NEET MOCK TEST PAPER 3 BY Awantika Gupta MBBS Notes | EduRev

MBBS : NEET MOCK TEST PAPER 3 BY Awantika Gupta MBBS Notes | EduRev

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Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. In cymose inflorescence when shoot tip gets 
converted into flower, than flower is ? 
1. It is always solitary  
2. It is in cluster 
3. It is always sympodial  
4. It is always acropetal 
 
2. In a flower staminode represents 
1. Fertile stamen  
2. Sterile stamen 
3. Under develop stamen  
4. Bunch of stamen 
 
3. Match the following 
A. Diadelphous                   (i) Malvaceae 
B. Polyadelphous                (ii) Fabaceae 
C. Monodelphous                (iii) Solanaceae 
D. Epipetalous                    (iv) Rutaceae 
1. A – ii, B – iv, C – i, D – iii  
2. A – iv, B – i, C – ii, D – iii 
3. A – iv, B – iii, C – i, D – ii  
4. A – i, B – iv, C – iii, D – ii 
 
4. These are the names of plants, maximum 
number of plants belong to which family 
(i) Sem (ii) Sesbania (iii) Muliathi (iv) Petunia (v) 
Chilli (vi) belladonna (vii) Asparagus 
(viii) Gloriosa (ix) Colchicum (x) Trifolium 
1. Solanacea  
2. Malvaceae  
3. Fabaceae  
4. Liliaceae 
 
5. Which one of the following is not a medicinal 
plant 
1. Lupin  
2. Belladonna  
3. Aloe  
4. Ashwagandha 
 
6. If false septum is present. Than what would be 
the placentation 
1. Axile  
2. Parietal 
3. Marginal  
4. Free central 
7. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about Cajanuscajan 
1. Seed is endospermic  
2. Source of pulses 
3. Vexillary aestivation  
4. Ovary superior 
 
8. Roots become modified to perform functions 
like 
1. Additional support and absorption of water 
2. Absorption and conduction of water and 
minerals 
3. Storage of food and respiration 
4. Absorption of minerals and storage of food 
9. Select correct option w.r.t Mangroves 
(i) Grows in swampy area 
(ii) Pneumatophores are present for respiration 
(iii) Is halophyte 
(iv) Shows in-situ germination of seed 
1. All are correct  
2. All are correct except (iv) 
3. All are correct except (i) & (iv)  
4. All are correct except (i), (iii), & (iv) 
 
10. Fruit of coconut plant is developed from 
1. Monocarpellary ovary  
2. Superior ovary 
3. Epigynous flower 
4. Both a and b 
 
11. The type of sub-aerial weak stem present in 
Pistia is also present in 
1. Jasmine  
2. Pineapple  
3. Strawberry  
4. Eichhornia 
 
12. Read the following statement carefully 
(i) In dicots, the leaf base expands into a sheath 
covering the stem partially or wholly 
(ii) Veins provide rigidity to the leaf blade. 
(iii) In monocots, leaf base is swollen and is 
known as pulvinus. 
(iv) The petiole holds the blade to light 
How many statement(s) is/are incorrect? 
1. Two  
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Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. In cymose inflorescence when shoot tip gets 
converted into flower, than flower is ? 
1. It is always solitary  
2. It is in cluster 
3. It is always sympodial  
4. It is always acropetal 
 
2. In a flower staminode represents 
1. Fertile stamen  
2. Sterile stamen 
3. Under develop stamen  
4. Bunch of stamen 
 
3. Match the following 
A. Diadelphous                   (i) Malvaceae 
B. Polyadelphous                (ii) Fabaceae 
C. Monodelphous                (iii) Solanaceae 
D. Epipetalous                    (iv) Rutaceae 
1. A – ii, B – iv, C – i, D – iii  
2. A – iv, B – i, C – ii, D – iii 
3. A – iv, B – iii, C – i, D – ii  
4. A – i, B – iv, C – iii, D – ii 
 
4. These are the names of plants, maximum 
number of plants belong to which family 
(i) Sem (ii) Sesbania (iii) Muliathi (iv) Petunia (v) 
Chilli (vi) belladonna (vii) Asparagus 
(viii) Gloriosa (ix) Colchicum (x) Trifolium 
1. Solanacea  
2. Malvaceae  
3. Fabaceae  
4. Liliaceae 
 
5. Which one of the following is not a medicinal 
plant 
1. Lupin  
2. Belladonna  
3. Aloe  
4. Ashwagandha 
 
6. If false septum is present. Than what would be 
the placentation 
1. Axile  
2. Parietal 
3. Marginal  
4. Free central 
7. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about Cajanuscajan 
1. Seed is endospermic  
2. Source of pulses 
3. Vexillary aestivation  
4. Ovary superior 
 
