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Animal Kingdom

TEST SYLLABUS : The Biological Classifications

Your Target is to secure Good Rank in NEET - 2020

Important Instructions:

(1) There is only one correct option.

(2) Duration of Test is 1 Hour and Questions Paper Contains 90 Questions. The Max. Marks are 360.

(3) Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer reduces your effort. 

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Match the phylum given in column - I with the special features present in them given in column - II and choose the correct option.
Column -I__________Column- II
(Phylum)___________(Special features present)                                                                                                                                       
A. Porifera................I. Mammary glands
B. Mollusca................II. Cloaca
C. Ctenophora................III. Choanocytes
D. Amphibia................ IV. Radula
E. Mammalia................V. Comb plates

 

2 / 90

Select the incorrect feature of mollusca from the given statements.level of organization.
(i) Terrestrial or aquatic animals having cellular system
(ii) Radial symmetrical and acoelomate animals and possesses two germinal layers.
(iii) A file like rasping organ called radula is present.
(iv) Usually dioecious and viviparous animals.
(v) Examples include Pila, Octopus, and Dentalium.

3 / 90

Refer the types of cells present in some animals. Each cell is specialized to perform a single specific function except

4 / 90

Refer the following animals and identify those which have a fluid filled body cavity with a complete lining derived from mesoderm.
(i) Sycon (ii) Butterfly
(iii) Nereis (iv) Sea fan
(v) Scorpion (vi) Pila

 

5 / 90

A student was given a specimen to identify on the basis of the characteristics given below.
(i) They are metamerically segmented.
(ii) They have closed circulatory system.
(iii) They have circular and longitudinal muscles for locomotion.
Identify the specimen.

6 / 90

Identify the correct characteristics of porifera.
(i) Commonly known as sea walnuts.
(ii) Presence of ostia and collar cells.
(iii) Exhibit tissue level of characteristics.
(iv) It is the largest phylum of animal kingdom.
(v) The body is supported by spicules and sponging fibers.
(vi) Contains cnidocytes which is used for defense,anchorage and capturing of prey.

7 / 90

A student brought home a strange animal which he found outside under a rock. It had moist skin, a complete digestive tract, a ventral nerve cord, and had gone through torsion. Identify the phylum of the animal.

8 / 90

Which of the following is a connecting link between invertebrates and non-invertebrates?

9 / 90

Which of the following characteristic is probably most responsible for the great diversification of insects on land?

10 / 90

Which of the following features in birds indicates their reptilian ancestory ?

11 / 90

Which of the following characters is absent in all chordates?

12 / 90

Which of the following statements is without exception in sponges ?

13 / 90

The organisms attached to the substratum generally possess

14 / 90

A common characteristic of all vertebrates without exception is

15 / 90

Tracheae of cockroach and mammal are similar in having

16 / 90

Which of the following characteristic distinguish arthropoda from annelids and molluscs ?

17 / 90

Which of the following is not a characteristic feature of kingdom animalia ?

18 / 90

Hemichordates have now been placed with the nonchordates,close to echinoderms, because true

19 / 90

Which of the following is a correct match of a phylum with its three examples?

20 / 90

Which one of the following features is common in silverfish, scorpion, dragonfly and prawn?

21 / 90

Which of the following sets of animals give birth to young ones?

22 / 90

Which of the following features distinguish mammals from other vertebrates?

23 / 90

The transition from aquatic to terrestrial lifestyles required many adaptations in the vertebrate lineage. Which of the following is not one of those adaptations ?

24 / 90

The combination of a true coelom and repeating body segmentation allows the annelids (unlike the anatomically “simpler” worms) to do which of the following?

25 / 90

Which of the following traits is not shared by both sea anemones and jellyfish ?

26 / 90

Which of the following group of animals belongs to the same phylum?

27 / 90

Which of the following pairs of animals are similar to each other pertaining to the feature stated against them?

28 / 90

Which of the following animals are bilaterally symmetrical?

29 / 90

Identify the correct characteristic feature shown by the given figure?

 

30 / 90

Which of the following animal contains respiratory organs like, gills, book gills, book lungs or tracheal system?

31 / 90

Which of the following animal's body is covered by calcareous shell and unsegmented with a distinct head,muscular foot, and visceral hump?

32 / 90

Which of the following feature is not correct regarding the figure given below?

 

33 / 90

The figure given below is the characteristic structure of the phylum in which animals are aquatic, free swimming or sessile, mostly marine, radially symmetrical. Identify the phylum and correct function of the structure.

34 / 90

The figure given below shows the germinal layers marked as A, B, C and D. Identify the label showing undifferentiated layer and its location?

35 / 90

The given figures of animals (A & B) are distinguished on the basis of symmetry. Select the correct option which shows the type of symmetry and its description against the animals.

 

36 / 90

The given figures A, B, C and D are the examples of first true land vertebrates. They are dominant in mesozoic era and belong to phylum ‘X’. Identify ‘X’ and the animals which have four chambered heart.

 

37 / 90

Refer the figures A, B and C and choose the correct option which shows animals that regulate buoyancy with the help of air bladder.

 

38 / 90

The given figure shows some characteristic features marked as chordates. Identify the correct labelling A,B,C and D.

39 / 90

Identify the figure with its correct name and phylum.

40 / 90

Identify the animals shown in the given figures A, B and C from options given below.

41 / 90

Identify the figures A, B and C and choose the correctoption.

(a)

42 / 90

Identify the figure with its correct name and phylum.

43 / 90

Identify the figures and select the correct option.

44 / 90

Examine the figures A, B and C. In which one of the four options all the items A, B and C are correctly identified ?

45 / 90

Refer the given figures A, B, C and D and identify the option which shows their correct name

46 / 90

Refer the figures A, B, C and D given below. Which of the following options shows the correct name of the animals shown by the figures A, B, C and D ?

