How many of the following are common between monocot and dicot root?
(Vascular bundles, pericycle, endodermis, pith, cortex, epidermis)
Which of the following is not possible in monocot root?
1. primary growth
2. secondary growth
3. lateral meristem
4. Both 2. and 3.
Casparian strips and passage cells are well developed in
1. monocot roots
2. dicot roots
3. monocot stem
4. Dicot stem
Trichomes are present on
1. epidermis of Dicot stem
2. epidermis of Dicot root
3. epidermis of monocot stem
4. epidermis of monocot root
The cortex of dicot stem has been divided into
1. hypodermis, General cortex, Endodermis
2. hypodermis, General cortex, pericycle
3. hypodermis, General cortex, Endodermis, pericycle
4. hypodermis, General cortex, Endodermis, pericycle and pith
In dicot stem hypodermis is made up of___________cells while general cortex is made up of_______________.
The innermost layer of the cortex is called as
Which of the following is referred to as the ‘starch sheath’
(4) None of these
In between the vascular bundles, radially placed parenchymatous cells constitute
(4) cortical rays
The Ring arrangement of vascular bundle is characteristic of
(1)Dicot stem and dicot root
(2)Dicot root and monocot root
(3) dicot stem and monocot stem
(4) dicot stem only