8. Roots become modified to perform functions 
like 
1. Additional support and absorption of water 
2. Absorption and conduction of water and 
minerals 
3. Storage of food and respiration 
4. Absorption of minerals and storage of food 
9. Select correct option w.r.t Mangroves 
(i) Grows in swampy area 
(ii) Pneumatophores are present for respiration 
(iii) Is halophyte 
(iv) Shows in-situ germination of seed 
1. All are correct  
2. All are correct except (iv) 
3. All are correct except (i) & (iv)  
4. All are correct except (i), (iii), & (iv) 
 
10. Fruit of coconut plant is developed from 
1. Monocarpellary ovary  
2. Superior ovary 
3. Epigynous flower 
4. Both a and b 
 
11. The type of sub-aerial weak stem present in 
Pistia is also present in 
1. Jasmine  
2. Pineapple  
3. Strawberry  
4. Eichhornia 
 
12. Read the following statement carefully 
(i) In dicots, the leaf base expands into a sheath 
covering the stem partially or wholly 
(ii) Veins provide rigidity to the leaf blade. 
(iii) In monocots, leaf base is swollen and is 
known as pulvinus. 
(iv) The petiole holds the blade to light 
How many statement(s) is/are incorrect? 
1. Two  
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2. Four  
3. One  
4. Three 
 
13. How many statements are correct ? 
(i) The seed coat has two layers, the outer testa 
and the inner tegmen 
(ii) The hilum is the small pore on seed coat. 
(iii) Both plumule and radical are enclosed in 
sheath known as coleoptiles in monocot 
(iv) Castor seed is endospermic 
(v) Generally monocots have non-endospermic 
seeds except some like orchinds. 
(vi) A dicot embryo consists of an embryonal axis 
and two cotyledons 
1. six  
2. five  
3. four  
4. three 
 
14. In a papilionaceous corolla, the anterior petal 
is 
1. Smallest and called keel  
2. Known as scale 
3.  Largest and is known as wing  
4. Largest and is known as standard 
 
15. Which of the following pairs of cells is related 
ontogenetically? 
1. Trachieds and tracheae 
2. Sieve cells and sieve tube components 
3. Sieve tube members and phloem 
4. Sieve tube members and companion cells 
16. Conjunctive tissue is 
1. parenchymatous tissue present between two 
vascular bundles in dicot stem 
2.  parenchymatous tissue present between 
xylem and phloem in root 
3. sclerenchymatous tissue present in cortex 
4. lateral meristem 
 
17. Protoxylem and stomata in a dorsiventral leaf 
are present 
1. on the abaxial and adaxial sides, respectively 
2. on the adaxial and abaxial sides, respectively 
3. on the adaxial side 
4. on the abaxial side 
18. The cells shown in the below diagram are of 
______ tissue and can be seen in ______ layer of 
the dicot stem. 
 
1. Collenchyma, Hypodermis 
2. Sclerenchyma, Sclereids 
3. Parenchyma, Pericycle 
4. Parenchyma, Pith 
19. Mechanical support to the growing parts of 
the plant such as young stem and petiole of 
leaf is provided by a living tissue called 
1. Collenchyma  
2. Aerenchyma 
3. Chlorenchyma  
4. Sclerenchyma 
 
20. Which of the following is correct statement 
for intercalary meristems? 
1. They lie at tip of root apex 
2. They lie at base of stem always 
3. They are short lived and consumed during 
primary growth 
4. They are long lived and cause increase in 
length 
21. Compare diagram ‘a’ with ‘b’ and find out 
which statement is incorrect about 
difference between these two diagrams. 
 
 
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Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. In cymose inflorescence when shoot tip gets 
converted into flower, than flower is ? 
1. It is always solitary  
2. It is in cluster 
3. It is always sympodial  
4. It is always acropetal 
 
2. In a flower staminode represents 
1. Fertile stamen  
2. Sterile stamen 
3. Under develop stamen  
4. Bunch of stamen 
 
3. Match the following 
A. Diadelphous                   (i) Malvaceae 
B. Polyadelphous                (ii) Fabaceae 
C. Monodelphous                (iii) Solanaceae 
D. Epipetalous                    (iv) Rutaceae 
1. A – ii, B – iv, C – i, D – iii  
2. A – iv, B – i, C – ii, D – iii 
3. A – iv, B – iii, C – i, D – ii  
4. A – i, B – iv, C – iii, D – ii 
 
4. These are the names of plants, maximum 
number of plants belong to which family 
(i) Sem (ii) Sesbania (iii) Muliathi (iv) Petunia (v) 
Chilli (vi) belladonna (vii) Asparagus 
(viii) Gloriosa (ix) Colchicum (x) Trifolium 
1. Solanacea  
2. Malvaceae  
3. Fabaceae  
4. Liliaceae 
 
5. Which one of the following is not a medicinal 
plant 
1. Lupin  
2. Belladonna  
3. Aloe  
4. Ashwagandha 
 
6. If false septum is present. Than what would be 
the placentation 
1. Axile  
2. Parietal 
3. Marginal  
4. Free central 
7. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about Cajanuscajan 
1. Seed is endospermic  
2. Source of pulses 
3. Vexillary aestivation  
4. Ovary superior 
 
