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Class XIII (Spartan Batch)

B-1 : Plant Embryology & Cell Biology

1.

A dicotyledonous plant bears flowers but never produces 1.


fruits and seeds. The most probable cause for the above

mU c U U U U U
U U U U S U U -

situation is (1)

U U U c U U
(2) U U U U c U U

(1) Plant is dioecious and bears only pistillate flowers


(2) Plant is dioecious and bears both pistillate and staminate
flowers

(3)

(3) Plant is monoecious


(4) Plant is dioecious and bears only staminate flowers
2.

Autogamy can occur in a chasmogamous flower if -

2.

(1) Pollen matures before maturity of ovule


(2) Ovules mature before maturity of pollen
(3) Both pollen and ovules mature simultaneously
(4) Both anther and stigma are of equal lengths.
3.

Read the following four (A - D) statements :-

3.

(A) Embryo development


(B) Zygote formation
(C) Fusion of gametes
(D) Transfer of gametes
How many of the above statements are events of
prefertilization :-

4.

(1) Three

(2) Two

(3) Four

(4) One

Consider the following Four statements (A - D) and select 4.


the option which includes all the incorrect ones only :(A) A typical anther of Angiosperm is bisporangiate
(B) Sporogenous tissues present in centre of
microsporangium

(C)

(C) Microsporogenesis process take place inside the pollen


sac

U U U U

(D) U, U U

(D) The pollen grains represent the sporophyte


Option
(1) Statements A, B, C
(2) Statements C, D
(3) Statements B, C
(4) Statements A, D
5.

U U
(4) U U U U c U U
c U U (1) U U U U U
(2) U U U U U
(3) U U
(4) U U U
A U (A - D) U (A) U
(B)
(C)
(D) SU
UUQ U U
U (1)
(2)
(3) U
(4)
A U (A - D) U U U
:(A) S M U USUU U U
(B) US U U

Female plant is diploid and male plant is tetraploid. Find 5.


out the correct match

(1) A, B, C
(2) C, D
(3) B, C
(4) A, D
mU U U U U
-

Enbryo

Endosperm

Integument

Egg

Pollen

(1)

3n

4n

2n

2n

4n

(1)

3n

4n

2n

2n

4n

(2)

2n

6n

2n

4n

4n

2n

(2)

2n

6n

2n

4n

4n

2n

(3)
(4)

2n

3n

2n

4n

3n

3n

2n

4n

3n

4n

3n

2n

(3)
(4)

2n

6n

6n

4n

3n

2n

/+1

Aleurone layer

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U U

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B-1 : Plant Embryology & Cell Biology
6.

In a flower, if the megaspore mother cell forms megaspores 6.


without undergoing meiosis and if one of the megaspores
develops into an embryo sac, its nuclei would be (1) Haploid
(2) Diploid
(3) A few haploid and a few diploid
(4) With varying ploidy

7.

7.

During self pollination of Mirabilis


(1) Flowers are closed
(2) Flowers are open and growing brings the stigma in
contact anthers
(3) Filaments bring anthers in contact stigma
(4) Style bends to bring stigma in contact with anthers

8.

8.

A pollinium consists of
(1) A bag of pollen grains formed in a microsporangium
(2) A cluster of pollen grains belonging to a chamber of
microsporangium
(3) Group of four pollen grains derived from a single mother
cell

(4)

(4) Two pollen tetrads attached by small stalks


9.

Which one guides the pollen tube in the style

9.

(1) Secretion of synergids


(2) Secretion of oosphere
(3) Obturator
(4) Conducting tissue
10. Genotypically the pollen grains produced by an anther belong 10.
to
(1) One type

(2) Two types

(3) Many types

(4) All the above

c M hU
M U U M
U U, U U (1)
(2) mU
(3) U U mU
(4)
U SU U(1) c U U
(2) c U U U hU U UU U
U
(3) U U
(4) U U U
U U(1) U U
(2) U
U
(3) U U U
U c UU mUU U U U
U hU U U(1) U d
(2) USU d
(3) UUUU
(4) U U
U mUU U CU U U(1) U
(3) U U

seeds of Pea would be

UU
U-

(1) 200/400

(1) 200/400

(2) 400/800

(2) 400/800

(3) 300/600

(3) 300/600

(4) 250/500

(4) 250/500

11. Number of meiotic divisions required to produe 200/400 11.

12. In angiosperms, a mature male gametophyte is formed 12.


from a pollen mother cell through
(1) Two meiotic divisions
(2) Three mitotic divisions
(3) One meiotic and two mitotic divisions
(4) A single meiotic division

/+1

200/400

(2) U
(4) UUQ

U hU

S U U U
U U(1) hU mUU
(2) mUU
(3) hU U mUU
(4) hU mUU

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B-1 : Plant Embryology & Cell Biology
13. In following choose the false statement-

13.

(1) The events-from pollen depositon on the stigma until


pollen tube enters the ovule are together referred to as
pollen pistil interaction.
(2) Pollen tube always enters in embryo sac through the
micropyle of ovule
(3) Tapetum nourishes the developing pollen grain
(4) If pollen grains are shed at two celled condition then
generative cell divides and forms the two male gametes
during the entry of pollen tube in ovule.
14.

