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Chemical Control and Coordination MCQ Questions

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Prominent action of Gibberellin is to :

1. increase the number of buds

2. increase the size of leaves

3. make dwarf plants tall

4. making tall plants taller

Option 3 – make dwarf plants tall

Cytokinins have special function of promoting :

1. the number of flowers

2. the amount of auxins

3. cell division

4. cell destructions

Option 3 – cell division

Shedding of the leaves and fruits is due to the hormone :

1. Indole acetic acid

2. Naphthalene acetic acid

3. Gibberellins

4. Abscisic acid

Option 4 – Abscisic acid

Dicotyledonous weeds are destroyed by a chemical called :

1. Indole acetie acid

2. 2,4-D

3. Abscisic acid

4. Naphthalene acetic acid

Option 2 – 2,4-D

Water loss from plants is prevented by ……hormone :

1. Gibberellins

2. NAA

3. Indole acetic acid

4. ABA

Option 4 – ABA

If apex of a coleoptile is removed and replaced change you observe is :

1. it will not further grow

2. it gives new branches

3. it grows normally

4. it does not show any changes

Option 2 – it gives new branches

The property of responding to changes in the environment is called

1. Growth

2. Germination

3. Co-ordination

4. Irritability

Option 4 – Irritability

Brain and spinal cord are parts of :

1. sympathetic nervous system

2. para sympathetic nervous system

3. Peripheral nervous system

4. Central nervous system

Option 4 – Central nervous system

The part of the brain that has glial cells :

1. Pia matter

2. Dura matter

3. arachnoid membrane

4. grey matter

Option 4 – grey matter

The outer membrane that covers the brain is :

1. myelin sheath

2. dura matter

3. arachnoid membrane

4. Grey matter

Option 4 – grey matter

The fluid that flows between the outer and middle membranes covering brain is :

1. Lymph

2. plasma

3. Cerebro – spinal fluid

4. Serum

Option 3 – Cerebro – spinal fluid

The brain and spinal cord are covered by 3 membranes. The middle one is :

1. dura matter

2. pia matter

3. arachnoid membrane

4. pleura

Option 3 – arachnoid membrane

The inner most membrane that covers the brain is :

1. pleura

2. dura matter

3. pia matter

4. arachnoid membrane

Option 2 – dura matter

The part neuron which is generally called as nerve :

1. dendrites

2. myelin sheath

3. axon

4. cyton

Option 3 – axon

The structures of neuron that are arranged in the form of a tree with branches :

1. axon

2. cyton

3. dendrites

4. myelin sheath

Option 3 – dendrites

Nerves that carry impulses from brain or spinal cord to effector organs are :

1. sensory nerves

2. afferent nerves

3. dendrites

4. efferent nerves

Option 4 – efferent nerves

Nerves that carry impulses from sense organs to brain or spinal cord are :

1. dendrites

2. motor nerves

3. efferent nerves

4. afferent nerves

Option 4 – afferent nerves

In diseases like polio, the cells that get destroyed by virus are :

1. monocytes

2. erythrocytes

3. motor neurons

4. sensory neurons

Option 3 – motor neurons

Cranial nerve that controls heart beat :

1. Precaval

2. Post caval

3. aorta

4. vagus

Option 4 – vagus

The growing region of root is :

1. tip

2. below the tip

3. in between nodes

4. lower part of stem

Option 2 – below the tip

Auxins in plants are synthesized at :

1. nodes

2. petiole

3. meristems

4. internodes

Option 3 – meristems

If a terminal bud of a plant is removed :

1. plants grow to normal height

2. lateral branches grow

3. plant increases in height

4. roots do not develop

Option 2 – lateral branches grow

Apical dominance means :

1. terminal bud growing nonstop

2. terminal bud suppressing growth of lateral buds

3. removal of the apex of the stem

4. terminal and lateral branches grow equally

Option 2 – terminal bud suppressing growth of lateral buds

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