Reproduction in plants – General Science quiz class 7

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Class 7 General Science, Chapter # 3, MCQs with answers 

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General Science class 7 chapter 3

Class 7 General Science, Chapter # 3, online quiz

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1. _____ is the transfer of pollen grains from the another to the stigma of a flower on another plant of the same species.

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2. Self-pollination occurs between:

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3. Seed develops from:

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4. The filament of stamen holds the anther _____

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5. The pollen tube grows into the _____ of the carpel and reaches the ovule containing an egg

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6. ____ are usually green and leaf-like structures that protect the inner parts of the flower.

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7. ______ flowers are not brightly coloured and may have no nectar.

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8. ______ is the transfer of pollen grains from the stamen to the stigma of the same flower or to the different flower of the same plant.

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9. Which one of the following is not a reproductive structure:

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10. The flower is the _____ part of the flowering plants

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11. Some plants like strawberries and cactus, stem grows just above the surface of the soil and produces ______

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12. Ovary, style, and stigma are the three parts of each ______

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13. Plants that are identical to the parent because no mixing of male and female gametes take place in _____

 

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14. A sexual reproduction produces plants that are identical to the _____

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15. ____ are the male reproductive organs.

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16. Testa, endosperm, and embryo are collectively called the _____

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17. Cross pollination is responsible for bringing ______ among plants

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18. The sex cells are involved in

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19. _____ is the female reproductive organ

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20. Which one of the following is the female sex organ?

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21. The branches of jasmine and lachi are buried in the soil they develop roots and new plant is formed in

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22. The offspring arises from the body of parent in

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23. The wall of the ovary store food and make a _____

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24. The zygote develops into a ____

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25. The _____ nucleus from the pollen grains reaches the egg and a result fertilization occurs

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26. The pollen grains produces a pollen tube after falling on the ____

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27. Pollen grains are produced in the _____

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28. Potato tubers are grown and their eyes or buds develop into new plants in the method of

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29. _____ is the fusion of male and female sex cells, to form zygote.

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30. One parent is involved to produce offsprings in _______

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31. The branch which goes under the soil is cut off from the main plant which grows independently in

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32. The stem which grows just above of the soil and produces buds, these buds are detached from the parent plant and grow into new plant in

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33. Each _____  consist of a long filament and anther.

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34. The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma of the carpel is called

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35. _____ is known as vegetative reproduction or vegetative propagation.

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36. Pollination is necessary for successful ________

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37. Male and female sex cells fuse together to form

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38. Asexual reproduction in plants is a kind of reproduction in which only ____ parent plant is involved.

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39. _____ are developed from the ovule after fertilization.

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40. Potato is asexually produced through:

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41. When the cut stems or branches of rose and mint are placed in the soil, they develop into new plants are example of:

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42. ____ are often brightly coloured and leaf-like parts.

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43. Cutting are grafted on other plants of same kind, to improve quality and quantity of yield is

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44. Sepals and petals are _____ parts of the flower.

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