MCQs Horticulture [5]

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_______________ _ is the type of bond that links amino acids together in proteins


3. _______ are a group of pigments found in many plants and fruits. They act as precursors to vitamin A, essential for vision and other bodily functions.


4. We eat many different parts of plants! ___________ is actually a fruit


5. Calyx and corolla together are called__________________?


6. Which of the following is a characteristic of dicots?


7. In plants, ____________ is the process where pollen grains are transferred from the stamen (male part) of one flower to the stigma (female part) of a different plant.


8. _____________ is a gaseous plant hormone


9. Red color in chilies is due to _________





10. Pungency in garlic is due to _________





11. _______  is a member of Solanaceae  family


12. Calvin cycle is a light-independent process that plants use to convert _____ into glucose.


13. Some flowers open or close in response to temperature changes. Rapid movements, generally non-direction, in response to temperature is called ____________


14. Indole-3-acetic acid is the most abundant naturally occurring ______ in plants


15. ________ is a condition with reduced chlorophyll contents


16. In flowering plants, ____________is a specialized outgrowth of parenchymatous tissue located on the inner wall of the ovary. Ovules, which develop into seeds after fertilization, are attached to ____________.


17. _______ is considered anti-sterility vitamin


18. After developing inside a fruit or flower, seeds are dispersed by various mechanisms, known as ___________.


19. _________ is the enzyme responsible for CO2 fixation during the Calvin cycle


20. Pungency in chilies is due to _________





21. _______ is the movement of some organisms toward or away from a light source, often in response to finding favorable light conditions for growth or survival.





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