MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science: Ch 12 Reproduction in Plants

MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science: Ch 12 Reproduction in Plants

1. In flowering plants, male gamete is formed inside
(a) Ovary
(b) Anther
(c) Pistil
(d) Ovule
► (b) Anther

2. Fertilization is
(a) Fusion of female gametes
(b) Fusion of male gametes
(c) Fusion of male and female gametes
(d) All of above
► (c) Fusion of male and female gametes

3. Male reproductive part of a plant is
(a) pores               
(b) pistil
(c) stamen                        
(d) ovary
► (c) stamen                        

4. Mature ovule forms
(a) Buds
(b) Endosperm
(c) Fruit
(d) Seed
► (d) Seed

5. Most common means of pollination is
(a) Honey bee
(b) Air
(c) Human
(d) Water
► (b) Air

6. Germination occurs when
(a) an already dormant embryo is activated
(b) the cotyledons emerge above ground
(c) either hypocotyls or epicotyls emerges above ground
(d) Vascular tissue begins the transport of water and minerals
► (a) an already dormant embryo is activated

7. It is more economical to propagate potato through
(a) Whole tuber
(b) Seeds
(c) Tissue culture
(d) Piece of tubers
► (d) Piece of tubers

8. Bread mold reproduce by
(a) Budding
(b) Fragmentation
(c) Regeneration
(d) Spore formation
► (d) Spore formation

9. Growth of a new organism on or inside the parent body is called
(a) Fragmentation            
(b) Grafting
(c) Budding     
(d) all of these
► (c) Budding     

10. Light pollen grain is carried by
(a) Water
(b) Bats
(c) Insects
(d) Wind
► (d) Wind

11. The mode of reproduction in which plants parts are used to develop new plant is called
(a) Spore formation
(b) Vegetative propagation
(c) Gametogenesis
(d) Sexual reproduction
► (b) Vegetative propagation

12. Rose plant is grown by
(a) Leaf cutting
(b) Stem cutting
(c) Seed
(d) Root cutting
► (b) Stem cutting

13. Reproduction is described as a phenomenon by which of these options?
(a) increase in size
(b) increase in number
(c) form new tissues and organs
(d) develop from zygotes
► (b) increase in number

14. The cell which is formed after fusion of gametes is called _________.
(a) spore               
(b) embryo
(c) pistil                
(d) zygote
► (d) zygote

15. Banana is a _______________ plant.
(a) Endospermic
(b) Dicots
(c) Hybrid
(d) Monocots
► (d) Monocots

16. Small bulb like projection coming out of the yeast cell is called
(a) Bud
(b) Spore
(c) Node
(d) Bulb
► (a) Bud

17. Which of the following constitute a pistil?
(a) Stigma, style and anther
(b) Stigma, style and ovary
(c) Stigma, stamen and ovary
(d) Pollen sac, style and ovule
► (b) Stigma, style and ovary

18. Reproduction is essential for living organism in order to
(a) Keep individual organ alive
(b) Maintain growth
(c) Fulfill their energy requirement
(d) continue the species forever
► (d) continue the species forever

19. Reproduction in yeast takes place by
(a) zygote             
(b) fragmentation
(c) budding         
(d) spore formation
► (c) budding         

20. The process by which plants give rise to new plants without seeds is called
(a) Sexual reproduction
(b) Asexual reproduction  
(c) Vegetative propagation 
(d) Budding
► (b) Asexual reproduction  

21. In lower organisms reproduction takes place by
(a) Fission and budding
(b) Pollination
(c) Fertilization
(d) Gametes formation
► (a) Fission and budding

22. A spore producing plant is
(a) rose                             
(b) potato
(c) bread mould       
(d) ginger
► (c) bread mould       

23. Transfer of pollen grain from anther to stigma is called
(a) Hybridization
(b) Syngamy
(c) Pollination
(d) Fertilization
► (c) Pollination

24. Male gametes are present in
(a) anther     
(b) ovary
(c) filament                       
(d) style
► (a) anther     

25. Mature ovary forms the
(a) Pistil
(b) Stamen
(c) Seed
(d) Fruit
► (d) Fruit

26. The flower which contain either pistil or stamen is called
(a) Unisexual flowers
(b) Asexual flowers
(c) Bisexual flowers
(d) None of these
► (a) Unisexual flowers
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