 

 

47 / 90

The given figures (A & B) shows the germinal layer.

The animals having structures shown in the figures are
respectively called

 

 

48 / 90

Match the features given in column I with their examples given in column II and choose the correct match from the option given below.

Column-I________________Column-II
(Features)_______________(Examples)
A. Pseudocoelomates............(i) Hydra, Adamsia
B. Diploblastic.......................(ii) Ctenoplana, Aurelia
C. Cellular level of................ (iii) Ascaris, Wuchereria
organization
D. Radial symmetry..............(iv) Sycon, Spongilla
E. Metamerism.....................(v) Pheretima, Neries

49 / 90

Match the terms/feature given in column I with their examples given in column II and select the correct match from the option given below.

Column-I_____________Column-II
(Term/Feature)_________ (Examples)
A. Gregarious pest.............(i) Hirudinaria
B. Vector........................... (ii) Planaria
C. Oviparous with...............(iii) Sepia
indirect development
D. Metameres.....................(iv) Aedes
E. High regeneration............(v) Locust
capacity

50 / 90

Which one of the following groups of animals is correctly matched with its characteristic feature without even a single exception ?

51 / 90

Match the phylum given in column - I with their example given in column - II and choose the correct option.

Column -I__________Column- II
(Phylum)___________(Examples)
A. Echinodermata...........I. Ascidia, Doliolum
B. Hemichordata.............II. Asterias, Ophiura
C. Urochordata.............. III. Branchiostoma
D. Cephalochordata....... IV. Balanoglossus,
Saccoglossus

52 / 90

Match the organisms given in column-I with their common name given in column-II and choose the correct option.

Column -I________Column -II
(Organisms)..........(Comman name)
A. Pennatula..........I. Sea-lily
B. Antedon............II. Sea- pen
C. Echinus........... III. Sea-urchin
D. Cucumaria.......IV. Sea - cucumber

 

53 / 90

Column I contains zoological names of animals and column II contains their common name. Match the following and choose the correct option.
Column -I_________Column- II
A. Physalia................I. Sea anemone
B. Meandrina-----------II. Brain coral
C. Gorgonia...............III. Sea fan
D. Adamsia................IV. Portuguese man-of-war

54 / 90

Match the characteristic feature/terms given in column I with the phylum to which they belongs given in column II and choose the correct option.
Column-I___________Column-II
(Characteristic______(Phylum)

feature/term)
                                                                                                                   
A. Choanocytes........ I. Platyhelminthes
B. Cnidoblasts..........II. Ctenophora
C. Flame cells..........III. Porifera
D. Nephridia.............IV. Coelenterata
E. Comb plates........V. Annelida

 

55 / 90

Column-I contains organisms and column-II contains their exeretory structures. Choose the correct match form the options given below.
Column- I____________Column -II
(Organism)___________(Excretory structures)
A. Cockroach................... I. Nephridia
B. Cat fish.........................II. Malpighian tubules
C. Earthworm................... III. Kidneys
D. Balanoglossus............. IV. Flame cells
E. Flatworm.......................V. Proboscis gland

 

56 / 90

Match the types of animals given in column I with their examples given in column II and choose the correct option.

Column -I ___________Column -II
(Types of animals)______(Examples)
A. Limbless reptiles............I. Elephant
B. Jawless vertebrates.......II. Lamprey
C. Flightless bird................III. Ichthyophis
D. Largest......................... IV. Ostrich
terrestrial animal
E. Limbless amphibia.........V. Cobra

 

57 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.
Assertion : Ambulacral system plays major role in locomotion of echinoderm.
Reason : Hydraulic pressure of fluid and contraction of muscle of tube feet make possible movement of echinoderm.

58 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.
Assertion : Ambulacral system plays major role in locomotion of echinoderm.
Reason : Hydraulic pressure of fluid and contraction of muscle of tube feet make possible movement of echinoderm.

(b)
(c)
(d)

59 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.
Assertion : Sponges have body organization of "cellular level".
Reason : There is some physiological division of labour.

60 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.
Assertion : Tapeworm, roundworm and pinworm are endoparasites of human intestine.
Reason : Improperly cooked food is the source of intestinal infections.

 

61 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion : Torison can be seen in ctendium.
Reason : Ctenidium acts as the respiratory organ.

62 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion : The duck-billed Platypus and the spiny anteater,both are egg-laying animals yet they are grouped under mammals.
Reason : Both of them have seven cervical vertebrae and 12 pairs of cranial nerves.

63 / 90

Refer the following statement and answer the question. 'Name of "X" is derived from stinging capsules. It exhibits metagenesis containing two body forms in which sessile and cylindrical form is called "Y" and umbrella shaped and free swimming is called "Z". Identify X, Y, and Z.

64 / 90

Which of the following statement is incorrect?

65 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct for class amphibia?
(i) Body is divisible into head and trunk.
(ii) Respiration is through gills only.
(iii) The heart is two chambered i.e. one auricle and one ventricle.
(iv) Fertilization is internal

 

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Which of the following class is being described by the given statements (i - iv)?
(i) They are found in a variety of habitats- polar icecaps,deserts, mountains, forests, grasslands and dark caves.
(ii) Most unique mammalian characteristic is the presence of mammary glands by which the young ones are nourished.
(iii) Heart is four-chambered.
(iv) Sexes are separate and fertilization is internal.

67 / 90

Which of the following class is being correctly described by given statements (i - iv)?
(i) All living members of this class are ectoparasites on some fishes.
(ii) They have a sucking and circular mouth without jaws.
(iii) Circulation is of closed type.
(iv) They are marine but migrate for spawning to fresh water. After spawing, within a few days they die.

68 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct regarding phylum mollusca?

