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Diversity in The Living World, Biological Classification - NEET questions answers


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Diversity in The Living World - Biological Classification
What is Living? Taxonomic Categories. Taxonomical Aids. Biodiversity; Three domains of life; Concept of species and taxonomical hierarchy; Binomial nomenclature; Tools for study of Taxonomy – Museums, Zoos, Herbaria, Botanical gardens.
Need for classification; Taxonomy & Systematics and Binomial system of nomenclature. Kingdom Systems of Classification.  Classification from two Kingdoms to five Kingdom Systems. Major groups of each Kingdom along with their silent features (Monera, including Archaebacteria, Cyanobacteria and Bacteria, Protista - Dinoflagilates and Diatoms, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia): Viruses, Lichens. Kingdom: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia. Viruses. Viroids.
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The Living World and Biological Classification

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) – Set 4 (Q. No. 31 - 40)

Question 31: All algae possess
a. Chl a, and b
b. Chl a, carotenes and phycobilins
c. Chl b, and carotenes
d. Chl a, and carotenoids

Question 32: Plants belonging to different classes, with a few similar characters are assigned to a category called
a. Phylum    b. Order    c. Division    d. Genus

Question 33: Prokaryotes possess
a. Nucleus    b. Nucleoid    c. Nucleolus    d. None of the above

Question 34: Kingdom Monera includes
a. Bacteria    b. Fungi    c. Archaebacteria    d. All

Question 35: No. of kingdom formed by Whittaker on the basis of mode of nutrition-
a. 2    b. 3    c. 4    d. 5

Question 36: Plant classification proposed by Carlous Linnaeus was artificial because it was based on
a. Only a few morphological characters
b. Anatomical characters which are adaptive in nature
c. Physiological traits along with morphological characters
d. Evolutionary tendencies which are diverse

Question 37: Systema Naturae was written by
a. Linnaeus    b. Aristotle    c. Darwin    d. de Candolle

Question 38: Viruses are considered as
a. Advanced than bacteria
b. Advanced than algae
c. Advanced than protozoa
d. Most primitive

Question 39: Which statement is false –?
a. In amoeba contractile vacuole is responsible for osmoregulation
b. During the formation of pseudopodia plasma gel change into plasma sol
c. Longitudinal ridges are found in endoplasm in amoeba
d. Change in viscosity theory is given by Odem

(1) a and b    (2) b and c    (3) c and d   (4) a and d 

Question 40: Biodiversity is referred as
a. Number and type of organism present on earth
b. Number of only animal species
c. Number of only plant species
d. Number of underwater species

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NEET Practice Questions: The Living World and Biological Classification

Solved Biology MCQ Test Series – Set 4 (Q. No. 31 – 40)

Answer 31: (d).  Answer 32: (c).   Answer 33: (b).   Answer 34: (d).   Answer 35: (b). 
Answer 36: (a).   Answer 37: (a).   Answer 38: (d).  Answer 39: (3).   Answer 40: (a).
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