Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Set 3

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This set of Biology Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Set 3

Q1 | The innermost layer of the wall of microsporangium is called
Q2 | Pollen grains represent
Q3 | Tapetum provides
Q4 | In triple fusion, how many male gamete participate ?
Q5 | Germpores are actually
Q6 | Radicle tip is derived from
Q7 | How many haploid nuclei are involved in double fertilization ?
Q8 | Endothecium in anther helps in
Q9 | The intine of a pollen grain is made up of
Q10 | Which is the most resistant natural organic material ?
Q11 | Style is
Q12 | Nucellus is mass of
Q13 | Which one of the following is the example of mitosis ?
Q14 | Typical anther normally consists of
Q15 | During the development of monosporic development of embryo sac the nucleus of the functional megaspore divides
Q16 | Cross pollination has an advantage of
Q17 | Unisexual flowers prevent
Q18 | The functionof the filiform apparatus is
Q19 | Which one of the following is an example of free-nuclear endosperm
Q20 | The protective cover of the radicle in maize seed is called
Q21 | In angiosperm the endosperm is formed
Q22 | Stamen show homology with
Q23 | The pedicel of the female flower coils after pollination in
Q24 | The arrangement of the ? haploid nuclei in the normal dicot embryo sac is
Q25 | In the flowering plants, male and female gametes both are