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Anatomy Of Flowering Plants

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The cambium located in between xylem and phloem in dicot stem is

A
Interfascicular
B
Intrafascicular
C
Both A and B
D
None of the above
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In the diagram of T.S. of stele of a dicot root, the different parts have been indicated by alphabets; choose the answer in which these alphabets correctly match with the parts they indicate.

A
A-Endodermis, B-Conjunctive tissue, C-Metaxylem, D-Protoxylem, E-Phloem, F-Pith
B
A-Endodermis, B-Pith, C-Protoxylem, D-Metaxylem, E-Protoxylem, F-Conjunctive tissue
C
A-Pericycle, B-Conjunctive tissue, C-Metaxylem, D-Protoxylem, E-Phloem
D
A-Endodermis, B-Conjunctive tissue, C-Protoxylem, D-Metaxylem, E-Phloem, F-Pith
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Which of the following is a correct sequence of layers in typical monocot root (from outer surface to inside)?

A
Pericycle, cortex, endodermis, epiblema
B
Epiblema, endodermis, cortex, pericycle
C
Epiblema, cortex, endodermis, pericycle
D
Epiblema, pericycle, cortex, endodermis
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Assertion

Higher plants have meristematic regions for indefinite growth.

Reason

Higher plants have root and shoot apices responsible for this growth.

A
Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion.
B
Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C
Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D
Assertion is incorrect but Reason is correct.
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Scindapsus officinalis of family Araceae is a unique plant as

A
It is epiphytic only in embryonic stages.
B
It is saprophytic in embryonic stages.
C
It is epiphytic only in adult stages.
D
It is an insectivorous plant.
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In monocot roots, which types of vascular bundles are found?

A
Collateral, conjoint and closed
B
Radial with exarch xylem
C
Bicollateral, conjoint and closed
D
Radial with endarch xylem
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What is the difference between sclerenchyma and parenchyma tissues?

A
Parenchyma- Cells are thin-walled and unspecialized, Sclerenchyma- Cells are thick-walled and lignified
B
Parenchyma- Cells are thick-walled and lignified, Sclerenchyma- Cells are thin-walled and unspecialized
C
Parenchyma- Cells are thick-walled and unspecialized, Sclerenchyma- Cells are thick-walled and lignified
D
Parenchyma- Cells are thin-walled and specialized, Sclerenchyma- Cells are thick-walled and lignified
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