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Monday, March 31, 2014

12 STD BOTANY/BIO-BOTANY | UNIT 1 TAXONOMY OF ANGIOSPERMS | FREE ONLINE TEST EM - 1

12 STD BOTANY/BIO-BOTANY | UNIT 1 TAXONOMY OF ANGIOSPERMS | FREE ONLINE TEST EM - 1

1. Artificial system of classification of plants was proposed by a
           a. British botanist
           b. Swedish botanist
           c. German botanist
           d. Indian botanist

2. Which of the following classification is a sexual system of classification?
           a. Artificial system
           b. Natural system
           c. Phylogenetic system
           d. Natural selection

3. The botanist who introduced binomial system is
           a. Carolus Linnaeus
           b. Gaspard Bauhin
            c. Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker
            d. Adolf Engler

4. Genera plantarum of Bentham and Hooker was published in
           a. a single volume
           b. two volumes
           c. three volumes
           d. four volumes

5. In Bentham and Hooker classification of plants, the present day ‘orders’ were referred to by them as
           a. series
           b. cohorts
           c. orders
           d. families

6. Plants having flowers with free petals are placed under
           a. Monochlamydeae
           b. Monocotyledons
           c. Gamopetalae
           d. Polypetalae

7. Inferae includes
           a. 6 orders and 34 families
           b. 4 orders and 23 families
           c. 3 orders and 9 families
           d. 5 orders and 27 families

8. How many families were described by Bentham and Hooker in their classification?
           a. 204
           b. 212
           c. 202
           d. 102

9. In Bentham and Hooker’s classification of plants, the present day families” were referred to by them as
           a. families
           b. cohorts
           c. orders
           d. series

10. Thalamiflorae includes
           a. 4 orders and 23 families
           b. 6 orders and 34 families
           c. 5 orders and 27 families
           d. 3 orders and 12 families

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