Botany (Civil Service Examination), Questions and Answers, GK for UPSC, Bank PO & All Exams

1. Which one of the following statements regarding starch and cellulose is not correct? [1998]

2. It is possible to produce seedless tomato fruits by [1996]

3. In making the saffron spice, which one of the following parts of the plant is used? [2009]

4. Which one of the following is monogamous? [2002]

5. Soft drinks such as cocoa contain significant quantities of: [2000]

6. Which one of the following parts of the pitcher plant becomes modified into a pitcher? [2007]

7. Most of the desert plants bloom during night time because [1995]

8. Consider the following statements: [2009]
1. Sweet orange plant is propagated by grafting technique.
2. Jasmine plant is propagated by layering technique.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

9. Consider the following statements:
1. Molasses is a by-product of sugar production process.
2. Bagasse obtained in the sugar mills is used as a fuel in the boilers to generate steam for the sugar factories.
3. Sugar can only be produced from sugarcane as the raw material.
Which of these statements are correct?

10. Athlete's Foot is a disease'caused by [2001]

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