The given floral formula describes:
In vexillary aestivation:
1. The standard overlaps the wings
2. The standard overlaps the keel
3. The standard is overlapped by keel
4. The keel overlap the wings
Which of the following would not be a character of Asparagus?
1. Actinomorphic flower
2. Imbricate aestivation
3. Superior ovary
4. Endospermous seed
The cells of which of the following regions of the root are responsible for growth of its length?
1. Root cap
2. Region of meristematic activity
3. Region of elongation
4. Region of maturation
Identify the correct statement regarding the stem morphology from the following:
I. Stems bear only axillary buds.
II. Axillary buds may get modified into thorns as in Citrus
III. Stem tendrils develop from axillary buds as in gourds.
1. Only I and II
2. Only I and III
3. Only II and III
4. I, II and III
The type of placentation show in the given figure is seen in:
3. China rose
The given floral diagram can be of:
2. Atropa belladonna
Match the columns A and B.
a. Marginal placentation (i) Marigold
b. Axile placentation (ii) Dianthus
c. Parietal placentation (iii) Argemone
d. Free central placentation (iv) Chinarose
e. Basal placentation (v) Pea
1.a-v, b-iv, c-iii, d-ii, e-i
2. a-v, b-iii, c-iv, d-i, e-ii
3. a-iV, b-iii, c-V, d-ii, e-i
4. a-i, b-v, c-iv, d-iii, e-ii
An inferior ovary:
1. is situated on the receptacle above the perianth and androecium.
2. is positioned below the sites of attachment for perianth and androecium.
3. forms a hypanthium.
4. is positioned below the receptacle.
The type of aestivation seen in Calotropis is represented by: