CBSE 12th Biology Board Exam 2021-22 (Term 1): Question Paper PDF & Latest Updates

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CBSE 12th Biology Board Exam 2021-22 (Term 1): Question Paper – Snapshot From Paper

CBSE 12th Biology Board Exam 2021-22 (Term 1): Question Paper PDF & Latest Updates

CBSE 12th Biology Board Exam 2021-22 (Term 1): Questions From Question Paper 

1. Enclosed within the integuments of a typical anatropous ovule is a diploid mass of cellular tissue known as:

(a) Megaspore mother cell

(b) Nucellus

(c) Synergids

(d) Embryo sac

2. Researchers the world over are trying to transfer apomictic genes to hybrid varieties as hybrid characters in the progeny:

(a) do not segregate

(b) Segregate

(d) develop genetic variations

(d) will remain unexpressed

3. The aquatic plant having long and ribbon like pollen grains is:

(a) Vallisneria

(b) Hydrilla

(c) Eicchornia

(d) Zostre

4. In a typical dicotyledonous embryo, the portion of embryonal axis above the level of cotyledons is:

(a) Plumule

(b) Coleoptile

(c) Epicotyl

(d) Hypocotyl

5. To overcome incompatible pollinations so as to get desired hybrids, a plant breeder must have the knowledge of

(a) pollen-nucellar interaction

(b) pollen-egs cell interaction

(c) pollen -pistil interaction

(d) pollen – embryo sac interaction

6. Pollen grains retain viability for months in plants belonging to different families given


(i) Solanaceae

(ii) Leguminosae

(iii) Gramineae

(iv) Rosaceae

(v) Liliaceae

The correct option is:

(a) (b), (ii) and (v)

(b) (i), (ii) and (iv)

(c) (i), (iv) and (v)

(d) (i)(iii) and (v)

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