Animal Kingdom Questions

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List of animal kingdom Questions

Question No Questions Class
1 Choose the correct answers from the
alternatives given Which of the following characteristics first developed in reptiles?
A. Amniotic egg
B. Scales on skin
c. Four-legged body
D. Skull and vertebral column
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2 Define haemocoel and true coelom. 11
3 In which of the following vertebrate groups, heart does not pump oxygenated blood to different parts of the body?
A. Pisces and amphibians
B. Amphibians and reptiles
c. Amphibians only
D. Pisces only
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4 Metameric segmentation is the characteristic of
A. Platyhelminthes and Arthropoda
B. Echinodermata and Annelida
c. Annelida and Arthropoda
D. Mollusca and Chordata
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5 Which of the following types of animal are affected the most by temperature changes in the environment?
( A ). Birds
B. Desert living
c. Poikilothermic
D. Homoiothermic
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6 What is a hemichordate? 11
7 What is the meaning of “ectothermal animal”?
A. The animals whose body temperature varies with environmental temperature
B. The animals whose body temperature do not vary with environmental temperature
c. The animals who can maintain their body temperature.
D. All of the above
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8 Write short notes on:
(a) Coelom
(b) Metamerism (c)
Notochord
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9 Most vertebrates show
A. Bilateral symmetry
B. Radial symmetry
C. Biradial symmetry
D. Spherical symmetry
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10 Organisms attached to substratum
generally possess
A. Asymmetrical body
B. Radial symmetry
c. one single opening of digestive canal
D. cilia on the surface to create water current
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11 Refer to the given figure which shows
sectional view of two types of coelom, ( A )
and B. Select the correct option which
represents groups of animals that
possess A or B.
A. A-Aschelminthes and Annelids; B-Echinoderms and Chordates
B. A-Annelids, Echinoderms and Chordates; BAschelminthes
C. A-Echinoderms and Chordates; B-Aschelminthes and Annelids
D. A-Aschelminthes; B-Annelids, Echinoderms and Chordates
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12 Which of the following characteristics is not shared by birds and mammals?
A. A backbone and internal skeleton
B. Respiration through lungs
c. Viviparity
D. Warm-blooded condition
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13 Whales live in water. They belong to the group of vertebrates called
A . Fish
B. Amphibians
c. Reptiles
D. Mammals
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14 Which of the following pairs belong to the category of cold blooded animals?
A. Snakes and birds
B. Bat and rats
c. Frog and snakes
D. Birds and monkey
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15 Coelenterata are
A. Ureotelic
B. Uricotelic
C. Ammonotelic
D. None of the above
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16 Assertion
Tapeworm, roundworm and pinworm are
endoparasites of human intestine.
Reason
Improperly cooked food is the source of
intestinal infections.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion.
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect.
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17 Chordates have
A. Dorsal nerve cord
B. Dorsal hollow nerve cord
C. Brain
D. Ventral nerve cord
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18 The body of Tongue Worm Balanoglossus is differentiated into
A. Head, trunk and tail
B. Trunk and tail
c. Proboscis, collar and trunk
D. Proboscis and collar
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19 Which of the following animals have a lophophore?
A. Waldheimia
B. Wallago
c. wall-lizard
D. Heart-urchin
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20 Match the name of the animal with one
characteristics and the phylum or class to which it belongs.
A. Petromyzon – Ectoparasite – Cyclostomata
B. Ichthyophis – Terrestrial – Reptilia
c. Limulus – Body covered by chitinuous exoskeleton Pisces
D. Adamsia – Radially symmetrical- Porifera
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21 In which of the following brain is absent?
A. cyclostomata
B. Pisces
c. Amphibia
D. Protochordata
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22 Animals with cleidoic eggs show
A. External fertilization, internal development
B. Internal fertilization, internal development
C. External fertilization, external development
D. Internal fertilization, external development
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23 Which of the following statement is
true?
A. All living member of class Cyclostomata are parasites of some fish
B. There are about 2000 species in class Osteichthyes
C. Ciona belongs to subphylum Cephalochordata
D. Arthropods are diploblastic animals
E. Ascaris lumbricoides is a flat worm
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24 Body cavity between the body and
internal organs is called
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25 Kidney of mammals is
A. Pronephric
B. Mesonephric
C . Metanephric
D. None of the above
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26 Define the term and give one example
Coelom
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27 What is the source of coelomic fluid? 11
28 From band of cilia identify this figure.
A. Tornaria larva
B. Trochophore larva
c. Planeria larva
D. None of the above
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29 Heart of humans is ………… chambered.
A. One
B. Two
c. Three
D. Four
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30 If a starfish is cut into pieces, each piece grow into a complete animal. The process is called-
A. Regeneration
B. Reproduction
c. Healing of wounds
D. Growth
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31 Which of the following nematodes are parasitic to humans?
A. Ascaris
B. Earthworm
c. Both A and B
D. Housefly
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32 Which of the following are correct?
(i) ( quad ) Diploblastic :
Poriferans, Coelenter ” Diploni :
and What is and
Platyhelminthes to
(ii) ( quad ) Triploblastic: ( quad ) Chordates Triploblastic:
(iii) Acoelomata:
(iv) Pseudocoelomata
:
Aschelminthes/Roundv
Eucoelomata:
( (v) )
Annelids to Chordates
( mathbf{A} cdot(mathrm{i}),(mathrm{iii}),(mathrm{iv}) ) and ( (mathrm{v}) )
B. (iii) and (v)
C ( . ) (i), (ii), and (v)
D. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v)
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33 Stomochord is found in
A. Urochordata
B. Hemichordata
c. cephalochordata
D. Both A and B
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34 Movement of snake is helped by
A. Muscles
B. Head
c. Tail
D. Reduced ribs
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35 Name the germ layers from which the following tissues or organs are produced.
I. Kidneys
II. Internal ear
III. Trachea
A. I- Endoderm; II- Ectoderm; III- Mesoderm
B. I- Endoderm; II- Mesoderm; III-Ectoderm
c. I- Ectoderm; II- Endoderm; III- Mesoderm
D. I- Mesoderm; II-Endoderm; III-Ectoderm
E. I- Mesoderm; II- Ectoderm; II- Endoderm
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36 Order Primata contains
A. Shrew and hedge hog
B. Bats and vampire
C. Monkeys and man
D. Horses and zebra
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37 A marine dinosaur
is
A. Ichthyosaur
B. Pelycosaur
c. Pterosaur
D. Tyrannosaurus
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38 Paired fins of fishes are
A. Caudal and ventral
B. Dorsal and ventral
C . Pectoral and pelvic
D. Caudal and pectoral
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39 Which of the following is a true fish?
A . Flying fish
B. Cuttle fish
c. silver fish
D. Jelly fish
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40 Tuatara, an organism with pentadacty limb, is an amniote. It also possesses the nictitating membrane and spines on the body. To which class does this organism belong?
A. Mammalia
B. Reptilia
c. Aves
D. Amphibia
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41 Which of the following belongs to a fish category?
A. Star fish
B. Cuttle fish
c. Devil fish
D. Sea horse
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42 When the body of the animal can be divided into identical halves in only one
plane then it is termed as
A. Asymmetry
B. Bilateral symmetry
C. Radial symmetry
D. Biradial symmetry
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43 The chordates without jaw are placed in
A. Agnathostomes
B. Gnathosomes
c. vertebrates
D. Euchordates
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44 A colonial hydrozoan is
A . Aurelia
B. Hydra
c. Metridium
D. obelia
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45 Which one has (a) Tissue level
organisation,
(b) Organ level organisation?
A. Tissue level organisation- Hydra, Organ level organisation – Liver fluke
B. Tissue level organisation – Liver fluke, Organ level organisation – Hydra
c. Tissue level organisation – Centipede, Organ level organisation – Earthworm
D. Tissue level organisation – Earthworm, organ level organisation – Centipede
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46 Identify the coral islands from the following.
A. Fij
B. Maldives
c. Laccadives
D. All of the above
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47 The animals in which coelom originates as a space in the mesoderm are termed
as
A. Acoelomates
B. Pseudocoelomates
c. Schizocoelic and enterocoelic
D. All of the above
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48 Which one of the following animals has
a nervous system but no brain?
A. Earthworm
B. Hydra
c. Amoeba
D. cockroach
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49 Heart pumps only impure blood in case of
A. Sharks
B. Whale
c. Lizard
D. Frog
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50 In which phylum, the coelom is formed by fusion of gut pouches during embryonic stage?
