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Biology Preparation Test through 10 Quizzes

Biology is the investigation of living things and their important processes. Since biology covers such a broad region, it has actually been standard to divide the research of plants (botany) from that of animals (zoology), as well as the investigation of structure of organisms (morphology) from that of feature (physiology). In spite of their obvious distinctions, all the subdivisions are interrelated by fundamental principles, so current practice tends to investigate those biological phenomena that all living points share

Test Your Preparation through 10 Multiple Choice Questions on Biology

Science-Biology 6

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Question 1
Which is the edible part of grape?
A
epicarp
B
mesocarp
C
pericarp
D
placenta
Question 2
What is the term given to a fruit that is monocarpellary superior and de-hisces by l ventral suture only ?
A
siliqua
B
lomentum
C
follicle
D
legume
Question 3
When the flower can be cut into two equal halves along any vertical plane what is called ?
A
zygomorphic
B
actinomorphic
C
assymetrical
D
both a and b
Question 4
What are the individual members of perianth called ? 
A
sepals
B
petals
C
tepals
D
dracts
Question 5
When stamens are united by their anther what is the condition known as ?
A
epipetalous
B
synandrous
C
syngenesious
D
monoadelphous
Question 6
If the anther is attached to the filament along the whole length what is the condition called ? 
A
dorsifixed
B
basifixed
C
adnate
D
versatile
Question 7
When gynoecium is present in the topmost position of the thallus what is the lower known as? 
A
hypogynous
B
epigynous
C
perigynous
D
none
Question 8
When both the sexes are absent in a flower what is called? 
A
incomplete
B
unisexual
C
intersexual
D
neuter
Question 9
What is the mode of arrangement of leaves on the stem called? 
A
venation
B
ptyxis
C
phyllotaxy
D
tropism
Question 10
If the leaflets are arranged lateral to the rachis what is it called ? 
A
whorled
B
palmately compound
C
pinnately compound
D
decompound
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