The floral formula   is that of

(1) tulip

(2) soybean

(3) sunn hemp

(4) tobacco

Subtopic:  Families of Flowering Plant: II | Families of Flowering Plant |
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Vegetative propagation in mint occurs by

(1) runner

(2) offset

(3) rhizome

(4) sucker

Subtopic:  Morphology of Stems | Aerial Stem Modification |
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Cotyledons and testa are edible parts of

(1) groundnut and pomegranate

(2) walnut and tamarind

(3) french bean and coconut

(4) cashew nut and litchi

Subtopic:  Seed |
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A fruit developed from hypanthodium inflorescence is called

(1) hesperidium

(2) sorosis 

(3) syconus 

(4) caryopsis

Subtopic:  Fruits & their Types |
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An example of a seed with endosperm, perisperm and caruncle is

(1) cotton

(2) coffee

(3) lily

Subtopic:  Seed |
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The fleshy receptacle of synconous of fig encloses a number of

(1) achenes

(2) samaras

(3) berries

(4) mericarps

Subtopic:  Fruits & their Types |
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The length of different internodes in a culm of sugarcane is variable because of

1. shoot apical meristem

2. position of axillary buds

3. size of leaf lamina at the node below each internode

4. intercalary meristem

 

Subtopic:  Morphology of Stems |
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Replum is present in the ovary of flower of

(1) lemon

(2) mustard

(3) sunflower

(4) pea

Subtopic:  Parts of Flower: III | Flower & Parts of Flower |
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The fruit is chambered, developed from inferior ovary and has seeds with succulent testa in

(1) pomegranate

(2) orange

(3) guava

(4) cucumber

Subtopic:  Fruits & their Types |
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Pineapple (annanas) fruit develops from:

(1) a unilocular polycarpillary flower

(2) a multipistillate syncarpous flower

(3) a cluster of compactly borne flowers on a common axis

(4) a multilocular monocarpillary flower

Subtopic:  Fruits & their Types |
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