CBSE Class 7 Science Reproduction in Plants MCQs

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Reproduction in Plants

1.  The production of new individuals from their parents is known as ______ 

a.  Reproduction  b.  Production c.  Vegetative propagation d.  Sprouting

2.  The process by which plants give rise to new plants without seeds is called 

a.  Sexual Reproduction  b.  Asexual Reproduction c.  Vegetative Propagation  d.  Budding 

3.  Reproduction through the vegetative parts of a plant is known as 

a.  Sexual Reproduction  b.  Asexual Reproduction 

c.  Vegetative Propagation  d.  Pollination

4.  Male reproductive part of a plant is 

a.  Pores  b.  Pistil  c.  Stamen d.  Fusion

5.  Reproduction through spore formation takes place in 

a.  Fern  b.  Algae c.  Fungi  d.  Yeast

6.  Reproduction in yeast takes place by 

a.  zygote  b.  Spore formation c.  Fragmentation d.  Budding

7.  The flowers which contain either only the pistil or only the stamens are called 

a.  Unisexual flowers b.  Bisexual flowers  c.  Asexual flowers d.  None of the above

8.  The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of a flower is called 

a.  Budding  b.  Spore formation c.  Fragmentation d.  Pollination

9.  The cell  which results after fusion of the gametes is called 

a.  Spore b.  Embryo c.  Zygote d.  Pistil

10. The female reproductive part of a plant is ( )

a.  Pistil b.  Stamen c.  Bud  d.  Spore



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