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1. Binomial nomenciature was introduced by:
A. Aristotle
B. Carlous Linnaeus
C. John Ray
D. E.Haeckel

2. Cells secreting spongin are:
A. Spongioblasts
B. Choanocytes
C. Pinacocytes
D. Thesocytes

3. Reproductive stage of Obelia Is:
A. Medusa
B. Polyp
C. Zooid
D. Corals

4. How many suckers are found in Taenia?
A. 2
B. 5
C. 4
D. 6

5. The first group of triploblastic and true coelomate animals is:
A. Annelida
B. Platyhelminthes
C. Aschelminthes
D. Arthropoda

6. Excretory organs of Arthropoda is:
A. Malpighian tubule
B. Green Glands
C. Coxal Glands
D. All of the above.

7. The members of honey bees recognize each other by:
A. Dance
B. Touch
C. Vision
D. Smell

8. The blood of Mollusca contains:
A. Copper
B. Iron
C. Magnesium
D. Potassium

9. The most primitive Mollusc is:
A. Teredo
B. Neomenia
C. Neopilina
D. Chaetoderma

10. Which of the following is not applicable to echinoderms?
A. Triploblastic
B. Oral and aboral surfaces
C. Cephalisation
D. Deuterosomes

11. All Protochordates are:
A. Terresterial
B. Freshwater
C. Marine
D. Amphibious

12. Amniota includes:
A. Pisces and Amphibia
B. Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
C. Amphibia and Reptiles
D. Birds and Mammals

13. Catadromous fish migrates from:
A. River to sea
B. Sea to river
C. River to estuary
D. Estuary to sea

14. Pisces are the:
A. Largest class of vertebrates
B. Smallest class of vertebrates
C. First group of vertebrates
D. First group of Amniotes

15. Amphibians originated during the:
A. Ordovician period of the paleazoic era
B. Devonian period of the paleazoic era
C. Carboniferous period of the paleazoic era
D. Mesozoic era

16. Which one of these is a simple reflex:
A. Closing of eyes when an object suddenly approaches them
B. Climbing stairs in dark
C. Watering of mouth at the sight of delicious food
D. Tying laces while talking or looking at another person

17. The birds’ bones are:
A. Solid, having bone marrow
B. Pneumatic, having bone marrow
C. Pneumatic, & without bone marrow
D. Solid, & with bone marrow

18. Which of the following statements is correct?
A. All mammals are oviparous
B. All mammals are omnivorous
C. All mammals possess dorsal tubular nerve cord –
D. All mammals possess ventral nerve cord

19. Hormones are of:
A. Proteinaceous nature
B. Steroidal nature
C. Amino acid derivative
D. All of the above

20. Blood pressure is controlled by:
A. Corpus luteum
B. Cortisol
C. Insulin
D. Adrenal

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21. If Parathyroid gland is removed, it will result in:
A. Myxoedema
B. Disturbance in calcium levels
C. Increase in blood pressure
D. Disturbance in metabolic rate

22. The hormone responsible for Implantation of embryo is:
A. Progesterone
B. Oxytocin
C. Estrogen
D. Oxytocin & Relaxin

23. Which of the following hormones is not regulated by the anterior pituitary:
A. Estrogen
B. Cortisol
C. Thyroxine
D. Glucagon

24. The only known animal without pleural space is:
A. Rhinoceros
B. Hippopotamuses
C. Monotrernes
D. Elephants

25. The most efficient lungs are found in:
A. Mammals
B. Birds
C. Reptiles
D. Amphibians

26. Biological equilibrium is shown by:
A. Abiotic factors, Consumers & Decomposers
B. Producers, Consumers& Decomposers
C. Consumers & Decomposers
D. Producers & decomposers

27. The first Marine Biosphere Reserve established in India is:
A. Sunderbans Biosphere Reserve
B. Similipal Biosphere Reserve
C. Gulf of Munar Biosphere Reserve
D. Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve

28. A Biodiversity Hot Spot is a region with a high level of:
A. Endemic species
B. Rare species
C. Threatened species
D. All of the above

29. Which one of the following is responsible for survival of higher animals?
A. Instinct
B. Learning
C. Body Changes
D. A combination of all the above

30. Which of the following animals produce sound of both higher frequency (audible to humans) as well as sound of lower frequencies (not audible to humans):
A. Echidna
B. Opossum
C. Elephant
D. Tiger

31. Chemically Lac contains:
A. Lac, Resin & Wax
B. Lac, Resin & Lactose
C. Albuminous matter & Dyes
D. All of the above

32. The father of modern apiculture is:
A. Amos Root
B. Jan Dzierzon
C. Moses Quinby
D. May Berenbaun

33. The amount of yolk in egg determines:
A. Type of eggs
B. Blastulation
C. Gastrulation
D. All of the above

34. In Protostomia, blastopore becomes mouth except in:
A. Echinoderms OT
B. Hemichordata
C. Echinoderms & Hemichordata
D. Mollousca & Echinoderms

35. The Chi-square test of Independence is used for:
A. One variable
B. Two variables
C. More than two variables
D. All of the above

36. Mean, Median, Mode of 4,6, and 5 will be:
A. 5,5 and 5
B. 5, 6 & 0
C. 5, 6 & No Mode
D. 5, 6 & 3

37. Ribosomes are sites of which reaction:
A. Respiration
B. Photosynthesis
C. Protein synthesis
D. Fat synthesis

38. A Fluorescent microscope is used
A. For Increasing resolving power
B. For obtaining X-Ray diffraction pattern of DNA
C. To study cell & their components in a living state
D. To localise cell structure with fluorochrome dyes.

39. Which Dye is used to stain chromosomes:
A. Acetocarmine
B. Haematoxylin
C. Feulgen
D. All of the above

40. How is the sex of offspring determined in Humans:
A. Sex Chromosome of mother
B. Size of Ovum
C. Size of sperm
D. Sex Chromosome of father

41. The connecting link between Reptiles and Birds is:
A. Dimetrodon
B. Dodo
C. Archaeopteryx
D. Sphenodon

42. Human evolution originated in:
A. Africa
B. Java
C. France
D. China

43. The correct order of glucose metabolism is:
A. Fermentation —Krebs cycle —Electron transport chain
B. Glycolysis — Cori cycle — Krebs cycle — Electron transport chain
C. Glycolysis —+ Krebs cycle — Oxidative phosphorylation
D. Cori cycle — Glycolysis — Krebs cycle — Oxidative phosphorylation

44. Folate occurs naturally in:
A. Poultry, beans and legumes
B. Wheat barn & other whole grains
C. Pork, shell fish & dark green leafy vegetables
D. All of the above

45. The tracheal rings in humans are:
A. L- Shaped
B. S- Shaped
C. C- Shaped
D. V- Shaped

46. The part of alimentary canal, most sensitive to damage caused by radiation and anticancer drugs is:
A. Gall Bladder
B. Crypts of Liberkhun
C. Gastric Glands
D. Salivary Glands

47. Genetically originated bacteria are being used in commercial production of:
A. Melatonin
B. Testosterone
C. Human Insulin
D. Thyroxine

48. Termination codons for Protein Synthesis are:

49. The number of genetic disorders in human beings is:
A. 300
B. 3000
C. 100
D. 150