14. Pick out the wrong statement


(1) Double fertilization is unique to gymnosperms and

(1) U U S U U U U
CU U U USU
U
(2) U U U mU UU
U U
(3) UU U U U U U
(4) U S U
U U U U U
U U
(1) mU S U U

monocotyledons
(2) Evolutionarily, pteridophytes are the first terrestrial

(2) CU UUUUU S U

plants to posses xylem and pholem

U U
(3) U S UU a, c, UUUU U
U U
(4) U U U U
S S U
U U
U U U U
S U U U UQ UUU U-

(3) phaeophyceae members posses chlorophylla, c,


carotenoids and xanthophylls
(4) Moss is a gametophyte which consists of two stages
namely, protonema stage and leafy stage
15. In some organisms, karyokinesis is not followed by 15.
cytokinesis as a result of which, multinucleate condition
arises leading to the formation of syncytium. The perfect
example for this is

(1)

(1) appearance of a furrow in cell membrane


(2) liquid endosperm in coconut
(3) sexual reproduction
(4) fertilization
16. Which one of the following statements is not true
(1) Pollen grains are released from anthers at 2celled

16.

US
(2) U U
(3)
(4)
A U U(1) U U mU S Q U U

state
(2) Sporogenous cell directly behaves as the megaspore

(2) M M

mother cell

UU UU U U
(3) M U UU U
U
(4) U U U U UmUU U
U S U U

(3) Megaspore divides twice to form an eight nucleate


embryo sac
(4) Egg and synergids always lie near the micropylar end
of ovule

/+1

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17. Identify the chracters with reference to the plant in which 17.
eight nucleated embryo sac was first studied by Strasburger.
I. Micropyle, chalaza and funiculus are arranged in the same
vertical line in the ovule.
II. Presence of both unisexual and bisexual flowers in the
same plant.
III. Filiform apparatus helps in conduction of food materials
from endosperm to egg apparatus.
IV. Long funiculus coils like a watch spring around the ovule.

SUU mUU U U
U U
U I. U UmUU, U U U
U S U U
II. U U mU U c US
U U
III. UU U UU Z
UU U U U
IV. U U U U S
U U U

(1) I, IV

(2) II, III

(1) I, IV

(2) II, III

(3) I, II

(4) III, IV

(3) I, II

(4) III, IV

18. Study the following table and choose the correct option

18.

A U U
-

ColumnI

ColumnII

ColumnI

ColumnII

(Structure before seed)

(Structure after Seed

Formation)

Formation)

(A) Funiculus

(1) Hilum

(B) Scar of ovule

(2) Tegmen

(C) Zygote

(3) Testa

(D) Inner integument

(4) Stalk of seed

)
U)
(A) U
(B) U U
(C)
(D) U U


U)
(1)
(2) U
(3) USU
(4)
(5)

(5) Embryo
A

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

19. One advantage of cleistogamy is

19.

(1) it leads to greater genetic diversity


(2) seed dispersal is more efficient and widespread
(3) seed set is not dependent on pollinators
(4) each visit of a pollinator results in transfer of hundreds
of pollen grains
20. Choose the mismatched option

20.

(1) Wind Cannabis Anemophily


(2) Bats Kigelia Cheiropterophily
(3) Insect Salvia Entomophily
(4) Birds Adansonia Orithophily

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U(1) U U U
(2) U U U U
(3) U U U U U
(4) U U USM U
SU U U
(1)
(2) U UUUU
(3) U U
(4) U

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B-1 : Plant Embryology & Cell Biology

21. Why sometimes, even diploid offspring is produced through 21.


parthenogenesis

mU S - mUU U(1) mU U S

(1) When offspring is produced without fertilization of diploid

egg cell

(2)

(2) When offspring is produced through fertilization of diploid


egg cell

mU U S U

(3) U S

(3) When offspring is produced without fertilization of haploid

egg cell

(4)

(4) When offspring is produced through fertilization of


haploid egg cell
22. What would be the number of chromosomes in the cells of 22.
the aleurone layer in a plant species with 8 chromosomes

U S U

U U U
U U U-

in its synergids
(1) 16

(2) 24

(1) 16

(2) 24

(3) 32

(4) 8

(3) 32

(4) 8

23. Which of the following statement is/are true

23.

I. Endothecium lies behind epidermis.


II. Synergids are haploid.
III. The point at which funicle touches the ovule is raphe.
(1) only III
(2) only I and III
(3) only I
(4) only I and II
24. Which one of the following is not a correct explanation of 24.
crosspolslination

(1) c U U U S U c U SU

(1) The pollen grains are transferred from one flower to


another flower situated on the same plant
(2) The pollen grains are transferred from one flower to
another flower, of another plant of the same species
(3) The pollen grains of male flower are transferred to the
stigma of the female flower
(4) The pollen grains of one flower are transferred to the
stigma of the same flower
25. Which one of the following is a reference to xenogamy
(1) Ripening of androecium earlier to gynoecium
(2) Pollen grains of one flower reaching the stigma of
another flower present on the same plant
(3) Pollen grains of one flower, reaching the stigma of
another flower present on a different plant to the same
species
(4) The inability of pollen grains to germinate on the stigma
of the same flower

/+1

A UI. U S U U
II. U U U
III. U U U U U U U S
U U
(1) III
(2) I III
(3) I
(4) I II
A UU U U U-

25.