8. Roots become modified to perform functions 
like 
1. Additional support and absorption of water 
2. Absorption and conduction of water and 
minerals 
3. Storage of food and respiration 
4. Absorption of minerals and storage of food 
9. Select correct option w.r.t Mangroves 
(i) Grows in swampy area 
(ii) Pneumatophores are present for respiration 
(iii) Is halophyte 
(iv) Shows in-situ germination of seed 
1. All are correct  
2. All are correct except (iv) 
3. All are correct except (i) & (iv)  
4. All are correct except (i), (iii), & (iv) 
 
10. Fruit of coconut plant is developed from 
1. Monocarpellary ovary  
2. Superior ovary 
3. Epigynous flower 
4. Both a and b 
 
11. The type of sub-aerial weak stem present in 
Pistia is also present in 
1. Jasmine  
2. Pineapple  
3. Strawberry  
4. Eichhornia 
 
12. Read the following statement carefully 
(i) In dicots, the leaf base expands into a sheath 
covering the stem partially or wholly 
(ii) Veins provide rigidity to the leaf blade. 
(iii) In monocots, leaf base is swollen and is 
known as pulvinus. 
(iv) The petiole holds the blade to light 
How many statement(s) is/are incorrect? 
1. Two  
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2. Four  
3. One  
4. Three 
 
13. How many statements are correct ? 
(i) The seed coat has two layers, the outer testa 
and the inner tegmen 
(ii) The hilum is the small pore on seed coat. 
(iii) Both plumule and radical are enclosed in 
sheath known as coleoptiles in monocot 
(iv) Castor seed is endospermic 
(v) Generally monocots have non-endospermic 
seeds except some like orchinds. 
(vi) A dicot embryo consists of an embryonal axis 
and two cotyledons 
1. six  
2. five  
3. four  
4. three 
 
14. In a papilionaceous corolla, the anterior petal 
is 
1. Smallest and called keel  
2. Known as scale 
3.  Largest and is known as wing  
4. Largest and is known as standard 
 
15. Which of the following pairs of cells is related 
ontogenetically? 
1. Trachieds and tracheae 
2. Sieve cells and sieve tube components 
3. Sieve tube members and phloem 
4. Sieve tube members and companion cells 
16. Conjunctive tissue is 
1. parenchymatous tissue present between two 
vascular bundles in dicot stem 
2.  parenchymatous tissue present between 
xylem and phloem in root 
3. sclerenchymatous tissue present in cortex 
4. lateral meristem 
 
17. Protoxylem and stomata in a dorsiventral leaf 
are present 
1. on the abaxial and adaxial sides, respectively 
2. on the adaxial and abaxial sides, respectively 
3. on the adaxial side 
4. on the abaxial side 
18. The cells shown in the below diagram are of 
______ tissue and can be seen in ______ layer of 
the dicot stem. 
 
1. Collenchyma, Hypodermis 
2. Sclerenchyma, Sclereids 
3. Parenchyma, Pericycle 
4. Parenchyma, Pith 
19. Mechanical support to the growing parts of 
the plant such as young stem and petiole of 
leaf is provided by a living tissue called 
1. Collenchyma  
2. Aerenchyma 
3. Chlorenchyma  
4. Sclerenchyma 
 
20. Which of the following is correct statement 
for intercalary meristems? 
1. They lie at tip of root apex 
2. They lie at base of stem always 
3. They are short lived and consumed during 
primary growth 
4. They are long lived and cause increase in 
length 
21. Compare diagram ‘a’ with ‘b’ and find out 
which statement is incorrect about 
difference between these two diagrams. 
 
 
Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
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1. In ‘a’ mesophyll is of two type where as in case 
of ‘b’ mesophyll is of single type 
2. In ‘a’ stomata is mainly at lower surface 
whereas in ‘b’ stomata is at both the surface 
3. In ‘a’ vascular bundle is of different size 
whereas in ‘b’ vascular bundle is of more or 
less equal size 
4. In ‘a’ xylem is towards adaxial surface whereas 
in ‘b’ xylem is towards abaxial surface 
 
22. A large number of proteins made by the 
ribosomes get modified in 
1. Lysosomes.  
2. Trans face of Golgi apparatus. 
3. Cisternae of Golgi apparatus.  
4. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum. 
 
23. Three of the following statements regarding 
cell organelles are correct while one is wrong. 
Which one is wrong? 
1. Lysosomes are double membraned vesicles 
budded off from golgi bodies and contain 
digestive enzymes. 
2. Endoplasmic reticulum consists of a network 
of membranous tubules and helps in transport, 
synthesis and secretion. 
3. Leucoplasts are bound by two membranes, 
lack pigments but contain their own DNA and 
protein synthesizing machinery. 
4. Sphaerosomes are single membrane bound 
and are associated with synthesis and storage of 
lipids. 
 
