EAMCET Medical Question Papers 1991

EAMCET Medical Question Papers 1991EAMCET Medical Question Papers 1991.

EAMCET i.e. Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test 1991 Exam Has been Conducted by JNT University Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. This EAMCET 1991 examination is the procedure to get the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh (APEAMCET).

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1. The earlier institute established at Pusa, is now called as
1) BIs 2) ICAR 3) IARi 4) CsIR

2. Balancing roots are seen in
(1) Dolichos (2) Pistia (3) Piper (4) Vanda

3. Root, stem and leaf are all modified in
(1) Dracaena (2) Aloe (3) Asparagus (4) Opuntia

4. The following features is found in both Balanophora and Casuarina
(1) Parasitism (2) Tree habit (3) Scale leaves (4) Phyllode

5. The following plant produces both offsets and bulbils
(1) Chrysanthemum (2) Oxalis (3) Agave (4) Bryophyllum

6. Inflorescence in Jatropha is a
(1) monochasial scorpioid cyme (2) polychasial cyme
(3) dichasial cyme (4) solitary flower

7. In Fabaceae, the floral structures which enclose the essential organs are
(1) posterior petals (2) lateral petals (3) sepals (4) anterior petals

8. Geitonogamy is found in
(1) Sorghum (2) Erythrina (3) Hydrilla (4) Maize

9. Modification of bract in Typhonium is a
(1) Scale (2) Spathe (3) Involucre (4) Glume

10. Free central placentation is found in
(1) Raphanus (2) Dianthus (3) Dolichos (4) Helianthus

11. The position of the micropyle’ found in an orthotropous ovule are turned down about 160° (degrees) with
reference to the funicle. In addition the ovule and embryo sac are curved. Such a type of ovule is called as
(1) Anatropous (2) Campylotropous (3) Hemitropous (4) Amphitropous

12. Scale bark is seen in
(1) Terminalia (2) Mangifera (3) Psidium (4) Neem

13. The scientific term which is not related to the primary constriction of a chromosome is
(1) Centromere (2) Kinomere (3) Kinetochore (4) Chromomere

14. Asafoetida is a
(1) Tannin (2) oleoresin (3) latex (4) gum resin

15. The haploid Chromosome number in Saccharum officinale is as many times greater in the following as
that of Zeamays
(1) four-fold (2) two-fold (3) six-fold (4) three-fold

EAMCET Medical Botany 1991 Question Paper