69 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct regarding phylum aschelminthes?
(i) The body is circular in cross-section hence the name roundworms.
(ii) Alimentary canal is complete with a well-developed muscular pharynx.
(iii) Sexes are separate (dioecious), i.e., males and females are distinct.
(iv) Nephridia help in osmoregulation and excretion.

70 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct regarding phylum coelenterata?
(i) They are aquatic, mostly marine, sessile or freeswimming,radially symmetrical animals.
(ii) They have a central gastro-vascular cavity with a single opening called hypostome.
(iii) Digestion is extracellular and intracellular.
(iv) Examples are Sycon, Spongilla and Euspongia

 

71 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct?
(i) Animals in which the cells are arranged in two embryonic layers, an external ectoderm and an internal endoderm, are called diploblastic animals.

(ii) Notochord is an ectodermally derived rod like structure formed on the ventral side during embryonic development in some animals.
(iii) In some animals, the body cavity is not lined by mesoderm, instead, the mesoderm is present as scattered pouches in between the ectoderm and endoderm and such a body cavity is called pseudocoelom.

72 / 90

Which of the follwoing statement(s) is/are correct?
(i) Organ systems in different group of animals show various patterns of complexities.
(ii) The digestive system in platyhelminthes has only a single opening to the outside of the body that serve as both mouth and anus, and is hence called complete.
(iii) In open type of circulatory system, the blood is pumped out of the heart and the cells and tissues are directly bathed in it.
(iv) In closed type, the blood is circulated through a series of vessels of varying diameters (arteries, veins and capillaries).

 

73 / 90

Which of the following is not a characteristic of phylum echinodermata ?

74 / 90

Which of the following is an incorrect statement regarding flatworms ?

75 / 90

Which one of the following categories of animals is correctly described with no single exception in it?

76 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct regarding class aves?
(i) The forelimbs are modified into wings and the hindlimbs generally have scales and are modified for walking, swimming or clasping the tree branches.
(ii) Heart is completely four-chambered.
(iii) They are warm- blooded (homoiothermous) animals i.e., they are able to maintain a constant body temperature.
(iv) They are oviparous and development is direct.

77 / 90

Which of the following statements is incorrect ?

78 / 90

Which of the following characteristics is correct for reptilia?

79 / 90

The following statement are associated with the occurrence of notochord. Identify the incorrect statement.

80 / 90

Which of the following phylum is being described by the given statements?
(i) They are bilaterally symmetrical,triploblastic,segmented and coelomate animals.
(ii) The body consists of head, thorax, abdomen and have jointed appendages.
(iii) Circulatory system is of open type.
(iv) Excretion takes place through malphigian tubules.

81 / 90

Read the following statements and answer the question.
(i) They are exclusively marine, radially symmetrical,diploblastic organisms with tissue level of organisation.
(ii) Body bears eight external rows of ciliated comb plates,which help in locomotion.
(iii) Digestion is both extracellular and intracellular.
(iv) Reproduction takes place only by sexual means.
Which of the following phylum is being described by above statements?

82 / 90

Read the following statements and answer the question.
(i) They are exclusively marine, radially symmetrical,diploblastic organisms with tissue level of organisation.
(ii) Body bears eight external rows of ciliated comb plates,which help in locomotion.
(iii) Digestion is both extracellular and intracellular.
(iv) Reproduction takes place only by sexual means.
Which of the following phylum is being described by above statements?

83 / 90

Which one of the following statement regarding coelom of given animals is correct?

84 / 90

Which of the following phylum is being described by the given statements?

(i) These are primitive multicellular animals and have cellular level of organization.
(ii) Digestion is intracellular.
(iii) They have a water transport or canal system.
(iv) They reproduce asexually by fragmentation and sexually by formation of gametes.

85 / 90

Which of the following statements (i – v) are incorrect ?
(i) Circulatory system in arthropods is of closed type.
(ii) Parapodia in annelids helps in swimming.
(iii) Phylum mollusca is the second largest animal phylum.
(iv) Aschelminthes are dioecious.

86 / 90

Which of the following statements (i – v) are incorrect?
(i) Parapodia are lateral appendages in arthropods used for swimming.
(ii) Radula in molluscs are structures involved in excretion.
(iii) Aschelminthes are dioecious.
(iv) Echinoderm adults show radial symmetry.
(v) Ctenophorans are diploblastic.

87 / 90

Which of the following is a chordate feature and not shared by the non-chordates ?

88 / 90

Which of the following is a poisonous snake?

89 / 90

Heart is three - chambered in reptiles, except

90 / 90

In amphibians, heart is ________ chambered.

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Plant Kingdom

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Created on By Suresh

Plant Kingdom

TEST SYLLABUS : The Biological Classifications

Your Target is to secure Good Rank in NEET - 2020

Important Instructions:

(1) There is only one correct option.

(2) Duration of Test is 1 Hour and Questions Paper Contains 90 Questions. The Max. Marks are 360.

(3) Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer reduces your effort. 

1 / 90

Refer to the statement and answer the question. “They usually reproduce vegetatively by fragmentation and asexually by non - motile spores and sexually by non - motile gametes.” Identify the group of plants and its example.

2 / 90

A student was given a sample to observe under the microscope. He observed and found that the sample is the most common type of spore involved in asexual reproduction in algae. Identify the spore.

3 / 90

Angiosperms have dominated the land flora primarily because of their

4 / 90

A universal feature of the life cycle of plants is

5 / 90

Deep in the tropical rain forest, a botanist discovered an unusual plant with vascular tissues, stomata, a cuticle, flagellated sperm, cone-like reproductive structures bearing seeds, and an alternation-of-generations life cycle. He was very excited about this discovery because it would be rather unusual for a plant to have both

6 / 90

In order to colonize land, plants needed to acquire which of the following characteristics?

