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Multiple Choice Quiz on Inflorescence

In angiosperms , the flower occur singly or in groups. When a flower arises singly it is called a solitary flower. A group of flowers are variously clustered together is called inflorescence. The inflorescence  may be divided into two main groups, they are racemose and cymose. Read more>>
inflorescence
1. When the flower appear to arise from a single point, the inflorescence is
capitulum
umbel
corymb
raceme
2. Verticellaster is a special type of
flower
seed
inflorescence
leaf modification
3. In Maize and banana, inflorescence is
spadix
spike
catkin
corymb
4. Ficus is an example of which kind of inflorescence?
raceme
hypanthodium
cyanthium
spike
5. When pedicillate, bisexual flowers are borne acropetallty, it is
head
spikelet
raceme
spike
6. The characteristic type of inflorescence in Corrindrum is
corymb
compound spike
compound capitulum
compound umbel
7. Coralla is infundibuliform in
Pea
Petunia
Sunflower
Solanum
8. The capitulum consists of
ray florets only
disc florets only
ray florets and disc florets
none of these
9. The ratio of female to male flowers is 1:infinity in
cyanthium
catkin
verticillaster
hypanthodium
10. Which inflorescence is of determinate growth?
raceme
spike
cyme
panicle
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