24. Consider the following cellular functions: 
A. Transport of substances. 
B. Synthesis of proteins. 
C. Synthesis of steroidal hormones. 
D. Glycogen metabolism. 
E. Detoxification of drugs 
F. Giving rise to sphaerosomes. 
ER helps in how many of the above functions? 
1. Two  
2. Four  
3. Six  
4. Five 
 
25. Select the incorrect statement: 
1. Leeuwenhoek first described a live cell 
2. Robert Brown discovered the nucleus 
3. Robert Hooke first saw a living cell 
4.  Schwann proposed that bodies of animals 
and plants are composed of cells and 
products of cells 
 
26. "One of the most important functions of the 
plasma membrane is the transport of 
molecules." Which of the following is correct 
with respect to this statement? 
1. Polar molecules can pass easily through the 
lipid bilayer 
2.  The membrane does not support passive 
transport 
3. Neutral solutes require a carrier protein of 
membrane for transport 
4. The membrane is selectively permeable to 
some molecules present on either side of it 
 
27. Mitochondria and plastids are similar in all of 
the following aspects, except: 
1. Possess circular ds-DNA 
2. Have endo-symbiotic origin 
3. Are the sites of carbohydrate biosynthesis 
4. Divide by fission 
 
28. Lysosomes are: 
1. Double membrane bound vesicular structures 
2. Rich in few hydrolases 
3. Formed by packaging in Golgi apparatus 
4. Formed by engulfing the food particles 
29. Choose the correct statement with respect to 
the following diagram: 
 
 
1. Section of flagella showing different parts 
seen in eukaryotes and prokaryotes 
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Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
1. In cymose inflorescence when shoot tip gets 
converted into flower, than flower is ? 
1. It is always solitary  
2. It is in cluster 
3. It is always sympodial  
4. It is always acropetal 
 
2. In a flower staminode represents 
1. Fertile stamen  
2. Sterile stamen 
3. Under develop stamen  
4. Bunch of stamen 
 
3. Match the following 
A. Diadelphous                   (i) Malvaceae 
B. Polyadelphous                (ii) Fabaceae 
C. Monodelphous                (iii) Solanaceae 
D. Epipetalous                    (iv) Rutaceae 
1. A – ii, B – iv, C – i, D – iii  
2. A – iv, B – i, C – ii, D – iii 
3. A – iv, B – iii, C – i, D – ii  
4. A – i, B – iv, C – iii, D – ii 
 
4. These are the names of plants, maximum 
number of plants belong to which family 
(i) Sem (ii) Sesbania (iii) Muliathi (iv) Petunia (v) 
Chilli (vi) belladonna (vii) Asparagus 
(viii) Gloriosa (ix) Colchicum (x) Trifolium 
1. Solanacea  
2. Malvaceae  
3. Fabaceae  
4. Liliaceae 
 
5. Which one of the following is not a medicinal 
plant 
1. Lupin  
2. Belladonna  
3. Aloe  
4. Ashwagandha 
 
6. If false septum is present. Than what would be 
the placentation 
1. Axile  
2. Parietal 
3. Marginal  
4. Free central 
7. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about Cajanuscajan 
1. Seed is endospermic  
2. Source of pulses 
3. Vexillary aestivation  
4. Ovary superior 
 
8. Roots become modified to perform functions 
like 
1. Additional support and absorption of water 
2. Absorption and conduction of water and 
minerals 
3. Storage of food and respiration 
4. Absorption of minerals and storage of food 
9. Select correct option w.r.t Mangroves 
(i) Grows in swampy area 
(ii) Pneumatophores are present for respiration 
(iii) Is halophyte 
(iv) Shows in-situ germination of seed 
1. All are correct  
2. All are correct except (iv) 
3. All are correct except (i) & (iv)  
4. All are correct except (i), (iii), & (iv) 
 
10. Fruit of coconut plant is developed from 
1. Monocarpellary ovary  
2. Superior ovary 
3. Epigynous flower 
4. Both a and b 
 
11. The type of sub-aerial weak stem present in 
Pistia is also present in 
1. Jasmine  
2. Pineapple  
3. Strawberry  
4. Eichhornia 
 
12. Read the following statement carefully 
(i) In dicots, the leaf base expands into a sheath 
covering the stem partially or wholly 
(ii) Veins provide rigidity to the leaf blade. 
(iii) In monocots, leaf base is swollen and is 
known as pulvinus. 
(iv) The petiole holds the blade to light 
How many statement(s) is/are incorrect? 
1. Two  
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2. Four  
3. One  
4. Three 
 
13. How many statements are correct ? 
(i) The seed coat has two layers, the outer testa 
and the inner tegmen 
(ii) The hilum is the small pore on seed coat. 
(iii) Both plumule and radical are enclosed in 
sheath known as coleoptiles in monocot 
(iv) Castor seed is endospermic 
(v) Generally monocots have non-endospermic 
seeds except some like orchinds. 
(vi) A dicot embryo consists of an embryonal axis 
and two cotyledons 
1. six  
2. five  
3. four  
4. three 
 
