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Class XIII (Spartan Batch)

B-2 : Plant Classification


1.

Match the column-I to column-II and column-III:


Column-I

Column-II

1.

S-I S-II S-III S-I


S-II
S-III

(a)

(i)

(p)

USU

(q) UUU

Column-III

(a) Soap in a soap box (i) Euglenoids

(p) Plasmodium

(b) Fruiting bodies

(ii) Desmids

(q) Found in stagnant water (b)

(ii)

(c) Pellicle

(iii) Dinoflagellate

(r) Indestructible wall

(c)

(iii) UU

(d) Red tides

(iv) Slime moulds (s) Toxin released

(d)

(iv)

2.

3.

(1)

ii, s

i, q

iv, r

iii, p

(2)

iii, r

iv, q

i, p

(3)

iii, s

ii, r

(4)

ii, r

iv, p

(r)

(s)

(1)

ii, s

i, q

iv, r

iii, p

ii, s

(2)

iii, r

iv, q

i, p

ii, s

iv, p

i, q

(3)

iii, s

ii, r

iv, p

i, q

i, q

iii s

(4)

ii, r

iv, p

i, q

iii s

According to which renames are valid

2.

U l U-

(1) ICBN

(1) ICBN

(2) Species plantarum

(2) Species plantarum

(3) Genera plantarum

(3) Genera plantarum

(4) ICZN

(4) ICZN

The numbers of Chlorophyceae usually have a rigid cell 3.

U S UU U U,
U U(1) (UU U ) (U U)
(2) U (U U) UU (UU U)
(3) (U U) U (UU U )
(4) UU (U U) U (UU U)
UU UU U U U
U U, (a) U U
(b) UU UU U
(c) U U
(d) U U U
(1) c d U U U
(2) d U U U
(3) b d U U U
(4) a, b, c d U U
U U U(1)
(2) U
(3)
(4) U U U

(1) Cellulose (outer layer) and algin (inner layer)


(2) Pectose (inner layer) and peptidoglycan (outer layer)
(3) Cellulose (inner layer) and petose (outer layer)
(4) Chitin (inner layer) and pectose (outer layer)
Sum total of all the chemical reactions taking place in our 4.
body is called metabolism, that is (a) It is defining feature of living organisms
(b) It can be demonstrated outside the body
(c) It may be constructive or destructive
(d) In vitro metabolic reactions are living reactions
(1) c and d are incorrect
(2) Only d is incorrect
(3) b and d are incorrect
(4) a, b, c and d are correct
5.

US

wall made up of

4.

Normaly paracytic bacteria are


(1) Intra Cellular
(2) Inter Cellular
(3) Obligate
(4) None

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5.

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B-2 : Plant Classification
6.

How many of the following features are mentioned correctly 6.


about the bacterial group forming algal bloom (a) Nutrition

Autotroph or organotroph

(b) Habitat

Aquatic or terrestrial

(c) Association

Symbiotic or non-symbiotic

(d) Metabolism

Carbon-fixation and
Nitrogen-fixation

(e) Pigments

7.

8.

9.

Chlorophyll a and phycobilins

(1) Four

(2) Two

(3) Three

(4) Five

Most well developed sporophyte is present in (1) Cycas

(2) Adiantum

(3) Salvinia

(4) Solanum

Select the odd oen out w.r.t. life cycle (1) Diatoms

(2) Cycas

(3) Fucus

(4) Euglena

7.

8.

A plant shows thallus level of organization. It shows rhizoids 9.


and is haploid. It needs water to complete its life cycle
because the male gametes are motile. Identify the group
to which it belongs to (1) Pteridophytes

(2) Gymnosperms

(3) Monocots

(4) Bryophytes

10. Assertion: Multicellular organism show division of labor.

10.

Reason: Different cells are specialized to do specific


function.
(1) Both assertion and Reason are true and reaction is a
correct explanation of the assertion
(2) Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not a
correct explanation of the assertion
(3) Assertion is true, but reason is false
(4) Both assertion and reason are false.
11. Meiosis in flowering plant occurs in (1) Megaspore
(2) Microspore mother cell
(3) Microspore
(4) Zygote

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11.

U
U U U (a)
S
(b)
S
(c)
U U
(d) U
-SUU
UU SUU
(e)
UU a U
(1) U
(2)
(3)
(4)
US U U(1)
(2) UU
(3)
(4)
(1) UU
(2) U
(3)
(4)
SU U U U U
U U U U U
U U U U U
U U U U U U
U U (1) UUUUU
(2) S
(3)
(4) UU
: U U
U : CU U CU U
U
(1) U U U, U
SCUU U
(2) U U U, U
SCUU U U
(3) U, U U
(4) U U
c U U(1) M
(2)
(3)
(4)

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12. In following identify the correct sequence of A, B, C and D 12

(1) Volvox

Chlamydomonas

Laminaria Chara

(2) Volvox

Chlamydomonas

Chara

Laminaria

(3) Chlamydomonas Volvox

Chara

Laminaria

(4) Laminaria

Chara

Volvox

Chlamydomonas

13. The given statements describe groups of organisms (a) They are flagellate organisms
(b) They show mixotrophic nutrition
(c) When they are placed in continuous darkness, loses its
photosynthetic activity and die
(d) They are marine protist.
(e) They may be heterotroph.
Choose the correct option of group of living and their
appropriate characters (1) Golden algae a, c, e
(2) Euglena a, b, c
(3) Diatoms c, d, e
(4) Euglena a, b, e

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A A, B, C D U -

(1)

UU
U U
(2)
UU
U
U
(3) UU

U
U
(4) U
UU
U

13. U U U(a) U
(b) U U U
(c) UU U U U U, U
CU U U U U
(d) USU U
(e) c U U
U U U U
(1) UU a, c, e
(2) a, b, c
(3) UU c, d, e
(4) a, b, e

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range between 1.7 1.8 million.

A UU U(i) U c U
(ii) U USU U
U U
(iii) U U U
(iv) U phylogeny U U U
(v) mU U U
(vi) 1.7 1.8
million.

(1) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)

(2) (iii), (iv), (v), (vi)

(1) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)

(2) (iii), (iv), (v), (vi)

(3) (i), (iii), (v), (vi)

(4) (i), (iv), (v), (vi)

(3) (i), (iii), (v), (vi)

(4) (i), (iv), (v), (vi)

14. Identify the true statements from below

14.

