Biology Quiz for Lab (Ex. 10 - Flowers and Fruits )

Question1: Flowers with parts arranged in whorls of 4's or 5's are likely to be :
[] (a) Monocots
[] (b) Dicots

Question 2: This plant is :
[] (a) Snapdragon
[] (b) Gladiolus
Flower ?

Question 3: The image above is that of :
[] (a) an infloresence of a dicot
[] (b) a flower of a monocot

Question 4: Which pair is matched incorrectly ?

[] (a) anther      produces pollen grains
[] (b) ovary      matures into seed
[] (c) petal      attract pollinators
[] (d) stigma      traps pollen

Question 5: The image below is that of :
[] (a) filament and anther
[] (b) stigma and style
[] (c) sepals and petals
[] (d) ovary, ovules and placenta
Flower ?

Question 6: A fruit is matured and ripened :

[] (a) embryo
[] (b) ovary
[] (c) pedicel
[] (d) stamen

Question 7: The image shows :
[] (a) ovary
[] (b) pedicel
[] (c) receptacle
[] (d) stigma
Flower ?

Question 8:

Which process occurs in this structure?

[] (a) embryo development
[] (b) fertilization
[] (c) meiosis
[] (d) seed development
Flower ?

Question 9: The image is that of :
[] (a) eggs
[] (b) embryos
[] (c) fertilization
[] (d) pollen
Pollen ?

Question 10: The structure shown : 
[] (a) developed from the ovary of a pistil
[] (b) is an accessory fruit 
[] (c) is a fleshy fruit
[] (d) is composed of 5 carpels
[] (e) All of the above
Fruit ?

 

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