MCQs on Internal Structure of Root Stem and Leaf For NEET Exam 2022

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Q.1. Well-developed pith is found in

(a) Monocot root and Dicot stem
(b) Dicot root and Dicot stem
(c) Dicot root and Monocot stem
(d) Dicot and Monocot stems

(a) Monocot root and Dicot stem


Q.2. In monocot leaf

(a) Veins form a network
(b) Mesophyll is not differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma
(c) Mesophyll is well differentiated into these parts
(d) Bulliform cells are absent from epidermis

(b) Mesophyll is not differentiated into palisade and spongy parenchyma


Q.3. In orchids, Velamen tissues is found in

(a) Leaves
(b) Root
(c) Flowers
(d) Shoot

(b) Root


Q.4. Polyarch and exarch vascular bundles occur in

(a) Dicot stem
(b) Monocot stem
(c) Dicot root
(d) Monocot root

(d) Monocot root


Q.5. This is not a characteristic feature of anatomy of dicotyledonous root

(a) Pith little or absent
(b) Secondary growth
(c) Radial vascular bundles
(d) Vascular bundles 15-20

(d) Vascular bundles 15-20


Q.6. Vascular bundles are scattered in

(a) Dicot stem
(b) Dicot root
(c) Bryophytes
(d) Monocot stem

(d) Monocot stem


Q.7. The correct situation of mesophyll in isobilateral grass leaf is shown by

(a) Palisade along both the surface
(b) Undifferentiated mesophyll
(c) Palisade towards abaxial surface
(d) Palisade towards adaxial surface

(b) Undifferentiated mesophyll


Q.8. Collenchymatous hypodermis is characteristics of

(a) Hydrophytes
(b) Monocot and dicot stem
(c) Monocot stem
(d) Dicot stem

(d) Dicot stem


Q.9. The lacunae in the vascular bundles of monocot stem is

(a) Metaxylem
(b) A mucilage canal
(c) Lysigenous water cavity
(d) A large sized protoxylem

(c) Lysigenous water cavity


Q.10. The protoxylem in its midrid bundle in a vertical section of a dorsiventral leaf

(a) is not distinct
(b) faces the ventral epidermis of the leaf
(c) faces the dorsal epidermis of the leaf
(d) is surrounded by metaxylem

(c) faces the dorsal epidermis of the leaf

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