A. Platyhelminthes
B. Aschelminthes
c. Annelida
D. Hemichordata
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51 Choose a set of organisms showing bilateral symmetry.
A. Spongilla, Hydra, Ascaris
B. Sea fan, Sea cucumber, Cockroach
c. Earthworm, Octopus, Balanoglossus
D. Laccifer, Nereis, Ctenoplana
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52 Vertebrates are mainly divided into
groups
A. Four
B. Three
c. Five
D. Two
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53 The tympanum is absent is
A. Dog fish
B. Cat fish
c. Bony fishes
D. All the fishes
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54 In Balanoglossus
A. Sexes are united and fertilization is external
B. Sexes are separate and fertilization is external
C. Sexes are separate and fertilization is internal
D. Sexes are united and fertilization is internal
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55 Feeding zooids of Physalia are called
A. Gastrozooids
B. Dactylozoids
c. Gonodendra
D. Gonopalpons
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56 Give any one difference between each of
the following:
(a) Protozoa and Metazoa
(b) Vertebrate and Invertebrate
(c) Insecta and Arachnida
(d) Flatworm and Roundworm
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57 Q Type your question
(i.e, acoelomate, pseudocoelomate and
coelomate)
Spongilla, Sea anemone, Planaria,
Liverfluke Wuchereria, Ascaris, Nereis,
Earthworm, Scorpion, Birds, Fishes,
Horse.
A. (i)Acoelomate: Spongilla, Sea anemone, Planaria, Liver fluke.
(ii) Pseudocoelomate: Wuchereria, Ascaris.
(iii) Coelomate: Nereis, Earthworm, Scorpion, Birds, Fishes, Horse.
B. (i)Acoelomate: Wuchereria, Ascaris.
(ii) Pseudocoelomate: Spongilla, Sea anemone, Planaria, Liver fluke.
(iii) Coelomate: Nereis, Earthworm, Scorpion, Birds, Fishes, Horse.
C. (i)Acoelomate: Nereis, Earthworm, Scorpion, Birds, Fishes, Horse.
(ii) Pseudocoelomate: Spongilla, Sea anemone, Planaria, Liver fluke.
(iii) Coelomate: Wuchereria, Ascaris.
D. (i)Acoelomate: Nereis, Earthworm, Sea anemone, Planaria, Liver fluke.
(ii) Pseudocoelomate: Spongilla, Scorpion, Birds, Fishes, Horse.
oelomate: Wuchereria, Ascaris.
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58 Classify the following organisms based on the absence/presence of true coelom (i.e., acoelomate, pseudocoelomate and coelomate) Spongilla, Sea anemone Planaria, Liver fluke, Wuchereria,
Ascaris, Nereis, Earthworm, Scorpion,
Birds, Fishes, Horse.
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59 All triploblastic animals are?
A. Eucoelomated
B. Bilateral symmetry
c. schizocoelomates
D. Pseudocoelomates
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60 True multicellularity occurs only in
A. Animals
B. Eukaryotes
c. Plants and animals
D. Plants, animals and protists
E. Plants, animals and fungi
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61 Amniotes include
A. Fishes, reptiles and amphibians
B. Amphibians, birds and reptiles
C. Birds, reptiles and mammals
D. Amphibians, reptiles and mammals
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62 Human shows
A. Radial symmetry
B. Asymmetry
C. Bilateral symmetry
D. All of the above
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63 Name the phylum in which notochord is
present
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64 External ear is found in
A. Reptiles
B. Mammals
c. Amphibians
D. Fishes
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65 Write different levels of organisations. 11
66 Assertion
Tapeworm, roundworm and pinworm are
endoparasites of human intestine.
Reason
Improperly cooked food is the source of
all intestinal infections.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion.
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D. Assertion is incorrect but Reason is correct.
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67 Examine the figures of diploblastic (i) and triploblastic (ii) organisation in animals given below and identify the
labelled parts A to D.
A. A – Mesoglea, B – Ectoderm, C – Endoderm,
D- Mesoderm
B. A- Endoderm, B – Mesoderm,
C – Mesoglea, Ectoderm
c. A – Mesoderm, B – Mesoglea, C – Ectoderm, Endoderm
D. A – Ectoderm, B – Endoderm
C – Mesoglea, Mesoderm
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68 Which is incorrect statement?
A. There are no mesodermal cells in pseudocoelomates
B. There is no body cavity in first triploblastic animals
C. There is no second opening in diploblastic animal gut
D. There is no co-ordination between cells of sponges.
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69 Chondrichthyes is characterised by
A. Placoid scale
B. Placoid scale and ventral mouth
c. ventral mouth
D. Ctenoid scale and ventral mouth
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70 Define coelom. Explain the two types of coelom formation in animals. 11
71 Which of the following is the land tortoise?
A. Trionyx
B. Testudo
c. chelone
D. Kachuga
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72 The mammal that does not possess 7 cervical vertebrae is
A . Horse
B. Giraffe
c. Elephant
D. Manatee
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73 Scale less fish is
A. Torpedo
B. Catfish
( c . ) Both A and B
D. Raja
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74 Alligator occurs in
A. India
B. America and China
C. Africa
D. Australia
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75 Fringing reefs, barrier reefs and atolls
are the types of
A. Algae
B. Bryophytes
c. Pteridophytes
D. coral reefs
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76 Bilateral symmetry is found in
A. Cindaria
B. Platyhelminthes
c. Mollusca
D. Both B and C
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77 A radially symmetrical and diploblastic animal is
A. Roundworm
B. Earthworm
c. Hydra
D. Liver Fluke
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78 Gnawing teeth occur in
A. Rodentia
B. Lagomorpha
C. Both A and B
D. Pholidota
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79 A list of animals is given below. Identify the animals with open circulatory system and choose the correct answer.
(A) Squid
(B) Cockroach
(C) Earthworm
(D) Prawn
(E) Silverfish
(F) Snail
( A cdot B, D, F )
B. A, B, D, F
c. ( mathrm{c}, mathrm{D}, mathrm{E}, mathrm{G} )
D. B, D, E, F
E. ( A, B, D, F, G )
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80 Fresh water snakes are commonly
A. Viviparous
B. Less poisonous
c. Deadly poisonous
D. Non-poisonous
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81 Heart of Cyclostomata is chambered.
A . 2
B. 3
( c cdot 4 )
D. None of these
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82 Vetebral column is derived from
A. Dorsal nerve cord
B. Ventral nerve cord
C. Outgrowth of cranium
D. Notochord
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83 Which one of the following is a cartilaginous fish?
A. Wallago
B. Anguilla
c. Notopterous
D. Torpedo
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84 What is common between parrot,
platypus and kangaroo?
A. Mammary glands
B. Homeothermy
c. Toothless jaws
D. Functional post-anal tail
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85 Choose the correct statement
A. All mammals are viviparous
B. All cyclostomes do not possess; jaws and paired fins
C. All reptiles have a three-chambered heart
D. All Pisces have gills covered by an operculum
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86 An animal which has notochord
throughout its life is
A. Fish
B. Birdd
c. snake
D. Amphioxus
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87 Describe the criteria for classification
considering the number of Germinal
layers.
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88 Radial symmetry is not found in
A. Hydra
B. Asterias
c. starfish
D. Araneae
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89 The reptile which glides in the air is
A. Draco
B. Phrynosoma
c. Anguis
D. calotes
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90 Why is bat included under mammals? 11
91 Crocodile and penguin are similar to whale and Dogfish in which one of the following features?
A. Possess a solid single stranded central nervous
B. Lay eggs and guard them till they hatch
c. Possess bony skeleton
D. Have gill slits at some stage
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92 Armoured fishes belongs to class
A. Placodermi
B. Osteichytes
c. Elasmobranchi
D. Chondrichthyes
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93 Earliest jawed vertebrates were
A. Ostracoderms
B. Placoderms
c. crossopterygians
D. Elasmobranchs
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94 Lizards reproduce by
A. Laying eggs
B. Roots
c. stems
D. seeds
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95 In which of the following tympanum is absent?
A. Bird
B. Frog
c. Lizard
D. snake
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96 Which of the following is a circular mouthed fish?
A. Myxine
B. Torpedo
c. Trygon
D. Scoliodon
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97 The correct match for functions of
nematocysts is
A. Stenotele
(i) Paralysing
B. Volvent
(ii) Capturing
C. Large glutinant
(iii) Attachment
D. Small glutinant
(iv) Locomotion
A. A- (ii), B- (i), C- (iii), D- (iv)
B. A- (i), B- (ii), C- (iii), D- (iv)
C. ( A- ) (iv), ( B- ) (iii), ( C- ) (ii), D- (i)
D. A- (iv), B- (i), C- (ii), D- (iii)
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98 Give examples and explain what is meant by external fertilisation? 11
99 Roundworms are found to live in which
sort of environment?
