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Put a tick mark (✓) against the correct alternative in the following statement:

Diffusion occurs when molecules move:

  1. from lower concentration to higher concentration.
  2. from higher concentration to lower concentration through a membrane.
  3. from higher concentration to lower concentration.
  4. when energy is used.
[1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Chapter: [1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Concept: Concept of Diffusion

is the following statement  true (T) or false (F)? Mark T or F.

In Spirogyra, transport of materials takes place through osmosis.

[1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Chapter: [1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Concept: Concept of Diffusion

Define the term Diffusion

[1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Chapter: [1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Concept: Concept of Diffusion

How does transport of materials take place in unicellular plants?

[1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Chapter: [1] Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants
Concept: Concept of Diffusion

 Grafting is a method of:

  1. Artificial vegetative propagation
  2. Sexual reproduction
  3. Artificial pollination
  4. Cross-pollination
[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

What is vegetative reproduction?

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Briefly explain why a gardener prefers to grow certain plants vegetatively?

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Why is it disadvantageous to grow plants vegetatively?

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Write a short note on Micro propagation.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Write a short note on Bryophyllum.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Write a short note on Vegetative reproduction.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Write a short note on Grafting.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

With the help of suitable diagram, describe Binary fission in plants.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

With the help of suitable diagram, describe Budding in yeast cell.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Multiple choice question. Tick (✓) the correct choice:

The common method of reproduction in bacteria is

  1. budding
  2. fragmentation
  3. binary fission
  4. all the above
[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Multiple choice question. Tick (✓) the correct choice:

Budding is commonly seen in

  1. yeast
  2. grasses
  3. Amoeba
  4. Spirogyra
[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Multiple choice question. Tick (✓) the correct choice:

Reproduction or propagation by stem is common in

  1. begonia
  2. potato
  3. sweet potato
  4. Bryophyllum
[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Fill in the blank:

Budding is a kind of _________ reproduction.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Fill in the blank:

The amount of cytoplasm in the parent cell is _____ than the amount in the bud.

 

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction

Fill in the blank:

Yeast cells reproduce by ________.

[2] Reproduction in Plants
Chapter: [2] Reproduction in Plants
Concept: Concept of Asexual Reproduction
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