(i) Homo sapiens is the scientific name of man


(ii) A taxon is a group of related plants or animls species
(iii) The first step in taxonomy is naming.
(iv) Modern classification is based on phylogeny
(v) First time binomial nomenclature was written in latin
(vi) The number of species that are known and described,

(V) Puccinia belongs to Basidomycetes

M mUU U
U(1)
(2)
(3) M
(4)
, , U S
U U(1)
(2) mU
(3) mU
(4)
U (1) U U
(2) U mUU U U
(3) U U
(4) U U
A U U(I) USU U SU UUU U U
(II) UUU S
U U
(III) U U U
U U
(IV) U UUU U
(V) UUU U

(1) 3

(2) 4

(1) 3

(2) 4

(3) 1

(4) 5

(3) 1

(4) 5

15. Typical female gametophytes, of angiosperms is 15.


represented by (1) Embryo

(2) Endosperm

(3) Megaspore

(4) Embryo sac

16. A plant bears fruit, has a column of vascular bundles and 16.
tap root system. This plant is a (1) Gymnosperm
(2) Angiosperm and dicot
(3) Gymnosperm and dicot
(4) Angiosperm and monocot
17. Bacterias are considered as plants, because

17.

(1) Cells wall is found


(2) They reproduce by fission
(3) They do not show movement
(4) They are cosmopolitin
18. How many statements are not false in following statements 18.
(I) Rust and Smut belongs to Basidiomycetes
(II) Asexual spores are generally absent in Basidomycetes
(III) Basidiospores are endogenously produced in the basidium
(IV) Agaricus, belongs to Basidomycetes

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(G) In oogamy fertilization occurs in oogonium

U(1) U
(2)
(3) U
(4) UU
U U U U U
U CU U U (A) U U U
(B)
(C) A M UUSU U U
(D) chl.c U U
(E) , U U
U U
(F) U U N ( ) U U
(G) U U U U

(1) A, B, C, D, E, F

(2) A, B, C, D, E, G

(1) A, B, C, D, E, F

(2) A, B, C, D, E, G

(3) A, B, F

(4) B, C, D, F

(3) A, B, F

(4) B, C, D, F

19. Most abundant bacteria are

19.

(1) Chemosynthetic bacteria


(2) Heterotrophic bacteria
(3) Heterotrophic decomposers
(4) Archaebacteria
20. Consider the following statements w.r.t. brown 20.
algae and select the option which satisfy to brown algae (A) Multicellularity and large size
(B) Almost exclusively marine
(C) Attached forms have hold fast
(D) Most common pigment is chl.c
(E) Sexual reproduction may be isogamy, anisogamy or
oogamy
(F) In isogamy and oogamy fertilization is external (in H2O)

21. In a moss the sporophyte :-

21.

(1) Arises from a spore produced from the gametophyte


(2) Produces gametes that given rise to the gametophyte
(3) Is partially parasitic on the gametophyte
(4) Manufactures food for itself, as well as for the gameto-

U U(1) U, U U U
(2) U, U
(3) U hUU U U
(4) S U

phyte
22. Consider the following statements and select the correct 22.

A U U -

option.
I. Mycellium is Aseptate and coenocytic
II. Asexual spores are endogenously produced in spo-

I.

UU UU U U U
II. U U U

rangium
III. These are commonly known as sac fungi

III. UU U U

IV. Asexual spores are exogenously produced on conidio-

IV. UU

U U U U U

phores
V. These are commonly known as mushrooms
(1) I, III and IV statement belongs to Phycomycetes
(2) II, IV and V statement belongs to resprectively Phycomycetes, Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes
(3) II, IV and V statement belongs to resprectively Ascomycetes, Phycomycetes and Basidiomycetes
(4) II, III and IV statement belongs to Ascomycetes

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UU M U
(1) I, III U IV UUU U
(2) II, IV U V UUU, SUU
U UUU U
(3) II, IV U V SUU, UUU
U UUU U
(4) II, III U IV SUU U
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23. Identify the edible and delicate Ascomycetes members

23.

(1) Agaricus and Puccinia


(2) Morels and truffles
(3) Puffball and Agaricus
(4) Puffball and mushrooms
24. ........A.......ensure the haploid phase in life cycle of sexually 24.
reproducing organism while .....B..... restore the diploid
phase. A and B are respectively (1) Meiosis and Mitosis
(2) Mitosis and Fertilization
(3) Meiosis and Fertilization
(4) (2) and (3) both can be possible
25. Consider the following means of reproduction given in 25.
following box and choose the correct option which satisfy
the number of vegetative means of reproduction in fungi -

SU S U(1) U
(2) U U
(3) U
(4) M
........A....... U
S U U, .....B..... mU S
U U U A B U(1)
(2)
(3) c
(4) (2) (3) U U
U U
U U
U CU U UU, ,
,

Fragmentation , Fission, Sporangiospores,


Budding, Zoospore

SUSU

(1) 2

(2) 3

(1) 2

(2) 3

(3) 1

(4) All

(3) 1

(4)

26. In bryophytes antheridium produces .....A.... and female 26.


sex organ archegonium produces .....B.... Here A and B

UU .....A.... U U U
S .....B.... U U U U A B U-

refer to
(1) Auniflagellate antherozoides; Btwo egg

(1) A ; B U

(2) Abiflagellate antherozoids; Bone egg

(2) AmU ; B U

(3) Anonmotile antherozoids; Bone egg

(3) A ; B U

(4) Anonmotile antherozoids; Btwo egg

(4) A ; B U

27. Select the correct option by selecting T = True, F = False 27.


w.r.t. given statement for phaeophyceae.
(a) Kelps are profusely branched.
(b) Plant body is usually attached to substratum by holdfast and has a photosynthetic stipe and frond.
(c) Common pigments are chlorophyll a, d.
(d) All kinds of sexual reproduction can be present.
(e) They are primarily of marine water.
1
2
3
4

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A
T
T
T
T

B
T
T
F
T

C
T
F
F
F

D
F
F
T
T

E
F
T
T
T

T = , F =
U U (a) U U
(b) UU U SU UU SU mUU
U U SUU U U U
(c) UU a, d U U
(d) S U US U U
(e) U U
1
2
3
4

A
T
T
T
T

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B
T
T
F
T

C
T
F
F
F

D
F
F
T
T

E
F
T
T
T

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B-2 : Plant Classification

28. Floridean starch is characteristic feature of

28.

