Botany Question Answers Practice Test

Medical Entrance Botany Question Answers Practice Test.

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Question 1
Good soil is:        
A
which holds whole of the water that enters into it
B
which allows percolating the water slowly from it
C
which allows water to pass very quickly from it
D
which allows limited amount of water to retain into it
Question 2
Hybrid vigour was discovered by:          
A
Jordon
B
Koelreuter
C
Shull
D
Johanson
Question 3
Major coffee producing state of India is:          
A
Tamil Nadu
B
Kerala
C
Kamataka
D
Andhra Pradesh
Question 4
Sugarcane show high efficiency of CO2 fixation because of:        
A
Calvin cycle
B
Hatch and Slack cycle
C
TCA cycle
D
greater sunlight
Question 5
Respiratory quotient (R.Q.) during early stages of germination of castor seed is:          
A
zero
B
one
C
less than one
D
more than one
Question 6
Hybridoma technology is used to:      
A
kill the cancer cells
B
formation of somaclonal antibodies
C
formation of somatic hybrids
D
formation of antibiotics
Question 7
Which of the following pair is a sedimentary type of biogeochemical cycle?      
A
Oxygen and nitrogen
B
Phosphorus and sulphur
C
Phosphorus and nitrogen
D
Phosphorus and carbon dioxide
Question 8
Male cone of Pmus possesses:          
A
mega sporophylls
B
microsporophyUs
C
anthers
D
ligules
Question 9
The endosperm of Pinus is:          
A
haploid
B
diploid
C
triploid
D
polyploidy
Question 10
A metal ion involved in stomatal regulation is:          
A
iron
B
potassium
C
zinc
D
magnesium
Question 11
A fruit developed from a condensed inflorescence is:        
A
simple fruit
B
aggregate fruit
C
composite fruit
D
etaerio
Question 12
During light reaction of photosynthesis which of the following phenomenon is observed during cyclic phosphorylation as well as non- cyclic phosphorylation:    
A
release of 02
B
formation of ATP
C
formation of NADPH
D
involvement of PS-I and PS-Il
Question 13
epipetalous and syngenesious stamens occur in:        
A
Solanaceae
B
Brassicaceae
C
Fabaceae
D
Asteraceae
Question 14
Largest number of chloroplast is found in:      
A
palisade tissue
B
spongy tissue
C
transfusion tissue
D
bundle sheath cells
Question 15
Terminal cytochrome of respiratory chain which donates electrons to oxygen is:        
A
cytochrome b
B
cytochrome c
C
cytochrome a1
D
cytochrome a3
Question 16
The pesticide used as preventive measure in buildings is:          
A
aldrin
B
dieldrin
C
endrin
D
DDT
Question 17
Jumping genes in maize were discovered by:          
A
Hugo de Vries
B
T.H. Morgan
C
Barbara McClintock
D
Mendel
Question 18
Gene therapy involves in:      
A
introducing of a normal genes in cell
B
eliminating defective and useless genes
C
treating of defective genes with radiations
D
replacement of defective genes by normal ones
Question 19
The organism, used for alcohol fermentation, is:          
A
Pseudomonas
B
Penidilium
C
Aspergillus
D
Socchoromyces
Question 20
Which of the following plant yields oil and fibre both?        
A
Cocos nucifera
B
Eucalyptus
C
Brassica campestris
D
Euphorbia hirta
Question 21
e -DNA is formed from m-RNA by which enzyme:        
A
restriction endonuclease
B
reverse transcriptase
C
DNA polymerase
D
RNA polymerase
Question 22
Dikaryon formation is characteristic of:      
A
ascomycetes and basidiomycetes
B
phycomycetes and basidiomycetes
C
ascomycetes and phycomycetes
D
phycomycetes and zygomycetes
Question 23
Spore in Funaria, on germination gives:        
A
protonema
B
archegonia
C
antheridia
D
vegetative body
Question 24
Grassland with scattered trees is:      
A
savanna
B
deciduous forest
C
evergreen forest
D
tropical rain forest
Question 25
Energy currency (reservoir) of the cells is:          
A
AMP
B
ATP
C
RNA
D
DNA
Question 26
The food chain starts from:          
A
consumer
B
producer
C
decomposer
D
nitrogen fixation
Question 27
Which of the following maintain the constant number of chromosomes generation after generation?        
