NEET MOCK TEST 7 BY AWANTIKA GUPTA. MBBS Notes | EduRev

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Test # 7 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. What is true about cork cambium? 
(1) It is extrastelar cambium in dicot stem. 
(2) In dicot stem it arises from the cells of 
cortex region. 
(3) It is also known as phellogen. 
(4) All the above 
2. Read the following statements w.r.t. 
pericycle and choose the suitable option 
(a) It is the outermost portion of stele, that 
may be parenchymatous or 
sclerenchymatous. 
(b) It is absent in monocot stems. 
(c) It is always single layered. 
(1) Only (a) is correct 
(2) Only (b) is incorrect 
(3) Only (c) is incorrect 
(4) Both (a) & (b) are incorrect 
3. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and select the correct option 
(A) Annual rings are distinct in plants 
growing in temperate regions. 
(B) Lenticels occur in most woody trees and 
permit the exchange of gases. 
(C) Due to stellar secondary growth, central 
cylinder of wood surrounded by secondary 
phloem is formed. 
(D) The cells of endodermis opposite to 
protoxylem divide to give rise vascular 
cambium in dicot roots. 
    (A) (B)  (C)  (D) 
(1) T    T     F    F 
(2) T    T     T    F  
(3) T    F     T    F 
(4) F    F     T    T 
4. Read the following statements about 
dicot stem and 
choose the correct option. 
(a) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. 
(b) Vascular bundles are conjoint, collateral 
and open type. 
(c) Endarch type of arrangement of 
secondary xylem. 
(1) Only (b) is correct 
(2) Only (c) is incorrect 
(3) Both (a) and (b) are incorrect 
(4) All three statements are correct 
5. What is incorrect for companion cell? 
(1) It is specialized parenchymatous cell. 
(2) It helps in maintaining the pressure 
gradient in the sieve tubes. 
(3) It does not retain nucleus throughout the 
life. 
(4) It is absent in gymnosperms 
6. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) All tissue layers exterior to the vascular 
cambium constitute bark. 
(B) Root hypodermis is sclerenchymatous. 
(C) Ground tissue of leaves is called 
mesophyll. 
(D) Due to presence of casparian strips, 
endodermis is impervious to water. 
    (A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
(1) T    F      F     T  
(2) T    F      T     T 
(3) F    T      T     F 
(4) T    F      T     F 
7. Which of the following characters is/are 
related to 
isobilateral leaf? 
(a) Stomata are present on both surfaces. 
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Test # 7 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. What is true about cork cambium? 
(1) It is extrastelar cambium in dicot stem. 
(2) In dicot stem it arises from the cells of 
cortex region. 
(3) It is also known as phellogen. 
(4) All the above 
2. Read the following statements w.r.t. 
pericycle and choose the suitable option 
(a) It is the outermost portion of stele, that 
may be parenchymatous or 
sclerenchymatous. 
(b) It is absent in monocot stems. 
(c) It is always single layered. 
(1) Only (a) is correct 
(2) Only (b) is incorrect 
(3) Only (c) is incorrect 
(4) Both (a) & (b) are incorrect 
3. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and select the correct option 
(A) Annual rings are distinct in plants 
growing in temperate regions. 
(B) Lenticels occur in most woody trees and 
permit the exchange of gases. 
(C) Due to stellar secondary growth, central 
cylinder of wood surrounded by secondary 
phloem is formed. 
(D) The cells of endodermis opposite to 
protoxylem divide to give rise vascular 
cambium in dicot roots. 
    (A) (B)  (C)  (D) 
(1) T    T     F    F 
(2) T    T     T    F  
(3) T    F     T    F 
(4) F    F     T    T 
4. Read the following statements about 
dicot stem and 
choose the correct option. 
(a) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. 
(b) Vascular bundles are conjoint, collateral 
and open type. 
(c) Endarch type of arrangement of 
secondary xylem. 
(1) Only (b) is correct 
(2) Only (c) is incorrect 
(3) Both (a) and (b) are incorrect 
(4) All three statements are correct 
5. What is incorrect for companion cell? 
(1) It is specialized parenchymatous cell. 
(2) It helps in maintaining the pressure 
gradient in the sieve tubes. 
(3) It does not retain nucleus throughout the 
life. 
(4) It is absent in gymnosperms 
6. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) All tissue layers exterior to the vascular 
cambium constitute bark. 
(B) Root hypodermis is sclerenchymatous. 
(C) Ground tissue of leaves is called 
mesophyll. 