(1) Polysiphonia, Gracilaria, Porphyra


(2) Laminaria, Sargassum, Porphyra
(3) Polysiphonia, Laminaria, Porphyra
(4) Chara, Dictyota, Polysiphonia
29. A is the group of fungi, Characters of members included 29.

UU SU U(1) U, U, UU
(2) U, U, UU
(3) U, U, UU
(4) U, UUU, U
A U U, A U S U

in A group are.
(a) Asexual spores of these are exogenous in origin while
sexual spores of these are endogenous in origin.
(b) Fruiting body of some members of these are edible
B is the group of fungi, Characters of of members included

U U U U U U
U U U
(b) U U S U U
B U U, B U S U
(a)

in B group are
(a) Generally asexual spores are absent in these.
(b) Sexual spores are exogenous in origin of these.
(c) These are most advanced and most commonly seen fungi.
On the basis of statements of group A and B identify the
correct order of fungi from given box and select the optionAspergillus, Claviceps, Neurospora, Trichoderma,
Puccinia, Mushroom
A
(1) Claviceps, Mushroom,
neurospora

(2) Aspergellus, neurospora

B
Puccinia, Aspergillus,
Trichoderma
Puccinia, claviceps,
Mushroom

(3) Aspergellus, claviceps,


Trichoderma
(4) Aspergellus, claviceps,

Puccinia, Mushroom
neurospora
Puccinia, Mushroom

neurospora

30. Which one of the following is homosporous with exoscopic 30.


embryogeny
(1) All pteridophytes
(2) Bryophytes and gymonosperms
(3) Angiosperms
(4) All bryophytes
31. Which of the following is true of alternation of generation- 31.
(1) The sporophyte undergoes syngamy to produce spores
(2) The sporophyte undergoes meiosis to produce spores
(3) The gametophyte undergoes syngamy to produce spores
(4) The gametophyte undergoes meiosis to produce

(a)

U S U U
(b) U U U U U
(c) U U
A B U U U
U U U SU, , USU, UUU,
, M
A
(1) , M,

USU
(2) SU, USU
(3) SU, ,

UUU
(4) SU, ,
USU

, SU,
UUU
, ,
M
, M
USU
, M

A U
U U(1) S UUUU
(2) UU U S
(3) S
(4) S UU
A U U U U(1) U U U
(2) U hU U U
(3) U U U
(4) U hU U U

gametes

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B-2 : Plant Classification
32. Which of the following statement is correct -

32.

(1) Vascular cryptogams are all heterosporous


(2) Vascular cryptogams are all homosporous
(3) Archegoniates are all homosporous
(4) Spermatophytes are all heterosporous
33. Why are the bryophytes not included under pteridophyta- 33.
(1) Presence of vascular tissue
(2) Sporophyte being dominant in their life - cycle
(3) Presence of roots
(4) Gametophyte being dominant in their life - cycle
34. In most of the plants meiosis results in formation of

34.

(1) Male gamete of female gamete


(2) Male sex organ or female sex organ
(3) Microspore or megaspore
(4) Microsporangium or Megasporangium
35. Study the following statements carefully and select the 35.
correct number of correct statements (A) The endosperm of Pinus is produced from Oospore
(B) In gymnosperms, the female gametophyte is retained
within Megasporangium
(C) Gametophytic plant body is always nonvasscular
(D) Ovule in gymnosperms is generally Orthotropous and
unitegmic

A U(1) S U c U U
(2) S U c U U
(3) S U U U
(4) S SUUU U U
UU UUUUU U (1) U U US U
(2) U U U
(3) US U
(4) U U U
U(1) U
(2) U
(3) L
(4) L
U U
(A) U cQ U
(B) M U
U
(C) UU U U U
(D) S U U
U

(1) 2

(2) 1

(1) 2

(2) 1

(3) 3

(4) 4

(3) 3

(4) 4

(E) Development of embryo in most of the fern is holoblastic.

U U U
U U(A) UUUUU U U
U U
(B) UU U U
U U
(C) UUUUU () U U
U U
(D) (UUUUU) mU
U U
(E) U U U

(1) A, B, D

(2) B, C, D

(1) A, B, D

(2) B, C, D

(3) A, D, E

(4) A, B, D, E

(3) A, D, E

(4) A, B, D, E

36. Consider the following statements and select the not false 36.
statements (A) Sex organs in pteridophytes are embedded in gametophytic tissue on ventral side.
(B) Sex organs in bryophytes are embedded in gametophytic tissue on dorsal side.
(C) Antherozoids (Sperms) in most are pteridophytes are
multiflagellated and coma shaped.
(D) Anthrezoids of selagenella (pteridophyte) are
biflagellated and coma shaped.

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37. Which of the following is gametophytic tissue in 37.

U AS U-

gymnosperms (1) Endosperm

(2) Megasporophyll

(1)

(2) M

(3) Ovule

(4) All the above

(3) U

(4) UUQ

38. Mitosis in haploid cells are observed in (A) Algae

(B) Bryophyta

(C) Blue green algae

(D) Pteridophyta

(F) Worker honey bee

(F) Angiosperm

38.

(G) Gymnosperm
(1) A, B, D, F and G

(2) A, B, C, D, F and G

(3) A, B, C, E, F and G

(4) Only A and C

39. Column I

Column II

39.

U U(A)
(B) UU
(C) UU
(D) UUUUU
(F)
(F)
(G)
(1) A, B, D, F G
(2) A, B, C, D, F G
(4) A C
(3) A, B, C, E, F G
S-I
S-II

A. Agar

I. Gelidium, Gracilaria

A. Agar

I. Gelidium, Gracilaria

B. Algin

II. Brown algae

B. Algin

II. Brown algae

C. Carrageen

III. Red algae

C. Carrageen

III. Red algae

D. Chlorella & Spirullina

IV. Single cell protein, usedfood

D. Chlorella & Spirullina

IV. Single cell protein, usedfood


supplements by space travellers

supplements by space travellers


Choose the correct combination-

U -

(1) A- I, B - 11, C -III, D - IV

(1) A- I, B - 11, C -III, D - IV

(2) A- IV, B -III, C - II, D - I

(2) A- IV, B -III, C - II, D - I

(3) A - II, B - I , C - III, D - IV

(3) A - II, B - I , C - III, D - IV

(4) A - III, B - II, C - I, D - IV

(4) A - III, B - II, C - I, D - IV

40. Statement-1: Each sperm of moss has two flagella.

40.

