The types of inflorescence are - Racemose and Cymose.

What is the basis of such classification?

1. The growth of pedicel

2. The growth of thalamus

3. The growth of main axis

4. The growth of leaves

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If the main axis continues to grow, such inflorescence is called as

(1) Racemose

(2) Cymose

(3) Solitary

(4) Hypanthodium

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Which of the following does not match with Racemose inflorescence?

(1) Flowers are borne in acropetal succession

(2) Flowers are borne laterally

(3) The main axis continues to grow

(4) The main axis shows limited growth

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Which of the following is a characteristic of cymose inflorescence?

(1) Flowers are borne in acropetal succession

(2) Flowers are borne laterally

(3) The main axis continues to grow

(4) The main axis shows limited growth

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The reproductive unit of angiosperms is

(1) Flower

(2) Leaf

(3) Both A and B

(4) Root

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The swollen end of stalk or…….of a flower is called thalamus or…….

(1) Peduncle, Bract

(2) Pedicel, receptacle

(3) Thalamus,Bractiole

(4) Peduncle, receptacle

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Which of the following is not a typical whorl of flower?

(1) Androecium

(2) Gynoecium

(3) Corolla

(4) Sepal

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In all the four whorls of flower, which of the following is an accessory organ?

(1) Calyx

(2) Corolla

(3) Perianth

(4) All of these

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Perianth is

(1) Distinct calyx and Corolla

(2) Indistinct calyx and Corolla

(3) Amorphous calyx and Corolla

(4) Both 2. and 3.

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Perianth is found in

(1) Lily

(2) Solanum

(3) Pea

(4) Buttercup

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