Zoology/Zoology Scope and Origin Of Life Mcq Question Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
  Louis-Pasteur succeeded in disproving the spontaneous generation theory because: 

1.He was lucky enough

2.He was ingenious in crawing out necks of glass flasks so as to provide access to air but not to micro-organisms

3.Air must have gone out through holes of corks and must have carried the micro-organisms along with it

4.Of the fact that the yeast sample taken by him was dead


Question:
 It can be concluded on the basis of Miller s experiment that: 

1. Organic compounds contain hydrogen oxygen and carbon

2.Complex organic compound were first formed on the primitive earth

3. Life originated in form of amino acid

4.The organic compound can be synthesized in the laboratory


Question:
 The study of nuclear cytology is known as: 

1.Neurology

2.Mycology

3.Rhinology

4.Karyology


Question:
 The study of preservation of life or the study of organisms at low temperature is known as: 

1. Kalology

2.Malacology

3.Cryobiology

4.Dermatology


Question:
A Cell devoid of nuclear membrane and mitochondria will belong to: 

1.Bacteria

2.Protozoans

3.Sponges

4.None of these


Question:
A Virion is: 

1.Outer covering of the virus

2.Inactive particle - like form of virus

3. DNA complex of the virus

4.None of these


Question:
According to Horowitz (1945) and Leslie Orgel (1975) the life originated in the sea as free naked gene which linked into chains and later proteins gathered around them to form viruses. The viruses by gathering other molecules and forming a thin binding membrane organized into prokaryotes. Whether this statements is: 

1.Correct

2. Incorrect

3.Partially incorrect

4. Absurd


Question:
According to most accepted theories the atmosphere of earth before origin of life consisted of a mixture of: 

1.Water vapours Hydrogen Ammonia and Methaine

2.Hydrogen Carbon Dioxide Ammonia and Methane

3.Oxygen Ammonia Methane and Water

4. Ozone Methane Oxygen and Water


Question:
Amino acids Sugards Glycerol Fatty acids Nitrogen bases etc. formed in the primitive ocean survived because they were neither oxidized nor putrified. The reason were: 

1.Absence of oxygen in primitive ocean

2.Absence of Bacteria in the environment

3.Both (a) and (b)

4.None of these


Question:
Believers of theory of spontaneous generation assumed that: Organisms arose not only from other 

1. similar organisms but also spontaneously

2.Organisms always arose spontaneously

3.Organisms arose only from air

4.Organisms arose only from other similar organism


Question:
Carbondioxide of the present atmosphere is entirely produced by: 

1.Forest fire

2.Respiration of animals and plants

3.Industrial smoke

4.Microbial activity


Question:
Chemosynthetic bacteria are able to: 

1.Synthesize all their food

2.Utilize radiant energy for preparation of food

3.Perform both these functions

4. Perform none of these functions


Question:
During the course of time of origin of life the nucleic acids were formed in the primitive ocean. Certain proteins like histones associated with these nucleic acids to form nucleoproteins which appeared as Self-duplicating System by virtue of this property the nucleic acid became capable of performing hereditary function. The statement according to your opinion is: 

1.TRUE

2. Wrong

3.Partially wrong

4.None of these


Question:
Ethnology is the study of: 

1.Mankind behaviour

2.Past life of organisms

3.Conditions of animals

4.Joints


Question:
Experiments of Spallazani and Pasteur lead to the conclusion that: 

1.Air is essential for biogenesis

2.Air is not essential for biogenesis

3.The air went out of the jars and carried micro-organisms with it

4. It was merely a chance


Question:
Genetic system in prokaryotes and eukaryotes: 

1. Are similar and enclosed in the nuclei

2.Dissimilar but enclosed in nuclei

3.Differ in the fact that prokaryotes system lack histones

4.Differ in several respects


Question:
In his experiment Stanley Miller was successful to demonstrate the formation of amino acids by passing an electric discharge in a mixture of ammonia water hydrogen and: 

1.Ethane

2.Methane

3.Carbon-dioxide

4.Ethanol


Question:
Instruments in the hospital are boiled prior to surgery in order to make them: 

1.Clean for use

2.Sterilized

3.Immunized

4.Pasteurised


Question:
Karyon is the basis of differentiation in between: 