A. Almost any
B. Hot
c. Extremely cold
D. sunny
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100 The animal that mostly depends on Metabolic water’ to survive for long periods without drinking water
A. Didelphis
B. Ornythorhynehus
c. Macropus
D. Dipodomys
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101 Study the following statements about chordate.
A) Columella auris present in the middle ear of amphibians is modified hyomandibula of fishes.
B) Reptiles lay cledoic egg.
C) Sphenodon is a connecting link between amphibians and reptiles.
D) Panthera tigris is an extinct animal of
India.
From the above identify the incorrect
statement or statements.
( A cdot A, C )
B. Only A
c. only D
D. B,
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102 92. The study of insects
(1) Anthropology
(2) Zoology (3) Etymology
(4) Entomology
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103 Which of the following statements is wrong about symmetry, while the other
three are correct?
A. Any plane that passes through the centre does not divide the body into equal halves in most sponges
B. The body of an arthropod can be divided into identical halves in two planes
c. Any plane passing through the central axis of the body divides Hydra into two identical halves
D. The body of an annelid can be divided into identical halves in only one plane.
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104 Fishes which are parasite as well as
scavanger are
A. ostracoderm
B. cyclostomata
c. Tetrapoda
D. All of the above
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105 Write down the characteristic features
of animals mammal?
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106 Differentiate between
radially symmetrical and bilaterally symmetrical organisms.
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107 True fish possess gills and fins. Which one of the following is not a true fish?
A. Carassius
B. Hythalamincthyes
c. Hippocampus
D. Lepisma
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108 Coelom derived from ‘blastocoel’ is
known as
A. Enterocoelom
B. Haemocoel
c. Pseudocoelom
D. Schizocoel
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109 Ectoparasite of shark is
A. Herdmania
B. Balanoglossus.
c. Amphioxus
D. Petromyzon
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110 A limbless lizard is
A. Amblyrhynchus
B. ophisaurus
c. Draco
D. Moloch
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111 The blind sac body plan is applicable to members of ………. of kingdom Animalia
A. Porifera
B. Annelida and Arthropoda
c. Cnidaria and Platyhelminthes
D. None of the above
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112 Example of viviparous fish is
A . Labeo
B. Scoliodon
c. Hippocampus
D. Exocoetus
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113 Cnidarians exhibit two basic body forms. What are they? How do they differ
from each other? Give one examples in each.
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114 At present the Dipnoans are distributed
over
A. Europe and North America
B. Latin America and Australia
c. Europe and Latin America
D. North America and Australia
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115 Define the following terms:
(a) Triploblastic
(b) Coelomate
(c) Notochord
(d) Bilateral
symmetry
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116 Elephant drinks water through
A. Probosics
B. Mouth
c. First sucks water in probosics and then pours the same in mouth
D. Elephant does not drink water
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117 Skin of reptiles is characterised by
A. Sweat gland
B. Oil gland
c. Hair
D. Scales
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118 Precious Red Coral is / Coral used in
ornaments is
A. Asterias
B. Fungia
c. corallium
D. Tubipora
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119 There are three set of animals ( C, D ) and
E. Which symmetry gets cephalization?
A. Type C- Bilateral symmetry
B. Type D- Radial symmetry
c. Type E- No symmetry
D. Both B and C
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120 Mammals are
A. cold
B. Warm
c. All are cold blooded with few exceptions of warm blooded
D. None of the above
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121 Our body irritates if it comes in contact with jelly fish. Give reasons. 11
122 Chordates are distinguished form non
chordates by the presence of
A. Brain
B. Dorsal tubular hollow nerve cord
c. Ventral nerve cord
D. Dorsal nerve cord
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123 The feet with two toes forming cloven
hoof is seen in
A . Horse
B. zebra
c. Rhinoceros
D. Elephant
E. Sheep
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124 Short answer type questions How can you distinguish even-toed ungulates from odd-toed ungulates? 11
125 Hemichordates are the connecting link between
A. Urochordates and cephalochordates
B. Cephalochordates and vertebrates
c. Urochordates and vertebrates
D. Non-chordates and chordates
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126 Exocoetus is a ( _{-1-}-_{-1}-_{text {type of }} )
fish.
A. Bony
B. Semi-bony
c. cartilaginous
D. None of these
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127 Which one of the following is an example of a lung-fish?
A. Scoliodon
B. Coelacanth
c. Labeo
D. Protopterus
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128 Write the special characteristics/features of symmetry
with an example.
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129 toppr ow
Q Type your question
Choose the correct body plan from ( A ) to ( G )
and fill in the table.
Column I Column II
Name of the animal ( quad ) Body Plan
(i) Silverfish
(ii) Planaria
(iii) Jellyfish
(iv) Lizard
(v) Ascaris
Ectoderm
I Fndodern
( therefore therefore ). mesoderm
cavity
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130 Choose the correct answers from the
alternatives given.
Which one of the following body
structure describes the freshwater
hydra?
A. A swimming medusa with mouth pointing upward
B. A sessile medusa with mouth pointing upward
C. A sessile polyp form with mouth pointing downward
D. A freely moving polyp with mouth pointing upward
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131 Define the term and give one example
Bilateral symmetry
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132 Which do you think is a more basic characteristic for classifying
organisms?
a) the place where they leave
b) the kind of cells they are made of
Why?
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133 The figure shows four animals (a), (b),
(c) and (d). Select the correct answer
with respect to a common characteristics of two of these animals.
(a)
(b)
(d)
A . (a) and
(d) respire mainly through body wall.
B. (b) and
(c) show radial symmetry.
( c cdot(a) ) and
(b) have cnidoblasts for self-defense.
D. (c) and
(d) have a true coelom.
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134 Sweat is reddish in
A. Hippopotamus
B. Elephant
C. Rhino
D. Musk deer
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135 The echinoderms, hemichordates and
chordates had which of the following larva as common ancestral form?
A. Tornaria
B. Trochophore
c. Dipleurula
D. Bipinnaria
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136 What are poikilothermic animals? 11
137 Choose the correct answers from the
alternatives given. Generally the breathing system in birds:
A. is identical to the human breathing system
B. is merely accelerated by the flight muscles
c. resembles the positive pressure system of a frog
D. requires a flow-through bronchi-lung so constant oxygen absorption can meet the high oxygen demand
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138 Select the taxon mentioned that
represents both marine and fresh water
species.
A. Echionoderms
B. Ctenophora
c. cephalochordata
D. Cnidaria
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139 Kidney of fish is of type
A. Pronephros
B. Opisthonephros
c. Metanephros
D. Nephridia
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140 Assertion
Hemichordata are connecting link between Chordata and non-Chordata.
Reason In vertebrates the origin of coelom is schizocoelic formed by splitting of mesoderm, whereas all invertebrates except echinoderms are enterocoelic.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Assertion is incorrect but Reason is correct
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141 If Hydra is broken into pieces
A. Hydra will die.
B. Every fragment will grow into complete Hydra.
C. Some fragments will form complete Hydra.
D. Hydra will undergo sexual reproduction.
11
142 Which features make reptiles successful on land? 11
143 Statement 1: Metameric animals are
triploblastic Statement 2: Triploblastic animals are
bilaterally symmetrical
A. Both are correct
B. Both are incorrect
( c .1 ) is correct, 2 is incorrect
D. 1 is incorrect, 2 is correct
11
144 The third supralabial is the largest touching the nasal shield and eye is found in
A. Krait
B. Cobra
c. viper
D. Anaconda
11
145 Which organism are called primitive
and how are they different from the socalled advanced organisms?
11
146 are included in Lacertilia.
A . Lizards
B. Turtles
c. snakes
D. Tortoises
11
147 Only one semicircular canal is present
in
A. Bony fish
B. Cartilaginous fish
c. Hagfish
D. Amphibians
11
148 The term phylum in taxonomy was given by
A. John Roy
B. G. L. Cuvier
c. c. L. Linnaeus
D. Lamark
11
149 Most of the animals which can be
divided into two equal halves by only two planes included in the phylum
A. Porifera
B. Ctenophora
c. Platyhelminthes
D. All of the above
11
150 Indian Monkey is
A. Macaca
B. Gorilla
c. Ramapithecus
D. Simia
11
151 Differentiate between Vertebrates and
Invertebrates
11
152 Character not shared by monotremes
and reptiles is
A. Body covered by hair and four chambered heart
B. A median T-shaped interclavicle present
C. Presence of cloaca
D. Thoracic ribs are single headed
11
153 Bilaterally symmetrical organisms
include
A. Planaria
B. Roundworms
c. Humans
D. Arthropods
E. All of the above
11
154 Describe the criteria for animal
classification.