U U
(2) c U U U U S c U
SU U U
(3) U c U c U SU U
U
(4) c U U c U SU U
U
A U(1) U U
(2) c U U U S U c
U U
(3) c U U S
c U U
(4)

c U U U U U

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B-1 : Plant Embryology & Cell Biology

26. At which stage of endosperm development will you examine 26.


to find out, Whether it is nuclear type or cellular type(1) the stage following the division of the primary endosperm
nucleus

(2) U S

(2) Mature stage of endosperm

(3)

U U
(4) c U S U U U U U

(3) When embryo has Started dividing


(4) At that stage of endosperm, when embryo is at heart
Shaped stage
27. In Angiosperms, the functional megaspore of a linear tetrad 27.
is the:(1) First nearest to the micropyle
(2) Second from the micropyle
(3) Third from the micropyle
(4) Fourth from the micropyle
28. Which of the following types of embryo sac is mostly found 28.
angiosperms:(1) Bisporic polygonum type
(2) Tetrasporic type
(3) Monosporic onagrade type
(4) Monosporic polygonum type
29.

29. At the time of anther dehiscene (1) Middle layers develop fibrous thickenings
(2) Epidermis degenerates
(3) Endothecium develops fibrous thickenings
(4) Endothecium degenerates

30.

30. Chalaza is (1) Ridge formed by fusion of funicle with the body of
ovule
(2) Space between integument and nucellus
(3) Place of origin of integuments
(4) Place where nucellus communicates with cavity of
ovary
31. Which one of the following statements is not true
(1) Pollen grains are released from anthers at 2celled state
(2) Sporogenous cell directly behaves as the megaspore
mother cell
(3) Megaspore divides twice to form an eight nucleate
embryo sac
(4) Egg and synergids always lie near the micropylar end
of ovule

/+1

S U,U U,
U U U U (1) S

31.

U c M U U(1) UmUU

U
(2) UmUU U
(3) UmUU U
(4) UmUU
A U
U(1) mU- U
(2) UUSU U
(3) -U U
(4) - U
U SU (1) U UU UU U U
(2) s CU U U
(3) UU UU U U
(4) CU U U
U U (1) U U U

(2) U U
(3) U U S
(4) U S U U U U
U U
A U U(1) U U mU S Q U U
(2) M M
UU UU U U
(3) M U UU U
U
(4) U U U U UmUU U
U S U U

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32. If wall of microsporangia (in anther) consists of 4 layers - 32.
(1) Endothecium lies inside the middle layer
(2) Tapetum lies just below the endothecium
(3) Middle layer lies in between the endothecium and

USU (U ) 4 SU U U, (1) U U US U U
(2) UU U U US U U
(3) U U UU US U U

tapetum
(4) UU

(4) Tapetum lies below the epidermis


33. Archesporium of ovule is

33.

(1) Single called derived from nucellar epidermis


(2) Single called derived from nucellar hypodermis
(3) Multicellur derived from nucellar epidermis
(4) Multicellular derived from nucellar hypodermis
34. From among the sets of terms given below, identify those 34.
that are associated with the gynoecium.
(1) Stigma, ovule, embryo sac, placenta
(2) Thalamus, pistil, style, ovule
(3) Ovule, ovary, embyro sac, tapetum
(4) Ovule, stamen, ovary, embyro sac
35. A particular species of plant produces light, non-sticky pollen 35.
in large numbers and its stigmas are long and feathery.
These modifications facilitate pollination by (1) Insects

(2) Water

(3) Wind

(4) Animals

36. From among the situations given below, choose the one 36.
that prevents both autogamy and geitonogamy.
(1) Monoecious plant bearing unisexual flowers
(2) Dioecious plant bearing only male or female flowers
(3) Monoecious plant with bisexual flowers
(4) Dioecious plant with bisexual flowers
37. In an embryo sac, the cells that degenerate after 37.

U US U U
U SU U(1) U U U U
(2) U UU U U U
(3) U U U U U
(4) U U UUU U U U
, UU U U
U U (1) , U, , U
(2) c, SU, , U
(3) U, U, , UU
(4) U, U, U,
U, U
U U U U U
U MU mUU U U U U(1) U
(2)
(3)
(4)
S ,
S U U U(1) c U U
(2) U U c U U
(3) mU c
(4) U mU c
, U CU U U -

fertilisation are (1) Synergids and primary endosperm cell

(1) U

(2) Synergids and antipodals

(2) U UU

(3) Antipodals and primary endosperm cell

(3) U

(4) Egg and antipodals.

(4) U

38. Development of microsporangia in anther is from a (1) A single cell eusporangiate


(2) A single cell leptosporangiate
(3) Group of hypodermal cells leptosporangiate
(4) Group of hypodermal cells eusporangiate

/+1

38.

UU
U USU U U(1) SUU
(2) USUU
(3) UUU U USUU
(4) UUU U SUU

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39. In orthotropous ovule, the micropyle and chalaza are -

39.

