Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants Model Question | NEET Biology Papers

Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants Model Question
Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants Model Question for NEET Biology Preparation. Here we discuss on Characteristic of Living Organism, Classification and Taxonomic Categories, Taxonomical Aids for NEET Examination. National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Sample Papers will give an idea about the examination. Candidates are advised to practice old and previous papers to know about the syllabus. All objective and MCQ questions are in model practice set for best preparation.

1. Root hairs develop from the region of -
A. Maturation
B. Elongation
C. Root cap
D. Meristematic activity

2. Coconut fruit is a-
A. Drupe
B. Berry
C. Nut
D. Capsule

3. Free-central placentation is found in -
A. Dianthus
B. Argemone
C. Brassica
D. Citrus

4. Radial symmetry is found in the flowers of -
A. Trifolium
B. Cassia
C. Brassica
D. Pisum

5. The term 'polyadelphous' is related to -
A. Androecium
B. Calyx
C. Corolla
D. gynoecium

6. Stems modified into flat green organs performing the functions of leaves are known as -
A. Phylloclades
B. Phyllodes
C. Cladodes
D. scales

7. Which of the following is not a stem modification?
A. Tendrils of cucumber
B. Flattened structures of Opuntia
C. Thorns of citrus
D. Pitcher of Nepenthes

8. The standard petal of a papilionaceous corolla is also called -
A. Vexillum
B. Corona
C. Carina
D. pappus

9. Proximal end of the filament of stamen is attached to the -
A. Placenta
B. thalamus or petal
C. anther
D. connective

10. Tricarpellary, syncarpous gynoecium is found in flowers of -
A. Fabaceae
B. Poaceae
C. Liliaceae
D. Solanaceae

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