Class 11 Biology MCQs Plant Kingdom for NEET

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Plant Kingdom Class 11 MCQs Questions with Answers

The organism that completely lack a cell wall and are smallest living cell known that can survive without oxygen is
(a) Virus
(b) Bacteriophages
(c) Yeast
(d) Mycoplasma

Answer: (b) Unicellular

Red algae is red due to the presence of:
(a) R-Phycocyanin
(b) R-Phycoerythrin
(c) C-Phycocyanin
(d) C-Phycoerythrin

Answer: (b) R-Phycoerythrin

Who is popularly known as the “Father of Phycology”
(a) Fritsch
(b) Papenfus
(c) Smith
(d) Morris

Answer: (a) Fritsch

Cephaleuros, which causes “Red rust of tea” is a
(a) Red Algae
(b) Brown Algae
(c) Dinoflagellate
(d) Green Algae

Answer: (d) Green Algae

Female sex organ of algae is called
(a) Carpel
(b) Oogonium
(c) Archegonia
(d) Oosphere

Answer: (b) Oogonium

The zygospore of Spirogyra produces
(a) 2-zoospores
(b) 4-zoospores
(c) 2-4 zoospores
(d) None of these

Answer: (d) None of these

Which of the followings plant material is an efficient water imbibant?
(a) Agar
(b) Cellulose
(c) Lignin
(d) Pectin

Answer: (a) Agar

In a monoecious plant
(a) Male and female sex organs are on the same individual
(b) Male and female gametes are of two morphologically distinct types
(c) Male and female sex organs are on different individuals
(d) All the stamens are fused to form one unit

Answer: (a) Male and female sex organs are on the same individual

By which type of leaf is found in selaginella
(a) Aligulate and microphyllous
(b) Ligulate and megaphyllous
(c) Ligulate and microphyllous
(d) Aligulate and megaphyllous

Answer: (c) Ligulate and microphyllous

Bioluminescence is a phenomenon associated with
(a) chrysophyta
(b) phaeophyta
(c) pyrrophyta
(d) chlorophyta

Answer: (c) pyrrophyta

Change in colour of algae according to depth in sea is called
(a) Bohr’s effect
(b) Gaudikov’s effect
(c) Fogg’s effect
(d) Pasteur effect

Answer: (b) Gaudikov’s effect

The gametophyte is not an independent, free-living generation in
(a) Pinus
(b) Polytrichum
(c) Adiantum
(d) Marchantia

Answer: (a) Pinus

Which of the following is a liverwort?
(a) Sphagnum
(b) Funaria
(c) Marchantia
(d) Polytrichum

Answer: (c) Marchantia

Which of the following plants is used extensively for the study of photosynthesis?
(a) Amaranthus
(b) Asparagus
(c) Chlorella
(d) Sunflower

Answer: (c) Chlorella

Isogamous condition with non-flagellated gametes is found in
(a) Chlamydomonas
(b) Spirogyra
(c) Volvox
(d) Fucus

Answer: (b) Spirogyra

Yeast is different from penicillium and Rhizopus in being
(a) Acellular
(b) Unicellular
(c) Having unseptate hyphae
(d) multicellular

Answer: (b) Unicellular

Cell wall of Spirogyra is
(a) One layered
(b) Two layered
(c) Three layered
(d) Four layered

Answer: (b) Two layered

Spirogyra is found in
(a) Stagnant fresh water
(b) Running salt water
(c) Stagnant salt water
(d) Running fresh water

Answer: (a) Stagnant fresh water

Common bread mould is
(a) Yeast
(b) Mucor
(c) Bacteria
(d) Virus

Answer: (b) Mucor

Selaginella is a type of plant
(a) Oogamous and homosporous
(b) Oogamous and heterosporous
(c) Isogamous & heterosporous
(d) Isogamous & Homosporous

Answer: (b) Oogamous and heterosporous

Which of the following algae produces synzoospores
(a) Chlamydomonas
(b) Polysiphonia
(c) Chlorella
(d) Vaucheria

Answer: (d) Vaucheria

Irish moss, is a member of
(a) True moss
(b) Lichen
(c) Algae
(d) Bryophyte

Answer: (c) Algae

Zygotic meiosis is characteristic of
(a) Procaryotes
(b) Thallophyta
(c) Bryophyta
(d) Spermatophyta

Answer: (b) Thallophyta

Spirogyra belongs to
(a) volvocales
(b) conjugales
(c) ulotrichales
(d) siphonales

Answer: (b) Phycoerythrin

Iodine is found in
(a) Spirogyra
(b) Laminaria
(c) Polysiphonia
(d) Chlorella

Answer: (b) Laminaria

In moss stomata appears on
(a) Capsule
(b) Leaves
(c) Stem
(d) All of these

Answer: (a) Capsule

The outer cell-wall of Spirogyra is made up of:
(a) Cellulose
(b) Pectin/Pectose
(c) Hemicellulose
(d) Protein

Answer: (b) Pectin/Pectose

Which of the following is essential for seed habit
(a) Free gametophyte
(b) Dependent sporophyte
(c) Heterospory
(d) Haploid life cycle

Answer: (c) Heterospory

In gymnosperms, the development of pollen grains occurs in
(a) Strobili
(b) Microsporangia
(c) Megasporangia
(d) Macrosporangia

Answer: (b) Microsporangia

Ribbon shaped chloroplasts occur in
(a) Ulothrix
(b) Spirogyra
(c) Chlamydomonas
(d) Riccia

Answer: (b) Spirogyra

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