Biology-Plant and Animal Nutrition [NTSE Stage-2 (National-Level) Scholastic-Aptitude & Language Comprehension]: Questions 1 - 3 of 17

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Question 1

Plant and Animal Nutrition
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Appeared in Year: 2013

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An animal cell, a plant cell and a bacterium share the following structural features

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a.cell wall, plasma membrane and mitochondria
b.cell membrane, endoplasmic reticulum and vacuoles
c.cell wall, nucleus and cytoplasm
d.plasma membrane, cytoplasm and ribosomes

Question 2

Plant and Animal Nutrition
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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Photosynthesis in an aquatic plant was measured by counting the number of bubbles coming out of the cut end of the plant. What will happen to production if you use a pipe blow air from your mouth into water in the beaker?

A beaker containing water and plant in it

A Beaker Containing Water and Plant in It

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Choice (4)Response
a.Water is already in contact with air. Hence, air from mouth will have no effect
b.Air from mouth contains which is utilised in photosynthesis. Hence, increase in production
c.Bacteria from mouth will infect plant. Hence, reduction in production
d.Air from mouth contains which is being added to the plant. Hence, increase in production

Question 3

Plant and Animal Nutrition
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Appeared in Year: 2013

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In flowers, which one of the following conditions will increase chances of self-pollination?

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Choice (4)Response
a.In all flowers of the plant only pistil is present
b.In all flowers of the plant only stamens are present
c.Pistil is longer than stamens in a flower
d.Stamens are just above the stigma of a pistil in a flower