11
155 Snake’s venom is
A. Alkaline in reaction
B. Acidic in reaction
C. Alkaline and rich fatty acids
D. Acidic and rich fatty acids
11
156 Assertion
Acraniata is a group of organisms which do not have distinct cranium.
Reason
It includes small marine forms without
head
A. If both the assertion and the reason are true and the reason is a correct explanation of the assertion
B. If both the assertion and reason are true but the reason is not a correct explanation of the assertion
c. If the assertion is true but the reason is false
D. If both the assertion and reason are false
11
157 Duck-billed Platypus is connecting link between
A. Reptiles and mammals
B. Reptiles and birds
c. Echinoderms and chordates
D. Living and non-livinggg
11
158 Animals which have well developed echolocation system like that of bats
are
A. Wild cats
B. Beavers
c. Primates
D. Whales and dolphins
E. Hedgehogs
11
159 Metazoa is characterised by
A. Unicellular animals
B. Colonial animals
C. Multicellular animals
D. Multicellular decomposers
11
160 In corals, the gonads are
A. Endodermal
B. Ectodermal
c. Mesodermal
D. Mesogleal
11
161 Body cavity lined by mesoderm is
A. Coelenteron
B. Blastocoel
c. coelom
D. Pseudocoel
11
162 Which of the following is a catfish?
A. Labeo rohita
B. Catla catla
c. cirrhina mrigala
D. wallago attu
11
163 Ichthyophis belongs to
A. Amphibia
B. Mollusca
C. Annelida
D. Reptila
11
164 Which is incorrect statement?
A. There are no mesodermal cells in psedocoelomates
B. There is no body cavity in first triploblastic animals
C. There is no second opening in diploblastic animal gut
D. There is no co-ordination between cells of sponges
11
165 Which of the following group organisms show the presence of pharyngeal slits at some point of their development?
A. Arthropoda
B. Bryozoa
c. chordata
D. Cnidaria
E. Mollusca
11
166 are included in squamata.
A. Snakes
B. Lizards
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above
11
167 Among reptiles, in which of the following is self mutilation generally
seen?
A. Snakes
B. Lizards
c. crocodiles
D. Tortoises
11
168 Which one of the following is not a characteristic feature of the sub-
phylum Vertebrata?
A. Dorsal tubular nerve cord
B. Ventral muscular heart
c. Presence of notochord in the adult
D. Presence of kidneys
E. Two pairs of lateral appendages, fins or limbs
11
169 Budding is a normal mode of asexual reproduction in
A. Starfish and Hydra
B. Hydra and sponges
c. tapeworm and Hydra
D. Sponge and starfish
11
170 Select the correct option regarding
features present in
Butterfly Haemoç
(4)
11
171 A student Identify the organism under microscope and investigate that the organism have streamlined body. Identify the organism. 11
172 Ancestors of colostomies are
A. Myxinoidea
B. Arthropods
c. ostracoderms
D. Urochordates
11
173 A common characteristic of all
vertebrates is
A. Presence of skull
B. Division of body into head, neck, trunk and tail
C. Presence of two pairs of functional appendages
D. Body is covered with an exoskeleton
11
174 In elephants, testes are
( A cdot ) In abdobmen
B. In scrotal sacs
c. Absent
D. In iguinal canal
11
175 In which of the following class of Reptilia, the skull posses a solid roof?
A. Anapsida
B. Diapsida
c. Parapsida
D. synapsida
E. Both c and
11
176 Maximum life span of a dog in years is
A. 5
B. 10
c. 15
D. 20
11
177 Jelly Fish Aurelia occurs abundantly in
A. Mumbai coast
B. Tamil Nadu Coast
c. Bay of Bengal
D. All of the above
11
178 Polyps and medusae are similar in
which one of the following context?
A. Both can be motile
B. Both are diploblastic.
c. Both are herbivorous.
D. Both have mature gonads.
11
179 The single median nostril is characteristic of
A. Birds
B. Cyclostomes
c. Bony fishes
D. Protochordates
11
180 Sea Anemone is characterised by
A. A whorl of several tentacles
B. Many whorls of tentacles
c. Irregularly placed tentacles
D. Absence of tentacles
11
181 Draw a diagram showing the external features of a fish and label any two
parts
11
182 The species of coral which is used in jewellery.
A. corallium
B. Anthocodium
c. Gorgonium
D. Fungia
11
183 Give an example of a jawless fish. 11
184 Aquatic animal with prehensile tail is
A. Chamaeleon
B. Macaca
c. Exocoetus
D. Hippocampus
11
185 Explain how animals in Vertebrata are classified into further subgroups. 11
186 Define metamerism. 11
187 The correct hierarchical order with
respect to the level of organization in animals is
A. Organ system, organ, tissue, cell
B. Cell, tissue, organ, organ system
C. Tissue, cell, organ, organ system
D. Cell, organ, organ system, tissue
11
188 Radial symmetry is often exhibited by animals having
A. One opening of alimentary canal
B. Ciliary mode of feeding
c. Benthos or sedentary nature
D. None of the above
11
189 Which of the following statement
relates to the body plan of an animal?
A. Its general structure
B. Its general form and the functional interrelationship of its parts
c. Its general form and its evolutionary history
D. All of the above
11
190 Deuterostomial coelomates are
A. Chordates
B. Mollusk
C. Arthropods
D. Annelids
11
191 Which of the following is not a
characteristic feature of all chordates?
A. Dorsal Nerve Cord
B. Presence of Coelom
C. Pharyngeal gill clefts in the early embryonic stage
D. Diaphragm that separates thorax and abdomen
11
192 The maximum number of fish belong to
A. Elasmobranchii
B. Dipnoi
c. Actinopterygii
D. crossopterygii
11
193 toppr
Q Type your question
3. Flying foxes, member of Chiroptera
4. Proboscidea, the largest land animal
5. Primates with estrous or menstrual
cycle
6. Legormorphs with two pairs of
incisors with open root canals
7. Prototherians, sharing features with primitive vertebrates.
A. ( 1-A, 2-F, 3-C, 4-G, 5-D, 6-E, 7-B )
B. 1- B, 2- G, 3- D, 4- A, 5- F, 6- E, 7- C
c. ( 1- ) В, ( 2-F, 3-C, 4-G, 5-D, 6-B, 7-E )
D. ( 1- ) B, ( 2-F, 3-G, 4-A, 5-D, 6-E, 7-C )
11
194 Find the correct match between given
set of organisms, their characteristics
and exception among them.
Organism Characteristic Exception
A. Rana, Alytes Without post Alytes
Bufo anal tail
B. Chelone Oviparous Testudo
Testudo
Calotes
C. Neophron Comb-like Apteryx
Corvus pecten
Apteryx
D. Fasciola Exhibit Dasypus
Dasypus Polyembryony
Echidna
11
195 Lateral line sensory system is markedly developed in
A. Scoliodon.
B. Cyclostomes, fish and a few larval amphibianss
c. Larval stages of fishes.
D. All members of class Elasmobranchii
11
196 Which of the following is ‘lizard bird’?
A. Archaeopteryx
B. Struthio
c. Aptenodytes
D. Hesperornis
11
197 Which of the following is found exclusively in the sea water?
A. Prawns
B. Trygon
c. crabs
D. oysters
11
198 Match each item in Column I with
appropriate one/s in Column I
Select the correct alternative:
( A cdot A-V I I, B-I, C-I )
B. A-IV, B-I, C-II
c. A-VII, B-V, C-VI
D. A-IV, B-II, C-V
11
199 Which phylum shows bilateral
symmetry and no body cavity?
A. coelenterate
B. Platyhelminthes
c. Aschelminthes
D. Annelida
11
200 Which one is a reptile?
A. Toadd
B. Salamander
c. Newt
D. Turtle
11
201 Name one fish like reptile that evolved from land reptile about 200 million
years ago?
