Category : 7th Grade

Reproduction In Plants Trivia Quiz For 7th Grade Students

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New organisms are produced by the process of reproduction and it is a biological and fundamental process for all living organisms. In plants, reproduction takes place by sexual reproduction or asexual reproduction. Many students take the seventh exam every year. But some students do not get good marks which makes it difficult for their further studies because it indicate that the concept of the student is not clear. So take this quiz and get some good questions about the chapter Reproduction in plants for exam practice.

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1. The reproductive part of plant is ...

112258 Leaf
112259 Stem
112260 Root
112261 Flower

2. The process of fusion of the male and the female gametes are called ...

112262 Fertilisation
112263 Pollination
112264 Reproduction
112265 Seed formation

3. Mature ovary forms the ...

112266 Seed
112267 Stamen
112268 Fruit
112269 Pistil

4. A spore-producing organism is ...

112270 Rose
112271 Bread mould
112272 Potato
112273 Ginger

5. Bryophyllum can reproduce by its ...

112274 Stem
112275 Leaves
112276 Root
112277 Fruit

6. Onion and gladiola grow from which of the following parts?

112278 Bulbs
112279 Roots
112280 Spores
112281 Stem

7. The small bulb-like projection coming out of yeast is known as...

112282 Bud
112283 Seed
112284 Fragment
112285 Spore

8. The hydra produces by ...

112286 Spores
112287 Fusion of gametes
112288 Budding
112289 Fragmentation

9. Which of the following, does not have bisexual flowers?

112290 Papaya
112291 Rose
112292 Petunia
112293 Mustard

10. Which of the following is the male reproductive part of the flower?

112294 Root
112295 Stamen
112296 Pistil
112297 Stem

11. The fusion of gametes from a fertilized egg which is also known as ...

112298 Seed
112299 Embryo
112300 Ovary
112301 Zygote

12. Which plant gives rise to new plants by roots?

112302 Rose
112303 Ginger
112304 Orchids
112305 Sweet Potato
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