|Book Name : Biology
Chapter No. 05 / 14
Chapter Name : REPRODUCTION
Book Version : New book Printed in 2018
Published By : Punjab Text Book Board Lahore
Approved By : Govt of the Punjab and Federal Ministry for Education
Test Type : MCQ / Fill in the Blanks / Short Answers
Exam conduct By : Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Punjab
Class / Grade : 10th (Matriculation)
Total MCQ from Text Book : 131
Total Marks : 131
Total Time : 65.30 minutes
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Which of the following is not a form of asexual reproduction?
Which statement is FALSE about adaptation in insect pollinated flowers?
Which gas is essential for the respiration in the cells of embryo?
A scar on seed coat is known as:
Examples of suckers are
Anther has pollen sacs in which:
Which method is a latest method of vegatative propagation?
When Rhizopus reaches reproductive age, its body cells form thick walled & spore sacs called:
The colour of calyx is:
If a planarian breaks into many pieces, instead of two,it will also be called as:
Binary fission is a type of:
FIND the examples of bulbs?
Which of the followings reproduce by means of parthenogenesis?
Which part of the female reproductive system receives egg from the ovary
Who does lay eggs in the cells of honey comb?
In yeast, parent cell may form:
Double fertilization in plants means
A corm develops into new garlic plant. This is the process of
Rhicopus reproduces asexually by
Which one of the following reproduce asexually through binary fission?
Growing an entire new plant from part of the original plant is called;
In grafting a piece of stem is cut from the plant and is inserted into another plant with:
The example of wind pollinated flowers is:
How many types of pollination are recognized?
Grasses, hazel, willow are examples of:
In many seeds, the food of endosperm is absorbed and stored by:
Female reproductive part of a plant is:
Hypo-geal germination can be seen in:
Which of the followings follow epigeal germination?
Function of seed coat is:
Ovule develops into:
Zygote develops into:
Which one of the followings is short underground stem surrounded by thick fleshy leaves?
Which is NOT an advantage of grafting?
Wind pollinated flowers are:
In sporophyte generation, reproductive structure is:
Each carpel is made up of:
Male reproductive part of flower is:
Plants bearing seedless fruits can be grown only by:
By parthenogenesis, many eggs remain:
Alternation of generations is:
What is the correct sequence of whorl in a flower?
Ovule becomes seed and ovary changes into:
After fertilization in plants, the fruit develops from
Each spore is covered with a thick wall called:
What is the sequence of units in flower?
In each ovule.
The binary fission method occurs in:
Which of the followings are produced by tubers?
FIND the FALSE statement about flower?
The embryo forms from:
Binary fission means:
From where buds are produced in rhizomes
The internal conditions of seed germination include:
Fourth whorl of flower is:
Production of gametes and their fusion is known as:
A process in which transfer of pollen grains from the flower on one plant to the flower on other plant of same species:
Which statement is FALSE about angiosperms and gymnosperms?
FIND the FALSE statement about dormant seeds?
Which one of the following statement is FALSE about vegetative propagation of plants?
Vegetative propagation in Bryophyllum is by
FIND the flowers, which have structural adaptation?
Which one of the followings is correct sequence of underground stem for vegetative propagation?
Under unfavorable conditions, amoebae form hard walls around them is called:
The process of fertilization involves two fusions it is called:
Inside the female gametophyte, sperm fuses with:
Structural adaptation facilitate:
Find, which unicellular organism reproduce by budding and form colonies?
Sexual reproduction involves:
Certain worms grow to full size, they spontaneously break up into:
In spore formation one of cells enlarges and form:
Micro-propagation uses only a
Which one of the followings is propagated by stem cutting?
Which one of the following statement is FALSE about micropyle?
Sepals are individual units of:
Grafting is used to propagate:
Ginger, ferns and water lilies reproduce by:
Inside testes, the sperms al-e produced in
The optimum temperature of germination of seeds of most plants ranges
Individual units of corolla are:
Transfer of pollen grains from flower's anther to stigma is known as:
Example of insect pollinated flowers is:
The pollen grains having
Potatoes and yams are reproduced by
In stem tubers, there, are aggregation of tiny buds in form of:
In dormancy, most seeds go through a period during which:
Which of the followings are seed plants?
Dasheen and garlic reproduce by
Plants, those do not require water for reproduction are:
Which of these cells has haploid number of chromosomes?
During binary fission in unicellular eukaryotes, the nucleus of parent organism:
Pollination is the transfer of pollens from
If seeds get suitable conditions:
The artificial vegetative propagation has been very beneficial on
Macrospore divides mitotically and produces:
On basis of elongation of hypocotyl and epicotyl there are:
A process in which genetic material of one generation is transmitted to next is known as:
Reproduction is essential for the
The third whorl of a flower is:
The units of androecium are:
Which of the following are agents of pollination?
An individual can live without reproducing, but species cannot survive without.
Buds do not detach from the parent body in:
Yeast is a:
The type of reproduction in which fusion of gametes take place is called:
Binary fission is:
Stem tubers are:
Which one of the following statement is correct about calyx?
Which of the following are not agencies of cross pollination?
Which is the first structure that emerges from the radicle present in seed?
Formation of triploid nucleus is called:
Spore formation is generally seen in:
Clostridium and bacillus species are:
Binary fission is seen in:
A type of asexual reproduction, binary fission is common in:
Which part of plant attracts bees and butterflies?
Asexual reproduction has
Angiosperm seeds consist of:
One sperm fuses with egg and forms a:
Farmers and gardeners use artificial methods of vegetative propagation to:
The units of gynoecium are:
SPORES FORMATION ALSO OCCUR IN ?
Which one of the following animals does not reproduce by means of budding?
Transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma of the same flower is:
Which one of the followings is an example of seedless fruit?
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