11
202 Excretory organs of urochordates are
A. Neural gland
B. Pyloric glandd
c. Nephrocytes
D. None of the above
11
203 Kingdom Animalia is also known as
A. Metazoa
B. Protozoa
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
11
204 Kolliker’s pit’ of protochordates is regarded as organ of
A. Smell
B. Taste
c. sight
D. None of the above
11
205 Petromyzon and Myxine are not regarded as true fishes, because
A. They lack unpaired fins
B. They have circular mouth
c. In them operculum is absent
D. There is absence of paired fins and jaws
11
206 What evidence does fetal science
provides in the case of the phylum
chordata?
11
207 Kidney of which of the following can filter coelomic fluid, as well as blood
and is also archinephric?
A. Myxine
B. Petromyzon
c. Amphioxus
D. All of the above
11
208 In which of the following animal, post anal tail is found?
A. Earthworm
B. Lower invertebrate
c. Scorpion
D. snake
11
209 Which one is (a) Diploblastic (b)
Triploblastic?
Hydra, Centipede (Scolopendra), Liver fluke (Fasciola), Earthworm (Pheretima
posthuma)
A. Diploblastic – Hydra, Centipede (Scolopendra) Triploblastic – Liver fluke (Fasciola), Earthworm (Pheretima posthuma)
B. Diploblastic – Liver fluke (Fasciola), Centipede (Scolopendra), Earthworm (Pheretima posthuma) Triploblastic – Hydra
C. Diploblastic – Hydra; Triploblastic – Liver fluke (Fasciola), Centipede (Scolopendra), Earthworm (Pheretima posthuma)
D. Diploblastic – Hydra, Earthworm (Pheretima posthuma) Triploblastic – Liver fluke (Fasciola), Centipede (Scolopendra)
11
210 Which of the following phylum do not possess true coelom?
A. Aschelminthes
B. Annelida
c. ctenophora
D. Platyhelminthes
11
211 Member of Dipnoi are native of
A. India.
B. Africa and Australia.
c. New Zealand
D. None of the above
11
212 Which one of the following is not a Chordata character?
A. Dorsal heart
B. Dorsal and hollow nerve cord
C. Pharyngeal gill slits
D. Post anal tail
11
213 Homeothermic animals are
A. Toadd
B. Lizard
c. Rabbit
D. Frog
11
214 Which one of the following animal is protostomes?
A. Acorn worm
B. Spiny skinned animal
c. Earthworm
D. Echidna
11
215 Haemocoel is found in
A . Hydra
B. Cockroach
c. Earthworm
D. snake
11
216 Which of the following is true about
notochord?
A. It is present in all adult chordates.
B. It is present in all echinoderms.
C. It is present in chordates during embryonic development
D. It is always a vestigial organ in chordates.
E. It forms a part of the nervous system of all vertebrates.
11
217 Consider following features
(a) Organ system level of organisation
(b) Bilateral symmetry
(c) True coelomates with segmentation
of body
Select the correct option of animal groups which possess all the above characteristic’s.
A. Annelida, Arthropoda and Chordata
B. Annelida, Arthropoda and Mollusca
c. Arthropoda, Mollusca and chordata
D. Annelida, Mollusca and Chordata
11
218 The group Beroe and Neis is commonly called as
A. Beroids
B. Brain coral
c. Dead men’s fingers
D. venus’s girdle
11
219 Which of the following fish is jawless?
A. Chondrichthyes
B. osteichthyes
c. cyclostomata
D. Amphibia
11
220 Anemone fish can live safely within the tentacles of sea anemones because
they have specialised scales that are immune to the stings. Which organ helps in the stinging mechanism?
A. Nematocysts
B. Pinacocytes
c. choanocyte
D. Nectophore
11
221 33. The type of tail found in Shark is
(1) Protocercal
(2) Homocercal
(3) Heterocercal
(4) Diphycercal
11
222 Sonar system is found only in
A. Bats
B. Whales
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
11
223 Digestive system is complete where
A. All the digestive glands are present
B. Both anus and mouth are present
C. Digestion occurs in the cavity of digestive tract
D. Digestion occurs in the individual cells lining the digestive tract
11
224 is a parasite which also causes waterborne disease.
A. Roundworm
B. Tapeworm
c. Both A and B
D. Earthworm
11
225 The figures given show the types of coelom. Identify them and select the correct group of organisms which
possess them.
A. A – Annelids, B – Aschelminthes, C – Platyhelminthes
B. A – Molluscs, B – Arthropods, C – Platyhelminthes
c. A – Echinoderms, B – Aschelminthes, C – Annelids
D. A – Echinoderms, B – Arthropods, C – Platyhelminthes
11
226 The membranes that suspend
vertebrate organs in the body cavity are
called:
A . visceral muscle
B. coelomic membranes
c. ligaments
D. visceral membranes
11
227 Coelom is the
A. Internal body cavity between visceral organs and body wall
B. Internal body cavity between visceral organs and cellular wall
C. External body cavity between visceral organs and cellular wall
D. Internal body cavity between lateral organs and cellular wall
11
228 Give an example of a cartilaginous fish. 11
229 Which one of the following is an example of viviparous animal?
A. Amphibians
B. Bony fish
c. Fish
D. Shark
11
230 Which among these is not a homeotherm?
A. Aptenodytes
B. Testudo
c. Delphinus
D. Neophron
11
231 Unpaired external naris occurs in
A. Petromyzon
B. Torpedo
c. Anabas
D. Solea
11
232 Bony fishes can stay at any particular depth in water without spending energy
due to presence of
A. Operculum
B. Tympanum
c. Pneumatic bones
D. Swim bladder
11
233 Ornithorhynchus is an example of
A. Dinosaur
B. Monotreme mammal
c. Marsupial mammal
D. Eutherian mammal
11
234 Portuguese man of war is
A. Pennatula
B. corallium
c. Physalia
D. obelia
11
235 What is the fate of notochord in higher
chordates?
A. Notochord is replaced by vertebral column partly or fully
B. Notochord is converted to vertebral column partly or fully
c. Notochord is converted to nerves
D. None of the above
11
236 Teleost fishes are characterized by the
presence of
A . Air bladder
B. Claspers
c. Placoid scales
D. None of the above
11
237 What is the primary characteristic on
which the broad division of animal is
made?
11
238 Nematocysts are activated by
A. water
B. Touch
c. Brain
D. None of the above
11
239 Which of the following is characterized by the presence of an enormous float?
A. Physalia
B. Velella
c. Gorgonia
D. Alcyonium
11
240 Enterocoelous coelom is found in
A. Deuterostomia
B. Astomia
c. Protostomia
D. Blastostomia
11
241 In contrast to Annelids the
Platyhelminths show
A. Absence of body cavity
B. Presence of pseudocoel
c. Radial symmetry
D. Bilateral symmetry
11
242 What is true about Ichthyosaurs?
A. It is the 20 feet tall biggest dinosaur
B. It is a fish like reptile
C. It is the first animal to invade land
D. It is jawless fish
11
243 Bony plates along with scales is characteristic of
A. Seahorse
B. Eel
c. Hag fish
D. Flying fish
11
244 Best aquarium is located at
A. Madras
B. Trivandrum
C. Calcutta
D. Mumbai
11
245 Give an account on the classes reptilia
and aves.
11
246 Intra-abdominal testes are found in
A. Bat
B. Elephant
c. whale
D. All of the above
11
247 Coelom is formed by the splitting of
A. Mesoderm
B. Ectoderm
c. Endoderm
D. All the above
11
248 A coral island in a central shallow lake
is known as
A. Coral reef
B. Atoll
c. corallite
D. Diatomaceous sheath
11
249 The most primitive of the bilaterally symmetrical organisms is
A. Fluke
B. Earthworm
c. Rotifera
D. crayfish
11
250 Which of following is a true fish?
A. Dog fish
B. Silver fish
c. star fish
D. whale
11
251 Petromyzon is included under
A. Cephalochordata
B. Agnatha
c. Tetrapoda
D. Pisces
11
252 Which one of these is not an oviparous animal?
A. Human
B. Crocodile
c. Hen
D. crow
11
253 Petromyzon belongs to class
A. osteichthyes
B. Chondrichthyes
c. cyclostomata
D. Amphibia
11
254 The mode of coelom formation
in Hemichordata are
A. Enterocoelus
B. Pseudocoelous
c. Schizcoelous
D. All of the above
11
255 As a group, acoelomates are
characterized by:
( A cdot ) a body cavity called a haemocoel
B. deuterostome development
C . a coelom that is not completely lined with mesoderm
D. a solid body without a cavity surrounding internal
organs
11
256 Which of the following scales belong to
bony fish?
