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FPSC Botany Lecturer Past Test questions Page-1. Following are the questions from Past FPSC Botany Lecturer Test Papers. View answers to the questions at the bottom of the page.

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1. Bioluminescence is a phenomenon associated with
(A) pyrrophyta
(B) chlorophyta
(C) chrysophyta
(D) phaeophyta

2. Antheridia of Funaria are
(A) rounded
(B) cylindrical
(C) club shaped
(D) oval

3. Which of the following is called Walking Fern?
(A) dryopteris
(B) adiantum
(C) aspidium
(D) pteris

4. Which of the following is an ongoing trend in the evolution of land plants
(A) decrease in the size of the leaf
(B) elimination of sperm cells or sperm nuclei
(C) replacement of roots by rhizoids
(D) reduction of the gametophyte phase of the life cycle

5. What causes a green plant to bend towards light as it grows
(A) because green plants are phototropic
(B) light stimulates plant cells on the lighted side to grow faster
(C) auxins accumulates on shaded side resulting greater cell elongation
(D) naturally plant grows towards light

6. Autoecology deals with
(A) ecology of species
(B) ecology of many species
(C) ecology of community
(D) all of these

7. Which one is the non-membranous organelle
(A) endoplasmic reticulum
(B) ribosome
(C) chloroplast
(D) nucleus

8. The crossing of F1 to any one of the parents is called
(A) test cross
(B) F1 cross
(C) back cross
(D) none of these

9. The tendency of population to remain in genetic equilibrium may be disturbed by
(A) random mating
(B) lack of random mating
(C) lack of mutations
(D) lack of migration

10. Which spore is on a club and results from the fusion of two nuclei from different strains of the same fungi
(A) conidiospore
(B) blastospore
(C) ascospore
(D) basidiospore

1(A) 2(C) 3(B) 4(D) 5(C)
6(A) 7(B) 8(C) 9(B) 10(D)

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