(1) Parallel to funiculus


(2) At right angles to funiculus
(3) Oblique angle to funculus
(4) In straight line with funiculus
40. Which one is correct about multinucleated and polyploid 40.
condition of tapetum respectively (1) Multinucleated condition due to endomitosis and
polyploid condition due to free nulcear division
(2) Multinucleated condition due to free nulcear division
and polyploid condition due to endomitosis
(3) Both are due to free nulcear division
(4) None of these
41. (i) Embryo sac is surrounded by a wall of membrane of 41.
megaspore.
(ii) Embryo sac represents megagametophyte.
(iii) In ovule meiosis occur in archesporial cell.

U , UmUU mUU U U(1) U U


(2) U U
(3) U UU U
(4) U U
UU U U S
U U(1) U S UUU U U
S U U U
(2) U S U
U S UUU U U U
(3) U U U
(4) UU U U
(i) M mUU U UU U
(ii) M U U
(iii) U SU hU U U
(iv) M mUU U U US U U

(iv) Functional megaspore is located at the chalazal end.


How many statements are correct -

U-

(1) 4

(2) 2

(1) 4

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 1

(3) 3

(4) 1

S , U U U U U,
U (ii) UUU U-

42. In (i) condition, both male and female gamete produce on 42. (i)
different plant, an example of such plant is (ii).
(i)

(ii)

(1) Dioecious

Cucurbita

(2) Dioecious

Papaya

(3) Monocious

Cucurbita

(4) Monocious

Papaya

(i)
(1) U

43. Match the column and choose the correct option Column-I

Column-II

(A) Wheat

(i) Pectocellulose

(B) Rosaceae

(ii) 30 minutes

(C) Intine

(iii) Fatty acid and caratenoid

(D) Pollenkit

(iv) Few months

43.

UU
(2) U

(3)
UU
(4)

S U S-I
S-II
(A)
(i) U
(B) U


(ii) 30 U
(C)
(iii) UUUU
(D) UU
(iv) U U

(1) A-ii, B-iv, C-iii, D-i

(1) A-ii, B-iv, C-iii, D-i

(2) A-iv, B-ii, C-i, D-iii

(2) A-iv, B-ii, C-i, D-iii

(3) A-ii, B-i, C-iv, D-iii

(3) A-ii, B-i, C-iv, D-iii

(4) A-ii, B-iv, C-i, D-iii

(4) A-ii, B-iv, C-i, D-iii

/+1

(ii)

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44.

44. In gynophore (1) Internode between corolla and androecium become

U (1) U hU U U

enlarged
enlarged
(3) Possess gyno and androphore both
(4) Internode between calyx and corolla become enlarged
45. Aril is -

45.

(i) Originate from basal part of ovule.


(ii) Originate from outer growth of the outer integument.
(iii) Covers whole ovule.
(iv) Formed in the micropylar region.
Which is correct about Aril from above statement (1) ii and iii

(2) i and iii

(3) i and iv

(4) i, ii and iv

46. Following given diagram represents a branched 46.


condiophore. A, B, C and D are matched as given below.
A

Condiophore

Rami

Phialides

Metulae

U hU U
U
(3) UU U U
(4) U hU U U
U U(i) U U U
(ii) s U UU hU U
(iii) U U U U
(iv) UmUU U
UU U U U(1) ii iii
(2) i iii
(3) i iv
(4) i, ii iv
U U U
U A, B, C D UA

UU
B

UU
C

U
D

(2)

(2) Internode between androecium and gynoecium become

Which are wrongly matched (1) A and B

(2) B and C

(3) C and D

(4) B and D

/+1

U(1) A B
(3) C D

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(4) B D

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47. Consider the following table and choose the correct 47.
combination of A, B, C, D, E, F and G-

U U A, B, C, D, E, F G
U
( )

Organism

Life span ( In years)

Elephant

Rose

,og

300-500

Horse

Tortoise

140

G
Parrot

A
*
+
300-500
E
F
140

U
50 100-150

25 400-500
UU
50 15
50 U
150 200-250

75 10
25 U
60 300-400

S I S II U U S I
S -II
(A) mU
(i) U
(B) U
(ii)
(C)
(iii) U
(D) U
(iv) UU
(E)
(v) SU

(1) 75 10

25

Banyan tree 50 100-150

(1) 75 10

25

(2) 175 20

35

Banana tree 25 400-500 Crocodile

(2) 175 20

35

(3) 50 15

50

Banyan tree 150 200-250 Fruit fly

(3)

(4) 75 10
25 Banyan tree 60 300-400 Parrot
(4)
48. Match column I to column II and choose the correct option- 48.
column-I
column-II
(A) Binary fission
(i) Plasmodium
(B) Multipule fission
(ii) Amoeba
(C) Budding
(iii) Yeast
(D) Conidia
(iv) Chlamydomonas
(E) Zoospores
(v) Aspergillus
A
B
C
D
E
(1)
(1)
ii
i
iii
v
iv
(2)
(2)
i
ii
iii
v
iv
(3)
(3)
iii
i
ii
v
iv
(4)
(4)
ii
i
iii
iv
v

A
ii
i
iii
ii

B
i
ii
i
i

C
iii
iii
ii
iii

D
v
v
v
iv

E
iv
iv
iv
v

(i) Runner

(a) Water hyacinth and Pistia

(ii) Rhizome

(b) Ginger

(iii) 'Eyes' on tuber -

(c) Potato

(iv) Bulbil

(d) Garlic

(v) Offset

(e) Oxalis

(vi) Leaf buds

(f) Bryophyllum

(vii) Bulbs

(g) Onion,

S I S II U U

S- I
S-II
(a) UU U U SU
(i) U SU
(ii)
(b) U
(iii) U ' ' (c)
(iv)
(d) U
(v) S
(e)
(vi)
(f )
(vii)
(g)

(1) ii, iii, vi, vii

(2) i, ii, iii, vi, vii

(1) ii, iii, vi, vii

(2) i, ii, iii, vi, vii

(3) i, iv

(4) All are correct

(3) i, iv

(4)

49. In following column I to column II is matched. Choose the 49.


correct matching
Column I

/+1

Column II

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50. In following diagrams identify the correct sequence of A, 50.