(D) Due to presence of casparian strips, 
endodermis is impervious to water. 
    (A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
(1) T    F      F     T  
(2) T    F      T     T 
(3) F    T      T     F 
(4) T    F      T     F 
7. Which of the following characters is/are 
related to 
isobilateral leaf? 
(a) Stomata are present on both surfaces. 
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(b) Mesophyll is differentiated into palisade 
and spongy parenchyma. 
(c) Sub-stomatal cavity is present below the 
stoma of the abaxial epidermis. 
(1) Only (a) 
(2) Only (c) 
(3) Only (a) and (c) 
(4) (a), (b) and (c) 
8. Which of the following floral features 
is not represented by symbols in a floral 
formula of a plant family? 
(1) Relative positions of ovary w.r.t. other 
parts. 
(2) Adhesion of stamens. 
(3) Aestivation of calyx and corolla 
(4) Symmetry of flower. 
 9. Select the incorrect match 
(1) Green photosynthetic - Australian 
Acacia petiole 
(2) Leaflets attached at - Silk cotton 
tip of petiole 
(3) Papillonaceous corolla - Bean 
(4) Epiphyllous stamens – Brinjal 
10. Which of the given feature is not 
related to mustard? 
(1) Superior ovary. 
(2) Variable length of filaments of 
stamens. 
(3) Parietal placentation. 
(4) Opposite phyllotaxy. 
11. Cymose inflorescence is dissimilar to 
racemose inflorescence in 
(1) Having limited growth of the main 
inflorescence axis. 
(2) Having young flowers at top. 
(3) Showing centripetal manner of 
opening of flowers. 
(4) Having acropetal arrangement of 
flowers. 
12. Read the following characters and 
mark the correct 
ones for family Fabaceae. 
(a) Flowers are arranged in acropetal 
manner on floral axis. 
(b) Flowers with radial symmetry. 
(c) Hypogynous flower. 
(d) Albuminous seeds. 
(e) Monocarpellary ovary. 
(1) Only (a) and (c) 
(2) Only (a), (c), (d) and (e) 
(3) Only (a), (c) and (e)  
(4) Only (a) and (b) 
13. Which of the following statements is 
not true for runner? 
(1) Internodes are longer. 
(2) Helps plants to spread to new niches. 
(3) Roots are present at nodes. 
(4) Found in plants like grasses, 
strawberry and jasmine. 
14. State True (T) or False (F) to the 
given statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) Abundance of lichens in any area 
indicates that the area is highly SO2 
polluted. 
(B) Mycobiont partner of lichens is 
always heterotrophic. 
(C) Body of lichens is made up of 
phycobionts only. 
     (A) (B) (C) 
(1)  T    T    F 
(2)  F    T    F  
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Test # 7 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. What is true about cork cambium? 
(1) It is extrastelar cambium in dicot stem. 
(2) In dicot stem it arises from the cells of 
cortex region. 
(3) It is also known as phellogen. 
(4) All the above 
2. Read the following statements w.r.t. 
pericycle and choose the suitable option 
(a) It is the outermost portion of stele, that 
may be parenchymatous or 
sclerenchymatous. 
(b) It is absent in monocot stems. 
(c) It is always single layered. 
(1) Only (a) is correct 
(2) Only (b) is incorrect 
(3) Only (c) is incorrect 
(4) Both (a) & (b) are incorrect 
3. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and select the correct option 
(A) Annual rings are distinct in plants 
growing in temperate regions. 
(B) Lenticels occur in most woody trees and 
permit the exchange of gases. 
(C) Due to stellar secondary growth, central 
cylinder of wood surrounded by secondary 
phloem is formed. 
(D) The cells of endodermis opposite to 
protoxylem divide to give rise vascular 
cambium in dicot roots. 
    (A) (B)  (C)  (D) 
(1) T    T     F    F 
(2) T    T     T    F  
(3) T    F     T    F 
(4) F    F     T    T 
4. Read the following statements about 
dicot stem and 
choose the correct option. 
(a) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. 
(b) Vascular bundles are conjoint, collateral 
and open type. 
(c) Endarch type of arrangement of 
secondary xylem. 
(1) Only (b) is correct 
(2) Only (c) is incorrect 
(3) Both (a) and (b) are incorrect 
(4) All three statements are correct 
5. What is incorrect for companion cell? 
(1) It is specialized parenchymatous cell. 
(2) It helps in maintaining the pressure 
gradient in the sieve tubes. 
(3) It does not retain nucleus throughout the 
life. 