A. A tand C of bony fish
B. A, B and D of bony fish
C. ( B ) and D of bony fish
D. B and C of bony fish
11
257 The aquatic organism with prehensile
tail is
A. Mococo
B. Chameleon
c. Exocoetus
D. Hippocampus
11
258 Schizocoelomates and
enterocoelomates are
A. acoelomates
B. invertebrates
c. true coelomates
D. echinoderms only
11
259 Crocodile lives for about
A . 10 years
B. 20 years
c. 40 years
D. 60 years
11
260 Amoeba shows
A. Radial symmetry
B. Asymmetry
C. Bilateral symmetry
D. All of the above
11
261 Jacobson’s organ is related
to
A. Taste
B. Sight
c. Touch
D. olfaction/Smell
11
262 Choose the correct answers from the
alternatives given Which of the following show embryonic development by the deuterostome pathway?
A. Annelids
B. Chordates
c. Molluscs
D. Arthropods
11
263 Which one has a copulatory organ?
A. Squirrel
B. Snake
( c . ) Toad
D. Parrot
11
264 A cnidarian receives nutrients and
oxygen by diffusion from its
A. blood vesse
B. Iymph vessel
c. gastro-vascular cavity
D. book lungs and vill
11
265 Which one is mismatched?
A. Hydra vulgaris ( rightarrow ) Sea water
B. Hydra gangetic ( rightarrow ) Fresh water
c. obelia ( rightarrow ) Sea water
D. Physalia ( rightarrow ) Sea water
11
266 What is the difference between
organism on the basis of coelom? Give examples for each.
11
267 Which one of the following is correctly
paired?
A. Trygon – Monitor
B. Ichthyophis – Crow
c. Varanus – stingray
D. carvus – Limbless amphibian
E. Pristis – Sawfish
11
268 The presence of nematocysts and radially symmetrical body is shown by
A. Porifera
B. Coelenterates
c. Mollusca
D. Amphibians
E. Polychaetes
11
269 Lamprey (Petromyzon) belongs to
A. Chondrichthyes
B. Osteichythes
C. Agnatha
D. Amphibia
11
270 From which embryonic structure, the vertebral column develops?
A. Neural canal
B. Archenteron
c. Notochord
D. Blastocoel
11
271 Which of the following occupies the highest level in the heirarchy of organisation?
A . Organ
B. Cell
c. Tissue
D. Organ system
11
272 The evolution of this structure lead to
the human lineage.
A. Bone
B. Cranium
c. Jaws
D. Notochord
E. Vertebrae
11
273 Space between body wall and alimentary canal lined by mesoderm is
A. Pseudocoelom
B. Acoelom
c. Haemocoel
D. coelom
11
274 In fishes, the exoskeleton is made of
A. Cartilage
B. Bones
c. Hairs
D. Scales
11
275 Poisonous fangs of a snake are modified
A. Mandible
B. Maxillary teeth
c. canines
D. Nasals
11
276 What are these structures from A to D?
Select labels from the following.
A. A- Blaststyles, B- hydranth, C- planula larva, D- sexual zooids
B. A- Blaststyles, B- hydranth, C- sexual zooids, Dplanula larva
C. A- Hydranth, B- blaststyles, C- sexual zooids, Dplanula larva
D. A- Hydrant, B- blaststyles, C- planula larva, D- sexual zooids
11
277 The balancing structures in medusae of
cnidarians are
A. Otoliths
B. Statoliths
c. statocysts
D. None of the above
11
278 Assertion
Air bladder is absent in fishes.
Reason
Fishes generally respire through gills.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion.
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D. Assertion is incorrect Reason is correct.
11
279 Animal showing thigmotaxias is
A. Ascaris
B. Taenia
c. Fungia
D. Hydra
11
280 Phylum Coelenterata has remained at which level of body organisation?
A. Cellular level
B. Cell-tissue grade
c. Tissue organ level
D. Tissue organ and system level
11
281 Which of the following snakes has vestiges of hind limbs?
A. Hydrophis
B. Python
c. Eryx
D. Viper
11
282 Sea anemone belongs to which of the following phylum?
A. Protozoa
B. Poriferara
c. coelenterata
D. Echinodermata
11
283 Refer to the given table illustrating the characteristics of the body plan of some invertebrate embryos.
Select the correct sequence which
corresponds to the phyla represented with ( P, Q, R, S, ) and ( T )
begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|c|}
hline ( mathrm{P} ) & ( mathrm{Q} ) & ( mathrm{R} ) & ( mathrm{s} ) & ( mathrm{T} ) \
hline Acoelomate & Acoelomate & Pseudocoelomate & Schizocoelom & Enterocoelom \
hline Diploblastic & multicolumn{3}{|c|} { Triploblastic } \
hline Incomplete or blind gut & multicolumn{2}{|c|} { Complete gut } \
cline { 2 – 3 } & multicolumn{2}{|c|} { (Tube-withint-a-tube) } \
hline multicolumn{2}{|c|} { Without true segmentation } & With segmentation \
hline
end{tabular}
A. Cnidaria – Platyhelminthes – Nematoda Echinodermata – Annelida
B. Cnidaria – Nematoda – Platyhelminthes Echinodermata – Annelida
c. Platyhelminthes – Nematoda – Annelida Echinodermata – chordata
D. Cnidaria – Platyhelminthes – Nematoda – Annelida Echinodermata
11
284 Explain body cavity or coelom in animals. 11
285 Larva of Jelly Fish (Aurelia) is
A. Planula
B. Medusa
c. Polyp
D. Blastula
11
286 The chordate which has teeth on tongue
belongs to
A. Protochordates
B. Pisces
c. Frog
D. Lamprey
11
287 The body plan in which the alimentary canal has a single opening is known as
A . Cell aggregate body plan
B. Blind sac body plan
c. Tube within tube plan
D. All of the above
11
288 A muscular transverse partition in mammals that separates thorax from abdomen is
A. Diaphragm
B. Pharynx
c. stomach
D. Duodenum
11
289 Sea-pansy, sea-pen and sea-fan are
A. Hydrozoans
B. Anthozoans
c. Scyphozoans
D. Annelids
11
290 Animals having a built-in thermostat to maintain constant body temperature are known as
A. Biothermic
B. Poikilothermic
c. oligothermic
D. Homoeothermic
11
291 Jelly fish is placed in which class of coelenterate?
A. Anthozoa
B. Scyphozoa
c. Hydrozoa
D. None of the above
11
292 Mammals giving rise to immature young ones and nourishing them in a pouch are called as
A. Monotremes
B. Marsupials
c. Primates
D. Carnivores
11
293 The figure shows four animals ( A, B, C )
and D. Select the correct answer
regarding the characteristic feature of animals.
A. A and D have cnidoblasts for self-defence
B. c and D have true coelom
c. A and D respire mainly through gills
D. B and C show radial symmetry
11
294 Which one of the following is not a characteristic feature of the sub
phylum vertebrate?
A. Dorsal tubular nerve cord
B. Ventral muscular heart
c. Presence of notochord in the adult
D. Presence of kidneys
E. Two pairs of lateral appendages, fins or limbs
11
295 Which of the following is rightly matched?
A. Mammalia – Human beings
B. Mollusca – Centipede
c. Pisces – silver fish
D. Echinoderm – Echidna
11
296 The larva of cyclostomates is known as
A. Lamprey
B. Amphioxus
c. Ascridian
D. Ammocoete
11
297 Metamerically segmented body exhibits
A. Repeated segments
B. Linear repetition of body parts
c. Repetition of nephridia
D. Repetition of reproductive organs
11
298 Which is the fish that give birth to
young ones?
A. Scoliodon
B. Anabas
c. Heteropneustes
D. catla catla
11
299 An animal phylum is defined on the basis of
A. The uniqueness of its DNA content
B. The uniqueness of its body plan
c. Type of body plan symmetry
D. Fundamental habitat (aquatic terrestrial, etc.
11
300 Gila Monster Heloderma occurs in
A . Africa
B. America
c. Central Asia
D. china
11
301 Which is not found in vertebrates?
A. Gill opening
B. Bilateral symmetry
c. cnidoblasts
D. Body scales
11
302 Bat is a mammal because
A. Bats have wings like birds
B. Bats have tail like other mammals
C. Bats have milk-secreting gland
D. Bat is a cold blooded animal
11
303 Which one of the following shows bilateral symmetry?
A. Virus
B. Bacteria
c. Amoeba
D. Planaria
E. sponge
11
304 The mammals which possesses both
the reptiles and mammalian characters
are
A. Marsupials
B. Monotremes
c. Equus
D. oryctolagus
11
305 Why do certain algae like Laminaria,
Sargassum, etc. have brown colour?
