Reproduction in Organisms MCQ

  1. Planaria’s most remarkable characteristics are its ability to
    1. Hibernation
    2. Survive without air
    3. Generate bioluminescence
    4. Regenerate
  2. Fusion of unrelated gametes is called ________
    1. Dichogamy
    2. Fertilization
    3. Autogamy
    4. Allogamy
  3. Bryophyllum daigremontianum reproduces by 
    1. Vegetative propagation
    2. Budding
    3. Fission
    4. Fragmentation
  4. When living tissue from a plant is extracted and placed in a medium, it is called ______
    1. Horticulture
    2. Transplantation
    3. Explant
    4. None of the above
  5. Budding, in hydra, is a form ________
    1. Apoptosis
    2. Sexual reproduction
    3. Asexual reproduction
    4. None of the above
  6. ____________is not a method of vegetative propagation
    1. Grafting
    2. Cutting
    3. Lytic cycle
    4. Layering
  7. ___________ refers to an asexual reproduction process wherein genetically identical copies of individual plants are produced
    1. Layering
    2. Binary fission
    3. Clonal Propagation
    4. None of the above
  8. __________ shows totipotency.
    1. Xylem
    2. Meristem
    3. Cork
    4. All of the above
  9. The property of an undifferentiated cell that has the potential to develop into an entire plant is called 
    1. Budding
    2. Cloning
    3. Subpotency
    4. Totipotency
  10. The development of root and shoot in tissue culture is determined by ______
    1. Temperature
    2. Nutrients
    3. Auxin and cytokinin ratio
    4. None of the above

 

Answer Keys for Reproduction in Organisms MCQ
Question Number Answer Key
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2 4
3 1
4 3
5 3
6 3
7 3
8 2
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