7 / 90

Chemotaxonomy is connected with

8 / 90

Mosses do not have ‘true leaves’ because their leaf-like structures lack

9 / 90

You are given an unknown plant to study in the laboratory. You find that it has chlorophyll, no xylem. Its multicellullar sex organs are enclosed in a layer of jacket cells. Its gametophyte stage is free living. The plant probably belongs to

10 / 90

Mosses are of great ecological importance because of

11 / 90

Classification of plants proposed by Carolus Linnaeus was artificial because it was based on

12 / 90

The spreading of living pteridophytes is limited and restricted to narrow geographical region because

13 / 90

Protonema

14 / 90

If you are asked to classify the various algae into distinct groups then which of the following characters you should choose for the classification ?

15 / 90

In angiosperms, a mature male gametophyte is derived from a pollen mother cell by

16 / 90

What is common in all the three, Funaria, Dryopteris and Ginkgo?

17 / 90

Fruits are not formed in gymnosperms because of

18 / 90

A research student collected certain alga and found that its cells contained both chlorophyll a and chlorophyll d as well as phycoerythrin. On the basis of his observation, the students conclude that the alga belongs to

19 / 90

If the cells of root in wheat plant have 42 chromosomes, then the no. of chromosome in the cell of pollen grain is

20 / 90

Moss peat is used as a packing material for sending flowers and live plants to distant places because

21 / 90

Bryophytes are different from fungi in having

22 / 90

If there are 4 cells in an anther, what will be the number of pollen grains?

23 / 90

The unique feature of bryophytes compared to other plant groups is that

24 / 90

Fern plant is a

25 / 90

A bryophyte differs from pteridophytes in having

26 / 90

Which of the following example belong to the same class of algae?

27 / 90

The given figure shows the life cycle of an angiosperm. Few plants are marked as A, B, C, D and E. Identify the correct
labelling from the given options.

28 / 90

Identify the plants (A, B, C and D) and choose their correct names from the options given below.

29 / 90

Which one of the following options correctly represents the type of life cycle patterns?

30 / 90

The given figures represent the examples of bryophytes. In them few structures/parts are marked as A, B, C and D.

Identify the option which shows the correct labelling of A, B, C and D.

31 / 90

Refer to the given figure (A, B, C and D) and answer the question. Which of the following figures are the members of green alga?

32 / 90

The given figures (A, B, C, D) represent the members algae. Identify the correct option for the given diagrams

 

33 / 90

Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched ?

34 / 90

Match the column-I with column-II and choose the correct option.
Column-I _____________________Column-II
A. Smallest flowing plant __________I. Eucalyptus
B. Male sex organ in flowering plant____II. Wolffia

C. Female sex organ  in flowering plant_____III. Stamen

D. Tallest tree_____IV. Pistil

35 / 90

Match the column-I with column-II and choose the correct option.
Column-I______________________Column-II
(System of    classification) ...........(Characteristics)

A. Artificial system of classification.....I. Based on few  morphological characters
B. Natural system of classification......II. Based on evolutionary relationships between the various organisms

C. Phylogenetic system of classification........III. Based on natural affinities among the organisms and consider external as well                                                                                                                                                             as internal features.

36 / 90

Match the column I with column II and choose the option which shows its correct combination.
Column-I______________________ Column-II
(Pattern of  life cycle in plant)..........(Examples)

A. Haplontic.........................................I. Bryophytes, life cycle Pteridophytes, Ectocarpus,  Polysiphonia, Kelps

B. Diplontic.........................................II. Seed bearing plants life cycle (Gymnosperm and Angiosperm), Fucus

C. Haplo-diplontic..............................III. Many algae (Volvox, life cycle Spirogyra) and some species of Chlamydomonas

37 / 90

Match column-I with column-II and choose the correct option.
Column-I ________Column-II
A. Phaeophyceae...... I. Have an elaborate mechanism of spore dispersal

B. Rhodophyceae......II. first terrestrial plant with vascular tissue-phloem and xylem

C. Mosses.................III. Asexual reproduction by biflagellate zoosposes

D. Pteridophytes.......IV. Polysiphonia, Porphyra, Gracilaria

38 / 90

Match the classes of pteridophytes given in column I with their examples given in column II and choose the correct option
Column -I__________________Column-II
(Classes of pteridophytes)      (Examples)
A. Psilopsida............................I. Selaginella
B. Lycopsida............................II. Psilotum
C. Sphenopsida......................III. Dryopteris
D. Pteropsida........................IV. Equisetum

 

39 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: The peristome is a fringe of teeth-likeprojections found at the mouth of the capsule.
Reason: It may be of two types nematodontous and orthodontus.

40 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: Red algae contributes in producing coral reefs.
Reason: Some red algae secrete and deposit calcium
carbonate over their walls.

41 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: Coconut tree is distributed in coastal areas over a large part of the world.
Reason: Coconut fruit can float and get dispersed over thousands of kilometers before losing viability.

42 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: Red algae contributes in producing coral reefs.
Reason: Some red algae secrete and deposit calcium carbonate over their walls.

43 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: Mosses are evolved from algae.
Reason: Protonema of mosses is similar to some green algae.

44 / 90

In the following questions, a statement of Assertion is followed by a statement of Reason.

Assertion: Double fertilization is a characteristic feature of angiosperms.

Reason: Double fertilization involves two fusions.

 

45 / 90

Which of the following statements is incorrect?

46 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct ?
(i) Agar, one of commercial products obtained from Laminaria and Sargassum are used to grow microbes and in preparations of ice-creams and jellies.
(ii) In phaeophyceae, major pigments are chl a, d and phycoerythrin.
(iii) Pteridophytes classified into four classes : Psilopsida,Lycopsida, Sphenopsida and Pteropsida.
(iv) Gemmae are green, multicellular, asexual buds, which develop in small receptacles called gemma cups located on the thalli.

