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Anatomy of Flowering Plants Quiz: How Much You Know About Anatomy of Flowering Plants?

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1. Bordered pits are very common among tracheids of...

183550 Monocotyledons
183551 Dicotyledons
183552 Ptreidophytes
183553 Gymnosperm

2. Vessels differ from tracheids...

183554 In being living
183555 In being derived from a single cell
183556 In having row of cells with cross walls dissolved
183557 Because they conduct water

3. Vessels and companion of cells are respectively present in the xylem and phloem of...

183558 Gymnosperm
183559 Pteridophytes
183560 Angiosperm
183561 Bryophyte

4. Sieve plates in angiosperm...

183562 Oblique in lateral walls
183563 Straight and in end wall
183564 Oblique and in end wall
183565 Straight and in lateral wall

5. In xylem, fibers give strength to...

183566 Vessels
183567 Tracheids
183568 Parenchyma
183569 Storage tissue

6. The term Leptom refers to...

183570 Soft walled conducting part of the phloem
183571 Non conducting part of the phloem
183572 Conducting part of the xylem
183573 Non conducting part of xylem

7. An angiosperm, lacking vessels is...

183574 Trochodendron
183575 Acacia
183576 Salix
183577 Dendrocalamus

8. P-protein is constituent of...

183578 Sieve tube elements
183579 Xylem parenchyma
183580 Parenchyma
183581 Pericycle

9. Companion cells...

183582 Forms apart of radial system of secondary phloem
183583 And sieve tubes are formed through division of same mother cell
183584 Are associated with sieve cells transversely through plasmodesmata
183585 Maintains pressure gradient in phloem fibres

10. A cap-like region of inactive cells between the root cap and the active meristematic region is a quiescent center function of a quiescent center may be...

183586 As a reserve of cells less sensitive to injury
183587 To suppress the growth of main roots
183588 Formation of lateral roots
183589 Synthesis of DNA at fast rate

11. Which is not associated with function of fibres?

183590 Dispersal of anemochorous seeds
183591 Mechanical support
183592 Prevents collapse of leaf in Nerium
183593 Dispersal of zoochorous seeds

12. Xylem is called complex tissue because...

183594 It is made of four type of cells
183595 It is responsible for ascent of sap
183596 It has lignified cells
183597 Components of xylem has different origin
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