11
306 The axial endoskeleton of
Elasmobranchs is made up of
A. Cartilage
B. Ossified cartilage
c. Bone
D. Hyaline cartilage
11
307 A bilaterally symmetrical animal can be
divided into mirror images by
A. Any cut from its anterior to its posterior end
B. Any cut from its dorsal to its ventral surface
c. only a cut through the midline of its body from its anterior to its posterior end
D. Only a cut through the midline of its body from its dorsal to its ventral surface
11
308 Pick up the true fish from the following:
A. Devil fish
B. Flying fish
c. cray fish
D. Cuttle fish
11
309 Scales are found in
A. Fishes
B. Reptiles
C. Both of A and B
D. None of the above
11
310 Value based questions. Give a one-word scientific term for the
following:
Body cavity developed by splitting of mesoderm.
11
311 Ambergris is the secretion from the
intestine of ……………. used in the
manufacture of perfumes and cosmetics.
A. Tachyglossus
B. Physeter
c. Musk deer
D. Kangaroo
11
312 Which one of the following is a coelenterate?
A. Sea fan
B. Sea dollar
c. Sea cucumber
D. Sea horse
11
313 Identify type of symmetry in the given animals ( A ) and ( B ).
A. A – Bilateral, B – Asymmetrical
B. A – Bilateral, B – Bilateral
c. A – Radial, B – Bilateral
D. A – Radial, B – Radial
11
314 What is the body organisation of complex organisms? 11
315 Choose the minor carp from the following.
A. cyprinus
B. Labeo bata
c. Labeo calbasu
D. ctenopharyngodan idella
11
316 Tissue level of organization is found in:
A. Sea cucumber
B. Glass sponge
c. Sea anemone
D. comb jelly
11
317 The only ctenophoran to bear
cnidoblasts is
A. Bolinopsis
B. Beroe
c. ctenoplana
D. Euchlora
11
318 Which of the following is not a carp?
A. Labeo rohita
B. Catla catla
c. cyprinus caprio
D. Mystus
11
319 50. With which one of the follow-
ing Jacobsons organ is related
to ?
(1) Vision (2) Chewing
(3) Smelling (4) Hearing
11
320 The only poisonous lizard of the world is
A. Hemidactylus
B. Phrynosoma
c. Heloderma
D. Uromastix
11
321 Which animal show did you see? 11
322 Match the animals of Column I with
their respective classes in
Column II and choose the correct
answer.
0. Sr.No Column I Sr.No. Column II ( begin{array}{llll}1 . & text { Aptenodytes } & text { I. } & text { Aves } \ text { 2. } & text { Hemidactylus } & text { II. } & text { Chondrich } \ text { 3. } & text { Carcharodon } & text { III. } & text { Mammaliz } \ text { 4. } & text { Pteropus } & text { IV. } & text { Reptilia } \ & text { V. } & text { Osteichth }end{array} )
( mathbf{A} cdot 1-V ; 2-I I ; 3-I V ; 4-I )
B . ( 1-I ; 2-I V ; 3-I I I ; 4-I I )
( mathbf{c} cdot 1-V ; 2-I ; 3-I I ; 4-I I I )
D. ( 1-I ; 2-I V ; 3-I I ; 4-I I I )
11
323 Excretory organs of Amphioxus are
A. Nephrons
B. Flame cells
c. Nephridia
D. Kidneys
11
324 Humans fall into which kingdom Animalia category?
A. Hemichordata
B. Mollusca
c. chordata
D. None of the above
11
325 If you are given a specimen, what are
the steps that you would follow to classify it?
11
326 Which of the following groups is formed only of the hermaphrodite organisms?
A. Earthworm, tapeworm, housefly, frogg
B. Earthworm, tapeworm, sea horse, housefly
c. Earthworm, leech, sponge, roundworm
D. Earthworm, tapeworm, leech, sponge
11
327 The animals possessing the following type of germ layers ( (A text { and } B) ) are calbed
and
respectively.
A. diploblastic, triploblastic
B. triploblastic, diploblastic
C. diploblastic, diploblastic
D. triploblastic, triploblastic
11
328 Paired copulatory organs are present in the reptilian order
A. Chelonia
B. Rhynchocephalia
c. squamata
D. crocodilia
11
329 Give an account of different type of symmetry in animals along with body cavity ( & ) its various types
Or
Briefly describe the various animal body plans with example
11
330 12 pairs of cranial nerves are present in
A. Reptilia
B. Birds only
c. Mammals only
D. All of the above
11
331 Hedge Hog resembles porcupine in being
A. Herbivorous
B. Covered on back by spines
c. Insectivorous
D. Both B and C
11
332 Which of the following is the most important part of chordate?
A. Hermichordate
B. Vertebrata
c. Mollusca
D. All of the above
11
333 Which of the following may exhibit
biradial symmetry
A. Ctenophora
B. Man
c. Radiolatian
D. sponge
11
334 What is the primary characteristic on which the broad division is made? 11
335 The living jawless vertebrates belong to the class
A. Ostracoderms
B. cyclostomes
c. Placoderms
D. Chondrichthyes
11
336 Common characteristic of all
vertebrates, without exception is
A. Presence of exoskeleton
B. Presence of well developed skull
C. Two pairs of functional appendages
D. Division of body into head, neck, trunk and tail
11
337 Without teats, mammary glands are found in
A. Prototheria
B. Metatheria
c. Eutheria
D. Theria
11
338 Foramen of Panizza is associated with
A. Brain of reptiles
B. Brain of rabbit
c. Lung of lizardd
D. Heart of crocodile
11
339 Air baldder or swim bladder functions
as a lung in
A. Scoliodon
B. Rhinobatos
c. Protopterus
D. Betta
11
340 Assertion
The common name of Exocetus is flying
fish.
Reason
Exocetus has wing like pectoral fins.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is
not the correct explanation for Assertion
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
11
341 In evolutionary terms, can we say which among bacteria, spiders, fish and chimpanzee have a better body design? Why or why not? 11
342 Which of the following reptile is warm blooded?
A. chelone
B. Heloderma
c. crocodilus
D. None of the above
11
343 31. What is a sponge ?
(1) a fossil (2) a plant
(3) an animal (4) a fungus
11
344 Which one of these is viviparous?
A . Turtle
B. Running birds
c. Rabbit and whale
D. Bony fish
11
345 Trochophore larva occurs in
A. Annelida and porifera
B. Coelenterata and annelida
C. Mollusca and coelenterata
D. Annelida and mollusca
11
346 Radial symmetry occurs in
A. Fishes
B. Molluscs
C. Starfishes
D. Few species of sponges
( E . ) Both ( C ) and ( D )
11
347 Which fish is known as living fossil?
A. Chimaera
B. Latimeria
c. Pristis
D. Harpodon
11
348 37. Types of vertebrate animals
which creep and crawl are called :
(1) mammalians
(2) amphibians
(3) mollusks
(4) reptilians
11
349 What is a bilateral symmetry?
A. Type of arrangement of the parts and organs of an animal in which the body can be divided into two halves.
B. Type of arrangement of the parts and organs of an animal in which the body can be divided into three halves.
C. Type of arrangement of the parts and organs of an animal in which the body can be divided into four equal halves.
D. None of these.
11
350 Chloragogen cells of earthworm are similar to the organ of
vertebrates
A . Liver
B. Lung
c. Kidney
D. Spleen
11
351 Common name of Fungia is
A. Mushroom coral
B. Red coral
C. Brain coral
D. Organ pipe coral
11
352 The generic name of eel is
A. Anabas
B. Exocoetus
c. Anguilla
D. Clarias
11
353 Which of these belong to cartilaginous
fish?