47 / 90

Read the following statements and answer the question.
(i) Sporophytic generation is represented only by the one-celled zygote.
(ii) Meiosis in the zygote results in the formation of haploid spores.
(iii) The dominant, photosynthetic phase in such plants is free-living gametophyte.
(iv) Many algae such as Volvox, Spirogyra and some species of Chlamydomonas represent this pattern. Which of the following pattern of life cycle of plant is described by the above statements ?

48 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about angiosperms ?
(i) In angiosperms or flowering plants, the pollen grains and ovules are developed in specialised structure called flowers.
(ii) They are divided into two classes : the dicotyledons and the monocotyledons.
(iii) The male sex organ in a flower is the pistil or the carpel.
(iv) The female sex organ is the stamen.

 

49 / 90

Which of the following group of plant is being described by the given statements ?
(i) They are plants in which the ovules are not enclosed by any ovary wall and remain exposed before and after fertilization.
(ii) The giant red wood tree Sequoia is one of the tallest tree species of the group.
(iii) The roots are generally tap roots.
(iv) They are heterosporous and they produce haploid microspores and megaspores.

50 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about pteridophytes ?
(i) The main plant body is a sporophyte which is differentiated into true roots and leaves.
(ii) The leaves are small (microphylls) as in ferns or large (macrophylls) as in Selaginella.
(iii) Genera like Selaginella and Salvinia which produce two kinds of spores–macro (large) and micro (small) spores, are known as heterospores.
(iv) Common examples are Funaria, Polytrichum and Sphagnum.

51 / 90

Which of the following group of plant is being described by the given statements ?
(i) The plant body is thalloid.
(ii) Asexual reproduction takes place by fragmentation of thalli, or by the formation of specialized structures called gemmae.
(iii) The sporophyte is differentiated into a foot, seta and capsule.
(iv) They grow usually in moist and shady habitats.

52 / 90

Refer to the following statement(s) and identify the group of plant which is being described by the given statements?
(i) They include various mosses and liverworts that are found commonly growing in moist shaded areas in the hills.
(ii) They lack true roots, stem or leaves.
(iii) The main plant body is haploid.
(iv) They produce a multicellular body sporophyte which is not free living but attached to the photosynthetic gametophyte and derives nourishment from it.

 

53 / 90

The following statements are associated with one class of algae. Identify the class of algae.
(i) One or more storage bodies called pyrenoids located in the chloroplasts are present in the members of this class.
(ii) They have a rigid cell wall made of an inner layer of cellulose and an outer layer of pectose.
(iii) Asexual reproduction is by flagellated zoospores produced in zoosporangia.
(iv) Chlamydomonas, Volvox, Ulothrix, Spirogyra and Chara are commonly found members of this class.

 

54 / 90

Which of the following statements about algae is/are correct?
(i) Algae are chlorophyll – bearing simple, thalloid, heterotrophic and aquatic (both fresh water and marine) organisms.
(ii) Algae reproduce by vegetative means only.
(iii) Fusion of two gametes dissimilar in size is termed as oogamous.
(iv) A few of the massive forms of algae such as kelps, form massive plant bodies.

 

55 / 90

Which of the following branch of science is being described by the given statements ?
(i) It can easily done by using computers based on all observable characters.
(ii) Numbers and codes are assigned to all the characters and the data are then processed.
(iii) Each character is given equal weightage and at the same time hundred of characters can be considered.

56 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about gemmae ?
(i) These are specialised structures by which asexual reproduction take place in liverworts.
(ii) They are green, multicellular and asexual buds.
(iii) They develop in small receptacles called gemma cups.
(iv) They detach from parent body and germinate to form new individuals.

57 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct?
(i) Green algae are the members of chlorophyceae.
(ii) Brown algae are found primarily in marine habitates
(iii) Some red algae are found in fresh water, mostly occur in salt water, some are found in brackish water.
(iv) The food in red algae is stored as floridean starch.
(v) Red alga may occur in both well-lighted regions close to water-surface and also at great depths in oceans where light penetration is little.

58 / 90

Consider the following statements regarding the major pigments and stored food in the different groups of algae and choose the correct option
(i) In chlorophyceae, the stored food material is starch and the major pigments are chlorophyll-a and d.
(ii) In phaeophyceae, laminarian is the stored food and major pigments are chlorophyll-a and b.
(iii) In rhodophyceae, floridean starch is the stored food and the major pigments are chlorophyll-a, d and phycoerythrin.

59 / 90

Read the following statements and choose the correct option.
(i) In rhodophyceae, food is stored in the form of mannitol and laminarin.
(ii) The ovules of gymnosperms are not enclosed by ovary wall.
(iii) Salvinia is heterosporous.
(iv) In the diplontic life-cycle, the free living gametophyte represents the dominant phase.

60 / 90

Which of the following statements with respect to gymnosperms and angiosperms is/are correct?
(i) The process of double fertilization is present in gymnosperms.
(ii) Angiosperms range in size from microscopic Wolffia to tall trees of Sequoia.
(iii) In gymnosperms, the seeds are not covered.
(iv) In gymnosperms, the male and female gametophytes have an independent free living existence.

Of the above statements

 

61 / 90

Which of the following statements with respect to algae are correct.
(i) Fusion between one large, non-motile female gamete and a smaller, motile male gamete is termed as oogamous.
(ii) Fusion of two gametes dissimilar in size is termed as oogamous.
(iii) Fusion of two gametes similar in size is called anisogamous.
(iv) In chlorophyceae, the major pigments are chlorophyll a and b , and the food is stored as starch.
(v) In rhodophyceae, the major pigments are chlorophyll a and d , and the food is stored as mannitol.

 

62 / 90

Consider the following statements regarding gymnosperms and choose the correct option.
(i) In gymnosperms, the male and female gametophytes have an independent existence.
(ii) The multicellular female gametophyte is retained within the megasporangium.
(iii) The gymnosperms are heterosporous. Of these statements

 

63 / 90

Which of the following statements is/are correct ?
(i) In Equisetum, the female gametophyte is retained on the parent sporophyte.
(ii) In Ginkgo, male gametophyte is not independent.
(iii) The sporophyte in Riccia is more developed than that in Polytrichum.
(iv) Sexual reproduction in Volvox is isogamous.

64 / 90

Which one of the following statements concerning the algae is incorrect ?

65 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct ?

66 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about mosses ?

67 / 90

Which one of the following terms is correctly matched with their definition in Pinus ?

68 / 90

What is the similarity between gymnosperms and angiosperms?

69 / 90

Which one of the following is the major difference between mosses and ferns ?

70 / 90

Which of the following statement is incorrect ?

71 / 90

Why rhodophyta exhibit a red colour ?

72 / 90

Which one of the following is a correct statement?

73 / 90

Protonema and leafy stage are the predominant stage of the life cycle of

74 / 90

Cycas and Adiantum resemble each other in having

75 / 90

Which of the following pteridophytes belong to class pteropsida?

76 / 90

The heterosporous pteridophyte belonging to the class lycopsida is

77 / 90

Pyrenoids in green algal cells are related to

78 / 90

Laminaria (Kelp) and Fucus (Rock weed) are examples of

79 / 90

In bryophytes, male and female sex organs are called ______ and ______ respectively.

80 / 90

_______ represent the reproductive organs amongst gymnosperms.

81 / 90

Which of the following groups of plants play an important role in plant succession on bare rocks/soil ?

82 / 90

In class phaeophyceae, the plant body is usually attached to the substratum by a A and has a stalk, the B and leaf like photosynthetic organ-the C .

83 / 90

What is the number and position of insertions of flagella in rhodopyceae class of algae ?

84 / 90

Which of the following class of algae is rarely found in fresh water ?

85 / 90

Algin, carrageen and proteins are obtained from

86 / 90

Fusion of two gametes which are dissimilar in size is termed as _______.

87 / 90

Flagellate isogametes and anisogametes are found in

88 / 90

Cytological information like chromosome number, structure, behaviour are related with

89 / 90

Phylogenetic classification system is based on the

90 / 90

The natural system of classification for flowering plants was given by

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Biological Classification

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BIOLOGY CHAPTERWISE TESTS

The Biological Classifications

TEST SYLLABUS : The Biological Classifications

Your Target is to secure Good Rank in NEET - 2020

Important Instructions:

(1) There is only one correct option.

(2) Duration of Test is 1 Hour and Questions Paper Contains 90 Questions. The Max. Marks are 360.

(3) Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer reduces your effort. 

1 / 90

A scientist "X" demonstrated that extract of infected plants of "Y" could cause infection in healthy plants and called the fluid as "Contagium vivum fluidum". Identify X and Y. X Y

2 / 90

Refer to the statement and answer the question. "Once the sexual stage of members of deuteromycetes were discovered, they were often moved to X and Y." Identify X and Y.

3 / 90

Which class of fungi lacks sex organs but the process of plasmogamy is brought about by fusion of two vegetative or somatic cells of different strains or genotypes?

4 / 90

Identify the basis of classification of fungi into phycomycetes, ascomycetes, basidiomycetes and deuteromycetes.
i. Fruiting bodies
ii. Nature of habitat
iii. Morphology of mycelium
iv. Mode of spore formation

5 / 90

An "X" reproduces in such a great numbers that the water may appear, producing a red tides and kills large marine animals like "Z". "X" belongs to "Y". Identify "X", "Y" and "Z".

6 / 90

Which of the following is the correct sequence of three steps in the sexual cycle of fungi?

7 / 90

Bacteria and yeast are similar in all the following features except that

8 / 90

Protozons are not included in kingdom animalia because they are

9 / 90

Assume that two normal hyphal cells of different fungal mating types unite. After a period of time, the cell between these cells will dissolve producing a

10 / 90

Fungi show asexual reproduction by all of the following kinds of spores except

11 / 90

How many bacteria are produced in four hours if a bacterium divides once in half an hour ?

12 / 90

A specimen of fungus is brought by a student for identification. Upon close examination, he discovered that its hyphae are completely septate and it has gills on the underside of the pileus. To which fungal group does it most likely belong ?

13 / 90

The most abundant prokaryotes helpful to humans in making curd from milk and in production of antibiotics are categorised as

14 / 90

Mycorrhizae are useful for plants because they

15 / 90

Food can be kept for a longer time in cold house than in normal conditions because

16 / 90

Bacteria are found to be primitive organisms because they

17 / 90

Which of the following organisms is\are correctly assigned its/their taxonomic group?

18 / 90

A fungus contains cells with two nuclei from different genomes. The nuclei do not fuse but divide independently and simultaneously as new cells are formed. This fungus belongs to

19 / 90

Ustilago causes plant diseases (called smuts) because

20 / 90

When a moist bread is kept exposed in air, it becomes mouldy and black because

21 / 90

Lichens indicate SO2 pollution because they

22 / 90

A virus can be considered a living organism because it

23 / 90

Yeast is not included in protozoans but are placed fungi because

24 / 90

Bacteria lack alternation of generation because there is

25 / 90

The given figure shows some structures labelled as A, B, C and D. Which structure has the protein coat that encloses the nucleic acid?

 

26 / 90

The given figure shows the structure of filamentous blue green algae. Nostoc with a structure marked as "X". Select the option which shows the correct identification of "X" with its feature.

