Biology/Animal kingdom-II Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: "Kala-azar" and "oriental sore" are spread by

1.Sand fly

2.Bed Bug

3.Louse

4.Fruit fly


Question: A common feature of tracheae of Cockroach and mammal is that both have

1.Ciliated inner lining

2.Non-collapsible walls

3.Paired nature

4.Origin from head


Question: A fat called blubber could be obtained from

1.Bats

2.Porpoises

3.Dolphin

4.Blue whale


Question: A true coelom is lined on all sides by

1.Ectoderm

2.Mesoderm

3.Endoderm

4.Ectoderm and endoderm


Question: All birds have

1.omnivorous habit

2.feathers and can fly

3.calcareous-shelled egg

4.nests to care the babies


Question: Animals are motile because they have

1.Metabolism

2.Energy

3.Both muscle fibers and nerve fibers

4.Legs or wings


Question: Class bivalvia is characterized by

1.absence of gills

2.absence of head

3.coiled shell

4.presence of tentacles around mouth


Question: Cold blooded animals are

1.which have cold blood

2.who feel cold a lot

3.who can regulate their temperature

4.who can not regulate their temperature


Question: Collar cells are general characteristic of

1.Sand worm

2.Roundworms

3.Coelenterata

4.Sponges


Question: Common character of all vertebrates without exception is

1.Body divided into head, trunk and tail

2.Two pairs of limbs

3.Exoskeleton

4.Presence of skull


Question: Echolocation is usually associated with

1.Rats

2.Birds

3.Bats

4.Monkeys


Question: In a sponge which of the followings are responsible for maintaining the current of water?

1.Pinacocytes

2.Porocytes

3.Choanocytes

4.Amoebocytes


Question: Polymorphism occurs in animals of the class

1.Hydrozoa

2.Anthozoa

3.Gastropoda

4.Scyphozoa


Question: Reptilian feature of Archaeopteryx is

1.U shaped furcula

2.Presence of abdominal ribs

3.Feathers with barbules

4.Presence of a beak


Question: Silk fibre contains which proteins?

1.Mucin and serine

2.Fibrin and serine

3.Collagen and elastin

4.Fibroin and sericine


Question: Silk thread is obtained from silk moth during

1.Nymph state

2.Adult state

3.Larval state

4.Pupal state


Question: Sponges are ______ filter feeders.

1.occasional

2.terrestrial

3.active

4.sessile


Question: Tapeworm is

1.Digenetic parasite

2.Nematode

3.Monogenetic parasite

4.Annelid


Question: The cells absent in gastrodermis of Hydra are

1.Gland cells

2.Stinging cells

3.Nutritive cells

4.Nerve cells


Question: The clam nervous system is composed of

1.labial palps

2.one pair of ganglia

3.two pairs of ganglia

4.three pairs of ganglia


Question: The radially symmetrical cnidarians have a ______ body in two distinct layers

1.sac-like

2.bilateral

3.flattened

4.symmetrical


Question: Turtles are

1.Arthropods

2.Pisces

3.Reptiles

4.Molluscs


Question: What color is the blood of crayfish?

1.green

2.blue

3.Red

4.White


Question: What is common between kiwi, penguin and ostrich?

1.They are running birds.

2.They are flightless birds.

3.They are migratory birds.

4.They have four toes.


Question: What will you look for to identify the sex of the following?

1.Male shark - Claspers borne on pelvic fins

2.Female Ascaris - Sharply curved posterior end

3.Male frog - A copulatory pad on the first digit of the hind limb

4.Female cockroach - Anal cerci


Question: When tail is cylindrical and ventral scales do not extend the entire width of belly the snake is

1.definitely poisonous

2.can be poisonous or non poisonous

3.non-poisonous

4.deadly poisonous


Question: Which animal of the followings belongs to class crustacea?

1.Cockroach

2.Cyclops

3.Grasshopper

4.None of the above


Question: Which is a coelenterate?

1.Sea Mouse

2.Sea Urchin

3.Sea Pen

4.Sea cucumber


Question: Which is a living fossil?

1.Coelacanth

2.Limulus

3.Sphenodon

4.All of these


Question: Which is limbless amphibian?

1.Alytes

2.Hyla

3.Ichthyophis

4.Phlebotomus


Question: Which is non poisonous?

1.Centipede

2.Scorpion

3.Spider

4.Crab


Question: Which is not an insect?

1.Spider

2.Termite

3.Mosquito

4.Ant


Question: Which kind of symmetry occurs in sea anemone?

1.Bilateral

2.Radial

3.Asymmetry

4.None of these


Question: Which of the following animal is not a vertebrate?

1.Oryctolagus

2.Fish

3.Sparrow

4.Amphioxus


Question: Which of the following is non poisonous snake?

1.Krait

2.Cobra

3.Viper

4.Python


Question: Which of the following possesses post anal tail?

1.Spider

2.Scorpion

3.Cockroach

4.Cobra


Question: Which of the following reptiles has four chambered heart?

1.Turtle

2.Sphenodon

3.King cobra

4.Crocodile


Question: Which of the following statement is correct?

1.Platypus lays eggs

2.Camels have biconcave RBCs

3.Whales respire by gills

4.Bats do not fly


Question: Which of the following statements is true about Roundworms?

1.Roundworms may reach 5 cm in length.

2.They are non-segmented

3.They are generally dark-colored.

4.They occur only in the soil.


Question: Which of the following statements is true?

1.Invertebrates posses a tubular nerve cord

2.Non chordates have a vertebral column

3.All chordates are vertebrates

4.All vertebrates are chordates


Question: Which of the following types of fish is eaten usually by humans?

1.Jawless

2.Bony

3.Cartilaginous

4.all of the above


Question: Which of the followings is a diploblastic, radially symmetrical animal?

1.Hydra

2.Earthworm

3.Roundworm

4.Liver fluke


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

1.Mammalia : give birth to young ones

2.Reptilia : possess 3-chambered heart with one incompletely divided ventricl

3.Chordata : possess a mouth provided with an upper and a lower jaw

4.Chondrichthyes : possess cartilaginous endoskeleton


Question: Which one of the following phylum is characterized by absence of true coelom?

1.Annelida

2.Echinodermata

3.Nematoda

4.Mollusca


Question: Which one of the following statements about certain given animals is correct?

1.Flat worms (Platyhelminthes) are coelomates

2.Round worms (Aschelminthes) are pseudocoelomates

3.Mollusks are acoelomates

4.Insects are pseudocoelomates


Question: Which organism possesses characteristics of plants and animals?

1.Bacteria

2.Monera

3.Euglena

4.Mycoplasma


Question: Which phylum has a true coelom?

1.Cnidaria

2.Mollusca

3.Porifera

4.Annelida


Question: Who proposed artificial system of classification

1.John Ray

2.Linnaeus

3.Lamarck

4.Wallace


Question: Who wrote the book Systema Naturae?

1.Lamarck

2.Darwin

3.Wallace

4.Linnaeus


Question: ______ is not an example of a cnidarian?

1.Coral

2.Flatworm

3.Jellyfish

4.Hydra


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