NEET Test Series-2021 to 2022/NEET MCQ Questions Kingdom Plantae Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
Antheridia and archegonia are born on _____ in bryophytes

1.Sporophyte

2.Gametophyte

3.Both of these

4.None of these

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Question:
Antheridiophore and archegoniophore are found in

1.Marchantia

2.Funaria

3.Both of these

4.None of these

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Question:
Antherozoids the male gamete in bryophytes are attracted towards Archegonium i.e. female sex organ by

1.Phototactic phenomenon

2. Chemotactic phenomenn

3.Geotropic phenomenon

4.Chemotropic movement

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Question:
Approximately _____ species of bacteria are known to cause diseases in humans.

1.100

2.200

3.300

4.400

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Question:
Bryophtes are called amphiabians of plant world because

1.Bryophytes like amphibian ancestors are one of the most primitive organisms in this world.

2.Bryophytes like amphibian live in damp shady places and close to water body.

3.Amphibians have close relation with bryophytes in their habitat.

4.All of these

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Question:
Chemical substances used on living tissues that inhibit the growth of micro organism are called

1.Antiseptics

2.Disinfectants

3.Antibiotics

4.Vaccines

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Question:
Cyanobacteria have _____ cell wall

1.Gram +ve.

2.Gram - ve.

3.Acid fast

4.Cellulose rich

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Question:
Cyanobacteria reproduce by:

1.Binary fission

2.Mitosis

3.Meiosis

4.Conjugation

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Question:
E. coli and example of

1.Aerobic bacteria

2.Anaerobic bacteria

3.Facultative bacteria

4.Microaerophilic

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Question:
Equistem is an example of

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Prteropsida

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Question:
Ferns are included in

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Pteropsida

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Question:
Gametophyte of Psilopsida develops a symbiotic association with which of the following?

1.Algae

2.Bacteria

3.Protozoa

4.Fungus

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Question:
Ground pries are also known as

1.Lycopods

2.Spike mosses

3.Both of these

4.None of these

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Question:
Hornwarts are included in sub-class

1.Anthoceropsida

2.Bryopsida

3.Hepaticopsida

4.Psilopsida

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Question:
Horsetails are included in class

1.Sphenopeida

2.Lycopsida

3.Psilopsida

4.Pteropsida

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Question:
In bryophytes fertilization takes place in

1.Antheridia

2.Archegonia

3.water

4.Ovule

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Question:
In Hornworts the band of meristematic tissue is found near

1.Foot

2.Gamete producing region

3.Spore producing region

4.At junction of a & b

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Question:
In term of spore production Selaginella is characterized by

1.Homosporous

2.Hetrosporous

3.Both depending upon the conditions

4.None of these

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Question:
Megaphylls are characteristic for

1.Ferns

2.Seed plants

3.Both of these

4.None of these

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Question:
Megaphylls i.e. leaves with divided veins with an expanded lamina is a dharacteristic of :

1.Lycopods

2.Ferns

3.Seed plants

4.Both b and c

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Question:
Mosses are included in sub-division

1.Anthoceropsida

2.Hepaticopsida

3.Bryopsida

4.Lycopsida

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Question:
Of the following which one is most advanced ?

1.Anthoceropsida

2.Bryopsida

3.Hepaticopsida

4.None of these

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Question:
Of the following which one is not the characteristic of the plants included in psilopsida?

1.Gametophyte is colourless

2.They have mycorrhizal association

3.Rhizoids bear Rhizome

4.Aerial branches have veinless outgrowths

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Question:
Production of two types of spores is known as

1.Heterospory

2.Homospory

3.Heterogamy

4.Gamospory

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Question:
Protonema is

1.Thallus like

2.Algae like

3.Fungus like

4.Plant like

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Question:
Rapid growth at exponential ration occurs in which phase of bacterial growth:

1.Lag phase

2.Log phase

3.Stationary phase

4.Death / decline phase

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Question:
Sex pili is formed in which of the following processes:

1.Binary fission

2.Mitosis

3.Sexual reproduction

4.Conjugation

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Question:
Spirochete is an example of

1.Aerobic bacteria

2.Anaerobic bacteria

3.Facultative bacteria

4.Microaerophilic

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Question:
Sporangia of which of the following tracheopytes develop singly on the upper side of sporophylls which may or may not be arranged to form strobili.

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Prteropsida

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Question:
Sporophyte is

1.Monoploid

2.Haploid

3.Diploid

4.Polyploidy

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Question:
Stem of Psilophyton an example of psilogsida is differentiated into an underground rhizome and an aerial part both of which are _____ branched

1.Isotomous

2.Dichotomously

3.Trichotomously

4.Multichotomously

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Question:
The arrangement of unequal dichotomous branches in one plane during evolution of leaves is called

1.Overtopping

2.Fusion

3.Webbing

4.Planation

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Question:
The dichotomously branching system has shape similar to

1.U

2.R

3.Y

4.Fork

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Question:
The first cell of the sporophyte generation is

1.Oospore

2.Spore mother cell

3.Spore

4.Gamete

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Question:
The part of sporophyte which is called sporangium is

1.Capsule

2.Foot

3.Stalk

4.None of these

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Question:
The simplest of all bryophytes are

1.Thallophytes

2.Embryophytes

3.Mosses

4.Liverworts

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Question:
The space between the overtopped dichotomous branches was occupies by a sheet of _____ cells during evolution of megaphyllas.

1.Sclerenchyma

2.Chlorenchyma

3.Parenchyma

4.Collenchyma

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Question:
The zygote formed in liverworts is

1.Unicellular

2.Mulicellular

3.Multinucleate

4.None of these

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Question:
Today the land habitat is dominated by

1.Fungi

2.Gymnosperms

3.Angiosperms

4.Tracheophytes

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Question:
Which of the following group of tracheophyta has expanded or scale like leaves which are alwaysed arranges in whorls?

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Prteropsida

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Question:
Which of the following help cyanobacteria to locomote?

1.Flagella

2.Gas vesicles

3.Both of these

4.None of these

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Question:
Which of the following is an example of the living member of Psilopsida?

1.Rhynia

2.Psilophyton

3.Psilotum

4.Cooksonia

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Question:
Which of the following of bryophytes are the simplest one?

1.Porella

2.Funaria

3.Anthocerus

4.Polytrichum

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Question:
Which of the following plant group first formed true leaves?

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Pteropsida

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Question:
Which of the following statement about alternation of generation in bryophytes is incorrect?

1.It involves alternation of morphologically different generations

2.Their gametophyte is independent while sporophyte depends upon gametophyte for nutrition.

3.Both the gametophyte and sporophytes are haploid generations thus can produce haploids gametes to continue the diploid number on fertilization

4.Spore formation occurs through meiosis

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Question:
Which of the following statement about filicinae a group of tracheophytes is incorrect:

1.They belong to sphenopsida

2.They are seedless and their leaves are called fronds

3.They live in shady and moist areas.

4.They show circinate vernation.

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Question:
Which of the following statement about plants is incorrect?

1.All are eukaryotes

2.They are multicellular.

3.Non-motile organisms

4.Are heterotrophes

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Question:
Which of the following tracheophytes are also called arthrophytes?

1.Psilopsids

2.Lycopsids

3.Sphenopsids

4.Prteropsids

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Question:
Which of the following tracheophytes are leafless?

1.Psilopsida

2.Lycopsida

3.Sphenopsida

4.Prteropsida

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Question:
Who developed the vaccine against anthrax?

1.Louis Pasteur

2.Edward Jennar

3.Leuvenhoek

4.Alexander Fleming

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