Reproduction – MDCAT Biology Chapter 18

Reproduction Chapter 18 Biology 10th MCQs for MDCAT Test Preparation with answers key, This Online Test will help you to prepare for Admission to Medical Universities i.e Jinnah Sindh Medical University, King Edward Medical University, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Liaquat University of Medical And Health Sciences. Asexual reproduction in plants, which produce seeds without that flowers being fertilized is called: Apomixis A group of genetically identical offspring produced by asexual method called: Clone If the two fusing gametes are different in size or shape and their fusion lead to formation of new, individual, then this is called: Isogamy Production of two different types of gametes, one is male and monk, other Is female non-motile having stored food material is called: Heterogamy The unisexual flower are called: Carpellate The embryo and its food supply are enclosed by a . Seed-coat The embryo of a grass seed is enclosed by a sheath consisting of a: Coleorhiza Kind of inflorescence in which flowers are sessile and unisexual is: Catkin Inflorescence in which flowers have pedicels of unequal length is called: Corymb Cymose inflorescence includes: Monochasial

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