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problem1) Match the following in column A with those of column B.

Column A                                                                   Column B                   

i. Ginkgo biloba                                                          a. Crocus sativus            
ii. Pearl sago                                                              b. Largest flower                   
iii. Phylloclade                                                             c. Cycas                                                      
iv. Keasr/Zafran                                                         d. Living fossil                   
v. Amorphophallus titanium                                         e. Ruscus

problem2.a) Draw labeled diagrams of the following:

i) Androecium of Pisum sativum showing (9+1) arrangement of stamens.

ii) L. S. of apple fruit.

iii) Cross section of coffee berry showing its component parts.

iv) A diagrammatic representation of collenchyma cells.

v) Megasporophyll of Cycas revoluta

b) Give the botanical names of the following:

i) Cardamom

ii) Sunflower

iii) Sweet potato

iv) Ergot

v) Wheat

problem3. a) Briefly describe the following terms and prepare the name of the family where the structure is found:

i) Capitulum Inflorescence

ii) Cyathium Inflorescence

iii) Protogynous flowers

iv) Obdiplostemonous Androecium

v) Clum

b) Depict the following through clear and labelled diagram

i) T. S. of coralloid root of Cycas

ii) Different types of vascular bundles

iii) L. S. of bulb of Onion.

iv) L. S. of nutmeg seed

v) Floral diagram of Salvia spp.

problem4) Name the families in which these structures are found:

i) Protandrous flowers

ii) Cystoliths

iii) Spadix Inflorescence

iv) Replum

v) Copra

problem5) describe the unique features of the following plants:

i) Leaves of Pinus

ii) Root of a mangrove tree

iii) Epidermis of Nerium leaf.

iv) Leaves of Nepenthes sp.

v) Pith of Ephedra foliate stem

problem6) describe the reproductive structures with proper diagram of cycads.

problem7) Differentiate among Black tea, Green tea & Oolong tea and prepare the biochemical changes that occur during black tea preparation.

problem8) List major differences between a dicotyledonous and a monocotyledonous root.

problem9) List any ten plant species from which spices are obtained. Give their botanical name, their morphology and plant parts that are used as spices.

problem10) Differentiate between following:

i) Monocotyledonous leaf & dicotyledonous leaf.

ii) Difference between gymnosperms & Angiosperms.

problem11) i) prepare the botanical names of four medicinal plants.

ii) Give the name of four fibre yielding plants.

iii) Types of vegetable oils.

problem12) describe legume and why they are helpful for other crops. Also A gives botanical names of any five legumes.

problem13) Compare the families Apocynaceae & Asclepiadaceae. Mention their similarities and differences also.

problem14) Compare the families Arecaceae & Liliaceae with the reference to the following features: Leaf, inflorescence, flowers, androecium, gynoecium.

problem15) i) prepare brief note on economic significance of Gymnosperms.

ii) prepare short note on the phylogeny of the carpel.

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