(4) It is absent in gymnosperms 
6. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) All tissue layers exterior to the vascular 
cambium constitute bark. 
(B) Root hypodermis is sclerenchymatous. 
(C) Ground tissue of leaves is called 
mesophyll. 
(D) Due to presence of casparian strips, 
endodermis is impervious to water. 
    (A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
(1) T    F      F     T  
(2) T    F      T     T 
(3) F    T      T     F 
(4) T    F      T     F 
7. Which of the following characters is/are 
related to 
isobilateral leaf? 
(a) Stomata are present on both surfaces. 
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(b) Mesophyll is differentiated into palisade 
and spongy parenchyma. 
(c) Sub-stomatal cavity is present below the 
stoma of the abaxial epidermis. 
(1) Only (a) 
(2) Only (c) 
(3) Only (a) and (c) 
(4) (a), (b) and (c) 
8. Which of the following floral features 
is not represented by symbols in a floral 
formula of a plant family? 
(1) Relative positions of ovary w.r.t. other 
parts. 
(2) Adhesion of stamens. 
(3) Aestivation of calyx and corolla 
(4) Symmetry of flower. 
 9. Select the incorrect match 
(1) Green photosynthetic - Australian 
Acacia petiole 
(2) Leaflets attached at - Silk cotton 
tip of petiole 
(3) Papillonaceous corolla - Bean 
(4) Epiphyllous stamens – Brinjal 
10. Which of the given feature is not 
related to mustard? 
(1) Superior ovary. 
(2) Variable length of filaments of 
stamens. 
(3) Parietal placentation. 
(4) Opposite phyllotaxy. 
11. Cymose inflorescence is dissimilar to 
racemose inflorescence in 
(1) Having limited growth of the main 
inflorescence axis. 
(2) Having young flowers at top. 
(3) Showing centripetal manner of 
opening of flowers. 
(4) Having acropetal arrangement of 
flowers. 
12. Read the following characters and 
mark the correct 
ones for family Fabaceae. 
(a) Flowers are arranged in acropetal 
manner on floral axis. 
(b) Flowers with radial symmetry. 
(c) Hypogynous flower. 
(d) Albuminous seeds. 
(e) Monocarpellary ovary. 
(1) Only (a) and (c) 
(2) Only (a), (c), (d) and (e) 
(3) Only (a), (c) and (e)  
(4) Only (a) and (b) 
13. Which of the following statements is 
not true for runner? 
(1) Internodes are longer. 
(2) Helps plants to spread to new niches. 
(3) Roots are present at nodes. 
(4) Found in plants like grasses, 
strawberry and jasmine. 
14. State True (T) or False (F) to the 
given statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) Abundance of lichens in any area 
indicates that the area is highly SO2 
polluted. 
(B) Mycobiont partner of lichens is 
always heterotrophic. 
(C) Body of lichens is made up of 
phycobionts only. 
     (A) (B) (C) 
(1)  T    T    F 
(2)  F    T    F  
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(3)  F    F    F 
(4)  T    F    F 
15. Which of the given statement is not 
true for viruses? 
(1) They are nucleoproteins where 
protein is infectious in nature.  
(2) They can be crystallized and crystals 
consist largely of proteins. 
(3) Virus means venom or poisonous 
fluid. 
(4) A virus can never have both DNA and 
RNA as its genetic material. 
16. Mark the correct statement for 
Albugo. 
(1) Causes white rust in members of 
Brassicaceae.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Cell wall is made up of fungal 
cellulose. 
(4) Mycelium is coenocytic and septate. 
17. Organisms responsible for causing 
‘red tide’ are also 
characterized by 
(1) Presence of stiff cellulosic plates.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Presence of two longitudinal flagella. 
(4) Filamentous body made up of 
trichomes. 
18. How many of the following 
organisms possess 
membrane bound cell organelles and 
autotrophic mode 
of nutrition? 
[Nitrobacter, Chromatium, 
Methanococcus, Nostoc, 
Euglena, Gonyaulax, Paramodecium, 
Yeast, 
Puccinia] 
(1) 5      (2) 4 
(3) 2     (4) 6 
19. Group of organisms in which cell wall 
forms two thin 
overlapping shells are 
(1) Responsible for bioluminescence. 
(2) Chief producers of ocean. 
(3) Prokaryotes. 
(4) Heterotrophs. 
20. According to mass flow hypothesis 
(a) Sucrose is moved into the 
companion cells and then into the sieve 
tube by passive transport. 