Statement-2: Water is essential for fertilization in mosses.


(1) If both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are true and
Statement-2 is correct explanation of Statement-1
(2) If both Statement-1 & Statement-2 are true but
Statement-2 is not correct explanation of Statement-1
(3) If Statement-1 is true and Statement-2 is wrong
(4) If Statement-1 and Statement-2 both are wrong
41.

41. Choose the correct statement (1) many species of Porphyra, Laminaria and Sargassum
are among 70 species of marine algae used as food
(2) Agar is used to grow microbes and in preparations of
ice-creams and jellies
(3) Algae are useful to man in a variety of way
(4) All

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-1: U U U
-2: U U
(1) -1 U -2 U U U -2, -1
U SCUU U
(2) -1 U -2 U U -2, -1
U SCUU U U
(3) -1 U U -2 U
(4) -1 -2 U
U (1) UUU, U U U U
U 70 U U U
M U
(2) U U hU U U
U
(3) c U U U U
(4)

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42. Multicellular brown algae make up this group. The brown 42.
algae are composed of either branched filaments (e.g.
Ectocarpus) or Leaf like outgrowth (Laminaria) Giant kelps
may reach upto 100m long. These brown algae are placed

U U U U U U
( U) hU U
U 100 UU U U U
U U-

under class(1) Rhodophyceae

(2) Phaeophyceae

(1) UU

(2)

(3) Chlorophyceae

(4) Chrysophyceae

(3) U

(4) U

43. Dikaryophase/Dikaryon formation is a specific characteristic 43.


of (1) All fungi
(2) Phycomycetes and ascomycetes
(3) Only basidiomycetes
(4) Ascomycetes and basidiomycetes
44.

44. Which of the following is correct(1) In brown algae as well as red algae vegetative
reproduction takes place by fragmentation
(2) In red algae algal predominant pigment is

mU S/UUU CU
U(1)
(2) UUU SUU
(3) UUU
(4) SUU UUU
A U U(1) U U U mUU
U U
(2) r - UUU U U

r - phycoerythrin
(3) Reserved food, floridean starch in red algae is very

(3) , U U SU U
U U U

similar to amylopectin and glycogen in structure

U U U U U U
(4) U U
I. UU SU , U U U U

(4) All are correct


45. I. Green algae occur in fresh water, brackish water salt 45.
water.
II. Habitat of Brown algae-fresh water (rare), brackish water,
salt water
III. Some red algae are found in fresh water, mostly occur
in salt water, some are in brackish water
IV. Most of the red algae are unicellular.
V. Red algae may occur in both well lighted regions close
to water-surface and also at great depths in oceans where
light penetration is little.
VI. Cell wall of red algae consists of cellulose + agar.
VII. 2 - 8, equal apical flagella in green algae.
(1) All are correct
(2) All are false
(3) I and VI are correct
(4) II, III and V are correct

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II. U

- SU ( - ), U
U
III. U SU U ,
U U U U
IV. U
V. U U U Q
UUU S U U U U U
U
VI. + U U
U
VII. UU 2 8 S U U
(1) U
(2) U
(3) I VI U
(4) II, III V U

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46. Mosses are of great ecological importance because of

46.

(1) Its contribution to prevent soil erosion


(2) Its contribution in ecological succession
(3) Both
(4) Its capability to remove CO from the atmosphere
47. Consider the following statements:

47.

(A) Sea weeds include phaeophyceae and rhodophyceae.


(B) Red aglae differs from green and brown algae in not
having any flagellate stage
(C) Bryophytes absorb most of their water through rhizoids
(D) Bryophytes seldom reach a height of more than 20 cm
because they lack vascular system, roots and mechanical
tissues
(E) The gametophyte in the life cycle of a fern is
independent and autotrophic.
In the above statements (1) A and B are correct

(2) B and C are correct

(3) C and D are correct

(4) All are correct

48. You are given an unknown plants to study in the laboratory. 48.
You find that it has chlorophyll, no xylem. Its multicellular
sex organs are enclosed in a layer of jacket cells. Its gametophyte stage is free living. The plant probably belongs
to
(1) Chlorophyceae

(2) Bryophyte

(3) Pteridophyte

(4) Gymnosperm
49.

49. Prothallus in pteridophytes is


(1) Nonvascular, haploid, multicellular small mostly photosynthetic thalloid gametophyte
(2) Vascular, N, Multicellular sporophyte
(3) 2N, Freeliving gametophyte
(4) Is thallus/plant body in same pteriophytes

50.

US U U U (1) U U U U U
(2) U US U U
(3)
(4) U U CO UU U
U U (A) UU UU U
(B) , UU U
S U U
(C) UU
mUU U U
(D) UU 20 cm U U U U
U, U U U
U
(E) S S U U
UU (1) A B U U
(2) B C U U
(3) C D U U
(4) UU

U U U U U U U S
U U U U U
mUU U UU U U S Q M
U U U U U U(1) U
(2) UU
(3) UUUUU
(4) S
UUUUU U U(1) U, , U, UU,

(2) U, N, U
(3) 2N, S
(4) U U/ UU UUUU U U
SI
SII

50. ColumnI

Column II

(Classes)

(Examples)

(Classes)

(Examples)

A. Psilotopsida

I. Dryopteris, Pteris, Adiantum

A. Psilotopsida

I. Dryopteris, Pteris, Adiantum

B. Lycopsida

II. Equisetum

B. Lycopsida

II. Equisetum

C. Sphenopsida

III. Selaginella

C. Sphenopsida

III. Selaginella

D. Pterosida

IV. Lycopodium

D. Pterosida

IV. Lycopodium
V. Psilotum

V. Psilotum
The correct combination is

U U-

(1) AV, BIII, IV, CII, DI

(1) AV, BIII, IV, CII, DI

(2) AI, BII, CIII, DIV

(2) AI, BII, CIII, DIV

(3) AIV, BIII CII, DI

(3) AIV, BIII CII, DI

(4) AIII, IV BV, CI, DII

(4) AIII, IV BV, CI, DII

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51. Mark the correct labelling in the T4 bacteriophage from 51. T4

U U-

top to bottom.

