Class XII

Insemination involves
  1. Passage of semen into prostate gland
  2. Release of seminal fluid at the end of copulation
  3. Mixing of seminal fluid with sperm
  4. Fusion of male and female gamete
Micropropagation is technique
  1. For production of somatic hybrids
  2. For production of true type plants
  3. For production of haploid plants
  4. For production of Somaclonal plants.
Parthenogenesis is the development of unfertilized ovum into a fully formed haploid organism. Natural parthenogenesis is found in
  1. House fly
  2. Honey bee
  3. Lizards
  4. Frogs
Non-motile spores produced exogenously by constriction at the tips of special hyphae are called as
  1. Basidiophors
  2. Synzoospores
  3. Archaeocytes
  4. Conidiophores
Flagellated, motile asexual reproductive structure are called
  1. Microspores
  2. Megaspores
  3. Aplanospores
  4. Zoospores
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