(b) Inside the phloem, an osmotic 
pressure gradient is generated that 
facilitates the mass movement in the 
phloem. 
(c) Water in the adjacent xylem moves 
into the phloem by active process. 
(1) (a) and (c) are correct. 
(2) (b) and (c) are incorrect. 
(3) (a) and (c) are incorrect. 
(4) (a) and (b) are correct. 
21. Select the incorrect statements 
(a) Older dying leaves export most of 
their mineral content to younger leaves. 
(b) Sulphur and calcium and frequently 
remobilized from senescing parts. 
(c) Ions are absorbed from the soil by 
both passive and active transport. 
(d) A C3 plant loses only half as much 
water as a C4 plant for the same amount 
of CO2 fixed 
(1) (a), (b) and (c) 
(2) Only (a) and (c) 
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Test # 7 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. What is true about cork cambium? 
(1) It is extrastelar cambium in dicot stem. 
(2) In dicot stem it arises from the cells of 
cortex region. 
(3) It is also known as phellogen. 
(4) All the above 
2. Read the following statements w.r.t. 
pericycle and choose the suitable option 
(a) It is the outermost portion of stele, that 
may be parenchymatous or 
sclerenchymatous. 
(b) It is absent in monocot stems. 
(c) It is always single layered. 
(1) Only (a) is correct 
(2) Only (b) is incorrect 
(3) Only (c) is incorrect 
(4) Both (a) & (b) are incorrect 
3. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and select the correct option 
(A) Annual rings are distinct in plants 
growing in temperate regions. 
(B) Lenticels occur in most woody trees and 
permit the exchange of gases. 
(C) Due to stellar secondary growth, central 
cylinder of wood surrounded by secondary 
phloem is formed. 
(D) The cells of endodermis opposite to 
protoxylem divide to give rise vascular 
cambium in dicot roots. 
    (A) (B)  (C)  (D) 
(1) T    T     F    F 
(2) T    T     T    F  
(3) T    F     T    F 
(4) F    F     T    T 
4. Read the following statements about 
dicot stem and 
choose the correct option. 
(a) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. 
(b) Vascular bundles are conjoint, collateral 
and open type. 
(c) Endarch type of arrangement of 
secondary xylem. 
(1) Only (b) is correct 
(2) Only (c) is incorrect 
(3) Both (a) and (b) are incorrect 
(4) All three statements are correct 
5. What is incorrect for companion cell? 
(1) It is specialized parenchymatous cell. 
(2) It helps in maintaining the pressure 
gradient in the sieve tubes. 
(3) It does not retain nucleus throughout the 
life. 
(4) It is absent in gymnosperms 
6. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) All tissue layers exterior to the vascular 
cambium constitute bark. 
(B) Root hypodermis is sclerenchymatous. 
(C) Ground tissue of leaves is called 
mesophyll. 
(D) Due to presence of casparian strips, 
endodermis is impervious to water. 
    (A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
(1) T    F      F     T  
(2) T    F      T     T 
(3) F    T      T     F 
(4) T    F      T     F 
7. Which of the following characters is/are 
related to 
isobilateral leaf? 
(a) Stomata are present on both surfaces. 
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(b) Mesophyll is differentiated into palisade 
and spongy parenchyma. 
(c) Sub-stomatal cavity is present below the 
stoma of the abaxial epidermis. 
(1) Only (a) 
(2) Only (c) 
(3) Only (a) and (c) 
(4) (a), (b) and (c) 
8. Which of the following floral features 
is not represented by symbols in a floral 
formula of a plant family? 
(1) Relative positions of ovary w.r.t. other 
parts. 
(2) Adhesion of stamens. 
(3) Aestivation of calyx and corolla 
(4) Symmetry of flower. 
 9. Select the incorrect match 
(1) Green photosynthetic - Australian 
Acacia petiole 
(2) Leaflets attached at - Silk cotton 
tip of petiole 
(3) Papillonaceous corolla - Bean 
(4) Epiphyllous stamens – Brinjal 
10. Which of the given feature is not 
related to mustard? 
(1) Superior ovary. 
(2) Variable length of filaments of 
stamens. 
(3) Parietal placentation. 
(4) Opposite phyllotaxy. 
11. Cymose inflorescence is dissimilar to 
racemose inflorescence in 
(1) Having limited growth of the main 
inflorescence axis. 
(2) Having young flowers at top. 
(3) Showing centripetal manner of 
opening of flowers. 
(4) Having acropetal arrangement of 
flowers. 
