PPSC FPSC KKPSC SPSC BPSC Lecturer Botany Online Test No.23

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Botany
Subject Botany Test 23
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Botany Online Test No. 23

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If the primary root become thicker than it is termed as:

2 / 25

The deep feeder plants have root:

3 / 25

Fruit is present in:

4 / 25

Turnip is the example of:

5 / 25

In sweet potato the food is stored in:

6 / 25

The largest group of seedless vascular plants are the____.

7 / 25

A mycelium is:

8 / 25

The Indian rubber tree contain the root:

9 / 25

The simplest seedless vascular plants with no true and no roots are the___.

10 / 25

The annual plants live for:

11 / 25

A basidium is typically observed in the common:

12 / 25

Raddish & carrot are the example of:

13 / 25

The oldest living tree species is a____.

14 / 25

How do seedless vascular plants differ from bryophytes?

15 / 25

The primary root is derived from:

16 / 25

The extinction of dinosaurs in the Tertiary period____.

17 / 25

The root having haustoria is called as:

18 / 25

How many species of fungi are thought to exist?

19 / 25

Peat moss is economically important because it is a significant___.

20 / 25

Which of the following is not a characteristic of the Fungi?

21 / 25

Angiosperms are the only plants that produce___.

22 / 25

In sugar cane the aerial roots are termed as:

23 / 25

A lichen can be described as a mutualistic symbiosis between an ascomycete and a( n):

24 / 25

The spores of a seed- bearing plant can give rise to a___.

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In Medicago the root bears swellings and is called as:

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