March 23, 2014

EAMCET Botany Objective Type Questions

Here are some practice questions from Botany subject for EAMCET entrance examination. The answers to the questions are given at the end of the questions. Questions from 1-25 are given in the previous post.

26. The plants which grow in swampy areas are called
1) Epiphytes 2) Mangrooves 3) Hydrophytes 4) Mesophytes

27. The following are not adventitious roots
1) Velamen roots 2) Brace roots 3) Prop roots 4) Nodular roots

28. The micro organism present in the modular roots
1) Many types of soil bacteria 2) Many species of Rhizobium
3) Only one species of Rhizobium 4) None

29. Stem is formed from
1) Plumule 2) Radicle 3) Embryo 4) Bud

30. Root may bear the following
1) nodes 2) leaves 3) flowers 4) None

31. Nodes are separated from each other by
1) inter nodes 2) leaves 3) flowers 4) branches

32. Assertion (A): Ginger is a stem.
Reason (R): It stores food.
1) A, R are correct. R explains A. 2) A, R are correct. R do not explains A.
3) A is correct. R is false. 4) A is false. R is correct.

33. Assertion (A): Zaminkand is a underground stem.
Reason (R): It bears nodes, buds and adventitious roots.
1) A, R are correct. R explains A. 2) A, R are correct. R do not explains A.
3) A is correct. R is false. 4) A is false. R is correct.

34. Assertion (A): Colocasia is an organ of perennation.
Reason (R): It is useful in vegetative reproduction.
1) A, R are correct. R explains A. 2) A, R are correct. R do not explains A.
3) A is correct. R is false. 4) A is false. R is correct.

35. Assertion (A): Potato is an organ of perennation.
Reason (R): It can tide over conditions unfavourable for growth.
1) A, R are correct. R explains A. 2) A, R are correct. R do not explains A.
3) A is correct. R is false. 4) A is false. R is correct.

36. Match the following.
I. Turmeric A. Eyes
II. Potato B. Corm
III. Onion C. Rhizome
IV. Zaminkand D. Bulb
I II III IV I II III IV
1) B D C A 2) D C B A
3) C A D B 4) C D A B

37. Potato bears the following distinct characters by which it can be differentiated
from others under ground stem modifications
A) Eyes B) Scale leaves
C) Absense of adventitious roots D) Presense of adventitious roots
E) storage of food
1) AC 2) ABCD 3) ACE 4) ABCDE

38. Fleshy scale leaves are present in
1) Rhizome 2) Bulb 3) Corm 4) Tuber

39. Adventitious roots are absent in
1) Tuber 2) Bulb 3) Rhizome 4) Corm

40. Stem do not stores food in
1) Rhizome 2) Bulb 3) Corm 4) None

41. Scape is present in
1) Bulb 2) Tuber 3) Corm 4) Rhizome

42. The distinct characters of Bulb
1) Tunic 2) Scape
3) Fleshy scale leaves 4) All

43. Apical bud and axillary bud are side by side in
1) Tuber 2) Rhizome 3) Bulb 4) All

44. Food is stored in the following parts of bulb
1) Stem 2) Scale leaf 3) Branch 4) Root

45. One plant shows many under ground stems storing food in
1) Solanum tuberosum 2) Zingiber
3) Allium cepa 4) Amorphophallus

46. The tendril in cucurbita is the modification of
1) Petiole 2) leaf apex 3) stem 4) leaflet

47. Axillary bud is modified into tendril in
1) Watermelon 2) Pumpkin 3) Cucumber 4) All

48. All bud modifications are modifications of
1) leaf 2) stem 3) 1 & 2 3) None

49. Axillary bud and terminal bud are modified into tendrils respectively in
1) Pumpkin, Watermelon 2) Grape vine, Pumpkin
3) Cucumber, Grape vine 4) Pisum, Grape vine

50. Aerial stem modifications meant for photosynthesis
A) Tendrils B) Phylloclade
C) Thorns D) Cladode or Cladophyll
1) A B C D 2) B D 3) A B D 4) B C D

Answers: 26-2; 27-4; 28-3; 29-1; 30-4; 31-1; 32-2; 33-1; 34-2; 35-1; 36-3; 37-1; 38-2; 39-1; 40-2; 41-1; 42-4; 43-3; 44-2; 45-1; 46-3; 47-3; 48-2; 49-3; 50-2.

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