14. In a papilionaceous corolla, the anterior petal 
is 
1. Smallest and called keel  
2. Known as scale 
3.  Largest and is known as wing  
4. Largest and is known as standard 
 
15. Which of the following pairs of cells is related 
ontogenetically? 
1. Trachieds and tracheae 
2. Sieve cells and sieve tube components 
3. Sieve tube members and phloem 
4. Sieve tube members and companion cells 
16. Conjunctive tissue is 
1. parenchymatous tissue present between two 
vascular bundles in dicot stem 
2.  parenchymatous tissue present between 
xylem and phloem in root 
3. sclerenchymatous tissue present in cortex 
4. lateral meristem 
 
17. Protoxylem and stomata in a dorsiventral leaf 
are present 
1. on the abaxial and adaxial sides, respectively 
2. on the adaxial and abaxial sides, respectively 
3. on the adaxial side 
4. on the abaxial side 
18. The cells shown in the below diagram are of 
______ tissue and can be seen in ______ layer of 
the dicot stem. 
 
1. Collenchyma, Hypodermis 
2. Sclerenchyma, Sclereids 
3. Parenchyma, Pericycle 
4. Parenchyma, Pith 
19. Mechanical support to the growing parts of 
the plant such as young stem and petiole of 
leaf is provided by a living tissue called 
1. Collenchyma  
2. Aerenchyma 
3. Chlorenchyma  
4. Sclerenchyma 
 
20. Which of the following is correct statement 
for intercalary meristems? 
1. They lie at tip of root apex 
2. They lie at base of stem always 
3. They are short lived and consumed during 
primary growth 
4. They are long lived and cause increase in 
length 
21. Compare diagram ‘a’ with ‘b’ and find out 
which statement is incorrect about 
difference between these two diagrams. 
 
 
Test # 3 (NEETprep Test Series) 
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1. In ‘a’ mesophyll is of two type where as in case 
of ‘b’ mesophyll is of single type 
2. In ‘a’ stomata is mainly at lower surface 
whereas in ‘b’ stomata is at both the surface 
3. In ‘a’ vascular bundle is of different size 
whereas in ‘b’ vascular bundle is of more or 
less equal size 
4. In ‘a’ xylem is towards adaxial surface whereas 
in ‘b’ xylem is towards abaxial surface 
 
22. A large number of proteins made by the 
ribosomes get modified in 
1. Lysosomes.  
2. Trans face of Golgi apparatus. 
3. Cisternae of Golgi apparatus.  
4. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum. 
 
23. Three of the following statements regarding 
cell organelles are correct while one is wrong. 
Which one is wrong? 
1. Lysosomes are double membraned vesicles 
budded off from golgi bodies and contain 
digestive enzymes. 
2. Endoplasmic reticulum consists of a network 
of membranous tubules and helps in transport, 
synthesis and secretion. 
3. Leucoplasts are bound by two membranes, 
lack pigments but contain their own DNA and 
protein synthesizing machinery. 
4. Sphaerosomes are single membrane bound 
and are associated with synthesis and storage of 
lipids. 
 
24. Consider the following cellular functions: 
A. Transport of substances. 
B. Synthesis of proteins. 
C. Synthesis of steroidal hormones. 
D. Glycogen metabolism. 
E. Detoxification of drugs 
F. Giving rise to sphaerosomes. 
ER helps in how many of the above functions? 
1. Two  
2. Four  
3. Six  
4. Five 
 
25. Select the incorrect statement: 
1. Leeuwenhoek first described a live cell 
2. Robert Brown discovered the nucleus 
3. Robert Hooke first saw a living cell 
4.  Schwann proposed that bodies of animals 
and plants are composed of cells and 
products of cells 
 
26. "One of the most important functions of the 
plasma membrane is the transport of 
molecules." Which of the following is correct 
with respect to this statement? 
1. Polar molecules can pass easily through the 
lipid bilayer 
2.  The membrane does not support passive 
transport 
3. Neutral solutes require a carrier protein of 
membrane for transport 
4. The membrane is selectively permeable to 
some molecules present on either side of it 
 
27. Mitochondria and plastids are similar in all of 
the following aspects, except: 
1. Possess circular ds-DNA 
2. Have endo-symbiotic origin 
3. Are the sites of carbohydrate biosynthesis 
4. Divide by fission 
 
28. Lysosomes are: 
1. Double membrane bound vesicular structures 
2. Rich in few hydrolases 
3. Formed by packaging in Golgi apparatus 
4. Formed by engulfing the food particles 
29. Choose the correct statement with respect to 
the following diagram: 
 
 
1. Section of flagella showing different parts 
seen in eukaryotes and prokaryotes 
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2. It shows the cartwheel organisation with 9 + 0 
microtubular arrangement 
3. They form structures which cause movement 
of either the cell or the surrounding fluid 
4. It forms structure which is not covered by any 
membrane 
 
