Support and Movement – MDCAT Biology, Chapter 16 – Level 1

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Support and Movement - Level 1

Chapter 16 - MDCAT Biology - Test Preparation MCQs

Read these Multiple Choice Questions of Support and Movement MDCAT Chapter 16 and start the online test.

  1. Cytoplasmic streaming is called:Cyclosis
  2. Protoplasm possesses special characteristics of due to change in environment.Irritability
  3. The outer most layer of thin walled cells of young stem is:Epidermis
  4. Uniformly thick, heavily lignified secondary walls which give strength to the plant body are all characteristics of:Sclerenchyma
  5. Simple living tissue, elongated, irregularly thickened walls is:Collenchyma
  6. Tissues, which are formed by the activity of vascular cambium and cork cambium are called.Secondary tissues
  7. Elongated cells with tapered ends, tough and strong but flexible, are all characteristics of:Fibers
  8. The growth in the apex of young stem takes place in zigzag manner due to an alternate change in growth rate on Opposite site of the apex, this movement is called:Nutation
  9. When movement occurs due to faster growth on the upper side of the organ is known as:Epinastic
  10. When movement occurs due to faster growth on lower surface of the growing organ, it is known as:Hyponastic

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Cytoplasmic streaming is called:

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Protoplasm possesses special characteristics of due to change in environment.

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The outer most layer of thin walled cells of young stem is:

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Uniformly thick, heavily lignified secondary walls which give strength to the plant body are all characteristics of:

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Simple living tissue, elongated, irregularly thickened walls is:

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Tissues, which are formed by the activity of vascular cambium and cork cambium are called.

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Elongated cells with tapered ends, tough and strong but flexible, are all characteristics of:

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The growth in the apex of young stem takes place in zigzag manner due to an alternate change in growth rate on Opposite site of the apex, this movement is called:

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When movement occurs due to faster growth on the upper side of the organ is known as:

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When movement occurs due to faster growth on lower surface of the growing organ, it is known as:

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