Plant Anatomy Quiz

1. The Casparian strip is usually composed of
Suberin
Lignin
Pectin
Chitin
2. Ridged and furrowed xylem cylinder with phloem wedges is characteristic of secondary growth in the stem of
Bignonia
Serjania
Dracaena
Boerhaavia
3. Albuminous cells are present in
Monocotyledonous plants
Hydrophytes
Gymnosperms
Bryophytes
4. Labyrinthine cell wall enveloped by plasma membrane is characteristic of
Lenticels
Sieve tubes
Transfer cells
Guard cells
5. Tyloses are
Resin ducts
Tracheal plugs
Specialized laticeferous canals
Composite sieve plate
6. In Dracaena, secondary vascular bundle is
Amphivasal
Collateral
Amphicribral
Bicollataral
7. Zimmermann proposed
apical theory
tunica corpus theory
telome theory
cell theory
8. Wood that entirely lacks vessel
homoxylous wood
non porous wood
early wood
soft wood
9. Abnormal functioning of cambium and multiple cambial ring formation leads to anomalous secondary growth inn
Eupatorium
Boerhavia
Bauhinia
Bignonia
10. In amphivasal vascular bundles
Xylem is seen on either side of the phloem
Xylem and phloem are arranged side by side
Peripherally arranged phloem elements enclose a mass of xylem
Peripherally arranged xylem elements enclose a mass of phloem
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