(1) collar, head, tail, endplate, tail fibre


(2) head, collar, tail, endplate, tail fibre
(3) head, endplate, tail, collar, tail fibre
(4) head, tail, collar, endplate, tail fibre

(1) collar, head, tail, endplate, tail fibre


(2) head, collar, tail, endplate, tail fibre
(3) head, endplate, tail, collar, tail fibre
(4) head, tail, collar, endplate, tail fibre
52. Match column- A (Terms) with column - B (Description)Column-A

Column-B

i. Haploid cycle

A. Meiosis occurs immediately

52.

after gamete fusion


ii. Haploid - dikaryotic

B. Hyphae show dikaryotic

cycle

condition after somatogamy

iii. Haploid - diploid

C. Haplophase and diplophase

cycle

alternate in regular succession

iv. Diploid cycle

D. Elaborate diploid and


haploid phases are restricted
to sexual reproductive

S- A () S-B () S-A
S-B
i. Haploid cycle
A. U
hU U U
ii. Haploid - dikaryotic
B.
mUU mU S
U
iii. Haploid - diploid
C. mU S
U M U
Uiv. Diploid cycle
D. U S
mU U UU
S U

structures
v. Saxicolous

E. They grow on rocks

v. Saxicolous

vi. Lignocolous

F. They grow on wood

vi. Lignocolous

vii. Corticolus

G. They grow on bark of trees

vii. Corticolus

viii. Terricolous

H. Often grow on soil

viii. Terricolous

E.

UU U U U
F. DU U U U
G. U U U U
H. U U

(1) i - C, ii - B, iii - A, iv - D, v - E, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

(1) i - C, ii - B, iii - A, iv - D, v - E, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

(2) i - A, ii - B, iii - C, iv - E, v - D, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

(2) i - A, ii - B, iii - C, iv - E, v - D, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

(3) i - A, ii - F, iii - C, iv - D, v - E, vi - B, vii - G, viii - H

(3) i - A, ii - F, iii - C, iv - D, v - E, vi - B, vii - G, viii - H

(4) i - A, ii - B, iii - C, iv - D, v - E, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

(4) i - A, ii - B, iii - C, iv - D, v - E, vi - F, vii - G, viii - H

53. Modes of nutrition in the protista are (1) photosynthetic and holozoic
(2) parasitic
(3) saprobic
(4) photosynthetic, holozoic, parasitic, saprobic and mixotrophic

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53.

USU (1) U
(2) U
(3)
(4) , , U, , U

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54. Select the correct statements -

54.

(a) Liverworts also have leafy members.


(b) Sporophytes is completely dependent on gametophyte
in liverworts.
(c) In cycas N2 fixing coralloid root are present.
(d) External water is not required in cycas for fertilization.
(1) A, B and D

(2) A, B and C

(3) B and D

(4) All of these

55. In Whittaker classification, algae are included in how many 55.


kingdomds-

U (a) UU S U U
(b) UU , U U UU U U

(c) U N2 SUU UUU US U U


(d) U s U U
U
(1) A, B D
(2) A, B C
(4) UU
(3) B D
U U U
-

(1) 3

(2) 2

(1) 3

(3) 4

(4) all five kingdomds

(3) 4
56.

56. In following choose the mismatched pair (A) Sole member of the kingdom monera Bacteria
(B) Most abundant micro organism

Bacteria

(C) On the basis of shape determined

Many

categories of bacteria are


(D) Most abundant bacteria in nature

Chemosynthetic
bacteria

(1) A, C and D

(2) A, D

(3) C, D

(4) Only C

57. Consider the following kingdom given in box and statements 57.
given below the box Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae
(A) Such kingdom have maximum types of mode of nutrition
(B) Boundries of such kingdom are not well defined
(C) Vast majority of such kingdom are heterotrops
(D) Members of such kingdom are structurally simple and
behaviouraly complex
(E) Such kingdom is consists of autotrophus, heterotrophus

(2) 2
(4)


(A) U U S
(B)
(C) U U U U

(D) U c

(1) A, C D
(2) A, D
(3) C, D
(4) C

U U U, USU, , U
(A) U c U U
(B) U U U U
(C) U S c U U
(D) U S U CU U UU
CU U U
(E) U Sc, U U U

and decomposers
With respect to given order of kindoms in box choose the
correct ascending order of number of statements which

U U
U UU -

can apply on these kingdoms (1) Monera Protista Fungi Plantae


(2) Plantae Fungi Protista Monera
(3) Fungi Plantae Protista Monera
(4) Fungi Plantae Monera Protista

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(1) U USU

U
(2) U USU U
(3) U USU U
(4) U U USU

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58. Selaginella and Salvinia are considered to represent a 58.
significant step toward evolution of seed habit because (1) Megaspores posses endosperm and embryo surrounded
by seed coat
(2) Embryo develops in female gametophyte which is
retained on parent sporophyte
(3) Female gametophyte is free and gets dispersed like seeds
(4) Female gametophyte lacks archegonia
59. Which cyanobacteria is now used as proteinaceous 59.
food (1) Spirullina

(2) Anabaena

(3) Nostoc

(4) Spirogyra

60. Choose the correct statements regarding to diagram -

60.

(i) It is a filamentous blue-green algae.


(ii) A - It is heterocysts that fix atmospheric nitorgen.
(iii) B - Surrounded by gelatinous sheath.
(iv) A - It is a reproductive unit.
(v) It is a chemosynthetic autotrophic bacteria.
(1) i, ii, iii and iv are correct
(2) i, ii, iii, and v are correct
(3) ii, iii and v are correct
(4) i, ii, iii, iv and v are correct
61. Which of the following is incorrect about blue green algae 61.
(1) They may be unicellular, colonial or filamentous
(2) Their colonies are generally surrounded with

S U
U M U, (1) M U U U mUU
SU U U
(2) U U,
U
(3) U U U U U
(4) S U U
UU U U M
U(1) MUM
(2)
(3) SU
(4) SUU
U -

U UU U
(ii) A - U UUUSSU U U UU
SUU U U
(iii) B - U U U UU
(iv) A - U UU U
(v) U U S U
(1) i, ii, iii iv U U
(2) i, ii, iii, v U U
(3) ii, iii v U U
(4) i, ii, iii, iv v U U
uhygfjr 'kSokyksa ds fo"k; esa] vlR; dFku dk p;u djas&
(1) ;s ,ddksf'kdh;] fuogh ;k rUrqor gks ldrs gaS
(2) budh fuog izk;% f>Yyhor vkoj.k }kjk vkofjr jgrh gS
(i)

membraneous sheath.
(3) They often form blooms in polluted water bodies
(4) Some of the members can fix atmospheric nitrogen.