12. Read the following characters and 
mark the correct 
ones for family Fabaceae. 
(a) Flowers are arranged in acropetal 
manner on floral axis. 
(b) Flowers with radial symmetry. 
(c) Hypogynous flower. 
(d) Albuminous seeds. 
(e) Monocarpellary ovary. 
(1) Only (a) and (c) 
(2) Only (a), (c), (d) and (e) 
(3) Only (a), (c) and (e)  
(4) Only (a) and (b) 
13. Which of the following statements is 
not true for runner? 
(1) Internodes are longer. 
(2) Helps plants to spread to new niches. 
(3) Roots are present at nodes. 
(4) Found in plants like grasses, 
strawberry and jasmine. 
14. State True (T) or False (F) to the 
given statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) Abundance of lichens in any area 
indicates that the area is highly SO2 
polluted. 
(B) Mycobiont partner of lichens is 
always heterotrophic. 
(C) Body of lichens is made up of 
phycobionts only. 
     (A) (B) (C) 
(1)  T    T    F 
(2)  F    T    F  
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(3)  F    F    F 
(4)  T    F    F 
15. Which of the given statement is not 
true for viruses? 
(1) They are nucleoproteins where 
protein is infectious in nature.  
(2) They can be crystallized and crystals 
consist largely of proteins. 
(3) Virus means venom or poisonous 
fluid. 
(4) A virus can never have both DNA and 
RNA as its genetic material. 
16. Mark the correct statement for 
Albugo. 
(1) Causes white rust in members of 
Brassicaceae.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Cell wall is made up of fungal 
cellulose. 
(4) Mycelium is coenocytic and septate. 
17. Organisms responsible for causing 
‘red tide’ are also 
characterized by 
(1) Presence of stiff cellulosic plates.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Presence of two longitudinal flagella. 
(4) Filamentous body made up of 
trichomes. 
18. How many of the following 
organisms possess 
membrane bound cell organelles and 
autotrophic mode 
of nutrition? 
[Nitrobacter, Chromatium, 
Methanococcus, Nostoc, 
Euglena, Gonyaulax, Paramodecium, 
Yeast, 
Puccinia] 
(1) 5      (2) 4 
(3) 2     (4) 6 
19. Group of organisms in which cell wall 
forms two thin 
overlapping shells are 
(1) Responsible for bioluminescence. 
(2) Chief producers of ocean. 
(3) Prokaryotes. 
(4) Heterotrophs. 
20. According to mass flow hypothesis 
(a) Sucrose is moved into the 
companion cells and then into the sieve 
tube by passive transport. 
(b) Inside the phloem, an osmotic 
pressure gradient is generated that 
facilitates the mass movement in the 
phloem. 
(c) Water in the adjacent xylem moves 
into the phloem by active process. 
(1) (a) and (c) are correct. 
(2) (b) and (c) are incorrect. 
(3) (a) and (c) are incorrect. 
(4) (a) and (b) are correct. 
21. Select the incorrect statements 
(a) Older dying leaves export most of 
their mineral content to younger leaves. 
(b) Sulphur and calcium and frequently 
remobilized from senescing parts. 
(c) Ions are absorbed from the soil by 
both passive and active transport. 
(d) A C3 plant loses only half as much 
water as a C4 plant for the same amount 
of CO2 fixed 
(1) (a), (b) and (c) 
(2) Only (a) and (c) 
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(3) Only (b) and (d)  
(4) All except (c) 
22. Coralloid roots of gymnosperms 
are/have 
(1) Irregular and possess large number 
of roots hairs. 
(2) Symbiotic association with 
Rhizobium. 
(3) Symbiotic association with N 2 - fixing 
cyanobacteria.  
(4) VAM 
23. In pteridophytes, gametophyte that 
develops in the homosporous species is 
usually 
(1) Monoecious and has events, 
precursor to the seed habit. 
(2) Dioecious and does not lead to seed 
habit. 
(3) Monoecious and does not lead to 
seed habit.  
(4) Dioecious and has events, precursor 
to the seed habit. 
24. Read the following statements and 
select the option with correct statements 
(a) In Wolfia, the highly reduced female 
gametophyte present within ovule, is 
embryo sac. 
(b) The ploidy level of endosperm in 
Cycas and Eucalyptus is triploid. 
(c) Azolla is a water fern. 
(d) Majority of the red algae are marine 
with greater abundance in the warmer 
areas. 