B, C, (d), (e) and choose the right option

A A, B, C, (d), (e) U U U
-

(1) A Male sex organ of dioecious plant B Female sex


organ of dioecious plant C archegonia D antheridia, (d)
bulbil of agave (e) asexual reproductive structure of sponge
(2) A Male sex organ of dioecious plant B Female sex
organ of dioecious plant C antheridia, D archegonia,
(d) Vegatativ e propugule of aga ve (e) asexual
reproductive structure of sponge
(3) A oogonium B antheridium C archegoniophore D
antheridiophore, (d) bulbil of agave (e) Gemmules of
sponge
(4) A Male sex organ of monoecious plant B Female
sex organ of monoecious plant C antheridiophore, D
archegoniophore, (d) Vegatative propugule of agave (e)
asexual reproductive structure of sponge
51. In following which factors are responsibile for the type of 51.

(1) A

reproduction of an organism A Organism habitat


B Internal physiology
C Number of organism which participates
D Nature of gametes which participates
(1) A and B
(2) A, B and C
(3) C and D
(4) All

/+1

UU U B UU
U C S D , (d)
(e) S U
(2) A UU U B UU
C , D S, (d)
(e) S U
(3) A U B C SU D U , (d)
(e) S
(4) A U U B U
U C U, D SU, (d)
(e) S U

U U
UU UA
B U
C
D
(1) A B
(2) A, B C
(3) C D
(4)

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52. Statement - I Clones are only morphologicaly similar 52.


individuals
Statement - II Clones are only genetically similar individuals
(1) Statement I and statement II both are not correct
(2) Statement I and statement II both are correct
(3) Statement I is correct and satatement II is not correct
(4) Statement I is not correct and satatement II is correct
53. Statement - I Eichornia is also termed as 'terror of Bengal'. 53.
Statement - II It drains oxygen from the water, which leads
to death of fishes.
(1) Statement I and statement II are correct but statement
II is not correct explanation of statement I.
(2) Statement I and statement II both are correct statement
is correct explanation of statement I.
(3) Statement I right and satatement II wrong
(4) Statement I wrong and satatement II right
54. Consider the following passage and choose the correct 54.
combination of A, B, C and D.
...... A ..... reproduction is an elabrorate, complex and slow
process as compared to ..... B ... reproduction. ......C...
reproduction results in offspring while..... D.... reproduction

- I s U CU U U
- II CU U U
(1) I II U U U
(2) I II U U
(3) I U U II U U U
(4) I U U U II U U
Statement - I U U U
Statement - II U U U
SM U U U
(1) I II U U U II I U
SCUU U U
(2) I II U U U II I U
SCUU U
(3) I U U II U
(4) I U II U U
U U U A, B, C D U

...... A ..... ..... B ... S, U
U ......C... U SM S
U ..... D.... SM U

results in clones
A

(1) Asexual

Sexual

Sexual

Asexual

(1)

(2) Sexual

Asexual

Asexual

Sexual

(2)

(3) Sexual

Asexual

Sexual

Asexual

(3)
(4)

(4) More than one option is correct

55. Choose the correct order of different phase of life of an 55.


animal (1) Juvenile phase Reproductive phase senescent phase
(2) Vegetative phase Reproductive phase senescent phase
(3) senescent phase Reproductive phase Juvenile phase
56.

(4) More than one option is correct


56. Following statements belongs to (i) It flowers once in 12 years
(ii) Previously it flowered during september-October 2006
(iii) Its mass flowering transformed large trackes of hilly
areas in Kerala. Karnataka and Tamilnadu into blue
stretches.
(1) Strobilanthus kunthiana
(2) Lupinus arcticus
(3) Bamboosa
(4) Eichornia

