Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Set 1

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This set of Biology Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Set 1

Q1 | Cells of nucellus are always
Q2 | The embryo sac is produced from
Q3 | An egg-apparatus contains
Q4 | In angiosperm the endosperm nucleus is
Q5 | Female gametophyte is also known as
Q6 | Embryo sac contains
Q7 | Carpel is formed of
Q8 | The arrangement of flowers on the flora axis is known as
Q9 | The unit of female reproductive body in flower is
Q10 | After fertilization the ovule develops into
Q11 | Fruit is a modification of
Q12 | The seed coat develops from
Q13 | Nucellus in seed is represented by
Q14 | Pollen grain are produced in
Q15 | Ovule is attached to the placenta by
Q16 | Pollen tube enters the embryo sac through
Q17 | Pollen tube, entering in embryo sac has
Q18 | In flowering plants, fertilization occur in
Q19 | The formation of zygote without the act of syngamy is called
Q20 | Which phase of life cycle is dominant in the individuals of angiosperms ?
Q21 | The process by which seedless fruits are produced are known as
Q22 | A flower is
Q23 | A flower is specially formed for
Q24 | Pollen tube enters the micropyle into through
Q25 | Embryo develops from