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Grade 6

The Flower | Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Question 1

Q1) Put a tick mark against the correct alternative in the following statements:

(a) In a germinating seed, the roots develop from:

  1. Radicle

  2. Plumule

  3. Tegmen

  4. Hilum

(b) in a germinating seed, the shoot develops from:

  1. Radicle

  2. Plumule

  3. Tegmen

  4. Hilum

(c) which one of the following is a monocotyledonous seed?

  1. Bean

  2. Pea

  3. Maize

  4. Gram

(d) if the cotyledons are pushed above the soil, then such type of germination is called:

  1. Hypogea

  2. Epigeal

  3. Perigeal

  4. Progeal

(e) if the cotyledons remain under the soil, then such seeds type of germination is called:

  1. Hypogea

  2. Epigeal

  3. Perigeal

  4. Progeal

(f) pollen is produced in the _______________________________________

  1. Filament

  2. Style

  3. Pistol

  4. Anther

(g) reproductive whorls of a flower are _______________________________________:

  1. Stamens and carpels

  2. Sepals and petals

  3. Sepals and stamens

  4. Petals and carpels

PQ. vegetative propagation is not observed in _______________________________________:

  1. Potato

  2. Tomato

  3. Pea

  4. Bean

(h) which one of the following is a false fruit?___

  1. Tomato

  2. Apple

  3. Potato

  4. Pea

(i) in seed, food is generally stored in _______________________________________

  1. Radicle

  2. Pumule

  3. Fruit

  4. Cotyledons of endosperms

Solution:

(a) 1. Radicle

(b) 2. Plumule

(c) 3. Maize

(d) 1. Epigeal

(e) 2. Hypogeal

(f) 4. Anther

(g) 1. Stamens and carpels

PQ. 2. Tomato

(h) 2. Apple

(i) 4. Catyledons or endosperms

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Question 1

Q1) Put a tick mark against the correct alternative in the following statements:

(a) In a germinating seed, the roots develop from:

  1. Radicle

  2. Plumule

  3. Tegmen

  4. Hilum

(b) in a germinating seed, the shoot develops from:

  1. Radicle

  2. Plumule

  3. Tegmen

  4. Hilum

(c) which one of the following is a monocotyledonous seed?

  1. Bean

  2. Pea

  3. Maize

  4. Gram

(d) if the cotyledons are pushed above the soil, then such type of germination is called:

  1. Hypogea

  2. Epigeal

  3. Perigeal

  4. Progeal

(e) if the cotyledons remain under the soil, then such seeds type of germination is called:

  1. Hypogea

  2. Epigeal

  3. Perigeal

  4. Progeal

(f) pollen is produced in the _______________________________________

  1. Filament

  2. Style

  3. Pistol

  4. Anther

(g) reproductive whorls of a flower are _______________________________________:

  1. Stamens and carpels

  2. Sepals and petals

  3. Sepals and stamens

  4. Petals and carpels

PQ. vegetative propagation is not observed in _______________________________________:

  1. Potato

  2. Tomato

  3. Pea

  4. Bean

(h) which one of the following is a false fruit?___

  1. Tomato

  2. Apple

  3. Potato

  4. Pea

(i) in seed, food is generally stored in _______________________________________

  1. Radicle

  2. Pumule

  3. Fruit

  4. Cotyledons of endosperms

Solution:

(a) 1. Radicle

(b) 2. Plumule

(c) 3. Maize

(d) 1. Epigeal

(e) 2. Hypogeal

(f) 4. Anther

(g) 1. Stamens and carpels

PQ. 2. Tomato

(h) 2. Apple

(i) 4. Catyledons or endosperms

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