CIE Biology Paper-3: Specimen Questions with Answers 66 - 69 of 230

Question number: 66

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Question

In angiosperm male gametophyte is.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Stamen

b.

Anther

c.

Pollen

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Answer

c.

Explanation

Pollen are powder, which comes from plants and due to wind, water and bird’s pollen transfer from one place to another

Question number: 67

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A solution that has a higher concentration of solute than another solution A and a solution that has a lower concentration of solute than another solution is called B. Write the name of A and B.

Explanation

A is Hypertonic solution

B is Hypotonic solution

Passage

Above picture shows different leaf arrangements on petiole

Above Picture Shows Different Leaf Arrangements on Petiole

In given figure find out the name of different leaf arrangements labeled as A, B, C and D

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Figure shows Leafs arrangement on Petiole in different pattern. Find out the name s of such different patterns.

Explanation

A-Simple

B-pinnately compound

C-palmately compound

D-Doubly compound

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Give the two examples of Type B and Type C leaf arrangement.

Explanation

B-pinnately compound leaves: leaflets in pairs and attached along a central rachis; examples include ash, walnut, pecan, and rose.

C-palmately compound-leaflets attached at the same point at the end of the petiole; examples of plants with this leaf type include buckeye, horse chestnut, hemp or marijuana, and shamrock.

First image shows a example of pinnately compound leaf

First Image Shows a Example of Pinnately Compound Leaf

Given picture indicates pinnatery compound leaf (ash) and palmately compound leaf (horse chestnut)

image showsw an example of palmately compound leaf

Image Showsw an Example of Palmately Compound Leaf

Given picture indicates pinnatery compound leaf (ash) and palmately compound leaf (horse chestnut)