30. The type of placentation shown in the given 
diagram is seen in: 
 
1. China rose 
2. Mustard 
3. Marigold 
4. Dianthus 
 
31. Select the correct statement: 
1. Centrioles form the basal body of cilia and 
flagella 
2. Secondary constrictions on the chromosomes 
do not have a constant location 
3. Microbodies are present in plant cells only 
4. Nucleoli are less in number in cells 
undergoing protein synthesis 
 
32. Find the incorrect statement: 
1. Middle lamella is mainly made up of calcium 
pectate 
2. Cell wall is formed on the inner side of the cell 
therefore secondary wall formed first 
3. Middle lamella glues the neighbouring cells 
together 
4. Cell wall helps in cell to cell interaction and 
provides barrier to undesirable macromolecules 
 
33. Transitional vesicles enclosing biochemicals 
pinched off from ER fuse with: 
1. Maturing face of golgibody 
2. Forming face of golgi body 
3. Primary lysosome for intracellular digestion 
4. Plasma membrane to remove them from cell 
34. According to fluid mosaic model of plasma 
membrane the quasifluid nature of: 
1. Protein enables lateral movement of lipids 
within the overall bilayer 
2. Lipid and protein enable the lateral movement 
of carbohydrates 
3. Lipid enables lateral movement of proteins 
within the overall bilayer 
4. Lipid enables the flip-flop movement of 
proteins 
 
35. The enzymes present in lysosomes belong to 
the class_______ and acidic condition inside the 
lysosome is maintained by_______: 
1. Oxidoreductases, pumping protons 
2. Hydrolases, secretion of acids 
3. Hydrolases, pumping of protons 
4. Lyases, removal of hydroxyl ions 
36. Which of the following is correct about cell 
cycle? 
1. All events occur in coordinated manner 
2. All events are under genetic control 
3. DNA synthesis occurs only during one specific 
stage in the cell cycle 
4. All 
37. Identify A, B, C, D in below diagram 
 
1. A-G1, B-S, C-G2, D-M Phase  
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1. In cymose inflorescence when shoot tip gets 
converted into flower, than flower is ? 
1. It is always solitary  
2. It is in cluster 
3. It is always sympodial  
4. It is always acropetal 
 
2. In a flower staminode represents 
1. Fertile stamen  
2. Sterile stamen 
3. Under develop stamen  
4. Bunch of stamen 
 
3. Match the following 
A. Diadelphous                   (i) Malvaceae 
B. Polyadelphous                (ii) Fabaceae 
C. Monodelphous                (iii) Solanaceae 
D. Epipetalous                    (iv) Rutaceae 
1. A – ii, B – iv, C – i, D – iii  
2. A – iv, B – i, C – ii, D – iii 
3. A – iv, B – iii, C – i, D – ii  
4. A – i, B – iv, C – iii, D – ii 
 
4. These are the names of plants, maximum 
number of plants belong to which family 
(i) Sem (ii) Sesbania (iii) Muliathi (iv) Petunia (v) 
Chilli (vi) belladonna (vii) Asparagus 
(viii) Gloriosa (ix) Colchicum (x) Trifolium 
1. Solanacea  
2. Malvaceae  
3. Fabaceae  
4. Liliaceae 
 
5. Which one of the following is not a medicinal 
plant 
1. Lupin  
2. Belladonna  
3. Aloe  
4. Ashwagandha 
 
6. If false septum is present. Than what would be 
the placentation 
1. Axile  
2. Parietal 
3. Marginal  
4. Free central 
7. Which of the following statement is not 
correct about Cajanuscajan 
1. Seed is endospermic  
2. Source of pulses 
3. Vexillary aestivation  
4. Ovary superior 
 
8. Roots become modified to perform functions 
like 
1. Additional support and absorption of water 
2. Absorption and conduction of water and 
minerals 
3. Storage of food and respiration 
4. Absorption of minerals and storage of food 
9. Select correct option w.r.t Mangroves 
(i) Grows in swampy area 
(ii) Pneumatophores are present for respiration 
(iii) Is halophyte 
(iv) Shows in-situ germination of seed 
1. All are correct  
2. All are correct except (iv) 
3. All are correct except (i) & (iv)  
4. All are correct except (i), (iii), & (iv) 
 
10. Fruit of coconut plant is developed from 
1. Monocarpellary ovary  
2. Superior ovary 
3. Epigynous flower 
4. Both a and b 
 
11. The type of sub-aerial weak stem present in 
Pistia is also present in 
1. Jasmine  
2. Pineapple  
3. Strawberry  
4. Eichhornia 
 
12. Read the following statement carefully 
(i) In dicots, the leaf base expands into a sheath 
covering the stem partially or wholly 
(ii) Veins provide rigidity to the leaf blade. 
(iii) In monocots, leaf base is swollen and is 
known as pulvinus. 
(iv) The petiole holds the blade to light 
How many statement(s) is/are incorrect? 
1. Two  
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2. Four  
3. One  
4. Three 
 
13. How many statements are correct ? 
(i) The seed coat has two layers, the outer testa 
and the inner tegmen 
(ii) The hilum is the small pore on seed coat. 
(iii) Both plumule and radical are enclosed in 
sheath known as coleoptiles in monocot 
(iv) Castor seed is endospermic 
(v) Generally monocots have non-endospermic 
seeds except some like orchinds. 
(vi) A dicot embryo consists of an embryonal axis 
and two cotyledons 
1. six  
2. five  
3. four  
4. three 
 
14. In a papilionaceous corolla, the anterior petal 
is 
1. Smallest and called keel  
2. Known as scale 
3.  Largest and is known as wing  
4. Largest and is known as standard 
 
15. Which of the following pairs of cells is related 
ontogenetically? 
1. Trachieds and tracheae 
2. Sieve cells and sieve tube components 
3. Sieve tube members and phloem 
4. Sieve tube members and companion cells 
16. Conjunctive tissue is 
1. parenchymatous tissue present between two 
vascular bundles in dicot stem 
2.  parenchymatous tissue present between 
xylem and phloem in root 
3. sclerenchymatous tissue present in cortex 
4. lateral meristem 
 
17. Protoxylem and stomata in a dorsiventral leaf 
are present 
1. on the abaxial and adaxial sides, respectively 
2. on the adaxial and abaxial sides, respectively 
3. on the adaxial side 
4. on the abaxial side 
18. The cells shown in the below diagram are of 
______ tissue and can be seen in ______ layer of 
the dicot stem. 
 
1. Collenchyma, Hypodermis 
2. Sclerenchyma, Sclereids 
3. Parenchyma, Pericycle 
4. Parenchyma, Pith 
19. Mechanical support to the growing parts of 
the plant such as young stem and petiole of 
leaf is provided by a living tissue called 
1. Collenchyma  
2. Aerenchyma 
3. Chlorenchyma  
4. Sclerenchyma 
 
20. Which of the following is correct statement 
for intercalary meristems? 
1. They lie at tip of root apex 
2. They lie at base of stem always 
3. They are short lived and consumed during 
primary growth 
4. They are long lived and cause increase in 
length 
21. Compare diagram ‘a’ with ‘b’ and find out 
which statement is incorrect about 
difference between these two diagrams. 
 
 
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1. In ‘a’ mesophyll is of two type where as in case 
of ‘b’ mesophyll is of single type 
2. In ‘a’ stomata is mainly at lower surface 
whereas in ‘b’ stomata is at both the surface 
3. In ‘a’ vascular bundle is of different size 
whereas in ‘b’ vascular bundle is of more or 
less equal size 
4. In ‘a’ xylem is towards adaxial surface whereas 
in ‘b’ xylem is towards abaxial surface 
 
22. A large number of proteins made by the 
ribosomes get modified in 
1. Lysosomes.  
2. Trans face of Golgi apparatus. 
3. Cisternae of Golgi apparatus.  
4. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum. 
 
23. Three of the following statements regarding 
cell organelles are correct while one is wrong. 
Which one is wrong? 
1. Lysosomes are double membraned vesicles 
budded off from golgi bodies and contain 
digestive enzymes. 
2. Endoplasmic reticulum consists of a network 
of membranous tubules and helps in transport, 
synthesis and secretion. 
3. Leucoplasts are bound by two membranes, 
lack pigments but contain their own DNA and 
protein synthesizing machinery. 
4. Sphaerosomes are single membrane bound 
and are associated with synthesis and storage of 
lipids. 
 
24. Consider the following cellular functions: 
A. Transport of substances. 
B. Synthesis of proteins. 
C. Synthesis of steroidal hormones. 
D. Glycogen metabolism. 
E. Detoxification of drugs 
F. Giving rise to sphaerosomes. 
ER helps in how many of the above functions? 
1. Two  
2. Four  
3. Six  
4. Five 
 
25. Select the incorrect statement: 
1. Leeuwenhoek first described a live cell 
2. Robert Brown discovered the nucleus 
3. Robert Hooke first saw a living cell 
4.  Schwann proposed that bodies of animals 
and plants are composed of cells and 
products of cells 
 
26. "One of the most important functions of the 
plasma membrane is the transport of 
molecules." Which of the following is correct 
with respect to this statement? 
1. Polar molecules can pass easily through the 
lipid bilayer 
2.  The membrane does not support passive 
transport 
3. Neutral solutes require a carrier protein of 
membrane for transport 
4. The membrane is selectively permeable to 
some molecules present on either side of it 
 
27. Mitochondria and plastids are similar in all of 
the following aspects, except: 
1. Possess circular ds-DNA 
2. Have endo-symbiotic origin 
3. Are the sites of carbohydrate biosynthesis 
4. Divide by fission 
 
28. Lysosomes are: 
1. Double membrane bound vesicular structures 
2. Rich in few hydrolases 
3. Formed by packaging in Golgi apparatus 
4. Formed by engulfing the food particles 
29. Choose the correct statement with respect to 
the following diagram: 
 
