Physiological Disorders of Flower Plants

Unsolved Questions

Question 01. Blind shoot is a disorder of..?

(a). Rose. 
(b). Carnation.
(c). Dahlia.
(d). Gladiolus.

Question 02. Proliferation of petals in carnation is related with…?

(a). Sleepiness.
(b). Curly tip.
(c). Calyx splitting.
(d). None of the above.

Question 03. No flower production in carnation, due to..?

(a). Curly tip.
(b). Grassiness.
(c). Sleepiness.
(d). Calyx splitting.

Question 04. Flower sensitive to ethylene..?

(a). Rose.
(b). Orchid.
(c). Lily.
(d). Carnation.

Question 05. Management of blind shoot (rose) includes..?

(a). Maintaining light intensity.
(b). Maintaining high CO2.
(c). Both a and b.
(d). Maintaining ethylene.

Question 06. Which is not a physiological disorder of chrysanthemum?

(a). Quilling of petals.
(b). Crooked neck.
(c). Bleached petals.
(d). Bud blast.

Question 07. Which is true about chrysanthemum..?

(a). Bleached petals are caused by low temperature.
(b). Quilling of petal is caused by high temperature.
(c). Bleached petals are caused by high temperature.
(d). Quilling of petals due to high storage temperature.

Question 08. Bud blast is a problem in..?

(a). Lilly.
(b). Alstromeria.
(c). Both a and b.
(d). Chrysanthemum.

Question 09. Leaf scorch in lily is definitely symptom of..?

(a). Cu.
(b). Ca.
(c). Iron.
(d). Zn.

Question 10. Topple of lily is also known as..?

(a). Bud rot.
(b). Bract bud.
(c). Blind bud.
(d). Bud blast.

Question 11. Fluoride injury is related with..?

(a). Carnation.
(b). Gerbera.
(c). Chrysanthemum.
(d). Gladiolus.

Question 12. Sensitive variety to fluoride injury is..?

(a). Tropic sea.
(b). Snow princess.
(c). Priscilla.
(d). Indrani.

Question 13. Dry sepal injury is specific to..?

(a). Anthurium.
(b). Aster.
(c). Orchids.
(d). Lily.

Question 14. Crown buds and bract buds are disorders of..?

(a). Chrysanthemum.
(b). Jasmine.
(c). Carnation.
(d). Rose.

Question 15. Negative geotropism is seen in..?

(a). Gladiolus.
(b). Rose.
(c). Chrysanthemum.
(d). orchids.

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