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(3) ;s

iznwf"kr ty laxzkgdkas esa] Cywe cukrs gaS


(4) dqN lnL;] ok;qe.Myh; ukbVkstu dk fLFkjhdj.k dj ldrs gaS

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62. All living organism present, past and future are -

62.

(1) Not linked to any extent


(2) Linked to one another ine their cell membrane
(3) Linked to one another by the sharing of the common
genetic materials, but to varying degrees
(4) Linked do another by the sharing of the common genetic
materials to 100% extent
63.

63. Member of protista are primarily (1) Parasites

(2) Terrestrial

(3) Aquatic

(4) Photosynthetic

64. Match the entries in Column-I with those in Column-II.


Column-I

Column-II

P. Photoautotrophs

i. Energy source : light,

64.

Carbon Source ; CO2


Q. Photoheterotrophs

ii. Energy Source : light


Principal carbon source : an
organic compound

R. Chemoautotrophs

Energy source : chemical molecule


Principal carbon source : CO2

S. Chemoheterotrophs

Energy source : chemical molecule


Pricipal carbon source : an
organic compound

(1)

ii

iii

iv

(2)

iii

ii

iv

iii

(3)

ii

iv

iii

ii

(4)

iv

iii

ii

(1)

ii

iii

iv

(2)

iii

ii

iv

(3)

ii

iv

(4)

iv

iii

65. In Whittaker's classification system, chemosynthetic 65.


autotrophic organisms are found in kingdom(s) (1) Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
(2) Monera
(3) Protista, Plantae and Monera
(4) Protista and Monera
66. Which one of the following is an incorrect statement 66.
regarding mycoplasma -

UUU U hU U S
/ U(1) UU UU
(2) U
(3) USU, U U
(4) US U
A U U U(1) U

(1) They lake a cell wall.


(2) The are the smallest living cells.
(3) They cannot survive without oxygen.
(4) They are pathogenic in plants and animals.

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US U U, (1) U U U
(2) U U U
(3) U Z mUU U
U U, U U
(4) 100% U U Z mUU
U U U
USU S M U U(1) U
(2) S
(3)
(4)
S-I S -II S -I
S -II
P. U S
i. : ,
; CO2
Q. c
ii. :
:

R. U S
: U
: CO2
S. U c
: U

S U
(2) UU U
(3) U U
(4) U U U

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67. What is a species ?

67.

(1) A basic unit in the phylogenic history of living organisms


(2) A group of related populations from evolutionary point

U?
(1) UU U UU
(2) U U

of view
information
(4) A population of similar characteristics which forms
evolutionary basis of variation
68. In following which is true

U UU U
U U
(4) U U U
U
A U(1) U U SU U U U
U
(2) U U U
(3)

(3) A basic category containing most of the taxonomic

68.

(1) Phylogenetic classification systems assumes that organisms


belonging to the same taxa have a common ancestor
(2) Numerical Tax onomy based on observable
characteristics.

(g) Lichens

, U U UU U
U U U
(4) UU
S-I S-II U U
S-I
(i) U U
(ii) c U M
U UU U U
(iii) U
(iv) U U UU
U
(v) U U
(vi)
(vii) U
S-II
(a) UUU
(b) UUUU
(c) UU
(d) U
(e)
(f)
(g) U

(1) i-d, ii- e, iii-c, iv-f, v-b, vi-g, vii-a

(1) i-d, ii- e, iii-c, iv-f, v-b, vi-g, vii-a

(2) i-d, ii- e, iii-f, iv-c, v-b, vi-a, vii-g

(2) i-d, ii- e, iii-f, iv-c, v-b, vi-a, vii-g

(3) i-d, ii- e, iii-f, iv-c, v-b, vi-g, vii-a

(3) i-d, ii- e, iii-f, iv-c, v-b, vi-g, vii-a

(4) i-e, ii- a, iii-c, iv-f, v-b, vi-g, vii-d

(4) i-e, ii- a, iii-c, iv-f, v-b, vi-g, vii-d

(3) Cytotaxonomy is based on chromosome number,


structure and behaviour
(4) All of the above
69. Match each term of ColumnI with its definition of Col- 69.
umnII
Column-I
(i) Organisms that do not move
(ii) A domain of plant-like, heterotrophic organisms that
work primarily as decomposeres
(iii) The slender, reproductive structures of fungi
(iv) The web-like structure that supports the visible part of
fungi
(v) Cells with two nuclei
(vi) As association of fungi with bacteria or alga
(vii) A symbiotic association of fungi and plant roots
Column-II
(a) Mycorrhizae

(b) Dikaryotic

(c) Hyphae

(d) Sessile

(e) Fungi

(f) Mycelium

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(3)

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basis of structure and nubmer of chromosomes is called

U U U U
U U-

(1) Phenetics

(2) Cytotaxonomy

(1) Phenetics

(2) Cytotaxonomy

(3) Cladistics

(4) Molecular taxonomy

(3) Cladistics

(4) Molecular taxonomy

70. The phylogeny and interrelationships between taxa on the 70.

71.

71. Saccharomyces cerevisiae is

UU U U-

(1) Akaryote

(2) Prokaryote

(1) Akaryote

(2) Prokaryote

(3) Mesokaryote

(4) Eukaryote

(3) Mesokaryote

(4) Eukaryote

72. Mangifera indica, Solanum tuberosum, Saraca indica, Rosa 72.

and species are including in these name respectively.

easthQsjk bafMdk] lksysue V~;wcjksle] ljkdk bafMdk] jkstk bafMdk]


lksysue esyksftuk] lksysue ukbxze] VsesfjUMl bafMdl ;s dqN
ikniksa ds uke gS bu ukeksa eas e'k% fdrus oa'k vkSj fdrus tkfr ds
uke lfEefyr gS %&

(1) 7, 5

(2) 5, 7

(1) 7, 5

(2) 5, 7

(3) 7, 7

(4) 5, 5

(3) 7, 7

(4) 5, 5

indica, Solanum melongena, Solanum nigrum, Tamarindus


indicus. These are some names of plants. How many genera

How many statements are correct and incorrect respectively -

U(a) U UUUUU U S U U
(b) SU
S U
SUU
U U
(c) UU
U S U U
(d) Z UU U U
(e) U UUUUU U U
UU -

(1) 0, 5

(2) 4, 1

(1) 0, 5

(2) 4, 1

(3) 1, 4

(4) 5, 0

(3) 1, 4

(4) 5, 0

73. Read the following statements carefully -

73.

