General Science/Basic Science zoology Embryology Types Of Vertebrate Eggs Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
.Eggs containing enormous quantities of yolk are called as

1.Microlecithal eggs

2.Mesolecithal eggs

3.Macrolecithal eggs

4.Alecithal eggs


Question:
.Molluscan eggs are the examples for the

1.Discoidal type

2.Centrolecithal type

3.Telolecithal type

4.Macrolecithal type


Question:
.Non-cleidoic eggs are found in the

1.Fishes

2.Amphibians

3.Reptiles

4.Birds


Question:
.One of the following is not the primary egg membrane

1.Vitelline membrane

2.Zona pellucid

3.Jelly envelope

4.Chorion


Question:
.Vitelline membrane is closely applied to the underlying

1.Cell membrane

2.Cell wall

3.Plasma membrane

4.Cytoplasm


Question:
.Zona radiate and zona pellucid are found in the

1.Alecithal egg

2.Centrolecithal egg

3.Macrolecithal egg

4.Telolecithal egg


Question:
Amphibians are the examples for

1.Oligolecithal eggs

2.Mesolecithal eggs

3.Isolecithal eggs

4.Telolecithal eggs


Question:
Amphioxus egg belongs to the type of

1.Microlecithal

2.Isolecithal

3.Macrolecithal

4.Both 1 and 2


Question:
An example for discoidal egg is the

1.Frog s egg

2.Hen s egg

3.Amphioxus egg

4.Mammalian egg


Question:
Blastodisc is found in the

1.Centrolecithal eggs

2.Mesolecithal eggs

3.Telolecithal eggs

4.Discoidal eggs


Question:
Centrolecithal eggs are the characteristics of

1.Placental mammals

2.Birds

3.Insects

4.Reptiles


Question:
Corona radiate is the type of

1.Primary egg membrane

2.Secondary egg membrane

3.Tertiary egg membrane

4.Cell membrane


Question:
Cortical granules are found in the eggs of

1.Amphioxus

2.Sea urchin

3.Frog

4.Hen


Question:
Eutherian mammals are the examples for

1.Alecithal eggs

2.Microlecithal eggs

3.Oligolecithal eggs

4.Macrolecithal eggs


Question:
In birds the tertiary egg membranes are secreted by

1.Oviduct

2.Ovary

3.Yolk sac

4.Both 1 and 2


Question:
In Hen�s eggs proteins constitute about

1.10%

2.12%

3.15%

4.16.60%


Question:
In which animals eggs are minute and 100� in diameter

1.Fishes

2.Amphibians

3.Reptiles

4.Mammals


Question:
In which type egg nucleus is otherwise called germinal vesicle

1.Isolecithal

2.Macrolecithal

3.Centrolecithal

4.Telolecithal


Question:
In which type of eggs the blastomeres if separated develop into whole embryo

1.Mosaic

2.Regulative

3.Cleidoic

4.Non- cleidoic


Question:
In which type of eggs the fate of every part is fixed before fertilization

1.Mosaic eggs

2.Regulative eggs

3.Cleidoic eggs

4.Non-cleidoic eggs


Question:
Jelly envelope of egg membrane is found in

1.Mammals

2.Sea urchin

3.Fishes

4.Amphibians


Question:
Mosaic eggs are otherwise known as

1.Determinate eggs

2.Indeterminate eggs

3.Cleidoic eggs

4.Non cleidoic eggs


Question:
Nucleus of Pander and chalaza are the parts of

1.Hen s egg

2.Mammalian egg

3.Amphioxus egg

4.Frog s egg


Question:
One of the following is not true as criteria for classifying the animal eggs

1.Amount of yolk

2.Distribution of yolk

3.Type of development

4.Size of the egg


Question:
The examples for oval shaped eggs are

1.Hag fish and birds

2.Star fish and reptiles

3.Hag fish and mammals

4.Birds and mammals


Question:
The mature egg of frog measures about

1.1.5 mm - 2.0 mm

2.1.5 mm - 2.5 mm

3.1.75 mm - 2.5 mm

4.1.75 mm - 3.0 mm


Question:
The primary egg membrane of amphioxus and birds is known as

1.Plasma membrane

2.Cell membrane

3.Cell wall

4.Vitelline membrane


Question:
Theca is the protective membrane of the egg of

1.Frogs

2.Mammals

3.Birds

4.Amphioxus


Question:
Under which type is the egg of birds classified

1.Isolecithal

2.Macrolecithal

3.Microlecithal

4.Mesolecithal


Question:
Vitelline membrane in mammal is known as

1.Zona pellucid

2.Corona radiate

3.Area pellucid

4.Perivitelline membrane


Question:
What are the examples for indeterminate eggs

1.Coelenterates and chordates

2.Molluscans and chordates

3.Echinoderms and chordates

4.Chordates only


Question:
What is the diameter of egg is ostrich

1.1.5 inches

2.2.0 inches

3.2.5 inches

4.3.5 inches


Question:
Which are the examples for alecithal eggs

1.Mammals

2.Fishes

3.Frogs

4.Birds


Question:
Which are the examples for discoidal eggs

1.Fishes and amphibians

2.Fishes and reptiles

3.Reptiles and birds

4.Birds and mammals


Question:
Which of the following are not immediately connected with the ovary or ovum

1.Cell membranes

2.Primary egg membranes

3.Secondary egg membranes

4.Tertiary egg membranes


Question:
Which of the following in secretes the tertiary membrane

1.Cytoplasm

2.Ovary

3.Uterus

4.Oviduct


Question:
Which part of the egg lies close to the animal pole

1.Centriole

2.Mitochondria

3.Nucleus

4.Cytoplasm


Question:
Which type of eggs contain enormous amout of yolk

1.Telolecithal

2.Mesolecithal

3.Megalecithal

4.Oligolecithal


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