1.Enaima and Anaima

2.Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

3.Protista and Monera

4.None of these


Question:
Life originated about: 

1.One billion years ago

2.Three billion years ago

3.Six billion years ago

4.Nine billion years ago


Question:
Life originated during: 

1.Pre-cambrian period

2.Mesozoic era

3. Coenozoic era

4.Proterozoic era


Question:
Life originated with the creation of universe and it reached the earth from Sun part of universe is the central idea of: 

1. Theory of spontaneous/sudden creation

2.Cosmosic Theory

3.Theory of special creation

4.Theory of Chemical evolution


Question:
Life originated: 

1.In air

2.On land

3. In water

4.In all of these


Question:
Louis Pasteur is known for: 

1.Germ Theory of disease

2. Germ Plasm Theory

3.Recapitulation Theory

4.Cell Theory


Question:
Miller synthesized simple amino acids from: 

1.Hydrogen Ammonia Methane and Water Vapours

2.Ammonia Methane Cyanide and Oxygen

3.Methane Cyanide Hydrogen and Oxygen

4.Hydrogen Oxygen Nitrogen and water


Question:
Miller synthesized: 

1.Aminoacid

2.Proteins

3.Carbohydrates

4.Vitamins


Question:
Moon is: 

1.A planet

2.Satellite of Earth

3. Both of these

4.None of these


Question:
Most important condition for the origin of life is presence of: 

1.Oxygen

2. Nittogen

3.Water

4.Carbon


Question:
Myology is the study of: 

1.Muscles

2.Bones

3. Cartilage

4. Epithelium


Question:
Name the science for the study of human beings: 

1.Anthropopsy

2.Anthropology

3.Aphidology

4.Anthropopathy


Question:
Nucleoproteins most probably gave the first sign of: 

1. Life

2.Evolution

3.Matation

4.Speciation


Question:
Origin of life is now due to: 

1.Spontaneous generation

2.Will of God

3. Effect of Sunshine on mud

4.None of these


Question:
Originally the primitive atmosphere was reducing because: 

1.Oxygen was most abundant

2.Hydrogen was absent

3.Hydrogen atoms were most abundant and active

4. Carbon Atom were most active


Question:
Our earth came into existence about: 

1.4.6 billion years ago

2.3 billion years ago

3.5 million years ago

4.2 billion years ago


Question:
Oxygen present in the atmosphere has been formed by: 

1.Evaporation of sea water

2. Photosynthesis by plants

3.Putrefaction of animals and plants

4.Metabolism of micro-organisms


Question:
Prokaryotic Genetic System contains: 

1.DNA and histones

2.DNA or histones

3.Only DNA and no histones

4.Neither DNA nor histones


Question:
Science for the genetical improvement of human race is called:  

1.Euthenics

2.Eugenics

3.Genetics

4.Genecology


Question:
Solar System originated about 4.5-5 billion years ago according to the theory proposed by:  

1.Darwin

2.Larmarck

3. Kant-Laplace

4.None of these


Question:
Stanley Miller in his classical experiment on formation of amino acids passed an electric discharge in the mixture of: 

1.Steam Methane Hydrogen and Ammonia

2.Methane Carbondioxide Oxygen and Hydrogen

3.Ammonia Oxygen Hydrogen and Water

4. Methane Hydrogen Nitrogen and steam


Question:
Study of plasmodium and Amoeba is termed: 

1.Parasitology

2.Solanaceae

3.Protozoology

4.Parazoology


Question:
The branch of zoology under which fossils are studied is called: 

1.Palaeozoology

2.Ecology

3.Zoogeography

4.Taxonomy


Question:
The coaservates which acquired nucleoproteins became first cellular organisms and their parts later became modified during the course of time due to chemical changes in the nucleic acid is the view of the scientist: 

1.Oparin

2.Lamarck

3.Darwin

4. Aristotle


Question:
The hard Liithosphere was studded with volcanic eruptions pouring out hot lava. The Nitrogen and Carbon Atoms of atmosphere formed nitrides and Carbides respectively by reacting with metallic atoms of lava. The hot water vapours of atmosphere and carbides reacted to form Methane and water vapours and metallic nitrides reacted to form Ammonia. This statement regarding origin and evolution of organic compounds is: 