(a) Nitrosomonas and nitrobacter are chemoautotrophs.


(b) Anabaena and nostoc are capable of fixing nitrogen in
free living state also.
(c) Clamydomonas exhibits both isogamy and anisogamy
and fucus show oogamy.
(d) Key is taxonomic aid for identification of specimens.
(e) Origin of seed habit can be traced in pteridophytes.

74. In which characteristic bacteria are different from viruses ? 74.


(1) Genetic material
(2) Cytoplasm
(3) Distinct nucleus
(4) Diseaseproducing nature
75. Consider the following statements and choose the set of 75.
not false statements (a) Synonyms are not wrong names.
(b) Botanist do not recognise a sub species category.
(c) By the reproduction of male tiger and female lion tigon
is produced.
(d) By the reproduction of female tiger and male lion tigon
is produced.
(1) a, b and d

(2) a and c

(3) a, b and c

(4) b and d

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, U?
(1)
(2) UU
(3) SCU
(4) U U
U U U
U U(a) U U
(b) S U U
(c) U UUU U U UUU U U U
(d)

UUU U U U UUU U U U

(1) a, b U d
(3) a, b U c

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(4) b U d
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76. Fungi can be distinguished from algae by the fact that -

76.

(1) Mitochondria are absent


(2) Cell wall is cellulosic and chlorophyll is absent
(3) Nucleus is present
(4) Cell wall is chitinous and chlorophyll is absent

77.

U U U (1) UUU S
(2) U U
S
(3) US U U
(4) UU U U
S

77.

UU U - U U-

The above graphical diagram summarises the life cycle


of:-

(1) S

(1) A Gymnosperm

(2)

(2) A fungus
(3) A bryophyte

(3) UU

(4) A Pteridophyte

(4)

78. Consider the following statements and choose how many 78.
statements are not true (i) Increase in mass and increase in number of individual
are twin characteristics of growth.
(ii) Potato, makoi and brinjal are three different species
but all belong to the genus solanum.
(iii) Canidae is family of Housefly and class is Insecta.
(iv) Sapindales is order of Mango and mango belong to

UUUUU
U U U
U U(i) U hU U hU mU

(ii) , - S U
U
(iii) U U UU U
(iv) U U

Poaceae family
(1) two

(2) three

(1)

(2)

(3) four

(4) one

(3) U

(4)

79. In botanical gardens plants are grown in living condition.


This collection is for the purposes of
(1) Classification
(2) Identification
(3) Nomenclature
(4) Economic importance

/+1

79.

S Ul S U, U
U U U U U(1) U
(2) U
(3) U
(4) U

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80. In gymnosperms the dominate phase is .....A..... They are 80.
heterosporous, produce .....B....and .....C..... Here, A, B
and C refers to
(1) Asporophyte, Bhaploid microspores, Chaploid

S .....A.....U U
U U .....B.... .....C..... U U U U A, B C
U(1) A, B , C L

megaspores
(2) A, B , CmU L

(2) Agametophyted, Bhaploid micropores, Cdiploid


megaspores

(3) A , BmU , CmU L

(3) A sporophyte, Bdiploid microspores, Cdiploid


megspores

(4) A , B mU , C

(4) A gametophyte, Bdiploid microspores, Chaploid


megaspores
81.

81. Which is not an example of protista


(1) Chlamydomonas

(2) Chlorella

(3) Spirogyra

(4) Paramoecium

82. How many satements are not wrong

82.

(I) The strobili bearing microsporophylls and


microsporangia are called male strobili.
(II) In gymnosperms male gametophytic generation is highly
reduced and is confined to only a limited number of cells.
(III) The development of pollen grains take place outside

USU UUU U U(1) UU


(2) U
(3) SUUU
(4) U
U U(I) U U U, U
U
(II) AS U U OU U U U
U U U
(III) U U UU U U

the microsporangia.
(V) In Cycas the male and female cones borne on the same tree

U U U U U U U
(V) U U U U U U U U

(1) 2

(1) 2

(IV) In Pinus the male and female cones borne on the same tree
(2) 3

(3) 4

(4) 5

83. What will happen if all bacteria and fungi disappear from 83.

(IV) U

(2) 3

(3) 4

(4) 5

U U U # U ?

the earth ?
(1)

(1) All organisms will die


(2) No antibiotic will be available
(3) Nitrogen fixation will not occur
(4) The amount of dead degradable substances will

U
(2) U U
(3) UU SUU U U
(4) U Z U

increase
84. The branch of biology that is concerned with the comparative 84.
study of organisms and all relationships among them is

U U
U-

called
(1) Systematics

(2) Classification

(1) Systematics

(2) Classification

(3) Nomenclature

(4) Alpha taxonomy

(3) Nomenclature

(4) Alpha taxonomy

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85. The number of chromosomes in pollen grains of Pinus is 85.
26. The chromosome number in its endosperm after

U U 26 U,
U-

fertilization will be
(1) 26

(2) 52

(3) 78

(4) 156

86. Which of the following is true for alternation of generation- 86.


(1) The sporophyte undergoes syngamy to produce spores
(2) The sporophyte undergoes meiosis to produce spores
(3) The gametophyte undergoes syngamy to produce spores
(4) The gametophyte undergoes meiosis to produce

(1) 26

(2) 52

(3) 78

(4) 156

A U U U U(1) U U U
(2) U hU U U
(3) U U U
(4) U hU U U

gametes
87. Read the following flowchart of classification of plants in 87.
plant kingdom. Mark the group represented by A, B, C, D

U U U
A, B, C, D E U-

and E from the codes given below.

