Answer Table Floriculture Multiple Choice Questions



Answer Table For 1-134 Questions

(#1). a- Green Carpet. (#2) c- Japanese Garden. (#3). a- Hybrid Teas × Perpetual Polianthas. (#4). d- H2SO4. (#5). b- Cobalt-60 and Caesium 130. (#6). b- 30%. (#7). b- Fern. (#8). a- Pitchi. (#9). c- Serpentine curved lines. (#10). c-Bougainvillea.


(#11). d-Tulip. (#12). c-Baptisia Australis. (#13). b- Red and blue, 2000 lux or more. (#14). c- 2 – 6 inch. (#15). d- Rose. (#16). c- Passive hydroponics. (#17). a-Gompherena. (#18). b- Tuberose. (#19). d- Lamprocapnos sp. (#20). a- Pot-porris.


(#21). c- Both b and c. (#22). a- Peridium aqullinum. (#23). b- China. (#24). b- Jekyell. (#25). a- Jekyell. (#26). b- types of garden. (#27). c- Japanese garden. (#28). a-japanese garden. (#29). d- non of the above. (#30). d- Feroz Shah.


(#31). b- Seed germination trays. (#32). c- Artabotrys uncinatus. (#33). c- diplocarpon. (#34). d- portable mini tunnels. (#35). a- gable. (#36). d- dytoplasmic. (#37). a- bud pollination. (#38). d- high. (#39). d- b and c. (#40). d- iron wood.


(#41). d- all of the above. (#42). b- informal . (#43). a- formal. (#44). d- all of the above. (#45). d- Ipomea carnea. (#46). d- non of the above. (#47). b- root. (#48). d- legume crops. (#49). a- successful pollination. (#50) A- AALSMEER, NETHERLANDS.


(#51). d- Parthenocissus quinquefolia. (#52). d- topiary. (#53). a- formal. (#54). c- a and b. (#55). d- Bengaluru. (#56). d- Boron. (#57). b- Chrysanthemum. (#58). d- Non of the above. (#59). a- Casuarina. (#60). c- Both a and b.


(#61). b- Ustad Ahmad Lahauri. (#62). a- French. (#63). b- 30. (#64). d- Gladiolus. (#65). c- Copper wire. (#66). c- Juniperus macropoda. (#67). d- India. (#68). d- All of the above. (#69). b- silver fish (#70). b- Thrips.


(#71). b- Kadamba. (#72). d- Babur. (#73). a- Mughal garden. (#74). c- Rose. (#75). a- Gurgaon. (#76). b- Rafflesia. (#77). d- Dieffenbachia. (#78). c- Gerbera. (#79). a- Flower. (#80). b- Magnoliophyta.

Explanation #79. Flower is a complete structure of flowering plants which consists stamen, pistil, anther, pollen and ovary.


(#81). b- Lotus. (#82). a- Ikebana. (#83). d- All of the above. (#84). b- Orchid. (#85). d- All of the above. (#86). b- Xanthophyll. (#87). a- Chrysanthemum. (#88). b- Often cross pollinated. (#89). c- stenotaphrum secundatum. (#90). a- Lawn.


(#91). a- Plain. (#92). c- T- budding. (#93). d- All of the above. (#94). d- Non of the above. (#95). b- Solvent extraction. (#96). c- 8- HQC. (#97) c- Althea rosea. (#98). d- Barbina. (#99). a- Nyctanthes orbor-tristis. (#100). a- Delonix regia.


(#101). d- All of the above. (#102). a- 1m. (#103). b- Bine. (#104). d- All of the above. (#105). d- All of the above. (#106). c- Rosa sercea. (#107). c- Marigold. (#108). b- Yellow or equivalent per als of mari gold. (#109). c- 14 – 15 t/ha. (#110). b- Srinagar. (#111). d- India and Vietnam. (#112). a- Iran. (#113). a- Acanthaceae. (#114). d- Japanese Garden. (#115). d- Tamilanadu. (#116). c- California, USA.

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