MCQ on Riccia




Riccia is a genus of liverworts (Bryophytes), small non-vascular plants. These thalloid liverworts are characterized by flattened, ribbon-like structures and are found in damp environments. Riccia serves as a model organism in scientific research, aiding studies in plant biology and evolution. This is an MCQ on Riccia Thallus Structure, Reproduction and Life Cycle.

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1. 
Riccia belongs to which group of plants?

2. 
What is the predominant habitat of Riccia?

3. 
Which reproductive structure is characteristic of Riccia?

4. 
What is the primary function of the thallus in Riccia?

5. 
Which plant division does Riccia belong to?

6. 
Which part of Riccia aids in spore dispersal?

7. 
Riccia reproduces asexually through specialized structures called:

8. 
How does Riccia acquire nutrients?

9. 
What is the ecological role of Riccia in its habitat?

10. 
Which environmental factor is crucial for Riccia's growth and reproduction?

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