Codes :

Codes :

(1) A-Algae, B-Pteridophyte, C-Gymnosperm, D-Angiosperm

(1) A-Algae, B-Pteridophyte, C-Gymnosperm, D-Angiosperm


E-Bryophytes

E-Bryophytes
(2) A-Bryophytes, B-Pteridophytes, C-Algae, D-Gymnosperm

E-Angiosperm

E-Angiosperm
(3) A-Algae, B-Bryophytes, C-Gymnosperm, D-Pteridophytes
(4) A-Angiosperms, B-Gymnosperm, C-Pteridophytes

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(3) A-Algae, B-Bryophytes, C-Gymnosperm, D-Pteridophytes


E-Angiosperm

E-Angiosperm
D-Bryophytes, E-Algae

(2) A-Bryophytes, B-Pteridophytes, C-Algae, D-Gymnosperm

(4) A-Angiosperms, B-Gymnosperm, C-Pteridophytes


D-Bryophytes, E-Algae

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B-2 : Plant Classification
88. The major difference between the mosses and ferns is -

88.

(1) Ferns lack alternation of generation while mosses show


the same
(2) Mosses are facultative aerobes while ferns are obligate
aerobes
(3) Vascular bundles of ferns show xylem vessels while
those of mosses lack it
(4) Sporophytes of ferns live much longer as compared to
the sporophytes of mosses
89. In which of the following characters, the angiosperms 89.

U U(1) U U U U,
U U
(2)
U U,
U U
(3) U U U U U,
U U U
(4)
U U
U-

resemble gymnosperms(1) Presence of ovule

(2) Nature of endosperm

(3) Presence of vessel

(4) Mode of fertilisation

90. Statement-I : Scientific names are printed in italics.

(1) U
90.

US (2) c
(3) U US (4) U
-I : UU U U U

Statement-II : To indicate the origin of scientific names

-II : U U U UU UU

these are printed in italics.

U U U

(1) Both statements 1 and 2 are correct and statements 2

(1)

is the correct explanation of statement 1.

SCUU U

(2) Both statements 1 and 2 are correct and statements 2

(2)

is not the correct explanation of statement 1.

SCUU U U

(3) Statements 1 is correct and statement 2 incorrect

(3)

(4) Both statements 1 and 2 are incorrect

(4)

U U U U U U, U
U U U U U, U
U U U U

IV. Viruses do not contains proteins DNA and RNA.

U U
c U UDU
U (1) ,
(2) ,
(3) ,
(4) ,
A U ?
I. U U U
II. U U, U
U U
III. , UU U U
IV. U DNA RNA U U

Code :

Code :

91. Which of the following taxonomic categories are common 91.


for Man and Tiger (1) Phylum, kingdom

(2) Division, class

(3) Order, class

(4) Family, order

92. Which of the following statements are false about viruses 92.
I. Viruses are facultative parasites.
II. Viruses can multiply only when they are inside the living
cells.
III. Viruses cannot pass bacterial proof filters.

(1) I, II and III

(2) II, III and IV

(1) I, II III

(2) II, III IV

(3) I, II and IV

(4) I, II, III and IV

(3) I, II IV

(4) I, II, III IV

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B-2 : Plant Classification
93. Taxonomic category with a group of related genera is -

93.

(1) Anacardiaceae, Primata


(2) Poaceae, Diptera
(3) Hominidae, Felidae
(4) Sapindales, Anacardiaceae
94. Which of the following group of organisms represents taxa 94.
at same level (1) Monocots, angiosperms
(2) Lion, animals
(3) Triticum, Mangifera
(4) Man, Mammalia
95. According to five kingdom system of classification, the 95.
kingdoms which possess nuclear membrane and organ level

U U U (1) U, UU
(2) , UUU
(3) UU, U
(4) US, U
U SU U
U U (1) , S
(2) U,
(3) UU, U
(4) , SU
h U U
SU UU U U , U U -

body organisation, are (1) Major decomposers

(1) U Q

(2) Photosynthetic unicellular eukaryotes

(2) Q

(3) Also included in two kingdom system

(3)

(4) Prokaryotic and eukaryotic autotrophs


96. Which of the following functions can be performed by 96.

hU U U
(4) U S
U mUU -

taxnomic aids (1) U,

(1) Idenitification, Store house


(2) Classification, Naming
(3) Conservation, Preservation
(4) More than on option is correct
97. Find out the wrong statements from the following (i) The scientific name of an organism consists of two
smallest taxonomic categories.
(ii) Species name can be used without association with

97.

S
(2) U, U
(3) U, U
(4) U U
UU (i) UU U
U
(ii) Q U U

genus.
(iii) The genus is a category that includes very closely related
species that do not normally interbreed.
(iv) Scientific names are always bold.
(v) In a scieintific name, first letter of the species is always

U U
U U U U U
(iv) U UU U U
(v) , U U U U
(iii)

capitalised.
(1) i and iii

(2) ii, iii, iv and v

(1) i iii

(2) ii, iii, iv v

(3) iii and iv

(4) ii, iv and v

(3) iii iv

(4) ii, iv v

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B-2 : Plant Classification
98. In which kingdom producers, consumers and decomposers 98.

U, UQ U

and placed combindly

U-

(1) Monera

(1) Monera

(2) Protista

(2) Protista

(3) Mycota

(3) Mycota

(4) Plantae

(4) Plantae

99. In a sphenopsid plant number of chromosome in its scaly 99.

SU 24 U

leaves is 24, what will be the number of chromosomes in

U , U-

its stem cells, spores,and prothallus respectively


(1) 24, 12, 12

(1) 24, 12, 12

(2) 24, 24, 12

(2) 24, 24, 12

(3) 12, 24, 12

(3) 12, 24, 12

(4) 24, 12, 24

(4) 24, 12, 24


100. U U -

100. Consider the following statements a. Mango, dicots and plants represent taxa at same level.

a. ,

mU SU U U U

b. Wheat family and mango family belong to different orders

b. U

but same division.

U U U

c. Potato and sweet potato families are included in order

c.

Polymoniales.

d. Reproductive isolation is main criteria for determination

d.

U U U
U
U U PU U

of species.
e. Dicots, monocots and mammals represent taxa at same

e. mU,

SU SU U

level.

U U

Find the number of correct and incorrect statements

U -

respectively (1) 5, 0

(1) 5, 0

(2) 4, 1

(2) 4, 1

(3) 1, 4

(3) 1, 4

(4) 3, 2

(4) 3, 2

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