NEET Mock Test on Plant Physiology

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Plant Physiology NEET Mock Test

Questions in this NEET Mock Test are taken from following Chapters

  • Transport in Plants
  • Mineral Nutrition
  • Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
  • Respiration in Plants
  • Plant Growth and Development

Note : All these Questions of Plant Physiology NEET Mock Test are directly taken from our favorite NCERT Textbook and Previous year Questions Papers.

No. of Questions in Mock Test 50 with Explanation
Time for each Questions 60 Seconds
Attempts Allowed Unlimited
Available Always
Pass Percentage 70 %

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Chapterwise Biology Quizzes

Plant Physiology Mock Test NEET

#1. In Kranz anatomy, the bundle sheath cells have

#2. CAM helps the plants in

CAM plants are extreme xerophytes.

#3. The C4 plants are photosynthetically more efficient than C3 plants because

CH4 plants have large number of chloroplast and lack photorespiration.

#4. What is the role of NAD+ in cellular respiration?

In cellular respiration, NAD act as an electron carrier.

#5. The overall goal of glycolysis, Krebs cycle and the electron transport system is the formation of:

#6. Glycolysis

#7. Auxin can be bioassayed by

#8. During seed germination its stored food is mobilized by

Gibberellin as it helps in regulating growth and flowering in plants. It also helps in elongation of cells in plants, which causes elongation of shoot. It is considered as a growth hormone in plants.

#9. Root development is promoted by

Auxins promote root initiation. Auxin induces both, growth of pre-existing roots and adventitious root formation i.e., branching of the roots.

#10. Which of the following statements does not apply to reverse osmosis?

#11. Which one of following will not directly affect transpiration?

External factors affecting the rate of transpiration are: atmospheric humidity, temperature, light, wind velocity, atmospheric pressure and available soil water.

Some internal factors also affect rate of transpiration e.g., leaf area, leaf structure and age of plants.

#12. The lower surface of leaf will have more number of stomata in a

NCERT Class 11 Page No.187 ( 11.4 2nd Paragraph 1st line)

#13. The form of sugar transport through phloem is

NCERT Class 11 Page No.190 ( 11.6 2nd Paragraph 1st Line)

#14. Which of the following is an example of imbibition?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.183 1st Line

#15. The process of guttation takes place

#16. When a plant part undergoes senescence, the nutrients may be

NCERT Class 11 Page No.176 (1st Paragraph 5th Line)

#17. Cell wall is

#18. Water will move from

#19. Mark the mismatched pair.

#20. Which one of the following roles is not the characteristic of an essential element?

#21. Which one of the following statements can best explain the term critical concentration of an essential element?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.198 ( 12.2.3 3rd Line from Top)

#22. Deficiency symptoms of an element tend to appear first in young leaves. It indicates that the element is relatively immobile. Which one of the following elemental deficiency would show such symptoms?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.198 (Last line of Page)

In NCERT Calcium is Also mentioned so please keep in mind

#23. Which one of the following symptoms is not due to manganese toxicity in plants?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.199 ( 12.2.4 12th line from Top)

#24. With regard to the Biological Nitrogen Fixation by Rhizobium in association with soyabean, which one of the following statement/statements does not hold true

NCERT Class 11 Page No.202 & 203

#25. Plants can be grown in (Tick the incorrect option)

#26. Which element plays an important role in opening and closing of stomata?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.197 (Potassium: 4th line)

#27. Which essential nutrient in plant is required in greatest amount?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.197 (Nitrogen: 2nd line)

#28. The enzyme nitrogenase is

NCERT Class 11 Page No.202 (last paragraph 3rd line)

#29. Which cells are divided for nodule formation?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.203 (Figure 12.4 and it’s summary)

#30. Which metal ion is a constituent of chlorophyll?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.196 ( point 2nd of essential elements)

magnesium in chlorophyll and phosphorous in ATP).

#31. Which pigment acts directly to convert light energy into chemical energy?

#32. Which range of wavelength (in nm) is called Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR)?

#33. Which light range is most effective in photosynthesis?

NCERT Class 11 Page No.211 (First Paragraph 1st line)

#34. Chemosynthetic bacteria obtain energy from

#35. Energy required for ATP synthesis in PSII comes from

NCERT Class 11 Page No.212 ( 13.6.1 )

#36. Dark reaction in photosynthesis is so called because

NCERT Class 11 Page No.209 (13.3 3rd Paragraph 5th line from below)

#37. Splitting of water is associated with

NCERT Class 11 Page No.213 (last Paragraph 1st line)

#38. Calvin cycle occurs in

Calvin cycle is the fixation of carbon dioxide and is a series of redox reactions that take place in the stroma of chloroplasts and contains three different steps carboxylation, reduction and regeneration of RuBP.

#39. Photorespiration takes place in

#40. The ultimate electron acceptor of respiration in an aerobic organism is

NCERT Class 11 Page No.231

#41. Phosphorylation of glucose during glycolysis is catalysed by

NCERT Class 11 Page No.229 1st Paragraph 6th line from top

#42. Mitochondria are called powerhouses of the cell. Which of the following observations supports this statement?

Mitochondria are the sites of aerobic respiration. They produce cellular energy in the form of ATP , hence they are called power houses of the cell.

#43. The end product of oxidative phosphorylation is

#44. Pyruvic acid, the key product of glycolysis, can have many metabolic fates. Under aerobic condition it forms

#45. Ethylene is used for

NCERT Class 11 Page No.250 ( 15.4.3.4 6th line from top )

#46. Coconut milk contains

NCERT Class 11 Page No.249 (15.4.3.3 5th line from top)

#47. The effect of apical dominance can be overcome by which of the following hormone

NCERT Class 11 Page No.250 2nd line from Top

#48. Plasticity in plant growth means that

#49. To increase the sugar production in sugarcanes, they are sprayed with

NCERT Class 11 Page No.249 ( 15.4.3.2 2nd Paragraph 2nd line)

#50. ABA acts antagonistic to

NCERT Class 11 Page No.250 ( 15.4.3.5 last line )

NCERT Line : ABA acts as an antagonist to GAs

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  1. Thank you so much to all vedantu team for this kind of questions. It will us a whole revision of chapter thank you all
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  2. pure NCERT based questions…….but i think you should also add assertion reason type and statement type questions ….btw nice test

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