A
Meiosis
B
Endomitosis
C
Mitosis
D
Amitosis
Question 28
Pollination occuring from one flower to another of same plant is:          
A
autogamy
B
allogamy
C
geitenogamy
D
none of these
Question 29
Diadelphous stamens are the characteristic features of:          
A
Ranunculaceae
B
Fab ace ae
C
Poaceae
D
Malvaceae
Question 30
 A protein rich green alga is:        
A
Chlorella
B
Spirulina
C
Spirogyra
D
Ulothrix
Question 31
Hydrophytes are characterised by:      
A
thick and large leaf
B
delicate and mucilagenous stem
C
short spinous stem
D
all of the above
Question 32
Which organism was used by Beadle and Tatum to proposed one gene-one enzyme hypothesis?          
A
E. coil
B
Nostoc
C
Drosophila
D
Neurospora
Question 33
Streptomycin was isolated first time by:          
A
Hemming
B
Robert Koch
C
N. Borlaug
D
S. Waksman
Question 34
The s-phase of cell cycle is characterized by:        
A
duplication of chromosome
B
shotening of chromosome
C
duplication of DNA
D
duplicatin of centriole
Question 35
ABA is involved in:        
A
root elongation
B
shoot elongation
C
dormancy of seeds
D
increased cell division
Question 36
Humulin is a:          
A
form of chitin
B
human insulin
C
digestive enzyme
D
antibiotics
Question 37
Heterosis is also called:          
A
mutation
B
variation
C
hybrid vigour
D
hybrid sterility
Question 38
The ecosystem of pond is referred as:          
A
lotic
B
lentic
C
xeric
D
benthic
Question 39
P-proteins belong to:        
A
xylem parenchyma
B
trichomes
C
sieve tube elements
D
tracheids and vessels
Question 40
The wall of bacteria is consists of:        
A
N-acetyl glucosamine
B
N-acetyl muramic acid
C
both (a) and (b)
D
cellulose
Question 41
Photosynthetic bacteria have:      
A
pigment system I (only one pigment system)
B
pigment system II
C
both (a) and (b)
D
some other type
Question 42
Tetradynamous stamens are found in family:        
A
Malvaceae
B
Solanaceae
C
Cruciferae
D
Liliaceae
Question 43
Pratonema is found in the life cycle of:          
A
Spirogyra
B
Rhizopus
C
Escherichia
D
Funaria
Question 44
Plasmids are:      
A
nucleoid
B
new type nurcoorganism
C
linear chromosome
D
extra chromosomal circular material
Question 45
 Humus is:      
A
dead and shady organic matter
B
living organic and inorganic things
C
accumulation of radioactive materials
D
none of the above
Question 46
CO2 acceptor in CAM plants is in:        
A
mesophyll cells
B
bundle sheath
C
both
D
none of the above
Question 47
Fruits are formed in          
A
Brassica
B
Fern
C
Cycas
D
Funaria
Question 48
The organelles, those take part in photorespiration are:        
A
chioroplast and mitochondria
B
cloroplast, mitochondria and peroxisome
C
mitochondria and peroxisome
D
mitochondria only
Question 49
DNA chromosome replication takes place during:          
A
G1-phase
B
G2-phase
C
S-phase
D
Prophase
Question 50
First natural cytokinin was discovered by:      
A
Skoog and Miller
B
Letham
C
Benson and Calvin
D
Thimann and Went
Question 51
The formation of embryo without fusion of gametes is termed as:          
A
apospory
B
isogamy
C
apogamy
D
syngamy
Question 52
Which is synthesized In phase ?          
