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Question number: 2542

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Plant Group - Angiosperms

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Nectaries are found in: -

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Compositae

b.

Papilionatae

c.

Ceasalpinoidae

d.

Cruciferae

Question number: 2543

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Plant Group - Angiosperms

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Chief anatomical feature of Cucurbitaceae family is: -

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Conjoint vascular bundle

b.

Bicollateral vascular bundles

c.

Radial vascular bundle

d.

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Question number: 2544

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Plant Group - Angiosperms

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Tamarindus indica is belong to family Caesalpinioideae/Caesalpiniaceae and commonly known as Tamarind and Sampalok.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Anterio -posterior

b.

Anterior

c.

Posterior

d.

All of the above

Question number: 2545

» Diversity in Living World » Five Kingdom Classification » Plant Group - Angiosperms

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Appeared in Year: 2001

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A member of Compositae family which give oil [RPMT]

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Carthamus tinctorius

b.

Shisham

c.

Glycine max

d.

Brassica tulipa

Question number: 2546

» Structural Organization in Animals and Plants » Plant Tissues - Morphology, Anatomy and Functions » Leaf

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Appeared in Year: 2001

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Edible part of cabbage is: - [RPMT]

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Flower

b.

Bud

c.

Inflorescence

d.

Stem

Question number: 2547

» Structural Organization in Animals and Plants » Plant Tissues - Morphology, Anatomy and Functions » Inflorescence

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Appeared in Year: 2004

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Umbel inflorescence is found in: [UTTARANCHAL PMT]

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Coriandrum

b.

Colocasia

c.

Helianthus

d.

Musa

Question number: 2548

» Cell Structure and Function » Cell and Cell Theory

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The secondary meristem originates from-

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Secretory tissue

b.

Primary meristem

c.

Promeristem

d.

Permanent tissue

Developed by: