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Auxin, Gibberellins and Abscisic Acid MCQ with Answers PDF Download eBook

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MCQ: The food reserves in the aleuronic layer are converted to carbohydrates for seed growth. What's the first thing aleuronic gets converted into?

  1. amylase
  2. starch
  3. maltose
  4. glucose

B

MCQ: An Auxin is produced in which part of the plant?

  1. growing root tips only
  2. growing shoot tips only
  3. old roots
  4. growing root and shoot tips

D

MCQ: The stem elongation is controlled through

  1. gibberellins
  2. auxins
  3. abscisic acid
  4. cytokines

A

MCQ: The plant hormone that responds to environmental stress and dormancy is called

  1. gibberellins
  2. auxins
  3. abscisic acid
  4. cytokines

C

MCQ: Which statement is correct about Lateral buds?

  1. produced in the presence of auxin
  2. inhibited to develop due to abscisic acid
  3. produced in the presence of gibberellins
  4. inhibited in the presence of auxin

D