GAT Past Papers Botany
M.Phil Admission Test
Time Allowed: 40 Minutes
Part-4 GAT Past Papers
Q.No.1 Which algae have flagella?
Q.No.2 Heroine belongs to a family?
Q.No.3 Genetic properties of plants by_________?
This question needs an option. The question is not enough for description.
Q No.4 Paleobotany all of these?
Pollens study is Paleobotany
Q.No.5 Sunken stomata
Sunken stomata present in plants that have to preserve water. They are small pits that protect the loss of water from leaves.
Q.No.6 Inhibitors of Auxin?
Q.No.7 Euophobiacae family?
Q.No.8 What is vernalization?
Cooling of seed during germination in order to accelerate flowering when it is
Q.No.9 Family of atropine?
Q.No.10 What is saltation?
- Abrupt evolutionary change
- New genetic characters appear suddenly by saltation
- Sudden large-scale mutation
Q.No.11 What are cell wall fluids?
The fluid combination of proteins, phospholipids, and cholesterol is a plasma membrane.
Q.No.12 Glyoxylate cycle?
A variation of the tricarboxylic acid cycle, the glyoxaylate cycle, is an anabolic pathway occurring in bacteria, plants, fungi, and protists. The glyoxylate cycle has the main function of the conversion of acetyl-CoA to succinate to prepare or synthesis the carbohydrates.
Q.No.13 Parallel weathering?
The breakdown of rocks takes place in parallel form. It is weathering side by side.
Q.No.14 Water equality table?
Check the quality of water .water contain impurities.
Q.No.15 What are oxylophytes?
Plants that can tolerate acidic soils.
Q.No.16 What is frost wedging?
Mechanical weathering process induced by stress or created by the freezing of water
See on Goolge
It is red algae
Slender thread-like structure especially a microscopic appendage enables many Protozoa, bacteria, spermatozoa.
Q.No.20 What is the heat of fusion?
The amount of heat necessary to convert 1 g of a solid to a liquid with no alteration of temperature.
Q.No.21 What is a Devonian period?
Over 60 million years
Q.No.22 WUE of C3 plants?
C3 plants have a WUE efficiency of plants to use water.
Association btw green plants and root of fungus.
Q.No.24 Disarticulation of fossils?
It is a breakdown of fossils change surface by breaking
Q.No.25 Microscope use of pollens?
See the pollens under microscope developing pollen tube.
Q.No.26 What is oligotrophic?
It is an organism that can live in an environment that offers very low-level nutrition. They have low growth low metabolism.
Q.No.27 Give the Botanical name of watermelon?
Q.No.28 Kinase function?
Regulate the biological activities of protein by phosphorylation specific
Q.No.29 Cellular respiration produced compounds?
Water or energy
Q.No.30 Gultation reaction due to?
Reaction in which plants release extra water
They are spongy tissue that forms space of air channels in the leaves, stem, roots of some plants which allow the exchange of gasses between roots and shoots.
It is a technique used to make thin sections of a sample of the microscopic study.
Q.No.33 Biotic and Abiotic factors?
Biotic are living and abiotic non-living factors.
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