MCQ on Anatomy of Monocot Stem




A monocot stem consists of epidermis with stomata, a scattered arrangement of vascular bundles containing xylem and phloem, and ground tissue. The stem lacks secondary growth due to the absence of a vascular cambium. A cuticle covers the epidermis. This is an MCQ on Anatomy of Monocot Stem with Answer Key.

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1. 
What is the primary function of the epidermis in a monocot stem?

2. 
The outermost layer of cells on the surface of a monocot stem is covered by a waxy cuticle. What is the main purpose of this cuticle?

3. 
What is the primary function of the pith in the monocot stem?

4. 
The vascular bundles in the monocot stem are typically arranged in a specific pattern. What is this arrangement called?

5. 
What is the primary function of the cambium layer in the monocot stem?

6. 
The cork cells produced by the cork cambium are rich in a substance that makes them impermeable to water and resistant to decay. What is this substance?

7. 
Which tissue in the monocot stem is responsible for lateral growth and the increase in stem diameter?

8. 
The xylem tissue in the monocot stem is responsible for:

9. 
The periderm, which includes the cork cambium and cork cells, replaces the epidermis in older monocot stems. What is the primary function of the periderm?

10. 
In the anatomy of a monocot stem, the region between the epidermis and the vascular bundles is known as the:



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