Tag: Plant

  • Q&A on plant kingdom

    Q&A on plant kingdom

    The world of plants is a rich and diverse one, with countless species that span the globe, from the tallest trees to the tiniest mosses. Understanding the plant kingdom is not only fascinating but also essential to our understanding of the natural world. In this Q&A on the plant kingdom, we will delve into the…

  • Q&A on plant structure and function

    Q&A on plant structure and function

    Q: What is the primary function of plant leaves? A: The primary function of plant leaves is to perform photosynthesis, where they convert sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water into glucose and oxygen. Additionally, leaves also facilitate gas exchange and transpiration. Q: How do plant roots contribute to the overall health of a plant? A: Plant…

  • Plant structure and function

    Plant structure and function

    Let’s delve into more detail about plant structure and function: Plant Structure: Roots: Function: Roots have several essential functions, including anchoring the plant in the soil, absorbing water and minerals, and storing carbohydrates. Types: Taproots: A single, large, central root, typical in dicotyledonous plants. Fibrous roots: A network of fine, slender roots, common in monocotyledonous…

  • Quiz On Transport in plant

    Quiz On Transport in plant

  • MCQ on Respiration in plant

    MCQ on Respiration in plant

    Q1: Which organelle in plant cells is primarily responsible for cellular respiration? (A) Chloroplast (B) Mitochondrion (C) Vacuole (D) Nucleus Answer: (B) Mitochondrion Explanation: Mitochondria are the main sites of cellular respiration in plant cells, where ATP is produced. Q2: During respiration, what is the primary substrate used by plants to generate energy? (A) Oxygen…

  • Asexual reproduction in plant Quiz

    Asexual reproduction in plant Quiz

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    Q1. What is life span? Ans: Life span is the period from birth to natural death of an organism. Q2. Define clone. Ans: The individuals that are morphologically and genetically similar to the parent are called clone. Q3. Mention the different means/ methods of asexual reproduction with example. Ans:  Cell division – Protista, Monera Binary…


    Q1) Name the associated structure of companion cell. Ans: Sieve tube cell Q2) Name an enucleated plant cell. Ans: Sieve tube cell Q3) Name the conductory elements of xylem. Ans: Tracheary elements- Tracheids and Vessels (tracheae)  Q4) What is periderm? Ans: Phellogen, Phellum and Phelloderm are collectively called as Periderm Q5) What is annual ring?…