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Question number: 416

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

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Choose the correct statement about haustorial (parasitic) roots of Cuscuta.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

These develop contact with phloem of host to get food.

b.

These develop contact with xylem and phloem of host.

c.

These roots develop contact with xylem of host.

d.

These develop contact with pericycle and lateral roots of host.

Question number: 417

» Human Physiology » Locomotion » Skeletal System and Its Functions

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How many ribs are present in human beings?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

9 pairs

b.

6 pairs

c.

15 pairs

d.

12 pairs

Question number: 418

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

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Protonema is found in the life cycle of

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Spirogyra

b.

Rhizopus

c.

Funaria

d.

Riccia

Question number: 419

» Reproduction » Reproduction in Organisms » Asexual Reproduction

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The parthenogenesis refers to a fruit

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Choice (4)Response

a.

With seeds after pollination.

b.

Without seed after pollination.

c.

Seedless without fertilization.

d.

With viable seed after fertilization.

Question number: 420

» Plant Physiology » Mineral Nutrients » Nitrogen Metabolism

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Which one of the following can fix atmospheric nitrogen directly?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Brassica

b.

Pea

c.

Petunia

d.

Castor

Question number: 421

» Human Physiology » Digestion and Absorption » Alimentary Canal and Digestive Glands

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Which of the following shows correct pairing for salivary glands in man?

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a.

Parotid→ Wharton’s duct; submaxillary→ duct of Stensen; sublingual→ duct of Rivinus.

b.

Parotid→ duct of Stensen; submaxillary→ Wharton’s duct; sublingual→ duct of Rivinus.

c.

Parotid→ duct of Rivinus; submaxillary→ Wharton’s duct; sublingual→ duct of Stensen.

d.

Parotid→ duct of Rivinus; submaxillary→ duct of Stensen; sublingual→ Wharton’s duct.

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