(1) (a) and (b) only          
(2) (b) and (c) only 
(3) (a), (b) and (c) 
(4) (a), (c) and (d) 
25. Match the classes of pteridophyte 
given in column-I with their respective 
members given in column-II 
Column-I Column-II 
(A) Psilopsida (i) Selaginella 
(B) Lycopsida (ii) Adiantum 
(C) Pteropsida (iii) Psilotum 
(D) Sphenopsida (iv) Equisetum 
Select the correct answer from the 
following 
(1) (A) – (iii), (B) – (i), (C) – (iv), (D) – (ii) 
(2) (A) – (i), (B) – (iii), (C) – (ii), (D) – (iv) 
(3) (A) – (iii), (B) – (i), (C) – (ii), (D) – (iv)  
(4) (A) – (i), (B) – (iv), (C) – (iii), (D) – (ii) 
26. Read the following statements and 
select the incorrect 
ones 
(a) Mosses have an elaborate 
mechanism of spore 
dispersal. 
(b) In liverworts, the haploid free living 
sporophyte is formed by spore 
germination. 
(c) Vegetative reproduction in 
Polytrichum occurs by budding in the 
secondary protenema. 
(d) Marchantia is a heterosporous 
bryophyte. 
(e) Growth of bog moss ultimately fills 
ponds and lakes with soil 
(1) (a), (b) and (c) 
(2) (d) and (e) only 
(3) (b) and (d) only  
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Test # 7 (NEETprep Test Series) 
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1. What is true about cork cambium? 
(1) It is extrastelar cambium in dicot stem. 
(2) In dicot stem it arises from the cells of 
cortex region. 
(3) It is also known as phellogen. 
(4) All the above 
2. Read the following statements w.r.t. 
pericycle and choose the suitable option 
(a) It is the outermost portion of stele, that 
may be parenchymatous or 
sclerenchymatous. 
(b) It is absent in monocot stems. 
(c) It is always single layered. 
(1) Only (a) is correct 
(2) Only (b) is incorrect 
(3) Only (c) is incorrect 
(4) Both (a) & (b) are incorrect 
3. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and select the correct option 
(A) Annual rings are distinct in plants 
growing in temperate regions. 
(B) Lenticels occur in most woody trees and 
permit the exchange of gases. 
(C) Due to stellar secondary growth, central 
cylinder of wood surrounded by secondary 
phloem is formed. 
(D) The cells of endodermis opposite to 
protoxylem divide to give rise vascular 
cambium in dicot roots. 
    (A) (B)  (C)  (D) 
(1) T    T     F    F 
(2) T    T     T    F  
(3) T    F     T    F 
(4) F    F     T    T 
4. Read the following statements about 
dicot stem and 
choose the correct option. 
(a) Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. 
(b) Vascular bundles are conjoint, collateral 
and open type. 
(c) Endarch type of arrangement of 
secondary xylem. 
(1) Only (b) is correct 
(2) Only (c) is incorrect 
(3) Both (a) and (b) are incorrect 
(4) All three statements are correct 
5. What is incorrect for companion cell? 
(1) It is specialized parenchymatous cell. 
(2) It helps in maintaining the pressure 
gradient in the sieve tubes. 
(3) It does not retain nucleus throughout the 
life. 
(4) It is absent in gymnosperms 
6. State True (T) or False (F) to the given 
statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) All tissue layers exterior to the vascular 
cambium constitute bark. 
(B) Root hypodermis is sclerenchymatous. 
(C) Ground tissue of leaves is called 
mesophyll. 
(D) Due to presence of casparian strips, 
endodermis is impervious to water. 
    (A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
(1) T    F      F     T  
(2) T    F      T     T 
(3) F    T      T     F 
(4) T    F      T     F 
7. Which of the following characters is/are 
related to 
isobilateral leaf? 
(a) Stomata are present on both surfaces. 
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(b) Mesophyll is differentiated into palisade 
and spongy parenchyma. 
(c) Sub-stomatal cavity is present below the 
stoma of the abaxial epidermis. 
(1) Only (a) 
(2) Only (c) 
(3) Only (a) and (c) 
(4) (a), (b) and (c) 
8. Which of the following floral features 
is not represented by symbols in a floral 
formula of a plant family? 
(1) Relative positions of ovary w.r.t. other 
parts. 
(2) Adhesion of stamens. 
(3) Aestivation of calyx and corolla 
(4) Symmetry of flower. 
 9. Select the incorrect match 
(1) Green photosynthetic - Australian 
Acacia petiole 
(2) Leaflets attached at - Silk cotton 
tip of petiole 
(3) Papillonaceous corolla - Bean 
(4) Epiphyllous stamens – Brinjal 
10. Which of the given feature is not 
related to mustard? 
(1) Superior ovary. 
(2) Variable length of filaments of 
stamens. 
(3) Parietal placentation. 
(4) Opposite phyllotaxy. 
11. Cymose inflorescence is dissimilar to 
racemose inflorescence in 
(1) Having limited growth of the main 
inflorescence axis. 
(2) Having young flowers at top. 
(3) Showing centripetal manner of 
opening of flowers. 
(4) Having acropetal arrangement of 
flowers. 
12. Read the following characters and 
mark the correct 
ones for family Fabaceae. 
(a) Flowers are arranged in acropetal 
manner on floral axis. 
(b) Flowers with radial symmetry. 
(c) Hypogynous flower. 
(d) Albuminous seeds. 
(e) Monocarpellary ovary. 
(1) Only (a) and (c) 
(2) Only (a), (c), (d) and (e) 
(3) Only (a), (c) and (e)  
(4) Only (a) and (b) 
13. Which of the following statements is 
not true for runner? 
(1) Internodes are longer. 
(2) Helps plants to spread to new niches. 
(3) Roots are present at nodes. 
(4) Found in plants like grasses, 
strawberry and jasmine. 
14. State True (T) or False (F) to the 
given statements and 
select the correct option 
(A) Abundance of lichens in any area 
indicates that the area is highly SO2 
polluted. 
(B) Mycobiont partner of lichens is 
always heterotrophic. 
(C) Body of lichens is made up of 
phycobionts only. 
     (A) (B) (C) 
(1)  T    T    F 
(2)  F    T    F  
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(3)  F    F    F 
(4)  T    F    F 
15. Which of the given statement is not 
true for viruses? 
(1) They are nucleoproteins where 
protein is infectious in nature.  
(2) They can be crystallized and crystals 
consist largely of proteins. 
(3) Virus means venom or poisonous 
fluid. 
(4) A virus can never have both DNA and 
RNA as its genetic material. 
16. Mark the correct statement for 
Albugo. 
(1) Causes white rust in members of 
Brassicaceae.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Cell wall is made up of fungal 
cellulose. 
(4) Mycelium is coenocytic and septate. 
17. Organisms responsible for causing 
‘red tide’ are also 
characterized by 
(1) Presence of stiff cellulosic plates.  
(2) Obligate saprophyte. 
(3) Presence of two longitudinal flagella. 
(4) Filamentous body made up of 
trichomes. 
18. How many of the following 
organisms possess 
membrane bound cell organelles and 
autotrophic mode 
of nutrition? 
[Nitrobacter, Chromatium, 
Methanococcus, Nostoc, 
Euglena, Gonyaulax, Paramodecium, 
Yeast, 
Puccinia] 
(1) 5      (2) 4 
(3) 2     (4) 6 
19. Group of organisms in which cell wall 
forms two thin 
overlapping shells are 
(1) Responsible for bioluminescence. 
(2) Chief producers of ocean. 
(3) Prokaryotes. 
(4) Heterotrophs. 
20. According to mass flow hypothesis 
(a) Sucrose is moved into the 
companion cells and then into the sieve 
tube by passive transport. 
(b) Inside the phloem, an osmotic 
pressure gradient is generated that 
facilitates the mass movement in the 
phloem. 
(c) Water in the adjacent xylem moves 
into the phloem by active process. 
(1) (a) and (c) are correct. 
(2) (b) and (c) are incorrect. 
(3) (a) and (c) are incorrect. 
(4) (a) and (b) are correct. 
21. Select the incorrect statements 
(a) Older dying leaves export most of 
their mineral content to younger leaves. 
(b) Sulphur and calcium and frequently 
remobilized from senescing parts. 
(c) Ions are absorbed from the soil by 
both passive and active transport. 
(d) A C3 plant loses only half as much 
water as a C4 plant for the same amount 
of CO2 fixed 
(1) (a), (b) and (c) 
(2) Only (a) and (c) 
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(3) Only (b) and (d)  
(4) All except (c) 
22. Coralloid roots of gymnosperms 
are/have 
(1) Irregular and possess large number 
of roots hairs. 
(2) Symbiotic association with 
Rhizobium. 
(3) Symbiotic association with N 2 - fixing 
cyanobacteria.  
(4) VAM 
23. In pteridophytes, gametophyte that 
develops in the homosporous species is 
usually 
(1) Monoecious and has events, 
precursor to the seed habit. 
