February 3, 2016

Junior Inter Botany Model Paper for IPE Exams in AP and Telangana - 2016

Following is the Junior Inter Botany Model Paper (Paper - I) for IPE
exams in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states. The duration of the exam
is 3 hours and maximum marks are 60.

Note: Read the following instructions carefully
i. Answer all the questions of Section-A. Answer any six questions out
of eight in Section-B and answer any two questions out of three in
Section-C.

ii. In Section-A, questions from Sl. Nos. 1-10 are "Very Short Answer
Type". Each question carries two marks. Every answer may be limited to
5 lines. Answer all these questions at one place in the same order.

iii. In Section-B, questions from Sl. Nos. 11- 18 are of "Short Answer
Type". Each question carries four marks. Every answer may be limited
to 20 lines.

iv. In Section-C, questions from Sl. Nos.19-21 are of "Long Answer
Type". Each question carries eight marks. Every answer may be limited
to 60 lines.

v. Draw labeled diagrams, wherever necessary for questions in
Section-B and Section-C.

SECTION- A

Note: Answer all questions. Each answer may be limited to 5 lines. 10 x 2 = 20

1. Which is the largest Botanical garden in the world? Name a few well
known botanical gardens in India.
2. Name two diseases caused by Mycoplasmas.
3. Who is popularly known as father of Botany? What was the book written by him?
4. How does the sucker of Chrysanthemum differ from the stolon of jasmine?
5. Differentiate actinimorphic from zygomorphic flower.
6. What is geocarpy? Name the plant which exhibits this phenomenon.
7. Mention a single membrane bound organelle which is rich in
hydrolytic enzymes.
8. Give one example for each of amino acids, sugars, nucleotides and
fatty acids.
9. Given that the average duplication time of E. coli is 20 minutes.
How much time will two E.coli cells take to become 32 cells?
10. Name the type of land plants that can tolerate the salinities of the sea.

SECTION - B

Note: Answer any six questions. Each answer may be limited to 20 lines.
6 x 4 = 24

11. Give the salient features and importance of Chrysophytes.
12. What is heterospory? Briefly comment on its significance. Give two examples.
13. Identify each part in a flowering plant and write whether it is
haploid (n) or diploid (2n).
a) Ovary .........
b) Anther .........
c) Egg .........
d) Pollen .........
e) Male gamete .........
f) Zygote .........
g) Antipodal .........
h) Megaspore mother cell .........

14. Describe the non-essential floral parts of plants belonging to Fabaceae.
15. Describe the structure of nucleus.
16. What are the characteristics of a prokaryotic cell?
17. State the location and function of different types of meristems.
18. What are hydrophytes? Briefly discuss the different kinds of
hydrophytes with examples.

SECTION - C

Note: Answer any two questions. Each answer may be limited to 60 lines
2 x 8 = 16
19. Explain how stem is modified variously to perform different functions.
20. With a neat labeled diagram describe the parts of a mature
angiosperm embryo sac. Mention the role of synergids.
21. Describe the T.S. of a dicot stem.

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