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Multiple Choice Quiz on Pteridophytes

Cryptogams are plants which do not produce flowers  and fruits .The cryptogams include algae, fungi, lichen, bryophytes and pteridophytes. Except pteridophytes  all others are the lower cryptogams, as they do not possess true vascular  cryptogams, as they do not possess true vascular tissue for conduction. Pteridophytes are called vascular cryptogams. these are plants with well developed vascular system and they reproduce  by spores. In pteridophytes the real plant body is the sporophyte which is diploid and independent. Read more>>
Pteridophytes
1. Pteridophytes as a group differ from bryophytes in the
archegonia
motile sperms
presence of vascular tissue
alternation of generations

2. Which of the following group of plants were the first to become sporophytic?
bryophytes
pteridophytes
angiosperms
gymnosperms

3. Sporangia bearing leaf is called a
sorus
Sporophyll
Ramentum
Indusium

4. Heterospory is production of
diploid and tetraploid spores
sexual and asexual spores
large and small spores
haploid and diploid spores

5. Megasporophyll of Pteridophytes is comparable to which structure of angiosperms
Stamens
Ovule
Carpel
Microsporophyll

6. Seed habit originated in
Algae
Fungi
Bryophytes
Pteridophytes

7. Formation of sporophyte from a vegetative portion of prothallus without sexual fusion is called
Apogamy
Apospory
Apomixis
Apocarpy

8. Megasporophyll of Selaginella is comparable to which structure of angiosperms?
Carpel
Ovule
Stamen
Leaf

9. Fern stele is a
Protostele
Dictyostele
Siphonostele
None of these

10. Spore dissemination in many ferns is affected by
Indusium
Sorus
Annulus
Tapetum

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