Match the items in Group I with those in Group II GATE Geology and Geophysics Question 2012

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Match the items in Group I with those in Group II. GATE-Geology and Geophysics-Question-2012

Match the items in Group I with those in Group II.
Group I         Group II
P. Theca         1. Trilobite
Q. Midrib 2. Brachiopod
R. Deltidium 3. Glossopteris
S. Pygidium 4. Graptolite
        5. Diatoms
(A) P-3, Q-4, R-5, S-1 (B) P-4, Q-3, R-2, S-1
(C) P-5, Q-3, R-2, S-1 (D) P-2, Q-4, R-5, S-1

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Answer: (B) P-4, Q-3, R-2, S-1
the theca of an angiosperm consists of a pair of microsporangia that are adjacent to each other and share a common area of dehiscence called the stomium.[1] Any part of a microsporophyll that bears microsporangia is called an anther. Most anthers are formed on the apex of a filament. An anther and its filament together form a typical (or filantherous) stamen, part of the male floral organ.
a large strengthened vein along the midline of a leaf.
a pair of plates not homologous with the pseudodeltidium that performs the same function in other brachiopods —called also deltidial plates
the terminal part or hind segment of the body in certain invertebrates

Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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