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1. Which of the plant groups needs both land and water to complete their life cycle?

1. Which of the plant groups needs both land and water to complete their life cycle?

Tracheophyta

Pteridophyta

Thallophyta

Bryophyta

2. A plant that has seeds but no flowers and fruits?

Bryophytes

Gymnosperms

Mosses

Pteridophytes

4. Plants that possess spores and embryo but lack vascular tissues and seeds?

Rhodophyta

Bryophyta

Pteridophyta

Phaeophyta

5. Which one is not an exception in angiosperms?

Double fertilization

Secondary growth

Presence of vessels

Autotrophic nutrition

6. Pteridophytes differ from mosses in

Independent gametophyte

Dependent gametophyte

Flagellate antherozoids

Independent and dominant sporophyte

7. Angiosperms are the dominant flora because of

Domestication by man

Power of adapting in diverse habitats

Self-pollination property

Property of producing a large number of seeds

8. Plants reproducing by spores are grouped under

Bryophytes

Sporophytes

Cryptogams

Thallophytes

9. Plants having vascular tissue without seeds

Angiosperm

Pteridophytes

Bryophytes

Gymnosperms

10. The plant group that posses the largest ovule, largest gametes, and largest tree

Angiosperms

Gymnosperms

Pteridophytes

Bryophytes

11. Zygotic meiosis is the characteristic of

Fucus

Funaria

Marchantia

Chlamydomonas

Cycas – Dioecious

Equisetum – Homosporous

Salvinia – Heterosporous

Pinus – Dioecious

Volvox

Chlorella

Ulothrix

Spirogyra

14. Double fertilization is the characteristic of

Algae

Gymnosperms

Fungi

Angiosperms

15. Conifers can tolerate extreme environments because of

Presence of vessels

Thick cuticle

Superficial stomata

Broad hardy leaves

16. First plants to inhabit the land

Angiosperms

Bryophytes

Gymnosperms

Pteridophytes

17. Agar is commercially obtained from

Blue-green algae

Red algae

Brown algae

Green algae

18. Which one differs from Spirogyra based on its nucleus?

Azygospore

Zygospore

Akinete

Aplanospore

19. The cell wall of Spirogyra contains

20. Which of the following completely lacks cell wall?

Blue-green algae

Saccharomyces

Sea-fan

Cyanobacteria

The plant kingdom consists of 390,000 species known till date. The plant kingdom is divided into five major groups:

Given below are MCQs on the Plant Kingdom which will help you analyse your understanding on the topic. The answers are also provided for reference.

21. Prothallus gives rise to sporophyte without fertilization. This is known as a. Apogamy b. Parthenocarpy c. Parthenogenesis d. Apospory 22. Chromatophores participate in a. Photosynthesis b. Respiration c. growth d. Movement 23. Which one is responsible for the formation of peat? a.  Riccia b.  Sphagnum c.  Marchantia d.  Funaria 24. Isogamous condition with non-flagellated gametes is found in a.  Chlamydomonas b.  Volvox c.  Spirogyra d.  Fucus 25. The exine of pollen grain comprises a. Pectin and cellulose b. Lignocellulose c. Pollenkit d. Sporopollenin 26. Meiosis occurs in a. Conidia b. Meiocyte c. Megaspore d. Gemmule 27. An evolutionary important character of Selaginella is a. Strobili b. Rhizophore c. Heterosporous nature d. Ligule 28. Which is the common characteristic of multicellular fungi, filamentous algae and protonema of            mosses? a. Mode of nutrition b. Diplontic life cycle c. Multiplication by fragmentation d. Members of Plant Kingdom 29. Vascular bundles are not found in a. Gymnosperms b. Pteridophytes c. Angiosperms d. Bryophytes 30. The transport of male gametes in bryophytes and pteridophytes occurs through a. Wind b. Water c. Birds d. Insects