 
1. Section of flagella showing different parts 
seen in eukaryotes and prokaryotes 
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2. It shows the cartwheel organisation with 9 + 0 
microtubular arrangement 
3. They form structures which cause movement 
of either the cell or the surrounding fluid 
4. It forms structure which is not covered by any 
membrane 
 
30. The type of placentation shown in the given 
diagram is seen in: 
 
1. China rose 
2. Mustard 
3. Marigold 
4. Dianthus 
 
31. Select the correct statement: 
1. Centrioles form the basal body of cilia and 
flagella 
2. Secondary constrictions on the chromosomes 
do not have a constant location 
3. Microbodies are present in plant cells only 
4. Nucleoli are less in number in cells 
undergoing protein synthesis 
 
32. Find the incorrect statement: 
1. Middle lamella is mainly made up of calcium 
pectate 
2. Cell wall is formed on the inner side of the cell 
therefore secondary wall formed first 
3. Middle lamella glues the neighbouring cells 
together 
4. Cell wall helps in cell to cell interaction and 
provides barrier to undesirable macromolecules 
 
33. Transitional vesicles enclosing biochemicals 
pinched off from ER fuse with: 
1. Maturing face of golgibody 
2. Forming face of golgi body 
3. Primary lysosome for intracellular digestion 
4. Plasma membrane to remove them from cell 
34. According to fluid mosaic model of plasma 
membrane the quasifluid nature of: 
1. Protein enables lateral movement of lipids 
within the overall bilayer 
2. Lipid and protein enable the lateral movement 
of carbohydrates 
3. Lipid enables lateral movement of proteins 
within the overall bilayer 
4. Lipid enables the flip-flop movement of 
proteins 
 
35. The enzymes present in lysosomes belong to 
the class_______ and acidic condition inside the 
lysosome is maintained by_______: 
1. Oxidoreductases, pumping protons 
2. Hydrolases, secretion of acids 
3. Hydrolases, pumping of protons 
4. Lyases, removal of hydroxyl ions 
36. Which of the following is correct about cell 
cycle? 
1. All events occur in coordinated manner 
2. All events are under genetic control 
3. DNA synthesis occurs only during one specific 
stage in the cell cycle 
4. All 
37. Identify A, B, C, D in below diagram 
 
1. A-G1, B-S, C-G2, D-M Phase  
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2. A-G2, B-M Phase, C-G1, D-S 
3. A-S, B-G2, C-G1, D-M Phase  
4. A-M Phase, B-G1, C-G1, D-S 
 
38. Events of telophase are 
1. chromosomes cluster at opposite spindle 
poles and their identity is lost as discrete 
elements 
2. nuclear envelope assembles around the 
chromosome cluster 
3. nucleolus, Golgi complex and ER reforms 
4. all 
 
39. Select the total number of correct 
statements. 
I. Cell-plate formation occurs in plant cell during 
cytokinesis. 
II. During cytokinesis, mitochondria and plastid 
get distributed between two daughter cells in 
mitosis. 
III. Liquid endosperm in coconut is syncytium. 
IV. Furrow formation occur in animal cell during 
cytokinesis. 
1. 1 only  
2. 2 only  
3. 3 only  
4. 4 only 
 
40. Mitotic anaphase differs from metaphase in 
possessing 
1. same number of chromosomes and half 
number of chromatids 
2. half number of chromosomes and same 
number of chromatids 
3. half number of chromosomes and half number 
of chromatids 
4. same number of chromosomes and same 
number of chromatid 
41. Mitosis differs from meiosis in 
1. forming four haploid cells 
2. pairing of homologous chromosomes and 
their subsequent separation 
3. doubling of each chromosome and each pair 
showing four chromatids 
4.  duplication of chromosomes and subsequent 
separation of the duplicates 
42. Meiosis involves 
1. two nuclear divisions and two chromosome 
divisions 
2. two nuclear divisions and one chromosome 
division 
3. one nuclear division and one chromosome 
division 
4. one nuclear division and two chromosome 
divisions 
 
43. Synaptonemal complex has a role in 
1. chromosome pairing  
2. chromosome movement 
3. chromosome segregation  
4. chromosome organization 
 
44. Cross-like configuration when nonsister 
chromatids of a bivalent come in contact during 
first meiotic division are 
1. chiasmata  
2. bivalents  
3. chromomeres  
4. centromeres 
 
45. Significance of meiosis lies in the 
1. reduction of chromosome number to one half 
2. maintaining constancy of chromosome 
number during sexual reproduction 
3. production of genetic variability 
4. all of these 
 
46. The type of reaction that would link 
monomers in the formation of a macromolecule 
is: 
1. hydrophobic reaction 
2. hydrolysis reaction 
3. dehydration reaction 
4. denaturation reaction 
47. Cellulose is the most common organic 
compound on earth yet it is difficult for most 
animals to digest primarily because: 
1. they don't have the proper enzyme to break 
the bonds between subunits 
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