Anatomy of Flowering Plants MCQ Biology

Anatomy of Flowering Plant MCQ Biology Class 11 Chapter 6 NCERT

1. Anatomy is the study of:

  • a. Internal parts.
  • b. External parts.
  • c. Morphological parts.
  • d. None.
a. Internal parts.

2. Which among these are types of plant tissues are?

  • a. Meristematic
  • b. Permanent tissue.
  • c. Both
  • d. None.
a.Meristematic.

3. Apical and intercalary meristem are:

  • a. Primary meristem.
  • b. Secondary meristem.
  • c. Tertiary meristem.
  • d. None.

a. Primary meristem.
Primary meristems appear early in the life and form primary plant parts.

4. Following is a matured tissue:

  • a. Meristematic.
  • b. Permannet tissue.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.

b. Permannet tissue.
Meristamtic cells are actively dividing cells. They form permanent cells which specialise in function and stops dividing. So, we say they are matured tissue.

5. Permanent tissue with all cells simar in structure and function is:

  • a. Simple permanent tissue.
  • b. Complex permanent tissue.
  • c. Meristematic tissue.
  • d. None.
a. Simple permanent tissue.

6. Following are the examples of simple permanent tissue:

  • a. Parenchyma.
  • b. Collenchyma.
  • c. Sclerenchyma.
  • d. All of the above.
d. All of the above.

7. Which tissue among these can photosynthesize or have storage or secretory function?

  • a. Parenchyma.
  • b. Collenchyma.
  • c. Sclerenchyma.
  • d. None.
a. Parenchyma.

8. Which tissue among these is dead tissue?

  • a. Parenchyma.
  • b. Collenchyma.
  • c. Sclerenchyma.
  • d. None.
c. Sclerenchyma.

9. Example of complex tissues is/are:

  • a. Xylem.
  • b. Phloem.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.
c. Both.

10. Conducting tissue for water and mineral is:

  • a. Xylem.
  • b. Phloem.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.
a. Xylem.

11. Plant transport food through:

  • a. Xylem.
  • b. Phloem.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.
b. Phloem.

12. Following may be a part of xylem tissue:

  • a. Tracheids.
  • b. Vessel.
  • c. Xylem parenchyma.
  • d. Xylem fibers.
  • e. All.
e. All.

13. The xylem which forms first and later respectively is:

  • a. Protoxylem, metaxylem.
  • b. Metaxylem, protoxylem.
  • c. Xylem parenchyma.
  • d. None.
a. Protoxylem, metaxylem.

14. Arrangemnet of xylems in stems is:

  • a. Exarch
  • b. Mesarch
  • c. Endarch.
  • d. None.
a. Exarch.

15. Arrangemnet of xylems in stems is:

  • a. Exarch
  • b. Mesarch
  • c. Endarch.
  • d. None.
c. Endarch.
In stems protoxylem is at centre and the metaxylem are at perifery. This is exarch condition. In roots arrangement of xylems are oppostite to the what we see in stem. The condition is endarch.

16. Which part of the plant tissue system contain stoma and guard cells?

  • a. Epidermis
  • b. Cuticle.
  • c. Pith.
  • d. None.
a. Epidermis

17. Stoma closes when turgour pressure in guard cell:

  • a. Increase.
  • b. Decrease.
  • c. Closure of stoma does not depend on turgor pressure.
  • d. None.
b. Decrease.
Flaccid condition.

18. Ground tissue include all except:

  • a. Epidermis.
  • b. Vascular tissue.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.
c. Both.

19. Ground tissue of leaves that contain  chlorophyll containing cells in the plant is:

  • a. Cuticle.
  • b. Epidermis.
  • c. Mesophyll.
  • d. Endodermis.
c. Mesophyll.

20. Open vascular bundle is present in:

  • a. Dicot stem.
  • b. Dicot root.
  • c. Monocot stem.
  • d. None.
a. Dicot stem.
In dicot stem some undifferentiated tissue is present. This we call cambium. It forms vascular bundle in later stage, so we call them open. In monocot cambium is absent.

Anatomy of Flowering Plant MCQ Biology Class 11 Chapter 6 NCERT

21. In radial vascular bundle, VB alternates at different:Anatomy of Flowering Plant MCQ Biology Class 11 Chapter 6 NCERT

  • a. Diameter
  • b. Periphery
  • c. Radii
  • d. Centre.
c. Radii.

22. In conjoint vascular bundle xylem an phloem are:

  • a. Joint.
  • b. At the same radii.
  • c. At different radii.
  • d. Both a and b.
d. Both a and b.

23. Radial vascular bundle is present in:

  • a. Root.
  • b. Stem.
  • c. Leaves.
  • d. Both b and c.
a. root.

24. Conjoint vascular bundle is present in:

  • a. Root.
  • b. Stem.
  • c. Leaves.
  • d. Both b and c.
d. Both b and c.

25. Casparian strips are water impermeable walls. It is found in the outer layer of:

  • a. Epidermis.
  • b. Cortex.
  • c. Endodermis.
  • d. Pith.
c. Endodermis

26. _ _ _ _ _ is the parenchymatous tissue present between the xylem and the phloem.

  • a. Connective tissue.
  • b. Conductive tissue.
  • c. Conjunctive tissue.
  • d. None.
c. Conjunctive tissue.

27. Pith is large and developed in:

  • a. Monocot root.
  • b. Monocot stem.
  • c. Dicot root.
  • d. None.

a. Monocot root.
In monocot root pith is large and well developed with poyarch xylem (more than six)

 

28. Ring arrangement is a characteristic of :anatomy of flowering plants mcq

  • a. Monocot root.
  • b. Monocot stem.
  • c. Dicot root.
  • d. Dicot stem.
d. Dicot stem.

29. Bulliform cells regulate:

  • a. Water.
  • b. Glucose.
  • c. Minerals
  • d. Sucrose.

a. Water.
Some cells of epidermis in grass modify into bulliform cells. In the scarcity of water, these cells curl and reduce loss of water.

30. Secondary growth is absent in:

  • a. Monocot.
  • b. Dicot.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.
a. Monocot.

31. The formation of annual ring is due to _ _ _ _ _ _  variation in the activty of cambium.

  • a. Temperature.
  • b. Seasonal.
  • c. Rainfall.
  • d. Altitude. 
b. Seasonal.

32. Folowing part of plant conduct water and mineral.

  • a. Heartwood.
  • b. Sapwood.
  • c. Both.
  • d. None.

b. Sapwood.
Older xylems in the plant lignify and form hearttwood. They donot conduct water and mineral. Sap wood contains secondary xylem and are alive. They conduct water and mineral.

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Answer

1. a. Internal parts. 2. a.Meristematic. 3. a. Primary meristem. 4. b. Permanent tissue. 5.a. Simple permanent tissue. 6.d. All of the above. 7. a. Parenchyma. 8.c. Sclerenchyma. 9.c. Both. 10. a. Xylem. 11. b. Phloem. 12. e. All. 13. a. Protoxylem, metaxylem. 14. a. Exarch. 15. c. Endarch. 16. a. Epidermis 17. b. Decrease. 18.c. Both. 19.c. Mesophyll. 20. a. Dicot stem. 21. c. Radii. 22. d. Both a and b. 23. a. root. 24. d. Both b and c. 25. c. Endodermis. 26. c. Conjunctive tissue. 27. Monocot root. 28. d. Dicot stem. 29. a. a. Water. 30. a. Monocot. 31. b. Seasonal. 32. b. Sapwood.


Anatomy of Flowering Plant MCQ Biology Class 11 Chapter 6 NCERT

 

Ref: Chapter 6, NCERT.

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