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Q.1: Which of the following has no central nervous system ?

  1. Hydra
  2. Man
  3. Planaria
  4. Cockroach

A

Q.2: The only group of algae having no flagellated motile cells at any stage is-------- ?

  1. Chrysophyta
  2. Phaeophyta
  3. Pyrrophyta
  4. Rhodophyta

D

Q.3: Who discovered the bacteria causing tuberculosis and also developed various techniques of media preparation and maintenance of pure culture----------- ?

  1. Robert Koch
  2. Louis Pasteur
  3. Alexander Fleming
  4. Leeuwenhoek

D

Q.4: Kingdom protista includes-------------phyla ?

  1. 27
  2. 28
  3. 26
  4. 29

A

Q.5: Golden algae are also known as--------- ?

  1. Chrysophyta
  2. Phaeophyta
  3. Pyrrophyta
  4. Rhodophyta

A

Q.6: Acromegaly is caused due to oversecretion of----------- ?

  1. STH
  2. TSH
  3. ACTH
  4. Thyroxin

D

Q.7: Number of pairs of cranial nerves is-------- ?

  1. 10
  2. 11
  3. 12
  4. 13

C

Q.8: The only group of algae having no flagellated motile cells at any stage is-------- ?

  1. Chrysophyta
  2. Phaeophyta
  3. Pyrrophyta
  4. Rhodophyta

D

Q.9: The word Archaeobacteria (a division of bacteria) derived from Greek means-------- ?

  1. True bacteria
  2. False bacteria
  3. Recent bacteria
  4. Ancient bacteria

D

Q.10: Most dinoflagellates are---------- ?

  1. Unicellular
  2. Multicellular
  3. Both of these
  4. Zooflagellates

A

Q.11: Complex specialized flagellates living symbiotically in the gut of termites are--------- ?

  1. Trichonymphas
  2. Trypanosoma
  3. Euglena
  4. Radiolarians

A

Q.12: All of the following are similarities between nervous and endocrine system except-------- ?

  1. Produce chemical messengers
  2. Release chemical messengers in extracellular space
  3. Homestatic in function
  4. Having slow but prolonged effects

D

Q.13: Chalk is gradually formed of dead----------- ?

  1. Actinopods
  2. Foraminiferans
  3. Apicomplexans
  4. Radiolarians

B

Q.14: The word Archaeobacteria (a division of bacteria) derived from Greek means--------- ?

  1. True bacteria
  2. False bacteria
  3. Recent bacteria
  4. Ancient bacteria

D

Q.15: Which of the following is antagonist to Auxin in terms of promotion of stem growth------ ?

  1. Gibberellins
  2. Cytokinins
  3. Abscisic Acid
  4. none of these.

C

Q.16: Type of sensations carried by nociceptors are---------- ?

  1. Touch.
  2. Temperature.
  3. Pressure.
  4. Pain

D

Q.17: Maize is an example of-------- ?

  1. Monocot
  2. Dicot
  3. Gymnosperms
  4. none of these

A

Q.18: Which of the following tracheophytes are leafless ?

  1. Psilopsida
  2. Lycopsida
  3. Sphenopsida
  4. Prteropsida

A

Q.19: The size of Spirochete is--------- ?

  1. 0.1 -600 um
  2. 100-200 nm
  3. 500 um
  4. 0.75-1.25 um

C

Q.20: The first bacterium isolated was------- ?

  1. Coccus
  2. Bacillus
  3. Vibrio
  4. Spirochete

B