present in female 
storobil of gymnosperms. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. All of these  
2. (a), (c) and (d) 
3.  Only (a)  
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4. (b) and (c) 
 
13. Which one is correct about male and 
female gametophyte? 
1. In bryophytes and pteridophytes, 
they have no independent free-living 
existence. 
2. In bryophytes and angiosperms, 
they have free-living existence. 
3. In gymnosperms and 
angiosperms, they have no 
independent free-living existence. 
4. In bryophytes, pteridophytes and 
angiosperms, they have free-living 
existence 
 
14. Identify the statement that most 
accurately describes the plant shown 
in the given figure: 
 
1. This the male prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
2. This the female prothallus 
of Marchantia; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
3. This the male prothallus 
of Sphagnum; A is antheridiophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
4. This the female prothallus 
of Spahgnum; A is archegoniophore 
and B is Gemma cup 
 
15. In gymnosperms, the pollen 
chamber represents 
1. A cavity in the ovule in which 
pollen grains are stored after 
pollination. 
2. An opening in the 
megagametophyte through 
which the pollen tube approaches 
the egg. 
3. The microsporangium in which 
pollen grains develop. 
4. A cell in the pollen grain in which 
the sperms are formed. 
 
16. The spreading of living pteridophyte 
is limited and is 
restricted to narrow geographical 
region because of 
1. Growth requirements of 
gametophyte (cool, damp and shady 
places). 
2. Requirement of water for 
fertilisation. 
3. Absence of stomata in leaf and 
absence of vascular tissue. 
4. Both 1 and 2. 
 
17. Artificial systems gave equal weightage 
to 
1. Morphological and anatomical 
characters. 
2. Vegetative and sexual characters. 
3. Vegetative and anatomical characters. 
4. Morphological and sexual characters. 
 
18. According to phylogenetic classification 
organisms 
belonging to same taxa 
1. Are same in anatomy. 
2. Have same genetic constituent. 
3. Have a common ancestor. 
4. Have all characteristics same 
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19. Choose the correct statement. 
1. Many species of Porphyra, Laminaria 
and Sargassum and among 70 species of 
marine algae used as food. 
2. Agar is used to grow microbes and in 
preparations of ice creams and jellies. 
3. Algae are useful to man in a variety of 
ways. 
4. All of these. 
 
20. What is true for both (a) and (b)? 
 
1. RNA is the genetic material 
2. Capability to infect bacteria 
3. Being obligate endoparasites 
4. Can be killed by antibiotics 
21. Carlous Linnaeus system is an artificial 
system because it is 
1. Phylogenetic. 
2. Based on evolutionary trends. 
3. Based on number of characters. 
4. Based on a few characters of 
superficial similarities and dissimilarities 
on morphology. 
 
22. Domain Eukarya includes how many 
kingdoms (with respect to six kingdom 
system)? 
1. Two  
             2. Three 
             3. One  
             4. Four 
 
 
23. Select the incorrect statement. 
1. Nostoc and Anabaena have 
heterocysts for nitrogen fixation. 
2. Cyanobacteria often form blooms in 
polluted water bodies. 
3. Heterotrophic bacteria are more 
abundant in nature. 
4. The cell walls of mycoplasma are 
made up of chitin. 
 
24. Statement I : Bacterial structure and 
behaviour is 
very complex 
Statement 2 : They show the most 
extensive 
metabolic diversity as a group 
1. Only statement 1 is correct. 
2. Only statement 2 is correct. 
3. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are 
correct. 
4. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are 
incorrect. 
 
25. The smallest living cells have all known 
characteristics except 
1. Survive in presence of oxygen. 
2. Infect animals and plant. 
3. Complete lack of cell membrane. 
4. Contain dsDNA as genetic material 
 
26. Which of the following is a difference 
between 
eubacteria and archaebacteria? 
1. They look very different from each 
other under microscope. 
2. Eubacteria are autotrophic and 
archaebacteria are heterotrophic. 
3. Archaebacteria are unicellular and 
eubacteria are colonial. 
4. They have different chemicals in their 
cell membranes and cell walls. 
 
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27. Which of the following statements are 
correct ? 
(i) Protista include chrysophytes, 
dinoflagellates, euglenoids and slime 
moulds. 
(ii) Protista are link between monera and 
fungi. 
(iii) Dinoflagellates have cell wall made 
up two thin overlapping shells which fit 
together like a soap box. 
(iv) Diatoms are chief producer in the 
ocean. 
(v) The pigments of euglenoids are 
different from those of higher plants. 
1. (i), (ii) and (iv)  
2. (i), (ii) and (iii) 
3. (i), (iii) and (v)  
4. (i), (iv) and (v) 
 
28. Which of the following statements are 
incorrect? 
(i) Slime moulds in vegetative phase are 
surrounded by cell wall. 
(ii) Slime moulds are obligate 
autotrophs. 
(iii) Euglena behaves like heterotroph in 
absence of light predating smaller 
organism. 
(iv) The fishes are killed by toxins 
released by slime moulds. 
(v) Protists reproduce sexually by zygote 
formation. 
(vi) Euglena has resemblance with plant 
and animal 
both. 
1. (i), (ii) and (iii)  
              2. (ii), (iii) and (iv) 
              3. (i), (iii) and (vi)  
              4. (i), (ii) and (iv) 
 
29. Following features belong to 
(i) Appear yellow, green, brown, blue 
and red depending on pigment in cell. 
(ii) Stiff cellulosic plates forms the cell 
wall. 
(iii) One longitudinal and one transverse 
flagella present. 
(iv) Photosynthetic 
1. Diatoms 
              2. Desmids 
             3. Dinoflagellates  
             4. Euglenoids 
 
30. Which of the following is an incorrect 
statement 
regarding fungi? 
1. Wheat rust causing agent is Puccinia. 
2. Penicillium is a source of antibiotic. 
3. The cell walls of fungi are composed 
of peptidoglycans. 
 4. Fungi prefer to grow in warm and 
humid places. 
 
31. Dikaryotic stage is a characteristic of 
1. Phycomycetes and ascomycetes. 
2. Ascomycetes and basidiomycetes. 
3. Phycomycetes and basidiomycetes. 
4. Basidiomycetes and deuteromycetes. 
 
32. Which of the following eukaryote is 
extensively used 
in experimental genetics? 
1. E. coli 
2. Alternaria 
3. Ustilago 
4. Neurospora 
 
33. Sexual reproduction in fungus occurs in 
the following sequential event. Arrange 
them properly. 
(i) Fusion of two nuclei . 
(ii) Fusion of protoplasm between two 
motile or non-motile gametes. 
(iii) Meiosis in zygote resulting in 
haploid spores. 
1. (i) ? (ii) ? (iii) 
2. (ii) ? (i) ? (iii) 
3. (iii) ? (ii) ? (i) 
4. (iii) ?(i) ? (ii) 
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Ans. NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It is a national level entrance exam conducted in India for students who wish to pursue undergraduate medical courses (MBBS) and dental courses (BDS) in government or private medical colleges.
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Ans. To apply for the NEET exam, candidates need to visit the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA), which is the conducting body for NEET. The application process involves registration, filling the application form, uploading required documents, paying the application fee, and printing the confirmation page.
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Ans. The eligibility criteria for the NEET exam are as follows: - Candidates must be Indian nationals or Overseas Citizens of India (OCI). - They should be at least 17 years old as of December 31st of the year of admission. - The maximum age limit is 25 years (30 years for reserved category candidates). - Candidates must have passed 10+2 examination or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as core subjects. - They should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in PCB (40% for reserved category).
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