A
DNA polymerase
B
Histones
C
Nucleolar DNA
D
Tubulin protein
Question 53
The principal cereal crop of India/Asia is:        
A
Sorghum
B
barley
C
wheat
D
rice
Question 54
Starch is insoluble in water, yet it is accumulated in large quantities in potato tuber because:      
A
it is useful for storage
B
tubers respire slowly
C
starch is synthesized in tubers
D
translocated sucrose is polymerized here
Question 55
Removal of top fertile soil by wind or water is:          
A
Siltation
B
Soil erosion
C
Weathering of soil
D
Leaching
Question 56
Photosynthetic unit is:          
A
glyoxysome
B
spherosome
C
microsome
D
quantasome
Question 57
Living in same habitat organisms of same species from          
A
biosphere
B
community
C
population
D
niche
Question 58
Cheese and yogurt are the products of:          
A
dehydration
B
fermentation
C
pasteurization
D
distillation
Question 59
The circinate vernation is the characteristic feature of ferns. It refers to      
A
coiling of young leaves
B
arrangement of leaves on stem
C
attachment of son on leaves
D
heterophilly
Question 60
Insect resistance transgenic cotton has been produced by inserting a piece of DNA from:        
A
an insect
B
a bacterium
C
a wild relative of cotton
D
a virus
Question 61
The vaccine of Hepatitis-B is a:      
A
first generation vaccine
B
interferon
C
second generation vaccine
D
third generation vaccine
Question 62
Thigmotrophic movement is best shown by:      
A
movement in roots
B
insectivorous plants
C
movement in tendril
D
movement in Mimosa pudica
Question 63
Cell membrane is made up of:        
A
protein
B
cellulose
C
lipids,
D
lipids carbohydrates and protein
Question 64
Mutation is more common when it is present in:      
A
dominant condition
B
recessive condition
C
constant in population
D
none of the above
Question 65
Which of the following fungi is found useful in the biological control of plant disease?        
A
Penicillium notatum
B
Phytophthora parasitica
C
Mucor mucido
D
Trichoderma uiridae
Question 66
Non-coding sequences of DNA are:          
A
exon
B
intron
C
rhizoids
D
cistron
Question 67
The 10% energy transfer law of food chain was given by:          
A
Stanley
B
Tansley
C
Lindemann
D
Weismann
Question 68
Aleuron layer is found in:          
A
embryo
B
nuceltus
C
endosperm
D
endodermis
Question 69
A student wanrs to study metaphasic behavior of chromosomes in a living cell. The technique most suitable Is:      
A
phase contrast microscope
B
x-ray microscope
C
cell fractionation
D
scanning electron microscope
Question 70
Mutations which alter nudeotide sequence within a gene are:      
A
frame shift mutations
B
base pair substitutions
C
both ‘a’ and ‘b’
D
none of these
Question 71
The ‘power house’ of cell is:          
A
nucleus
B
golgi body
C
mitochondria
D
chloroplast
Question 72
Which cell organelle is covered by only one unit membrane?          
A
Nucleus
B
Plastids
C
Mitochondria
D
Lysosome
Question 73
A pigment which absorbs red and far red light is:          
A
carotene
B
xanthophyll
C
phytochrome
D
cytochrome
Question 74
Principle protein of cillia and flagella is:        
A
globulin
B
fibrin
C
flagellin
D
tubulin
Question 75
The term ‘ecosystems was coined by:        
A
E.P. Odum
B
AG. Tansley
C
Carl Mobious
D
W. Clementus
Question 76
Mark the correct sequence of layers found in root anatomy:        
A
Epiblema, cortex, endodermis, pericycle
B
Cortex, epiblema, pericycle, endodermis
C
Epiblema, cortex, perkycle, endodermis
D
Cortex, epiblema, endodermis, epidermis
Question 77
Heterosis’ is related to:        
A
cloning
B
selection
C
hybridization
D
introduction
Question 78
The first step in dark reaction of photosynthesis is:        
A
formation of ATP
B
ionization of water
C
attachment of CO2 to a pentose sugar
D
excitement of electron of chlorophyll by a photon of light
Question 79
Longitudinal duality of each chromosome of a homologous pair becomes clearly evident showing formation of four chromatids from each biva lent at;        
A
diplotene
B
zygotene
C
pachytene
D
diakinesis
Question 80
Cotton belongs to family:          
A
Solanaceae
B
Cucurbitaceae
C
Leguminoseae
D
Malvaceae
Question 81
Active transport occurs:        
A
against concentration gradient and requires ATP
B
against concentration gradient and does not require ATP
C
along concentration gradient but require ATP
D
along concentration gradient but does not require ATP
Question 82
In DNA, which is absent ?          