1. Correct

2.Partially wrong

3.Wrong

4. None of these


Question:
The most recent branch of taxonomy is known as: 

1.Cytotaxonomy

2.Karyotaxonomy

3.Morphotaxonomy

4.Taxidermy


Question:
The organism having characteristics of both living and non-living are: 

1.Bacteria

2.Monera

3.Viruses

4.None of these


Question:
The science of characters and distribution of race is known as: 

1.Ethnology

2.Anthropology

3.Sociology

4.Taxonomy


Question:
The study of animal behaviour is known as: 

1.Ecology

2. Sociology

3.Ethology

4.Anthropology


Question:
The study of animals with respect of their environment is termed as: 

1.Ecology

2.Cytology

3.Physiology

4.Limnology


Question:
The study of birds is known as: 

1.Ornithology

2.Saurology

3.Aves

4.Malacology


Question:
The study of cause of disease is known as: 

1. Pathology

2.Etiology

3.Ethology

4.Zymology


Question:
The study of growing old is known as: 

1.Genology

2.Generology

3.Gerontology

4.Gynaecology


Question:
The study of immunological reaction occurring in the blood is known as: 

1.Haematology

2.Biochemistry

3.Serology

4.Pathology


Question:
The study of interaction of antigens and antibodies in the blood is known as:  

1.Serology

2.Haematology

3.Angiology

4.Cryobiology


Question:
The study of molluscan shells is called: 

1.Neurology

2.Conchology

3.Craniology

4.Malacology


Question:
The study of nests of birds is known as: 

1.Craniology

2.Nidology

3.Ichnology

4.Myremecology


Question:
The study of snakes is called: 

1.Ichthyology

2.Serpentology

3.Herpatology

4.Entomology


Question:
The study of the liver is termed as: 

1. Herpetology

2.Horology

3.Hepatology

4.Haematology


Question:
There is no life on Moon because there is deficiency of: 

1.Carbon

2.Hydrogen

3.Nitrogen

4.Water


Question:
To prove that organic molecules formed in the primitive ocean were respobsible for origin of life on earth Millar carried out their synthesis from: 

1.CH4 NH3 H2

2.CH4 N2 H2

3.NH3 H2 Water vapours

4.NH3 H2 CH4 water vapour


Question:
True Nucleus is absent in bacteria because: 

1.The nuclear membrane is absent

2.The histones do not form complex with DNA

3.Bacteria lack nuclear membrane and histones

4.None of these


Question:
True nucleus is not present in: 

1.Fungi

2.Green Algae

3.Viruses

4. Lichens


Question:
Universe or cosmos began as a dense red hot gaseous cloud about: 

1.1-2 billion years ago

2.7-10 billion years ago

3. 7-19 million years ago

4.1-2 million years ago


Question:
Virion of a virus consists of: 

1.Caspid and DNA

2.Caspid and both nucleic acids

3.Caspid and RNA

4.None of these


Question:
Viruses are: 

1.Unicellular

2.Bicellular

3.Multicellular

4.None of these


Question:
Which of the following is likely to have been absent in free form at the time of origin of life: 

1.Oxygen

2.Methane

3.Nitrogen

4.Ammonia


Question:
Which of the following must have evolved in the direction of Origin of Life: 

1.Proteins and amino acids

2.Proteins and nucleic acids

3.Urea and proteins

4. None of these


Question:
Which of the following planets has conditions essential for life:  

1. Japiter

2.Mars

3.Venus

4.Mercury


Question:
Which of the following statement is true for viruses: 

1.They always have RNA

2. They always have DNA

3.They are only bacteriophage

4.They multiply in host cells


Question:
Which of the following theories of origin of life was contradicted by experiment of Louis-Pasteur: 

1.Theory of special creation

2. Cosmozoic theory

3.Biogenesis

4. Abiogenesis


Question:
Why is it must to boil the instruments in hospitals before surgery: 

1. To kill all pathogene present at the site of operation in the patient s body

2.To kill all the pathogene which may be infecting the insturment

3.To facilitate the handling of instruments

4.To enable the patient to feel warm during operation


Question:
Ylem is term also use for: 

1.Cosmos

2.Ocean

3.Sun

4.Stars


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