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Morphology of flowering plants MCQ - Multiple Choice Question and Answer

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Question No : 1
The primary roots and its branches constitute the

fibrous root system.
tap root system.
adventitious root system.
all of the above

Question No : 2
Roots develop from parts of the plant other than radicle are called

tap roots
fibrous roots
adventitious roots
nodular roots

Question No : 3
Fibrous root system is found in

monocotyledonous plants.
dicotyledonous plants.
bryophytes.
gymnosperms.

Question No : 4
Root hairs develop from

region of maturation
region of elongation
region of meristematic activity
root cap

Question No : 5
The part of the root which is most active in water absorption is called

root cap
maturation zone
meristematic zone
zone of elongation

Question No : 6
Fibrous roots develop in maize from

upper nodes
lower nodes
upper internodes
none of these

Question No : 7
Pneumatophores are found in

the vegetation which is found in marshy and saline lake.
the vegetation which found in saline soil.
xerophytic condition.
hydrophytic condition.