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Multiple Choice Quiz on Mycorrhiza

This quiz is designed to assess your basic knowledge in ‘mycorrhiza’. Questions come under ‘medium’ category. Choose the best answer from the four options given. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Score'. Percentage score will be displayed along with right answers.
Endomycorrhizae and  Ectomycorrhizae

1. Mycorrhiza is correctly described as
parasitic association between roots and some fungi
symbiosis of algae and fingi
relation of ants with the stem of some trees
symbiotic relationship between fungi and roots of some higher plants
2. Mycorrhiza act as
modified root
a root hair in adverse conditions
mechanical tissue foe support
an organism for vegetative propagation

3. Mycorrhiza helps in absorption of mainly
calcium
nutrient
phosphate
water

4. Mycorrhiza promotes plant growth by
absorbing inorganic ions from soil
heliping the plant in utilizing atmospheric nitrogen
serving as plant growth gregulator
proteing plant from infection

5. Mycoorhize are formed by many members of the genus
Rhizobium
Azotobacter
Azospirillium
Glomus

6. Mycorrhiza exhibits the phenomenon of
parasitism
antagonism
protocoperation
symbiosis

7. VAM stands for
Vascular Mycorrhize
Vesicular Mycorrhizae
Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhiza
Vascular Arbuscular Mycorrhiza

8. The endomycorrhizae are found in
grasses
herbaceous plants
woody plants
all type of plants

9. The ectomycorrhizae are commonly found in
5% of plant families
10% of plant families
50% of plant families
75% of plant families

10. The ectomycorrhizas form an intercellular network in root cortex known as
haustoria
vescicles
arbuscules
hartig net

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