For the induction of flowering, some plants require a

(1) Periodic exposure to light

(2) Continuous exposure to light

(3) No exposure to light

(4) No exposure to night

Subtopic:  Photoperiodism (OLD NCERT) |
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If a plant needs exposure of light more than a well defined critical period for flowering, it would be called as-

(1) Long day plants

(2) Short day plants

(3) Day neutral plants

(4) Red light plants

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When there is no such relation between exposure to light duration and induction of flowering response such plants are called

(1) Long day plants

(2) Short day plants

(3) Day neutral plants

(4) Far red light plants

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Which of the following is not true for flowering?

1. Only duration of dark period is important

2. Certain plants depend not only on a combination of light and dark exposures but also their relative durations

3. The site of perception for light or dark duration are the leaves

4. There is a hormonal substance which migrates from leaves to shoot apices for inducing flowering only when the plants are exposed to the necessary inductive photoperiod.

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Flowering can be affected in certain plants

(1) by quantitative exposure to low temperature

(2) by qualitative exposure to low temperature

(3) Both A and B

(4) It does not depend on low temperature exposure

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Vernalisation prevents

(1) Precocious reproductive development late in growing season

(2) Late reproductive development

(3) Flowering

(4) Fruiting

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Vernalisation

(1) Disables the plant to have fruits

(2) Enables the plants to have fruits

(3) Enables the plants to have sufficient time to reach maturity

(4) Brings senescence

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Vernalisation refers to

(1) The promotion of flowering by a period of high temperature

(2) The inhibition of flowering by a period of low temperature

(3) The promotion of flowering by a period of low temperature

(4) The inhibition of flowering by a period of high temperature

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Which of the following does not has two kinds of varieties?

(1) Wheat

(2) Radish

(3) Barley

(4) Rye

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The spring varieties are normally planted in…...and come to flower and produce grain……

(1) Autumn season, after the end of growing season

(2) Spring season, at the end of growing season

(3) Spring season, before the end of growing season

(4) Autumn season, at the end of growing season

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