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11.) Out of 900 reported species of living gymnosperms, conifers are represented by about 500 species,
About 2,50,000 species of angiosperms (flowering plants) have also been reported in the world. The
vast and dominant woodlands in Europe, Asia, North America and mountains such as Himalayas are
wooded with _______.
Options are:
A.) All gymnosperms, except conifers
B.) Angiosperms and all gymnosperms except conifers
C.) Only conifers
D.) Only angiosperms
                        
12.) Which one of the following is not a function of bones.
Options are:
A.) Production of blood corpuscles
B.) Place for muscle attachment
C.) Secretion of hormones for calcium regulation in blood and bones
D.) Protection of vital organs
                        
13.) Plants absorb most part of water needed by them through their ____.
Options are:
A.) Root hairs
B.) Zone of elongation
C.) Embryonic zone
D.) Growing point
14.) Photo-oxidation is
Options are:
A.) Photorespiration, Photolysis, Light and Oxygen induced breakdown
B.) Photolysis
C.) Light and Oxygen induced breakdown
D.) Photorespiration
15.) Process of cell division can take place by
Options are:
A.) Mitosis & Heterosis
B.) Fusion
C.) Mitosis
D.) Heterosis
                        
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