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MCQs Set 1 (in Hindi)
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important org k bare me bto ji..
sir transport in plants ka course upload kijiye na...Neet 2020 k liyee...pls
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sir plant physiology ke chapters ki theory bhi kara do nabplzzz
Very very Thank you sir. But in Q 10 yadi cell fully plasmolysed ha to DPD = OP +TP hona chaiea. Please...
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  3. 1. A cell under goes de-plasmolysis, if it is kept in (AIPMT 2004) (a) Hypertonic (b) Hypotonic (c) Alkaline solution (d) Acidic solution

  4. 2. Of the total water absorbed by the plant the active absorption is about : (BHU 1990, AIPMT 1995) (a) 95% (b) Less than 5% (c) 50% (d) 20%

  5. 3. The amount of water lost due to transpiration in a herbaceous plant is about: (RPMT 1999) (a) 20% (b) Less than 10% (c) 50% (d) More than 90%

  6. 4. Conversion of starch to organic acid is essential for stomatal (AMU 2006) (a) Closure (b) Opening (c) Initiation (d) Growth

  7. 5. The plants die due to wilting when : (AIPMT 1992, CET 1997) (a) Available light is reduced to half (b) Xylem is blocked (c) A few roots are broken (d) Phloem is blocked

  8. 6. Increase in the CO2 concentration inside the leaf would cause : (AMU 1992; CPMT 1994) (a) Closure of stomata (b) Opening of stomata (c) No effect on stomata (d) Widening of stomata

  9. 7. The rate of transpiration is measured by: (CPMT 1994, 05, 09, BHU 2005) (a) Potometer (b) Porometer (c) Osmometer (d) Transpirometer

  10. 8. Osmoscope is used for : (CPMT 1988, 95) (a) Measuring OP (b) Measuring TP (c) Measuring water potential (d) Demonstrating osmosis

  11. 10. Osmotic pressure is equal to DPD when : (AIPMT 1995) (a) The cell is fully turgid (b) The cell is fully plasmolysed (c) The cell is semi-turgid (d) The cell is kept in isotonic solution