(2) Dioecious and does not lead to seed 
habit. 
(3) Monoecious and does not lead to 
seed habit.  
(4) Dioecious and has events, precursor 
to the seed habit. 
24. Read the following statements and 
select the option with correct statements 
(a) In Wolfia, the highly reduced female 
gametophyte present within ovule, is 
embryo sac. 
(b) The ploidy level of endosperm in 
Cycas and Eucalyptus is triploid. 
(c) Azolla is a water fern. 
(d) Majority of the red algae are marine 
with greater abundance in the warmer 
areas. 
(1) (a) and (b) only          
(2) (b) and (c) only 
(3) (a), (b) and (c) 
(4) (a), (c) and (d) 
25. Match the classes of pteridophyte 
given in column-I with their respective 
members given in column-II 
Column-I Column-II 
(A) Psilopsida (i) Selaginella 
(B) Lycopsida (ii) Adiantum 
(C) Pteropsida (iii) Psilotum 
(D) Sphenopsida (iv) Equisetum 
Select the correct answer from the 
following 
(1) (A) – (iii), (B) – (i), (C) – (iv), (D) – (ii) 
(2) (A) – (i), (B) – (iii), (C) – (ii), (D) – (iv) 
(3) (A) – (iii), (B) – (i), (C) – (ii), (D) – (iv)  
(4) (A) – (i), (B) – (iv), (C) – (iii), (D) – (ii) 
26. Read the following statements and 
select the incorrect 
ones 
(a) Mosses have an elaborate 
mechanism of spore 
dispersal. 
(b) In liverworts, the haploid free living 
sporophyte is formed by spore 
germination. 
(c) Vegetative reproduction in 
Polytrichum occurs by budding in the 
secondary protenema. 
(d) Marchantia is a heterosporous 
bryophyte. 
(e) Growth of bog moss ultimately fills 
ponds and lakes with soil 
(1) (a), (b) and (c) 
(2) (d) and (e) only 
(3) (b) and (d) only  
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(4) All except (a) 
27. The members of phaeophyceae are 
characterized by all, except 
(1) Presence of chlorophyll a,c and 
fucoxanthin pigments. 
(2) Production of pear-shaped and 
biflagellated asexual spores. 
(3) Production of pyriform gametes that 
bear laterally attached flagella. 
(4) Their occurrence, mostly in fresh 
water habitats. 
28. Which of the following characters, 
are defining features 
of all living organisms? 
(A) Growth from inside 
(B) Sexual reproduction 
(C) Metabolism 
(D) Response to stimuli 
(E) Cellular organisation 
(1) Only (C), (D) and (E) 
(2) Only (A) and (B) 
(3) Only (B), (C) and (D) 
(4) All except (B)  
29. A taxonomic aid which gives actual 
account of habitat 
and distribution of various plants of 
given area, is 
(1) Manual      (2) Flora  
(3) Monograph (4) Catalogue 
30. “The synaptonemal complex is 
formed during _A_ 
stage and dissolves during _B_ stage”. 
Complete the above statement by 
choosing the correct 
option for A and B 
         A               B 
(1) Diplotene    Diakinesis 
(2) Leptotene   Zygotene 
(3) Zygotene    Diplotene 
(4) Pachytene  Diplotene 
31. Chromosomes appear like a ‘ball of 
wool’ in 
(1) Prophase     (2) Telophase 
(3) Anaphase    (4) Metaphase 
32. Which one of the following features 
differentiates G2 
phase from G1 phase? 
(1) Synthesis of proteins. 
(2) C4 content of DNA. 
(3) C2 content of DNA. 
(4) Synthesis of RNA. 
33. Endoplasmic reticulum which is free 
of ribosomes is involved in all the given 
functions, except 
(1) Synthesis of enzyme precursor for 
lysosomes.  
(2) Detoxificatin of drugs. 
(3) Uptake and release of Ca
2+
 ions 
during muscle contraction. 
(4) Glycogen synthesis. 
34. A membraneless cell organelle which 
is not found in higher plants is/has 
(1) 9+2 arrangement of microtubules. 
(2) A role in formation of flagella in 
prokaryotes. 
(3) composed of rRNA and proteins. 
(4) Involved in the formation of spindle 
fibres during cell division in animals. 
35. Enzymes and electron carriers for the 
formation of cellular energy are present 
in the mitochondria at 
(1) Outer membrane only. 
(2) Inner membrane only. 
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