/+1

U U
S U (1) U S S S
(2) S S S
(3) S S U S
(4) U U
U(i) U 12 U c U U
(ii) U U U U- UU 2006 U c U

(iii) U c U, U U UU
U U c - U U U

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

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57. In following choose the correct statement (1) Birds living in nature lay eggs throughout the year while
birds in captivity (as in poultry farms) can be made to lay
eggs seasonally.
(2) Birds living in nature lay eggs only seasonally while
birds in captivity (as in poultry farms) can be made to lay
eggs throughout the year.
(3) Birds living in nature lay eggs throughout the year and
the birds in captivity (as in poultry farms) can be made to
lay eggs throughout the year also.
(4) Birds living in nature lay eggs only seasonally and the
birds in captivity (as in poultry farms) can be made to lay
eggs also seasonally.
58. Consider the following organisms Cow, Monkey, Sheep, Rat, Deer, Tiger, Apes, Human, Dog
The correct combination of organisms which exhibits
menstrual cycle(1) Monkey, Tiger, Human
(2) Monkey, Deer, Tiger, Apes, Human
(3) Cow, Sheep, Rat, Deer, Tiger, Dog, Apes
(4) Monkey, Apes, Human
59. Match column I to column II and choose the correct optionColumn I
Column II
(A) Unisexual
(i) Cucurbita
(B) Bisexual
(ii) Coconut
(iii) Papaya
(iv) Date palm
(v) Earthworm
(vi) Tapeworm
(vii) Sponge
(viii) Cockroach
A
B
(1)
i, ii, v, vi, vii
iii, iv, viii
(2)
v, vi, vii,
i, ii, iii, iv, viii
(3)
i, ii, iii, iv, viii
v, vi, vii
(4)
i, ii, viii
iii, iv, v, vi, vii
60. Consider the following statements and choose the correct
statement(A) Gamets are always haploid
(B) Gamets are either haploid or diploid
(C) Gamets are always produeced by mitotic division
(D) Gamets may produeced either by mitotic division or by
meiotic division
(E) The chromose ratio of meiocytes and gametes is - 1 : 2
(1) B, D, E
(2) A, C, E
(3) A, D
(4) B, C

/+1

57.

58.

U (1) U U U U U U
U ( U )
U U U U
(2) U U U U
U U U ( U )
U U U U
(3) U U U U U U
U ( U ) U U
U U
(4) U UU U U U
U U ( U )
U U U U
U U , U, , U, UU, , , c,
U S U U-

(1) U, , c
(2) U, UU, , , c
(3) , , U, UU, , ,
(4) U, , c
59. S I S II U U S-I
S-II
(A)
(i) UU
(B) U
(ii) U
(iii)
(iv) U
(v)


(vi)
(vii) S
(viii) U

A
B
(1)
i, ii, v, vi, vii
iii, iv, viii
(2)
v, vi, vii,
i, ii, iii, iv, viii
(3)
i, ii, iii, iv, viii
v, vi, vii
(4)
i, ii, viii
iii, iv, v, vi, vii
60. U U U (A) U
(B) mU U
(C) mUU U
(D) mUU hU

U U U

(E) UU
(1) B, D, E
(3) A, D

mUU

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(4) B, C

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61. Germination of pollen grain on the stigma is called

61.

(1) Autogamy
(2) In situ germination
(3) In vivo germination
(4) In vitro germination
62. Most common type of endosperm is

62.

(1) Nuclear
(2) Helobial
(3) Cellular
(4) Any of these
63. Consider the following daigram and choose the correct 63.

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

option-

(1) U, UU, QU

(1) Papaver, multicarpellary, syncarpous

(2) , UU, QU

(2) Papaver, multicarpellary, apocarpous

(3) U, UU , QU

(3) Michelia, multicarpellary, syncarpous

(4) U, UU , QU

(4) Michelia, multicarpellary, apocarpous


64. Apospory is direct formation of
(1) Gametophyte from sporophyte
(2) Gametophyte from gametophyte
(3) Sporophyte from gametophyte
(4) Sporophyte from sporophyte

/+1

64.

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

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65.

65.

UUQ S U U
M U-

The above diagram refers the self - incompatibility. The


genotypes of embryo and endosperms are (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Embryo

Endosperm

S1S3, S3S4

S3S 4S4

(1)

S1S3, S3S4

S1S 1S3, S4S4S3

(3)

S 4S 4

S3S 4S4, S1S1S3

More than one option is correct

66. Non endospermic seed are found in (A) Pea

(2)

(B) Castor

(C) Coconut (D) Ground nut

(1) B, C

(2) Only C

(3) A, D

(4) Only B

67. All of the following statements are correct about plasmids 67.
except -

Endosperm

S1S3, S 3S4

S 3S4S 4

S1S3, S 3S4

S1S1S3, S4S 4S 3

S 4S4

S3S4S4, S1S 1S 3

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

66.

Embryo

(1)

s DNA U
(2) UU, , mUU DNA U U
CU U U U

(1) they are extrachromosomal DNA


(2) They are smaller, circular, double stranded naked DNA
which confers certain unique phenotype of such bacteria
like resistance to antibiotics

(3)

(3) They are used in genetic engineering


(4) It helps in the replication of nucleoid
68. The eukaryotes do not include -

68.

U U
(4) U U U
UU U U-

(1) Protists

(1) Protists

(2) PPLO

(2) PPLO

(3) Slime moulds

(3) Slime moulds

(4) Both (2) and (3)

(4) Both (2) and (3)

through membrane bound organefles in all except-

A UU hU
mUU Q U U-

(1) Agrobacterium

(1) Agrobacterium

(2) Diatoms

(3) Plants and fungi

(4) Animals

(1) prokaryotic cells

(2) RBC

(3) Mesophyll cell

(4) None

69. There is an extensive compartmentalization of cytoplasm 69.


(2) Diatoms

(3) Plants and fungi


(4) Animals
70. Cell membrane is absent in living(1) prokaryotic cells

(2) RBC

(3) Mesophyll cell

(4) None

71. Fluid nature of membrane is able to explain(1) Cell growth, cell division
(2) Increasing fluidity with increasing temperature
(3) Secretion permeation of various substances a membrane
(4) All

/+1

70.

71.

S U U U U U U(1) hU
(2) U U U U
(3) mUU Z U
(4)

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72. Which of the following is mainly consists of Ca-pectate

72.

A Ca-pectate mUU U-

(1) Middle lamella

(1) Middle lamella

(2) Primay cell wall

(2) Primay cell wall

(3) Secondary cell wall

(3) Secondary cell wall

(4) All

(4) All

73. Ribosomes are found in all except-

73.

U UU U -

(1) Bacteria

(1) Bacteria

(2) Mitochondria and chloroplast

(2) Mitochondria and chloroplast

(3) RER
(4) GB

(3) RER
(4) GB

74. Which of the following is the correct sequence/route of the 74.

d U A U / U-

secretory product(1) ER Vesicles Cis region of GB Trans region of GB

(1) ER Vesicles Cis region of GB Trans region of GB

Vesicle Plasma membrane

Vesicle Plasma membrane

(2) RER GB Lysosome Nuclear membrane Plasma

(2) RER GB Lysosome Nuclear membrane Plasma

membrane

membrane

(3) ER Vesicles Trans region of GB Cis region of GB

(3) ER Vesicles Trans region of GB Cis region of GB

Vesicles Plasma membrane

Vesicles Plasma membrane

(4) Lysosome ER GB Vesicles Cell membrane

(4) Lysosome ER GB Vesicles Cell membrane

75. Which one is the important site of synthesis of glycoprotein 75. glycoprotein glycolipid U S Uand glycolipid(1) GB

(2) RER

(1) GB

(2) RER

(3) Lysosome

(4) None

(3) Lysosome

(4) None

76. Which of the following enzymes is absent in lysosome-

76.

U A U S U U-

(1) Lipase and preoteases

(1) Lipase and preoteases

(2) carbohydrase

(2) carbohydrase

(3) Polymerases

(3) Polymerases
(4) Nuclease

(4) Nuclease
77. Which of the following statement is incorrect(1) Mitochondria, unless specifically stained are not easily
visible under the microscope
(2) Physiological activity of cells determines the number of
mitochondria per cell
(3) Mitochondrion, a power house of cell has DNA, RNA,
ribosomes and enzyme. So it can survive outside the cell
(4) Mitochondria divide by amitosis
78. I. Amyloplasts Store starch e.g. potato

77.

A U(1) CU U mUU U
Mitochondria U
(2) mitochondria mUU U
U
(3) Mitochondrion Q U U, DNA,
RNA, UU U U U U U
UU UU U
(4) Mitochondria mUU U U

78. I. Amyloplasts Store starch e.g. potato

II. Elaioplasts Store oil and fat

II. Elaioplasts Store oil and fat

III. Aleuroplast Store protein

III. Aleuroplast Store protein

The above types of plastids are included under-

UUQ U U-

(1) Leucoplasts
(3) Chloroplast

(1) Leucoplasts
(3) Chloroplast

/+1

(2) Chromoplasts
(4) None

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manufacturing substances needed by cell-

A Z
-

(1) Lysosome, vacuole, ribosome

(1) Lysosome, vacuole, ribosome

(2) Vacuole, RER, SER

(2) Vacuole, RER, SER

(3) Ribosome, RER, SER

(3) Ribosome, RER, SER

(4) RER, Lysosome, vacuole

(4) RER, Lysosome, vacuole

79. Of the following Organelles, which group is involved in 79.

80. Number of nucleolus in a nucleus is-

80.

(1) Only one


(2) Many
(3) Depends on number of SAT - chromosome
(4) One or more
81. For the study of structure of nucleus the best cell is -

81.

(1) Cell in the interphase


(2) Cell in the late prophase
(3) Cell in the divisional phase
(4) Cell in the meiotic phase
82. Cells actively carrying out protein synthesis have-

82.

(1) Smaller and single nucleolus


(2) Smaller and more numerous nucleoli
(3) Large and more numerous nucleoli
(4) Larger and single nucleolus
83.

83. The accompanying diagram shows a chromosome

U(1)
(2)
(3) SAT - U U
(4)
U(1) US
(2) S
(3) S
(4) hU
U M U U(1) UU
(2) U
(3)
(4)
U

A U U M U U-

Which of the following table refers correctly to the


chromosomeNo. of Kinetochore

No. of arms

No. of Kinetochore

No. of arms

(1)

No. of centromere
2

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

No. of centromere

chromosomes first become visible during -

U UU
U U U-

(1) interphase

(1) interphase

(2) The S Phase

(2) The S Phase

(3) Prophase

(3) Prophase

(4) G1

(4) G1

84. When dividing cells are examined und a light microscope, 84.

/+1

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85. The structures that line up the chromosomes on the 85.


equatorial plate during metaphase are called(1) Asters
(2) Polar and Kinetochore microtubules
(3) Centrosomes
(4) Centrioles
86. DNA replication occurs-

86.

