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Anatomy Of Flowering Plants

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Where would you look for active cell division in plants?

A
In the pith cells
B
In the cells of cortex
C
In the internodal region
D
At the tip of root and shoot
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Plant growth in length is increased by

A
Apical meristem
B
Lateral meristem
C
Dermatogen
D
Periblem
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In the primary tissues of the stem, the cambium separating xylem and phloem is called 

A
Procambium
B
Intrafascicular cambium
C
Cork cambium
D
Interfascicular cambium
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Assertion

Water and mineral uptake by root hairs from the soil occurs through apoplast until it reaches endodermis

Reason

Casparian strips in endodermis are suberized

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
Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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The fibres of commercial importance are obtained from

A
Parenchyma
B
Collenchyma
C
Chlorenchyma
D
Sclerenchyma
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The function of cork cambium (phellogen) is to produce

A
Cork and secondary cortex
B
Secondary xylem and secondary phloem
C
Cork and secondary phloem
D
Secondary cortex and phloem
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What do you mean by closed vascular bundle ?

A
Presence of cambium
B
Absence of cambium
C
Presence of periderm
D
None of these
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Annual growth rings are formed due to activity

A
Extrastellar cambium
B
Intrastellar cambium
C
Interstellar cambium
D
Both (b) and (c)
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The stele found in monocot is

A
Haplostele
B
Atactostele
C
Dictyostele
D
Actinostele
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