Zigya Logo

Chapter Chosen

Reproduction in Organisms

Book Chosen

Biology

Subject Chosen

Biology

Book Store

Download books and chapters from book store.
Currently only available for.
CBSE Gujarat Board Haryana Board

Previous Year Papers

Download the PDF Question Papers Free for off line practice and view the Solutions online.
Currently only available for.
Class 10 Class 12

What is common between vegetative reproduction and apomixis?

  • Both are applicable to only dicot plants

  • Both bypass the flowering phase

  • Both occur round the year

  • Both produces progeny identical to the parent


D.

Both produces progeny identical to the parent

Both vegetative and apomixis are an asexual reproduction. The progeny produced are genetically similar to a parent and are called clone.

Both vegetative and apomixis are an asexual reproduction. The progeny produced are genetically similar to a parent and are called clone.

728 Views . 10 Shares

Micropropagation is based on :
  • (A) tissue culture
  • (B) hybridization
  • (C) microtomy
  • (D) genetic control.

A.

(A) tissue culture
918 Views . 11 Shares

Vegetative type of reproduction means :
  • (A) plant portion is used as a means of propagation
  • (B) seed is used as a means of propagation
  • (C) flower is used as a means of propagation
  • (D) None of the above.

A.

(A) plant portion is used as a means of propagation
958 Views . 7 Shares

Bryophyllum is vegetatively propagated by :
  • (A) Bulbil 
  • (B) Leaf buds
  • (C) rhizome
  • (D) Offset.

B.

(B) Leaf buds
854 Views . 11 Shares

Testa and tegmen are present in :
  • (A) flower
  • (B) ovary
  • (C) seed
  • (D) seed coat.

D.

(D) seed coat.
2138 Views . 4 Shares

The entry of pollen tube into embryo sac through the integuments is termed as :
  • (A) porogamy
  • (B) chalazogamy
  • (C) mesogamy
  • (D) Both (a) and (b)

C.

(C) mesogamy
1067 Views . 9 Shares

1.png
curious learner
Do a good deed today
Refer a friend to Zigya