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 Morphology of Flowering Plants

Online Biology Class 

  • Following is the list of topics that are covered during online biology classes for NEET preparation.

  • After completion of all the topics of the chapter, MCQs based on NEET Pattern questions are discussed.

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5.22 Flower

  • Structure of Flower

  • Parts of a Typical Flower

  • Calyx

  • Corolla

  • Perianth

  • Androecium

  • Gynoecium

5.23 Taxonomic Description of Flower

  • Flower

  • Pedicel

  • Pedicellate

  • Sessile

  • Staminate

  • Pistillate

  • Presence of floral whorls

  • Complete

  • Incomplete

  • Hermaphrodite or bisexual or perfect

  • Unisexual or imperfect

  • Neurter

  • Polygamous

  • Monoecious

  • Dioecious

  • Floral symmeter

  • Actinomorphic

  • Zygomorphic

  • Asymmetric

  • Arrangement of floral organs

  • Cyclic

  • Acyclic

  • Spirocyclic

  • Position of floral parts on thalamus in respect to ovary

  • Hypogynous or superior ovary

  • Perigynous

  • Epigynous or inferior ovary

  • Number of floral parts

  • Isomerous

  • Dimerous

  • Trimerous

  • Tetramerous

  • Pentamerous

  • Heteromerous

  • Bracts and bracteoles

  • Bracteate

  • Leafy bracts

  • Spathe

  • Involucres

  • Petaloid bracts

  • glumes

  • Ebracteate

  • Bracteole

  • Bracteolate

  • Ebracteolate

  • Epicalyx

5.24 Calyx

  • Color

  • Sepaloid

  • Petaloid

  • Cohesion

  • Polysephalous

  • Gamosepalous

  • Toothed

  • Fid

  • Partite

  • Shape

  • Pappus

  • Spurred

  • Spinous

  • Companulate

  • Cupulate

  • Urceolate

  • Infundibuliform

  • Hooded

  • Bilabiate

  • Tubular

  • Aestivation

  • Valvate

  • Induplicate

  • Reduplicate

  • Involucres

  • Twisted (contorted)

  • Imbricate

  • Quincuncial

  • Duration of calyx

  • Persistent

  • Caduceus

  • Deciduous

5.25 Corolla

  • Cohesion

  • Polypetalous

  • Gamopetalous

  • Shape

  • Cruciform

  • Caryophyllaceous

  • Rosaceous

  • Papilionaceous

  • Infundibuliform

  • Campanulate

  • Tubular

  • Hypocrateriform

  • Rotate

  • Bilabiate

  • Ligulate

  • Aestivation

  • Open

  • Valvate

  • Induplicate

  • Reduplicate

  • Involute

  • Twisted(or contorted)

  • Imbricate

  • Ascending imbricate

  • Descending imbricate or vexillary

  • Quincuncial

  • Perianth

  • Tepals

5.26 Androecium

  • Cohesion of stamens

  • Monadelphous

  • Diadelphous

  • Polyadelphous

  • Syngenesious

  • Synandrous

  • Polyandrous

  • Adhesion of stamens

  • Epipetalous

  • Epitepalous(epiphyllous)

  • Gynandrous

  • Insertion of stamens

  • Haplostemonous

  • Antesepalous

  • Diplostemonous

  • Obdiplostemonous

  • Polystemonous

  • Size of the stamens

  • Didynamous

  • Tetradynamous

  • Position of stamens

  • Inserted

  • Exerted

  • Number or anther lobes or thecae

  • Dithecous

  • Monothecous

  • Fixation of anthers

  • Basifixed(innate)

  • Adnate

  • Dorsifixed

  • Versatile

  • Dehiscence of anthers

  • Longitudinal

  • Introrse

  • Extrorse

  • Latrorse

  • Transverse

  • Valvular

  • Porous

  • Irregular

5.27 Gynoecium

  • Number of carpels

  • Monocarpellary

  • Bicarpellar

  • Tricarpellary

  • Tetracarpellary

  • Pentacarpellary

  • Multicarpellary

  • Cohesion of carpels

  • Apocarpous

  • Syncarpous

  • Position of ovary

  • Superior

  • Semi-inferior

  • Inferior

  • Number of locules

  • Unilocular

  • Bilocular

  • Trilocular

  • Tetralocular

  • Pentalocular

  • Multilocular

5.28 Placentation type

  • Marginal

  • Axile

  • Parietal

  • Free-central

  • Basal

  • Superficial

  • Style

  • Terminal

  • Lateral

  • Gynobasic

  • Sylopodium

  • Stigma

  • Capitates

  • Discoid

  • Plumose

  • Dumb-bell shaped

  • Bifid

  • Linear

  • sticky

5.29 Fruit

  • Structure of Fruit

  • Classification of Fruits

5.30 Simple fruit

  • Dry simple fruit

  • Dehiscent dry fruits

  • Legume

  • Follicle

  • Siliqua

  • Capsule

  • Schizocarpic dry fruits

  • Lomentum

  • Cremocarp

  • Regma

  • Carcerule

  • Indehiscent dry fruits

  • Achene

  • Caryopsis

  • Cypsela

  • Nut

  • Samara

  • Fleshy simple fruits

  • Berry

  • Hesperidium

  • Pepo

  • Drupe

  • Balausta

  • Amphisacra

  • Pome

5.31 Aggregate fruits

  • Etaerio of follicles

  • Etaerio of achenes

  • Etaerio of drupes

  • Etaerio of berries

5.32 Multiple or composite fruits

  • Sorosis

  • syconus

  • Biological Significance of Fruit Formation

5.33 Seed

  • Parts of a seed

  • Seed coat

  • Testa

  • Tegmen

  • Hilum

  • Micropyle

  • Chalaza

  • Raphe

  • Embryo

  • Radical

  • Plumule

  • cotyledons

  • Albuminous and Exalbuminous Seeds

  • Structure of Bean Seed(An Example of a Dicotyledonous Nonendospermic Seed)

  • Structure of Maize Grain (An Example of a Monocotyledonous Endospermic Seed)

  • Physiological Enigma

5.34 Dispersal of Fruits and Seeds

  • Autochory

  • Anemochory

  • Light weight and minute seeds

  • Winged seeds and fruits

  • Parachute like pappus

  • Parachute like coma

  • Censer mechanism

  • Balloon like appendages

  • Rolling mechanism

  • Hydrochory

  • zoochory

5.35 Proforma of Taxonomic Description of a Plant

  • Habit

  • Root

  • Stem

  • Leaf

  • Inflorescence

  • Flower

  • Calyx

  • Corolla

  • Perianth

  • Androecium

  • Gynoecium

  • Fruits

  • Floral Formula

  • Floral Diagram

  • Taxonomic Description of some important Families

  • Fabaceae(=Papillionaceae or Pea Family)

  • Solanaceae

  • Liliaceae(Lily Family)

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