( A )
( A )
B. B
( c cdot c )
( D )
11
354 The lamprey (Petromyzon) is included in the same taxonomic class as the
A. Chamaeleon (Anolis)
B. Hag fish (Myxine)
c. Salamander (Ambystoma)
D. Lung fish (Neoceratodus)
11
355 Animals like scorpions, cockroaches lizards, mice sharing our abodes (homes) and food live in our homes, are
called
A. Cultigens
B. Inquilines
c. Living fossil
D. Domesticated
11
356 Which fin are paired in fishes?
A. Dorsal fin
B. Anal fin
c. Pelvic fin
D. None of the above
11
357 Ornithorhynchus is a
A. A fossil bird
B. Duck
C. Monotreme mammal
D. Dinosaur
11
358 Define coelom 11
359 The reptile which lacks penis belongs to
A. ophidia
B. crocodilia
c. Gymnophiona
D. Rhynchocephalia
11
360 The portal system seen in all vertebrates is
A. Hepatic
B. Renal
c. Pulmonary
D. Both A and B
11
361 The jawless vertebrate is
A. Crocodile
B. Loris
c. Hyla
D. Fox
E. Petromyzon
11
362 Cestum is commonly called as
A. Venus’s flower basket
B. Brain coral
C . Venus’s girdle or belt
D. Dead man’s fingers
11
363 Cell-tissue organisation occurs in
A. Amoeba
B. Hydra
c. Tapeworm
D. Ascaris
11
364 Match the following list of animals with their level of organization.
Division of Labour Animal What is and
organ level A. Organ level Pheritima
B. Cellular aggregate level
ii. Fasciola
c. Tissue level
D. organ system level
¡v. Obelia
Choose the correct match showing division of labour with animal example.
A. i-B, ii-C, iii-D, iv-A
B. i-B, ii-D, iii-C, iv-A
c. i-D, ii-A, iii-B, iv-C
D. i-A, ii-D, iii-C, iv-B
11
365 Which is the class of phylum Chordata to which, bat belongs?
A. Mammalia
B. Chiroptera
c. Prototheria
D. Aves
11
366 toppr
Q Type your question
tound in
(b) Worms causing disease
elephantiasis is
(c) The open circulatory system is found where the coelomic cavity is
filled with blood.
( (d) )
are known to have
pseudocoelom.
A. (a) Liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica)
(b) Filarial worm (Wuchereria bancrofti)
(c) Arthropods
(d) Nematodes
B. (a) Liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica)
(b) Arthropods
(c) Nematodes
(d) Filarial worm (Wuchereria bancrofti)
C . (a) Filarial worm(Fasciola hepatica)
(b) Liver fluke (Wuchereria bancrofti)
(c) Arthropods
(d) Nematodes
D. (a) Filarial worm (Wuchereria bancrofti)
(b) Liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica)
(c) Nematodes
(d) Arthropods
11
367 The biggest snake in venomous snakes is
A. King cobra
B. Ptyas
C. Python
D. Pit viper
11
368 The fangs of python which pulled out
can
A. Not come again
B. Come,again with half the length
c. come again with same length
D. come again with double length
11
369 Double vagina is found in
A. Monotremata
B. Eutheria
c. Marsupials
D. All of the above
11
370 Animal of which phylum have hooks and
suckers and are endoparasite on other animals?
A. Platyhelminthes
B. Annelida
c. Ascheminthes
D. Arthropoda
11
371 Special character of coelenterates is
A. Polymorphism
B. Nematocysts
c. Flame cells
D. Hermaphroditism
11
372 Corals belongs to the phylum
A. Porifera
B. Coelenterata
c. Mollusca
D. Echinodermata
11
373 Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
A. Flame cells-platyhelminthes
B. stinging cells-coelenterates
c. Metameric segmentation-molluscs
D. Gill slits-chordates
11
374 Identify a polymorphic coelenterate.
A. Physalia
B. Fungia
c. Hydra
D. All of the above
11
375 Four chambered heart is present, in which of the following reptiles?
A . Lizard
B. Snake
c. Scorpion
D. crocodile
11
376 In mammals connection between fetus
and uterine wall form
A. Placenta
B. Inguinal canal
c. Ureter
D. Eustachian cana
11
377 Which one of the following pairs of animals comprises ‘Jaw less fishes’?
A. Guppies and hag fishes
B. Lampreys and eels
c. Mackerals and Rohu
D. Lampreys and hag fishes
11
378 Which of the following disease is caused in human by ascaris?
A. Tuberculosis
B. Tineasis
c. Both A and B
D. Ascariasis
11
379 The most important distinctive character of chordata is the presence of
A. Vertebral column
B. Hairy skin
c. Notochord
D. All of the above
11
380 Stenohaline fishes are represented by
A. Fresh water fishes only
B. Marine fishes only
C. Those which can tolerate a narrow range of salinity in water only
D. Those which can tolerate a wide range of salinity in water
11
381 The true statement regarding coral is
A. They form branched colonies.
B. They are solitary or colonial polypoid.
C. They grow as massive bodies.
D. All of the above.
11
382 The eggs of which parasite are bile stained
A. Ascaris lumbricoides
B. Ancylostoma duodenale
c. Enterobius vermicularis
D. Necator Americans
11
383 Enlist the characteristic features of
cnidarians which show advancement
over poriferans?
11
384 Horned toad, Phrynosoma has
keratinized horns on its head. It is a or
an
A . Lizard
B. Amphibian
c. chelonian reptile
D. Mammal
11
385 Which among the following is the lowest grade vertebrate?
A. Agnatha
B. Cyclostomata
c. Echinodermates
D. Both A and B
11
386 The lamprey is included in same taxonomic class as
A. Anolis
B. Myxine
c. Ambystoma
D. Neoceratodus
11
387 Which of the following is not an essential chordate character?
A. Notochord
B. Vertebral column
c. Pharyngeal gill slilits
D. Dorsal hollow nerve cord
11
388 Study given chart and select the option
which incorrectly identifies any of the
animals, ( P, Q, R ) and ( S )
A. P is Aurelia and Q is Ascaris
B. Q is Ascaris and R is Nereis
C. ( R ) is Ascaris and ( S ) is Cockroach
D. S is Periplaneta and P is Spongilla
11
389 Unique feature of mammalian body is the presence of
A. Four chambered heart
B. Presence of diaphragm
c. Homeothermy
D. Rib cage
11
390 First time heart structure is evolved in
phylum.
11
391 Small fishes are called as
A. Hatchling
B. Fry
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
11
392 Similarity between fish and tadpole is
A . Legs
B. Fins
c. Lateral line
D. Scales
11
393 Which of the following characteristics is/are common in animals belonging to platyhelminthes, coelenterate, echinodermata, mammals, amphibians?
A. Coelom
B. Symmetry
c. Appendages
D. None of the above
11
394 State whether the following statements are true or false, spiny ant-eater is the most primitive mammal
A. True
B. False
11
395 In sea-walnuts and comb-jellies the fertilization is
A. External
B. Internal
c. Both
D. None
11
396 Anadromous fishes move
A. From sea to fresh water
B. From sea to estuary
c. From river to sea
D. From estuary to sea
11
397 Acoelomate animals with flame cells
are
A. Platyhelminthes
B. Annelida
c. Ascheminthes
D. Arthropoda
11
398 Left lung is poorly developed in
A. Lizard
B. Snakes
c. crocodile
D. Man
11
399 Which of the following is not found in vertebrates?
A. Bilateral symmetry
B. Gill opening
c. Body scales
D. cnidoblasts
11
400 Which class of chordate has maximum
living animals?
A. Pisces
B. Reptilia
c. Aves
D. Mammalia
11
401 The lower jaw of a mammal is made up
A. Dentary
B. Maxilla
c. Premaxilla
D. Post maxilla
11
402 Lateral line organs occur in
A. Fishes
B. Fishes and amphibian larvae
C . Cartilaginous fishes and amphibian larvae
D. Fishes and larvae of other vertebrates
11
403 Salivary glands are modified into
poison glands in
A. Snakes
B. Lizard
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
11
404 Vertebrae are absent is
A. Duck-billed platypus
B. Turtle
C. Amphioxus
D. Trout
E . Rabbit
11
405 94. A frog lives both on land as we
as in water.
(1) animate
(2) amphibian
(3) aquatic
(4) ambidexterous
11
406 Name the class of fish where tail fin is
heterocoel.
11
407 External ears are characteristics of
A. Birds
B. Mammals
C. Birds and mammals
D. Mammals and reptiles
11
408 Vestigial pelvic girdle and bones of hind limbs are the characteristic of
A. Whales
B. Otters
c. Rodents
D. sharks
11
409 Classify the following organism based on the absence/presence of
true coelom.
Horse
A . Coelomate
B. Acoelomate
c. Pseudocoelomate
D. All of the above
11
410 Subcellular level of body organisation is found in
A. Protozoans
B. Porifers
c. Prokaryotes
D. Non living organisms
11
411 Assertion
Tapeworm, roundworm and pinworm are
endoparasites of human intestine.
Reason
Improperly cooked food is the source of
intestinal infections.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion.
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect.
11
412 27. Excretion in Hemichordates
takes place by
(1) Glomerulus
(2) Pronephron
(3) Mesonephron
(4) Metanephron
11
413 Differentiate between bilateral
symmetry and radial symmetry
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