PPSC FPSC KKPSC SPSC BPSC Lecturer Botany Online Test No.24

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Botany
SubjectBotany Test 24
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Botany Online Test No. 24

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The arrangement of leaves is called as:

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Opential is the example of:

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Bracts and bracteoles are the example of:

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Potato is the example of:

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Ginger is the example of:

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In pitcher plant the pitcher is the modification of:

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Infundibuliform calyx and corolla having the shape:

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Companulate calyx and corolla having the shape:

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The ordianry green leaves are called as:

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Onion is the example of:

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If the leaves developed from roots then it is termed as:

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The  spines that have no vascular tissues are called as:

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The examples of insectivorous plants are:

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The sessile leaves has no:

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The plant having no wood is called as:

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In flowers the gynaceum develop in the thallmus than the flower is:

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Grapes climb up with the help of:

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Peas has the stipules:

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Garlic is the example of:

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Bamboo is the example of stem:

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The shiny stem is termed as:

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In flowers the gynaceum develop at the top of the thallmus than the flower is:

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If the leaves developed on branches then it is termed as:

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The paired out growth at the base of leaves is:

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Scullant is a stem:

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