General Science/Basic Science Taxonomy Of Angiosperms Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A good example for natural system of classification is that proposed by

1.Carolus Linnaeus

2.Bentham and Hooker

3.Adolf Engler and Karl Prantl

4.Arthur Cronquist and Adjunct

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Question:
According to Bentham and Hooker number of gamopetalae 

1.25

2.35

3.45

4.55

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Question:
According to Bentham and Hooker number of monochlamydal families are

1.26

2.36

3.43

4.56

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Question:
According to Bentham and Hooker number of polypetalae families are

1.82

2.28

3.72

4.62

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Question:
Accurate description of plants requires a thorough knowledge of

1.Anatomy

2.Physiology

3.Morphology

4.Ecology

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Question:
Adolf Engler and Karl Prantl proposed a classification named as

1.Phylogenetic System

2.Modern System

3.Artificial System

4.Natural System

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Question:
All important character are considered for classification in

1.Artificial system

2.Nature system

3.Phylogenetic system

4.Modern system

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Question:
An Integrated system of classification of flowering plants appeared in the year

1.1881

2.1981

3.1883

4.1859

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Question:
Artifical system of classification is published by

1.Bentham and Hooker

2.Bauhin

3.Linnaeus

4.Engler

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Question:
Bentham and Hooker are associated with

1.Indian Botanical Garden

2.Royal Botanical Garden

3.American Botanical Garden

4.French Botanical Garden

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Question:
Bentham and Hooker�s classification is a

1.phylogenetic system of classification

2.artificial system of classification

3.natural system of classification

4.sexual system of classification

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Question:
Carolus Linnaeus proposed classification based on

1.Artificial system

2.Nature system

3.Phylogenetic system

4.Modern system

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Question:
Classification of plants in to different groups is known as

1.Physiology

2.Morphology

3.Systematic botany

4.Pathology

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Question:
Earlier classification emphasized on.

1.Reproductive characters

2.Vegetative characters

3.Both

4.Anatomical characters

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Question:
Euphorbiaceae is classified under the series

1.Unisexuales

2.Asterales

3.Rosales

4.Heteromerae

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Question:
Gamopetalae includes the series

1.Inferae

2.Bicarpellatae

3.Heteromerae

4.All the three

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Question:
Genera Plantarum was published by

1.Engler and Prantl

2.Carolus Linnaeus

3.Bentham and Hooker

4.Darwin

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Question:
Main system of classification is

1.Artificial

2.Natural

3.Phylogenetic

4.All the three

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Question:
Naming a plant is called

1.Systematic botany

2.Nomenclature

3.Taxonomy

4.Cytology

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Question:
Natural system of classification is based on

1.Grouping of plants in to herbs shrubs and tree

2.According to the evolution of sequence and genetic affinities

3.Number and arrangement of sexual parts

4.On their related affinities

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Question:
Number of families included under Gymnosperms are

1.3

2.6

3.9

4.12

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Question:
Number of seed plants described by Bentham and Hooker�s classification were

1.102

2.302

3.402

4.202

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Question:
Number of series in Monocotyledons are

1.3

2.5

3.7

4.9

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Question:
Number of series in Polypetalae are

1.2

2.3

3.4

4.5

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Question:
Number of volumes in Genera Plantarum

1.Three

2.Four

3.Five

4.Six

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Question:
Origin of species was written by

1.Linnaeus

2.Mendel

3.Lamarck

4.Darwin

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Question:
Royal Botanical Garden is situated at

1.United States of America

2.England

3.French

4.India

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Question:
Subclass polypetalae includes the series

1.Thalamiflorae

2.Disciflorae

3.Caliciflorae

4.All the three

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Question:
Thalamus is prominent in

1.Thalamiflorae

2.Disciflorae

3.Caliciflorae

4.Inferae

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Question:
The classification that is exhaustive and broad based

1.Modern System

2.Phylogenetic System

3.Natural System

4.Artificial System

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Question:
The division of angiosperms is achieved by

1.Floral characters

2.Anatomy

3.Physiology

4.Ecology

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Question:
The family Gnetaceae is included under

1.Monochlamydae

2.Monocotyledons

3.Dicotyledons

4.Gymnosperms

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Question:
The family Musaceae is included under

1.Disciflorae

2.Bicarpellatae

3.Heteromerae

4.Epigynae

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Question:
The first part of Genera Plantarum appeared in

1.June 1852

2.July 1882

3.April 1883

4.July 1862

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Question:
The largest group of plant kingdom is

1.Cryptogams

2.Angiosperms

3.Gymnosperms

4.Phanerogams

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Question:
The last part of Genera Plantarum appeared in

1.June 1852

2.July 1882

3.April 1883

4.July 1862

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Question:
The later system of classification laid more importance

1.Reproductive characters

2.Vegetative characters

3.Both

4.Anatomical characters

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Question:
The number of species in angiosperms is

1.375000

2.600000

3.286000

4.17,500

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Question:
The system of classification widely accepted and followed in India is the one proposed by

1.Carleus Linnaeus

2.Adolf Engler and Karl Prantl

3.Lamarck

4.Bentham and Hooker

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Question:
Who wrote the book Species Plantarum

1.Gaspard Bauhin

2.Carolus Linnaeus

3.Rivinus

4.Bentham and Hooker

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