Leaves are modified into tendrils in:

(a) Parkinsonia      (b) Pea                  (c) Ranunculus      (d) Oxalis

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Cymose inflorescence is identified by:
(a) Basipetal arrangement of flowers on the main axis (peduncle)
(b) The limited growth of the main axis as main axis terminates in a flower
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Presence of sessile flower

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Which of the following is an incorrect match?
(a) Perigynous flower - Plum, rose and peach
(b) Monadelphous - Pea
(c) Epigynous flower - Guava, cucumber, and ray florets of sunflower
(d) Polyadelphous - Citrus

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Match the Column-I with Column-II:

Column-I (Aestivation in Corolla)

Column-II (Examples)

A.   Valvate

I.            China rose, Lady’s finger, cotton

B.   Twisted

II.         Calotropis

C.   Imbricate

III.       Cassia, Gulmohur

D.   Vexillary (papillonaceous)

IV.        Pea, Beans

(a) A - II, B - I, C - III, D - IV             (b) A - II, B - I, C - IV, D - III

(c) A - I, B - II, C - III, D - IV              (d) A - II, B - IV, C - I, D - III

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Identify the types of aestivation shown in the following diagram:

(a) A - Valvate, B - Twisted, C - Imbricate, D - Vexillary
(b) A - Vexillary, B - Valvate, C - Twisted, D - Imbricate
(c) A - Imbricate, B - Vexillary, C - Valvate, D - Twisted
(d) A - Twisted, B - Imbricate, C - Vexillary, D - Valvate

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Match the following figures with I, II and III:
I. Hypogynous flower II. Perigynous flower III. Epigynous flower

(a) A - I, B - II, C - III (b) A - I, B - III, C - II
(c) A - III, B - II, C - I (d) A - III, B - I, C - II

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Match the Column-I and Column-II with Column-III:
     Column-I                           Column-II                           Column-III
A. Marginal                         I.                              1. Sunflower,Marigold
B. Axile                              II.                            2. Dianthus, Primrose
C. Parietal                          III.                           3. Mustard,Argemone
D. Free Central                   IV.                              4. Chinarose, Tomato, Lemon
E. Basal                              V.                            5. Pea
(a) A - V, 5; B - II, 4; C - I, 3; D - III, 2; E - IV, 1
(b) A - I, 5; B - II, 4; C - III, 3; D - IV, 2; E - V, 1
(c) A - V, 1; B - II, 4; C - I, 2; D - III, 3; E - IV, 5
(d) A - V, 1; B - III, 2; C - II, 4; D - I, 5; E - IV, 3

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Identify A and B leaves:


(a) A - Pinnately compound leaf, B - Palmately compound leaf
(b) A - Palmately compound leaf, B - Pinnately compound leaf
(c) A - Pinnately compound leaf, B - Pinnately compound leaf
(d) A - Palmately compound leaf, B - Palmately compound leaf

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In marginal placentation, the ovules are arranged:
(a) Along the inner wall of the carpel in a syncarpous ovary
(b) Along the margin of single carpel
(c) In the middle of the ovary
(d) To the base of the ovary

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The seed coat has 2 layers, the outer _____________ and inner _____________. The _____________ is a scar on the seed coat through which the developing seeds are attached to the fruit. Above the ____________ is a small pore called the __________:
(a) Testa, tegmen, hilum, hilum, micropyle
(b) Tegmen, testa, hilum, hilum, micropyle
(c) Testa, tegmen, micropyle, micropyle, hilum
(d) Tegmen, testa, micropyle, micropyle, hilum

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