A
Adenine
B
Guanine
C
Uracil
D
Cytosine
Question 83
From which part of Cocos nucifera, coir is obtained:          
A
Endocarp
B
Mesocarp
C
Epicarp
D
Any part of fruit
Question 84
Two or more species occupying same or ovarlapping areas are:          
A
sympatric
B
sibling
C
sub species
D
allopatric
Question 85
Kohler and Milstein developed biotechnology for:      
A
monoclonal antibodies
B
steroid synthesis
C
immobilization of enzymes
D
myeloma
Question 86
Genetically engineered human insulin is called:          
A
humulin
B
haematin
C
hybridoma
D
hybrid
Question 87
Tetradynamous stamens are found in:        
A
Chrysanthemum
B
Zinnia
C
Poppy
D
Brassica
Question 88
Which of the following is not a pollutant?      
A
Hydrogen
B
Carbon dioxide
C
Sulphur dioxide
D
Carbon monoxide
Question 89
By anaerobic process, the cow dung is used to produce:        
A
methane
B
butane
C
ethane
D
propane
Question 90
Outgrowth developing along with hilum of the seed is:        
A
Plumule
B
Radicle
C
Strophiole
D
Perisperm
Question 91
 Prothallus of fern has:      
A
antheridia and archegonia on lower surface
B
antheridia and archegonia on upper surface
C
antheridia on upper surface and archegonia on lower
D
antheridia on lower surface and archegonia on upper surface
Question 92
If centromere is the middle, the chromosome is called:        
A
sub-metacentric
B
metacentric
C
acentric
D
telocentric
Question 93
The two great industrial tragedies namely MIC and Charnobyl respectively occurred where and at which time:      
A
Bhopal 1980, Ukrain 1990
B
Bhopal 1986, Ukrain 1988
C
Bhopal 1984, Ukrain 1986
D
Bhopal 1986, Russia 1988
Question 94
Divisions characteristic of korper-kappe theory are:          
A
anticlinal
B
T-type
C
periclinal
D
irregular
Question 95
The number of hydrogen bonds between adenine and thymine in DNA molecule are:        
A
two
B
three
C
four
D
eight
Question 96
Terpentine is obtained from:      
A
flowers of angiosperms
B
wood of gymnosperms
C
pteridophytes
D
bacteria
Question 97
 C4 plants, synthesis of sugars/final CO2 fixation occurs in      
A
palisade cells
B
spongy cells
C
undifferentiated mesophyll cells
D
bundle sheath cells
Question 98
Capitulum inflorescence is found in:        
A
Compositae (Asteraceae)
B
Cruciferae (Brassicaceae)
C
Solanaceae
D
Malvaceae
Question 99
The chemical compounds produced by the host plants to protect themselves, against fungal’ infection is:        
A
phytotoxin
B
pathogen
C
phytoalexins
D
hormone
Question 100
The witches broom of legume is caused by:        
A
virus
B
bacteria
C
fungus
D
mycoplasma
Question 101
Pinus seed is originated in          
A
capsule
B
microsporophyll
C
microsporangia
D
megasporophyll
Question 102
Rarely among angiosperms the pollen grains influenced the endosperm. This is called as:      
A
Metaxenia
B
Nemec phenomenon
C
Xenia
D
Mesogamy
Question 103
Which of the following micro-organism is used for conversion of milk into curd ?        
A
Xanthomonas citri
B
Bacillus megatherium
C
Acefobacter aceti
D
None of the above
Question 104
White rust disease is caused by:          
A
Claviceps
B
Alternoria
C
Phytophthora
D
Albugo Candida
Question 105
Conjugation occurs in:          
A
Funaria
B
Spirogyra
C
Oryza
D
Selagiriella
Question 106
Inn itiation codon is;          
A
AUG
B
UUU
C
UAG
D
AAG
Question 107
Which of the following constitute about 10-20% of total circular RNA?        
A
m-RNA
B
r -RNA
C
t-RNA
D
hn -RNA
Question 108
Which enzyme Is most specific?        