27 / 90

The figure given below shows the structure of a bacteriophage. Identify its parts labelled as A, B, C and D.

 

28 / 90

Identify the figures A, B and C given below.

 

29 / 90

Choose the correct names of the different bacteria given below according to their shapes.

 

 

30 / 90

Refer to the given figures of bacteria cell and Nostoc and choose the option which shows correct label for the structures marked as A, B, C, D and E ?

 

31 / 90

Select the correct match from the given option.

32 / 90

Which of the following groups of protozoan is not correctly matched with its feature?

33 / 90

Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched ?

34 / 90

Match column-I (Characters/feature) with column-II (examples) and choose the correct option.
Column-I________________Column-II
(Characters/features)..........(Examples)
A. Red dinoflagellates........... I. Rhizopus
B. Unicellular fungi used to....II. Gonyaulax make bread and beer

C. Source of antibiotics.........III. Yeast
D. Bread mould.....................IV. Penicillium

35 / 90

Match the type of protozoans given in column-I with their examples given in column-II and choose the correct option.
Column-I_________________Column-II
(Type of Protozoans).............(Examples)
A. Amoeboid protozoans.........I. Paramecium
B. Ciliated protozoans.............II. Plasmodium
C. Flagellated protozoans.......III. Amoeba
D. Sporozoans.......................IV. Trypanosoma

36 / 90

Match column I (containing fungus name) with column II (common name) and choose the correct options.
Column-I___________Column-II
(Fungus name)............ (Commonly called)
A. Puccinia...................I. Yeast
B. Ustilago...................II. Mushroom
C. Agaricus.................III. Smut fungus
D. Saccharomyces......IV. Rust fungus

37 / 90

Match the scientists given in column I with their discovery given in column II and choose the correct option.
Column-I...................Column-II
(Scientists)..............(Discovery)
A. Ernst Mayr............I. Discovered Viroids
B. Whittaker..............II. Gave the name virus
C. Pasteur................III. Proposed five kingdom classification

D. Diener..................IV. Darwin of the 20th century

38 / 90

Match column I (Kingdom) with column II (Class) and select the correct options
Column-I__________Column-II
(Kingdom).................(Class)
A. Plantae..................I. Archaebacteria
B. Fungi.....................II. Euglenoids
C. Protista..................III. Phycomycetes
D. Monera..................IV. Algae

39 / 90

Match the class of fungi given in column I with their examples given in column II and choose the correct option
Column-I____________Column-II
(Class of fungi).............(Examples)
A. Ascomycetes...............I. Rhizopus
B. Basidiomycetes...........II. Penicillium
C. Deuteromycetes..........III. Ustilago
D. Phycomycetes.............IV. Alternaria

40 / 90

Match the class of fungi given in column-I with their common name given in column-II and select the correct option.
Column-I___________Column-II
(Class of fungi)............(Common name)
A. Phycomycetes.........I. Sac fungi
B. Ascomycetes..........II.  Algal fungi
C. Basidiomycetes......III. Fungi imperfecti
D. Deuteromycetes.....IV. Club fungi

41 / 90

Assertion : Yeasts such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae are used in baking industry.
Reason : Carbon dioxide produced during fermentation causes bread dough to rise by thermal expansion.

 

 

42 / 90

Assertion : Lichen is important for chemical industries.
Reason : Litmus and Orcein are formed from lichens.

43 / 90

Assertion : TMV is a virus which causes mosaic disease.
Reason : TMV has RNA as genetic material.

44 / 90

Assertion : Outside a living cell, viruses have must crystalline statements.
Reason : Viroids have a protein coat.

45 / 90

Assertion : Euglena can be placed in the plant knigdom due to the presence of chlorophyll.
Reason : Euglena cannot be classified on the basis of two kingdom system of classification.

 

46 / 90

Which of the following statements regarding cyanobacteria is incorrect?

47 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct ?
(i) Reproduction in fungi can take place by vegetative
means – fragmentation, fission and budding.
(ii) Fusion of two nuclei is called plasmogamy.
(iii) Fusion of protoplasms between two motile or nonmotile
gametes is called karyogamy.
(iv) Meiosis in zygote results in diploid spores.

48 / 90

Read the following statements and answer the question.
(i) Some members are saprophytes or parasites while a large number of them are decomposers of litter and help in mineral cycling.
(ii) They reproduce only by asexual spores known as conidia.
(iii) Mycelium is septate and branched.
(iv) Alternaria, Colletotrichum and Trichoderma are examples of this class.
Which of the following class of fungi is being described by the above statements ?

49 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about class basidiomycetes ?
(i) They are commonly known as imperfect fungi because only the asexual or vegetative phases of these fungi are known.
(ii) They grow in soil, on logs and tree stumps and in living plant bodies as parasites, e.g., rusts and smuts.
(iii) The mycelium is branched and septate.
(iv) Some common members are Agaricus, Ustilago and Puccinia.

50 / 90

Read the following statements and answer the question
given below
(i) They are saprophytic protists.
(ii) Under suitable conditions, they form an aggregation
(called plasmodium) which may grow and spread over
several feet.
(iii) During unfavourable conditions, the plasmodium
differentiates and forms fruiting bodies bearing
spores at their tips.
Which of the following class of protists is being described
by the above statements ?

51 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about ascomycetes ?
(i) Neurospora, which is used in biochemical and genetic work is a member of this class.
(ii) They are mostly multicellular, e.g., Yeast, or rarely unicellular, e.g., Penicillium.
(iii) They are saprophytic, decomposers, parasitic or coprophilous.
(iv) Some examples are Aspergillus, Claviceps and Neurospora.