(1) Before mitosis and meiosis


(2) Only during mitosis
(3) Only during meiosis
(4) All of these
87. Mature nerve cells are incapable of cell division. These 87.
cells are probably in (1) G1
(3) G2

(2) The S phase


(4) Mitosis

88. The microtubules of the mitotic spindle attach to a 88.


specialized structure in the centromere region of each

U S U U U U
QhU U U, U U(1) SU
(2) UUU
(3) U
(4) U
DNA U U(1) hU U
(2) U
(3) hU U
(4) UUQ
U U U
U U(1) G1
(2) S S
(3) G2
(4)
UU
cU U U U -

chromosome, called the(1) Kinetochore

(2) Nucleosome

(1) Kinetochore

(2) Nucleosome

(3) Equatorial plate

(4) Centrosome

(3) Equatorial plate

(4) Centrosome

89. After the centromeres separate during mitosis the 89.


chromatids now called ......... move toward opposite poles

U UU U U
......... U U U U U U

of the spindle(1) Centrosomes

(2) Kinetochores

(1) Centrosomes

(2) Kinetochores

(3) Half spindles

(4) Daughter chromosomes

(3) Half spindles

(4) Daughter chromosomes

homologous chromosomes occurs during-

UU U U U-

(1) Interphase

(2) Mitotic anaphase

(1) Interphase

(2) Mitotic anaphase

(3) Meiotic anaphase

(4) Anaphase

(3) Meiotic anaphase

(4) Anaphase

90. The exchange of genetic material between chromatids and 90.

91. The total DNA content of each daughter cell is reduced 91.
during meiosis because (1) Chromosomes do not replicate during the interphase
preceding meiosis I
(2) Chromosomes do not replicate between meiosis I and
II
(3) Half of the chromosomes from each gamete are lost
during fertilization
(4) Chromosome arms are lost during crossing over
92. Which of the following phases lasts for more than 95% of 92.
the duration of cell cycle -

hU U DNA U
U (1) hU U US
U U
(2) hU mU U
U
(3) U CU U U
(4)

U CU U U
A S 95%
U-

(1) M-phase

(2) G1 - phase

(1) M-phase

(2) G1 - phase

(3) G2 - phase

(4) lnterphase

(3) G2 - phase

(4) lnterphase

/+1

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93. Crossing is an enzyme-mediated process. The enzyme is - 93.

U U U U U-

(1) DNA ligase

(1) DNA ligase

(2) Recombinase

(2) Recombinase

(3) RNAase

(3) RNAase

(4) DNAase

(4) DNAase

94. Match Column I with Column II-

94.

S I S II U-

Column I

Column II

Column I

Column II

I. Chromosomes are

(A) Pachytene

I.

(A) Pachytene

U U

moved to spindle equator


II. Centromere splits and

II. UU

(B) Zygotene

U U U

(B) Zygotene

hU U U

chromatids apart
III. Pairing between

UUU U

III.

(C)Anaphase

(C)Anaphase

U U

homologous chromosomes
takes place
IV. Crossing between

IV.

(D) Metaphase

(D) Metaphase

U U

homologous chromosomes
I

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

(1) A

(1) A

(2) B

(2) B

(3) D

(3) D

(4) C

(4) C

95.

95.

The above graph shows the change in DNA content during


various phases (A to D) in a typical mitotic cell cycle. Identify
the phasesA

M
S (A to D) U DNA U U
U S U -

(1) G2

G1

(1) G2

G1

(2) G

G2

(2) G

G2

(3) G1

G2

(3) G1

G2

(4) M

G1

G2

(4) M

G1

G2

/+1

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U (In situ)
U M U -

96. To form 16 cells how many times in an intact root cell (In 96. 16
situ) must divide (1) 4

(2) 15

(3) 16

(4) 2

97. Identify the following diagram -

(1) 4
97.

(2) 15

A U -

(3) 16

(4) 2

(1) U (mitosis)

(1) Transition to Metaphase (mitosis)

(2) U (meiosis)

(2) Transition to Metaphase (meiosis)

(3) U

kinetochore(s) and .......... molecules of DNA-

-l (meiosis)
(4) (meiosis)
U U(1) H2O2
(2) UUUU MU
(3) U UU
(4) U SUU
S ......... UU
.......... UU .......... UUU U .......... DNA
U U-

(1) 2, 1,2,2

(2) 2, 2, 2,2

(1) 2, 1,2,2

(2) 2, 2, 2,2

(3) 2, 1, 1, 1

(4) 2, 1,2,1

(3) 2, 1, 1, 1

(4) 2, 1,2,1

(3) Transition to Metaphase-l (meiosis)


(4) Transition to Anaphase (meiosis)
98. Function of peroxisome is (1) H2O2 destruction
(2) conversion of fats to carbohydrates
(3) detoxification of heavy metals
(4) oxidative phosphorylation

98.

99. At metaphase of mitosis, each chromosome consists of 99.


......... chromatid(s) .......... centromere(s) ..........

100. Which of the following statements is true (1) Cell plate represents the middle lamella between the
walls of two adjacents cells
(2) At the time of cytokinesis, organelles like mitochondria
and plastids get distributed between the daughter cells
(3) Cytokinesis in plant cell is centrifugal and takes place
by cell-plate formation while animal cells by furrowing/
cleavage and is centripetal
(4) All

/+1

100. A

U(1) U A
U U
(2) UUU U
U U
(3) U
mUU U U /
mUU U U
(4)

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