A
Trypsin
B
Pepsin
C
Sucrase
D
Nuclease
Question 109
Chloroplasts, with pyrenoid like structures are found in the leaves of:          
A
Funaria
B
Cycos
C
Selaginella
D
Zea mays
Question 110
Chiasmata are most appropriately observed in meiosis during;          
A
diakinesis
B
diplotene
C
metaphase II
D
pachytene
Question 111
Human immuno defidency virus causes:    
A
Acquired immuno deficiency syndrome
B
Anthrax
C
Tuberculosis
D
Polio
Question 112
Growth rings are formed due to activity of:      
A
extrastelar cambium
B
intrastelar cambium
C
interstelar cambium
D
both ‘b’ and ‘c’
Question 113
As a tree grows older, which of the following increases more rapidly in thickness        
A
phloem
B
cortex
C
heart wood
D
sap wood
Question 114
The substrate for photorespiration is:          
A
glycolate
B
acetyl Co-A
C
pyruvic acid
D
glucose
Question 115
Energy enters in ecosystem through:          
A
herbivores
B
carnivores
C
producers
D
decomposers
Question 116
Pneumatophores are meant for:          
A
respiration
B
anchorage
C
protection
D
nutrition
Question 117
The function of rough endoplasmic reticulum is synthesis of:        
A
fat
B
lipid
C
protein
D
steroid
Question 118
The process of mating of individuals, which are more closely related then the average of the population to which they belong, is called?        
A
Inbreeding
B
Hybridization
C
Heterosis
D
Self breeding
Question 119
Normally DNA molecule has A-T, G-C pairing. However, these bases can exist in alternative valency status, owing to rearrangement called?      
A
Point mutation
B
Analog substitution
C
Frame shift mutation
D
Tautomerisational mutation
Question 120
Phytochrome occurs in two forms. In which form it promotes the germination of seeds of some species?          
A
Pfr forms
B
Pr forms
C
Both forms
D
None of these
Question 121
Parachute mechanism of seed dispersal occurs in:        
A
cotton
B
sunflower
C
Physalia
D
Calotropis
Question 122
 Gymnosperms are called naked seed plants because these lack:        
A
cotyledon
B
endosperm
C
ovary wall
D
testa
Question 123
Major role of minor elements inside living organisms is to act as:      
A
binder of cell structure
B
constituent of hormone
C
building blocks of important amino acids
D
cofactor of enzymes
Question 124
In the sporogonium of which plant, columella is present ?        
A
Penicillium
B
Spiro gyra
C
Rhizopus
D
Ulothrlx
Question 125
Genes are responsible for the growth and differentiation in an organism through regulation of:      
A
translocation
B
transformation
C
transduction and translation
D
translation and transcription
Question 126
Which of the following plant virus has DNA is it?        
A
Tobacco mosaic virus
B
Tomato mosaic virus
C
Potato mosaic virus
D
Cauliflower mosaic virus
Question 127
Which of the following Is not a co-enzyme?          
A
NAD
B
NADP
C
FAD
D
ATP
Question 128
Phytotron is:      
A
a controlled condition chamber for tissue
B
leaf culture process
C
special culture of plants
D
root culture process
Question 129
Quiscent centre is present in          
A
root apex
B
shoot apex
C
parenchyma
D
collenchymas
Question 130
Plant cell is differ from animal cell because of:        
A
the presence of cell wall and absence of chlorophyll in plant cell
B
the presence of cell wall and chlorophyll in plant cell
C
the absence of cell wall and presence of chloroplast in animal cell
D
the absence of cell wall and presence of chlorophyll in plant cell
Question 131
Phragmoplast is the precursor of:          
A
cell plate
B
chloroplast
C
chromoplast
D
colourless plastid
Question 132
The abundance of a species population, with in its habitat is called          
A
niche density
B
absolute density
C
relative density
D
regional density
Question 133
The latest trend in plant disease control is:      
A
chemical control
B
biological control
C
use of fertilizers
D
use of disease resistant varieties
Question 134
Nitrates are converted into nitrogen by:      
A
denitrifying bacteria
B
nitrogen fixing bacteria
C
carbon fixing bacteria
D
none of the above
Question 135
Yeast is used in the production of:          
A
acetic acid
B
citric acid
C
ethyl alcohol
D
curd
Question 136
Most effective wavelength of light for photosynthesis is:        
A
green
B
green
C
red
D
yellow
Question 137
In plants, peroxisomes are associated with:        
A
phototropism
B
photoperiodism
C
photosynthesis
D
Photorespiratlon
Question 138
Which statement is incorrect?      