52 / 90

Which of the following class of fungi is being described by the given statements ?
(i) They are found in aquatic habitats and on decaying wood in moist and damp places.
(ii) Mycelium is aseptate and coenocytic.
(iii) Asexual reproduction takes place by zoospores
(motile) or by aplanospores (non-motile).
(iv) Some common examples are Mucor, Rhizopus and Albugo.

53 / 90

The given statements are some characters of a particular group of Kingdom protista.
(i) Most of them are fresh water organisms found in standing water.
(ii) They have a protein rich layer (called pellicle) which makes their body flexible.
(iii) They have two flagella, a short and a long one.
(iv) Though they are photosynthetic in the presence of sunlight, but in the absence of sunlight they behave like heterotrophs by predating on other smaller organisms. Identify the correct group on the basis of these characters.

54 / 90

Which of the following group of kingdom protista is being described in the statements given below ?
(i) This group includes diatoms and golden algae.
(ii) They are microscopic and float passively in water currents (plankton).
(iii) Most of them are photosynthetic.
(iv) They have deposits in their habitat; this accumulation over billion of years is referred to as ‘diatomaceous earth’.

55 / 90

The given characters are seen in which of the following group?
(i) Unicellular, colonial, filamentous, marine or terrestrial forms.
(ii) The colonies are surrounded by a gelatinous sheath.
(iii) Some can fix atmospheric nitrogen in specialized cells called heterocysts.
(iv) They often form blooms in water bodies.

 

56 / 90

Which of the following are the characters of dinoflagellates?
(i) They are planktonic golden yellow algae with soap box like structure.
(ii) They are marine red biflagellated protista.
(iii) They appear yellow, green, brown, blue and red in colour.
(iv) They are biflagellated organisms with pellicle.
(v) They are saprophytic (or) parasitic unicellular forms.

57 / 90

Consider the following statements with respect to characteristic features of the kingdom.
(i) In animalia, the mode of nutrition is autotrophic.
(ii) In monera, the nuclear membrane is present.
(iii) In protista, the cell type is prokaryotic.
(iv) In plantae, the cell wall is present.
Of the above statements, which one is correct ?

58 / 90

T. O. Diener discovered a new infectious agent that was smaller than viruses and have the following characteristics.
(i) It causes potato spindle tuber disease.
(ii) It has free RNA.
(iii) Molecular weight of RNA is low.
Identify the infections agent.

59 / 90

Read the given statements and answer the question.
(i) It includes unicellular as well as multicellular fungi.
(ii) In multicellular forms, hyphae are branched and septate.
(iii) Conidiophore produces conidia (spores) exogenously in chain.
(iv) Sexual spores are ascospores produced endogenously in chain.
(v) Fruiting body is called ascocarp. Identify the correct class of fungi which have all the above given characteristics.

60 / 90

Choose the correct statements (i – v) regarding mycoplasma
(i) Mycoplasma has no cell wall.
(ii) Mycoplasma is the smallest living organism known.
(iii) Mycoplasma cannot survive without O2.
(iv) Mycoplasma are pathogenic in animals and plants.
(v) A sort of sexual reproduction occurs in bacterium by adopting a primitive DNA transfer from one bacterium to the other.

61 / 90

Which of the following statements is correct for dinoflagellates flagella ?

62 / 90

Which of the following statements is a characteristic feature of chrysophytes?

63 / 90

Which of the following statement is/ are correct for bacteria?

64 / 90

Which of the following statements is incorrect ?

65 / 90

Which of the following statements is correct for both blue-green algae and bacteria ?

66 / 90

Which of the following statements is not correct for methanogens?

67 / 90

Which of the following statements is correct for archaea?

68 / 90

Which of the following statements is not correct for viruses?

69 / 90

The bacteria which oxidize various inorganic substances and use the released energy for the synthesis of food are called _______________.

 

70 / 90

Fungi are filamentous with the exception of "X" which is unicellular. Identify X.

71 / 90

Which scientist classified plants into trees, shrubs and herbs and animals into two groups based on absence or presence red blood cells?

72 / 90

Plasmogamy is the fusion of

73 / 90

Clamp connection is found in

74 / 90

Dikaryon formation is the characteristic feature of

75 / 90

The genetic material of virus includes

76 / 90

The symbiotic association between fungi and algae is called

77 / 90

Which of the following is not a viral disease ?

78 / 90

The subunit of capsid is called

79 / 90

Bladderwort and Venus fly trap are examples of

80 / 90

Which group of fungi is commonly known as imperfect fungi ?

81 / 90

Which of the following is/are example(s) of deuteromycetes?

82 / 90

Which of the following is used extensively in biochemical and genetic work ?

83 / 90

Which of the following is a parasitic fungi on the mustard plant ?

84 / 90

Which of the following is an example of amoeboid protozoans ?

85 / 90

Which of the following pairs come under the group chrysophytes?

86 / 90

Which of the following processes are involved in the reproduction of protists ?

87 / 90

Which of the following is the smallest living cell and can live without oxygen?

88 / 90

Which of the following pigment is present in cyanobacteria?

89 / 90

Protists are

90 / 90

Organisms of which of the following kingdom do not have nuclear membrane ?

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The Living World (TEST)

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BIOLOGY CHAPTERWISE TESTS

The Living World

Important Instructions:

(1) There is only one correct option.

(2) Duration of Test is 1 Hours and Questions Paper Contains 90 Questions. The Max. Marks are 360.

(3) Each correct answer carries 4 marks, while 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Guessing of answer is harmful. 

1 / 90

The common characteristics between tomato and potato will be maximum at the level of their__________.

2 / 90

Which of the following statement(s) is/are not correct ?
(i) Genus comprises a group of related species which has more characters in common in comparison to species of other genera.
(ii) Three different genera such as Solanum, Datura and Petunia are placed in the family malvaceae.
(iii) In case of plants, classes with a few similar characters are assigned to a higher category called phylum.