A
Plant viruses contain RNA
B
Animal viruses contain DNA
C
T4 contains double strand DNA
D
TMV contains double stranded RNA
Question 139
Dicotyledonous leaf showing parallel venation belongs to the genus:          
A
Pisum
B
Lot hyrus
C
Physolia
D
Colotropis
Question 140
In India highest amount of coal is present in:          
A
West Bengal
B
Maharastra
C
Jharkhand
D
Assam,
Question 141
When a tall plant with rounded seeds (TTRR) is crossed with a dwarf plant with wrinkled seeds (ttrr), the F1 generation consists of tall plants with rounded seeds. How many types of gametes an F1 plant would produce ?        
A
One
B
Three
C
Four
D
Eight
Question 142
Cook cambium and vascular cambium are:      
A
parts of secondary xylem and phloem
B
parts of pericycle
C
lateral meristems
D
apical meristems
Question 143
Haustorial root is present in          
A
Zea mays
B
Cactus
C
Cuscuta
D
Orchid
Question 144
The chloroplast of algae usually lack:          
A
grana
B
pigments
C
lamellae
D
quantasome
Question 145
Opium is obtained, from:  
A
Oryzosativa
B
Coffea arabica
C
Thea sinensis
D
Popover somrnferum
Question 146
A thin film of water is held by the soil particles under the influence of internal attractive force it is called:          
A
capillary water
B
combined water
C
hygroscopic water
D
gravitational water
Question 147
The periderm includes:          
A
cork
B
cambium
C
secondary cortex
D
all of the above
Question 148
The nuclease enzyme, which begins its attack from free end of a polynucleotide, is?        
A
Exonuclease
B
Kinase
C
Polymerase
D
Endonuclease
Question 149
An open collateral bundle is one in which:        
A
xylem and phloem are seprated by cambium
B
xylem and phloem lie side by side
C
cambium occurs on the outside of bundle
D
cambium does not occur in the bundle
Question 150
Which of the following tissue helps in the flow of water in vascular plant?          
A
Xylem
B
Phloem
C
Cambium
D
Sieve tube cell
Question 151
Maximum transpiration occurs in:          
A
algal cells
B
xerophytic plants
C
mesophytic plants
D
hydrophytic plants
Question 152
The plant ash is an indication of:      
A
organic matter of plant
B
waste product
C
mineral salts absorbed by plants
D
none of these
Question 153
A bryophyte which harbours a nitrogen fixing blue-green alga in its thallus is          
A
Pogonatum
B
Riccia
C
Marchantia
D
Anthoceros
Question 154
Mosses are attached to substratum by:          
A
roots
B
capsule
C
rhizoids
D
cistron
Question 155
In which of the following stages the chromosomes appear thin, long and thread like?        
A
Zygotene
B
Pachytene
C
Leptotene
D
Diakinesis
Question 156
Dendrochronology is the study of:      
A
height of a tree
B
diameter of a tree
C
age of the tree by counting the number of annual rings in the main stem
D
none of the above
Question 157
Which of the following plant kingdom, is called amphibians?          
A
Bryophyta
B
Trachaeophyta
C
Pteridophyta
D
Thallophyta
Question 158
Agar-agar commonly used in bacterial cultures and medication is obtained from          
A
Sargassum
B
Gelidium
C
Ulothrix
D
Ulvo
Question 159
 In case of C4 plants the acceptor of CO2 is:        
A
Phosphoglyceraldehyde
B
Ribulose monophosphate
C
Phosphoenol pyruvate
D
Ribulose diphosphate
Question 160
Which hormone is responsible for mobilization of storage food during seed germination?        
A
Auxin
B
Gibberellin
C
Cytokinin
D
Ethylene
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